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The Denver Post - - LIFE & CULTURE -

ACROSS

1 Church lead­ers 1 Sa­vor, as a drink 6 Takes down a peg 12 Je t’aime : French ::

____ : Span­ish 17 Sell at a dis­count,

say 19 Fe­male toon with a

“dollink” Boris 21 Grack­les and grebes 23 PP 25 At­tic 26 Hor­ror fran­chise

be­gin­ning in 2004 27 Last­ing for years and

years 28 Dirt- road haz­ards 30 Melee 31 Street of film fame 32 You might take it out

for a drive 33 Court, for short 35 Pile of stones used to

mark a trail 36 DD 39 First an­tibac­te­rial

soap brand 40 “Oh, please, that’s

enough” 42 De­ri­sive sounds 43 Abbr. in many air­port

names 44 Ju­bi­lant 45 Por­trait on Chi­nese

ren­minbi bills 46 AA 48 Ex­tra bed, maybe 51 Bad thing on a record 53 The Jedi and the Sith,

e.g. 54 “Thurs­day Night

Foot­ball” airer 55 Alaska tourist at­trac

tion 57 Di­rec­tor of 2015’s

“Chi-Raq” 58 Cap­i­tal with the

Norsk Folke­mu­seum 60 Travel info source,

for short 61 Lon­don cathe­dral 62 Vol­un­teer’s re­sponse 64 WW 68 His­toric Ger­man ad­mi­ral Max­i­m­il­ian von ____ 69 Fizzy drink 71 Michael of “Satur­day

Night Live” 72 Cry to a husky 74 “When I was a ____

…” 75 Riot op­por­tunist 76 Lo­cale for cran­ber­ries 77 Very much 79 Uni­form 81 See 114-Across 82 OO 85 Hodges who man­aged the Mets to a World Se­ries ti­tle 86 Lit­tle Ras­cals boy 88 Tolkien tree crea

tures 89 Mars fea­tures, mis

tak­enly 92 Be­fud­dling 94 Peeps heard by Bo

Peep 95 ZZ 97 When re­peated, a

Yale fight song 98 Play­wright Clifford 100 “How ____!” 101 Mod­ern TV fea­ture,

for short 102 Hazy mem­ory 103 Grps. with the motto “Ev­ery child. One voice” 104 Con­quest of 1953 107 Susan of “The Par

tridge Fam­ily” 108 Si­las in “The Da Vinci

Code,” no­tably 110 NN 113 Dances at the Tropi

cana Club 114 Santa Claus por

trayer in 81-Across 115 Greet from be­hind

the wheel 116 Wither­spoon of

“Legally Blonde” 117 Shot put and long

jump 118 “Auld Lang Syne”

and oth­ers

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1 Fig­ured (out) 2 Has an in­spi­ra­tion 3 Agri­cul­tural fig­ure in “The Can­ter­bury Tales” 4 Al­ley ____ 5 Pep Boys com­peti­tor 6 Whites, in­for­mally 7 Strips shortly af­ter get­ting up in the morn­ing? 8 Rate ____ (be per

fect) 9 Spicy fruit bev­er­age of­ten used as a te­quila chaser 10 Cor­ner­stone abbr. 11 Singer Crow 12 Iden­ti­fies in a Face

book photo 13 A Perón 14 Soaring cost? 15 RR 16 Like ma­cho push- ups 18 Ex­plore deeply 20 Calla lily fam­ily 22 “Gypsy” com­poser 24 Techies, stereo­typi

cally 29 Gas­less car 34 Java or­der that packs

less of a punch 35 What Brits call “red

sauce” 37 Ma­jor-____ 38 Muse for D. H. Law

rence 39 Some lab sam­ples 41 As­sets for food crit­ics 43 Put away 44 An­napo­lis grad. 46 It comes be­fore one 47 Build­ing beam 49 Susan who wrote

“The Orchid Thief” 50 Hit with a stun gun 51 “Chill out, will you” 52 FF 53 Wig out 56 Dorm V.I.P.s 57 Durable stock­ing fab

ric 59 Like court­room wit

nesses 60 Floor 61 X- rated ma­te­rial 63 D.C. ath­lete 65 Pest- con­trol brand 66 Sar­cas­tic “Won­der

ful” 67 Tori of pop/rock 70 Sym­bol of Mid­dle

Amer­ica 73 Big name in 35-Down 76 Gaudy wrap 77 In­dus­tri­ous work­ers 78 Some TVs and smart

phones 80 The Im­paler 83 Fort Knox valu­able 84 To some de­gree 85 Be­holds 87 It’s heard at a hear

ing 89 West Pointer 90 Op­po­site of an early

adopter 91 Morn­ing- run time,

maybe 92 Arafat’s suc­ces­sor as

Pales­tinian pres­i­dent 93 Bud­get al­ter­na­tive 94 Next to 95 Peers in a box 96 Meet­ings ar­ranged through Ash­ley Madi­son 99 He­len Mir­ren, e.g. 100 Like an alarm clock,

night af­ter night 103 It may be struck on a

runway 105 ____ di­a­gram 106 ’ Vette choice 109 “N.Y. State of Mind”

rap­per 111 ____ sys­tem (lux­ury

car op­tion, briefly) 112 Ro­mance

Release date 01/03/2016. An­swer Be­low

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