New York Times Sun­day Cross­word

Ini­tial Turn

The Denver Post - - ARTS & CULTURE - No.0124; By Fran­cis Heaney and Brendan Em­mett Quigley, Edited By Will Shortz

ACROSS

1 Home of Gar­den State Plaza, one of the largest shop­ping cen­ters in the U.S. 8 One stay­ing in a lot? 11 Green­ish blue 15 High in calo­ries 19 The Rebels 20 Org. with suits and

cases 21 Rights grp. 22 Mo­rales of “Crim­i­nal

Minds” 23 Two things on Ron­ald

Rea­gan’s mind? 25 Cousin of pow! or

wham! 26 One in your cor­ner 27 Re­ally small 28 Ne­go­ti­a­tion fail­ure 30 “We’ll tell you what soda we’re serv­ing later”? 32 Brute work­ing on the Hu­man Genome Pro­ject? 35 1900s, e.g.: Abbr. 37 20-Across mem­bers:

Abbr. 38 Com­pletely 39 Like 42 Tuna that’s of­ten

served seared 44 Planted 47 Rhein re­jec­tion 48 Soggy com­puter

brain? 50 H&R Block em­ploy

ee’s bi­ceps? 52 Up­beat 53 Re­nais­sance-fair

in­stru­ments 54 Harts­field-Jack­son

air­port code 55 “Game of Thrones”

ac­tress Dormer 57 Bleed (through) 59 ____ speak 60 Theodore who di­rected “St. Vin­cent,” 2014 62 Re­fuses to set­tle? 63 One­time Ira­nian

leader 65 Origami Black­Berry,

e.g.? 68 Amus­ing base­ball

scor­ing play? 74 Boehner’s suc­ces­sor 75 Weight 76 In­gre­di­ent in a Span

ish omelet 77 “With­out ____” (1990 live Grate­ful Dead al­bum) 80 Place of con­trol 83 Last king of Spain

be­fore Juan Car­los 86 Tourette’s symp­tom 87 “Friend­ship is like ____, eas­ier made than kept”: Sa­muel But­ler 89 Nar­row- minded

views 91 Drink in an old Pon

tiac? 93 “An A/C mea­sure? Are you kid­ding me?”? 95 Pa­tri­otic men’s org. 96 Crafty e-tailer 97 Scot­tish John 98 Qual­ity of beef 99 Ba­sic vo­cab­u­lary level in Com­mon Core pro­grams 101 Place for plugs 103 VW head? 104 Sign in a restau­rant that doesn’t serve white bread? 108 Chef who ex­plains in de­tail how sausages are made? 110 Star em­ployee 113 Now, in No­gales 114 Hat-tip­ping word 115 Open­ing in a sched

ule 117 Fi­nan­cial- aid plan for

a school in Provo? 120 Get the pot started 121 Bird with a two

pointed tail 122 Rule of crime? 123 “The Si­lence of the

Lambs” hero­ine 124 “Bill ____ His­tory of the United States” (1894 hu­mor book) 125 Ar­cade gi­ant 126 Vis­i­bly em­bar­rassed 127 Not an orig­i­nal

DOWN

1 Asked 2 John of the Plym

outh Colony 3 Royal in un pala­cio 4 Pil­ing up 5 Quo­rum for Jewish

wor­ship 6 EUR com­peti­tor 7 Tax ID 8 One that might

reach a tip­ping point 9 Open­ing of a kid’s

song 10 Coun­try singer Collin 11 Bounces around a

restau­rant 12 Pre­fix with ter­ror­ism

or tourism 13 Loads 14 Lower back pain 15 Flinch, say 16 Stands by 17 Daily sched­ule for

film­ing 18 “Hello there” 24 Bil­liard player’s cal

cu­la­tion 29 Mal­func­tion 31 Play­wright Fu­gard 33 One mak­ing a U

turn? 34 Most wanted 36 Free, as bank­ing 39 More sore 40 Se­cret col­lec­tors 41 Tur­moil 43 “That ____ last year” 44 Rogue 45 Chose, with “for” 46 When dou­bled, a Wash­ing­ton city, county or river 49 Ac­tress El­iza of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” 51 Make one 52 Lead 56 Crea­ture formed

from Me­dusa’s blood 58 Fol­lower of up­silon 61 Strengths 64 Sound of ster­nuta

tion 66 Oom-____ (polka

rhythm) 67 Weak­ness 68 Pony Ex­press rid­ers,

e.g. 69 Pals 4 life 70 “What was ____

do?” 71 “____ Go” (hit song

from “Frozen”) 72 Pandora’s box con

tents 73 Trainer in “Creed” 75 Ac­claims 77 Both: Pre­fix 78 Fewer 79 Not mum­ble 81 Fête des Lu­mières

city 82 View from the Gulf of

Cata­nia 84 Marsh of mys­tery 85 Toss around 88 Mello ____ (soft

drink) 90 Poseur 92 “Cabaret” song with

a Ger­man ti­tle 94 Shares on Tum­blr,

say 95 Com­mer­cial pre­fix

with foam 100 Greatly en­joy, as a

joke 102 Max­ima 104 Tied up 105 Smith who wrote “The Hun­dred and One Dalmatians” 106 Writer Jong 107 Like busi­nesses on

Yelp 108 Tax-fraud de­tec­tor,

in­for­mally 109 Artist Paul 111 Con­struc­tion piece 112 New­cas­tle’s river 116 URL end­ing 118 Big A.T.M. maker 119 The Browns, on a

ticker

Re­lease date 01/31/2016. An­swer Below

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