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The Denver Post - - LIFE & CULTURE - No. 1127; By Matt Gins­berg, Edited By Will Shortz

ACROSS

1 They of­ten have small ta­bles 6 Base men? 10 Jazzes (up) 14 “Back to the Fu­ture” an­tag­o­nist 18 Stars-and-stripes land, in­for­mally 19 Some Great Plains res­i­dents 20 Pos­si­ble des­ti­na­tion for un in­mi­grante, with “el” 22 Hero 23 In­fant + stray­ing = noted coach 25 Less po­lite + wildly un­con­ven­tional = epi­cen­ter 27 Eye part 28 New pop of 1924 30 Ap­proached apace 31 Pro 32 In Tahi­tian it means “good” 34 Ur­ban woe + squirms = pool ac­ces­sory 37 Un­tuned, say 40 Hal­ters? 42 Big Ten sch. 43 De­lay + do­dos = some com­pro­mises 46 Adorn bril­liantly 51 Birth­day girl’s wear 52 Pan­dora re­lease 53 Del ____ (fast-food chain) 55 Po­etic Muse 56 Spa, e.g. 58 Ne­vada gold-min­ing town 60 Re­main + “Hmm ...” = R&B great 62 ____ sea­son 64 Moved at a crawl 66 Sa­ha­ran 67 Let­ter at the end of three other let­ters 70 Bill pro­duc­ers + Western wear = info for events 74 Lisa, to Bart 75 Big name in root beer 77 Overindulged 78 Sushi go-with 80 Show, in­for­mally + African cap­i­tal = Ado­nis 82 So­cial worker? 85 Suck it up? 89 Some­one never seen in “Peanuts” 90 ____ Mi­nor 92 Yarn 94 Feu­dal lord 95 Mariners’ aids 97 Pasty + va­ca­tion ex­pense, maybe = hospi­tal spe­cialty 100 Court af­fir­ma­tion 101 Ra­dial al­ter­na­tive 102 Was ahead 103 See + um­brella al­ter­na­tive = warm­ing op­tion 108 Min­i­mal di­a­mond mar­gin 111 Lead-in to ma­niac 112 Santa ____ 113 Area to de­fend 115 “My Cup Run­neth Over” crooner 119 Re­gard­ing + un­der­coat = net­work with 303 sta­tions 122 Day of the month + suc­ceed = some recital pieces 124 Epps of “House” 125 Kind of chair 126 In years past 127 Ver­ti­cal 128 Makes it? 129 Pre­fix with byte 130 The time of Nick? 131 ____ Chris Steak House

DOWN

1 “Jinx” break­ers of 2016 2 “Hold on ____!” 3 Sta­ble ar­rival 4 Vi­o­lin­ist Zim­bal­ist 5 Negev na­tive 6 Eva­sive 7 Crooked 8 Ac­com­plished ev­ery­thing 9 Green of “The Ital­ian Job” 10 Direc­tor Lee 11 Cat that epit­o­mizes finick­i­ness 12 Many a char­ity tour­na­ment 13 Deeply of­fended 14 Hol­ly­wood, with “the” 15 Un­im­prov­able 16 The “F” in F = ma 17 Re­sults of icy breakups? 21 Fi­nally put an end to? 24 Mrs. Gor­bachev 26 Fol­lower of an Alaskan team 29 “The doc­tor ____” 33 Ac­tress Hatcher 35 Last part of the coun­try to re­port elec­tion re­sults 36 Keeps safe 37 Pulls (out of ) 38 Re­sell quickly 39 “____ not!” 41 Takes a chance 44 Sa­ha­ran 45 Curses 46 Re­call cause, maybe 47 Com­puter hookups 48 Chain that sells chains 49 Cheri for­merly of “S.N.L.” 50 “The High­way­man” poet 54 Some 57 Do pretty well grade­wise 59 Cur­rently air­ing 61 What germs may turn into 63 Squeal on 65 Rel­a­tives on the fa­ther’s side 67 Clas­sic Ice­landic lit­er­ary works 68 Time for una siesta 69 For two 71 Ca­booses 72 Some needle­work, in­for­mally? 73 Art 76 Carter/Brezh­nev agree­ment 79 Ab­so­lutely awe­some 81 Af­ter Rainier, high­est peak in the Pa­cific North­west 83 Is­land whose vol­canic erup­tion is ru­mored to have de­stroyed At­lantis 84 Sim­ple truth 86 Mend 87 Nasty sort 88 At­ten­tion, for some 91 Cap­i­tal where Robert Louis Steven­son died 93 Verb from which “suis” and “sommes” are con­ju­gated 96 Anony­mous 98 Heavy-metal band with 1980s hits 99 Correo ____ (for­eign mail stamp) 101 Car­rier 103 Move, as a plant 104 Old World lizard 105 Hulk Ho­gan trade­mark 106 Oc­to­ber op­tion 107 Coun­ter­part of “stand” 109 Milk con­tainer 110 Re­mote land in the Pa­cific 114 Fa­mil­iar with 116 Ren­dezvous 117 Im­press deeply 118 By­gone boomers, for short 120 Org. au­tho­rized by the 16th Amend­ment 121 Span­ish she-bear 123 Maiden-name pre­ceder

Re­lease date 12/04/2016. An­swer Be­low

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