The New York Times

Santa Fe New Mexican - - TIME OUT -

ACROSS

1 East Asia gam­bling lo­cale 6 Loses strength 11 Gro­cery chain inits. 14 Start of a di­eter’s brag 15 Like kryp­ton 16 Down for the count, for short 17 Deputy mar­shal at 62-Across 19 Close down 20 Ini­tial progress 21 Pey­ote 23 Track star with an apt name 25 Healing lo­tion 26 Un­easy sen­sa­tion 31 Wish­ful place? 33 Potato chip brand 34 Bring to­gether again 36 Cui­sine heavy in rice and spices 38 Kind of re­pub­lic 39 Toy in a crib 42 See 60-Down 44 De­tect 45 Be hot un­der the col­lar 47 San ___, Italy 49 Banks of Chicago 50 Broad­way backer 52 Pun­ish­ment that might fol­low a sum­mons 54 Earthy col­ors 56 Some fish bait 61 Club for swingers 62 See 28-Down … or a punny de­scrip­tion of this puz­zle’s cir­cled an­swers? 65 In the mode of 66 Silly sorts 67 It may be stolen on a movie set 68 Crunchy lunch or­der 69 Schindler of “Schindler’s List” 70 Pends

DOWN

1 Pre­fix with sum­mer 2 Gazil­lions 3 De­signer Chanel 4 Queens’s ___ Sta­dium 5 How­ever, in a tweet 6 Tall and sup­ple 7 Out of gear 8 Com­manded 9 Dis­ney­land trans­port 10 Ocu­lar woes 11 Out­law at 62-Across 12 Cheer be­fore “Beat Army!” 13 Con­fuses 18 Court setup? 22 Pri­vate, of­ten 24 “Ev­ery­one needs a lit­tle ___” (ca­ble chan­nel slo­gan) 26 Wall St. trader 27 Grant-mak­ing grp. 28 With 62-Across, renowned 1881 event that lasted about 30 sec­onds 29 An­gry boxer, e.g. 30 Base­ball’s Martinez 32 Lo­gan of “60 Min­utes” 35 Expo 37 Ac­tor Gyl­len­haal 40 Him, to Henri 41 Sai­son sur la Seine 43 Cool, in dated slang 44 Han­dle 45 Thick-trunked tree 46 Ready at any time 48 Cock­tail at brunch 51 Set loose 53 Bot­tom-of-let­ter abbr. 55 “___ Funny That Way” (clas­sic song) 57 Nibble (on) 58 Sea preda­tor 59 State bird of Ari­zona or South Carolina 60 With 42-Across, cool­ness of mind 63 Car­toon cry 64 Gui­tarist Paul

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.