The New York Times

No. 0820

Santa Fe New Mexican - - TIME OUT -

ACROSS

1 Fin­ish­ing touches, of a sort 7 Bases make up a part of it

14 Dr. Evil’s lit­tle clone in the “Austin Pow­ers” films 15 Dainty din­ing dec­o­ra­tions 16 *An old wed­ding dress might have this

18 & 19 Hereto­fore 20 See 3-Down 21 Root in Poly­ne­sian cui­sine 23 Cus­tom auto ac­ces­sories 25 First name in jazz 29 *“Er … um …” 32 Rel­a­tives of vi­o­las 35 “So cool!” 36 Kitchen brand 37 Car­rier of sleep­ing sick­ness 40 Mens ___ (le­gal term) 41 Pinches pen­nies 43 “Why ___ thou prom­ise such a beau­teous day”: Shak. 45 *Mickey’s ri­val for Min­nie’s af­fec­tion 48 Su­per’s apart­ment, of­ten 49 Mul­tivol­ume ref. works 50 Dis­grun­tled 54 ___ cit. (foot­note abbr.)

56 “So ___ heard” 58 It can be bro­ken, but not fixed 59 Clas­sic young adult novel … or hint to the path taken by four let­ters in the an­swers to the starred clues 64 Cure-all 65 Longhorn ri­val 66 Hy­po­thet­i­cal so­lar sys­tem body be­yond Nep­tune 67 White-barked trees

DOWN

1 “All good here” 2 Pop­u­lar Oldsmo­bile model of the 1980s-’90s 3 With 20-Across, bal­ance reg­u­la­tor 4 Tiny beef

5 Feds

6 Ti­tle with a tilde 7 “Get a room!” elic­i­tor, for short 8 Ring-shaped cut­ters at­tached to drills 9 Hindu god of de­struc­tion 10 Some reds 11 Lan­guish 12 Ro­ma­nia’s cur­rency 13 -speak 17 Dip­stick 22 Ser­e­nader on a pea-green boat, in rhyme

24 Beef, e.g.

26 “The ___: Gen­er­a­tion Q,” se­quel se­ries start­ing in 2019 27 Shiny fab­rics 28 “Please, have ___” 30 Re­quest that’s risky if you’re over 18? 31 Must-haves 32 Pink al­co­holic drink, fa­mil­iarly 33 For­mer in­mate 34 Peter of “20,000 Leagues Un­der the Sea”

38 It’s got teeth 39 Salinger ti­tle girl 42 Pop­u­lar salad dress­ing

44 -y, plu­ral­ized

46 Jon Ar­buckle’s dog 47 Is­suance from an Amer­i­can em­bassy 51 QB pro­tec­tors, in­for­mally 52 Dish served with a spoon and chop­sticks

53 Big pitch­ers 55 A while ago 57 Grand­son of Adam and Eve 59 Col­lege ___ (some­thing that might in­clude an SAT score) 60 Com­mer­cial lead-in to mart 61 Ba­sic bio sub­ject 62 Loosey-goosey 63 One-up

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