New York Times Sun­day Crossword

The Denver Post - - LIFE & CULTURE -

1 Kind of marker 8 Auto-shar­ing com­pany 14 Solid 20 At­tack 21 Harshly bright 22 Earn­ing a Pur­ple

Heart, say 23 ____ into a ma­jor

film star 25 7Up, in old ads, with

“the” 26 Vale 27 Sala­cious look 28 Sib­ling of He­lios and

Se­lene, in myth 30 Some­thing to shoot

with, briefly 31 “Phooey!” 34 ____ for just the

right film role 39 Many a suit has one,

for short 42 New em­ployee 43 “You think I won’t!” 44 Bio word 45 Ra­dius, for one 47 ____ Dog­gie of old

car­toons 48 Psychedelic ex­pe­ri­ence 52 ____ sev­eral film­mak­ing awards 54 Maker of busi­ness

jets 55 Spell­bound 56 Hy­brid cit­rus fruits 57 “The Lion King” vil­lain 59 Stick close to 60 Went af­ter 64 Some­thing that turns up when you snap your fin­gers? 65 Pay dirt 66 ____ a new film

adap­ta­tion 69 ____ two film stu­dios

against each other 71 ____ nova (mu­si­cal style of the late Mid­dle Ages) 72 Like busi­nesses on

Yelp 73 Land near a wharf 74 Org. with the magazine Amer­ica’s 1st Free­dom 75 Spell­bound 76 Leader who was Time’s 2007 Per­son of the Year 77 Italy’s Isola d’____ 81 “Ha! I was right!” 83 ____ for meatier film

roles 87 Brisk tempo 89 Cads 90 Like food 91 “De­spi­ca­ble Me”

su­pervil­lain 92 Ev­i­dence of a brawl 94 Bay­lor’s home 95 Sa­lon of­fer­ing 96 ____ the film deal 99 Gig­gled 101 Honey ____ Clus­ters

(break­fast ce­real) 102 Milne char­ac­ter 103 Java neigh­bor 104 Church re­cess 108 Too much, in mu­sic 111 ____ him­self as a

big-screen film star 117 “If you say so” 118 Strive 119 Ac­tions of en­vi­ron­men­tal ex­trem­ists 120 Stack­ing game 121 Pines 122 Con­fronts

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1 Lash 2 Lady’s man 3 Coun­try singer

Lovett 4 First African-Amer­i­can Dis­ney princess 5 Spike TV’s former

name 6 “____ be my honor” 7 Sun­bathing lo­cale 8 Jew­elry chain 9 Borodin’s prince 10 1993 ac­cord grp. 11 Sur­veil­lance de­vice 12 Mid­dle word in a

mall map phrase 13 Cash in 14 “Quiet down!” 15 Half a score 16 Story ____ 17 Im­mu­nity en­hancer 18 French city near the

Bel­gian bor­der 19 Mod­ern greet­ing 24 ____ noire 29 Stu­dent tak­ing Con­tracts, maybe 32 Vil­lagers the Grinch stole from in Dr. Seuss 33 Sur­round 34 Hog­warts groundskeeper 35 Na­tive New York­ers 36 Eco-friendly build­ing cer­ti­fi­ca­tion, for short 37 Run­ner-up’s amount

in an auc­tion 38 New York team 39 Goya sub­ject 40 Speak for one­self? 41 Some rounds 43 Set­tled a score old­style 46 Got go­ing 47 As­lant 49 Seafood or­der 50 Tem­per 51 Sum­moned, in a way 53 In bank­ruptcy 57 Michael ____, Brett

Hal­l­i­day de­tec­tive 58 Things to chew on 61 Aid for a big paint­ing

project 62 Naval con­flict 63 Put up 64 Strag­gles 66 De­cem­ber temp 67 Mor­ris who di­rected

“The Fog of War” 68 Like you wouldn’t

be­lieve 69 Gable part 70 Singer Marie 73 In line 76 Buzz, so to speak 78 Pride-pa­rade let­ters 79 Ac­tor Lu­gosi 80 Ye­men sea­port 82 Laura of “Blue Vel­vet” 83 Hindu hon­orifics 84 “A likely story!” 85 Tie (up) 86 West­ern tribe 88 1993 ac­cord city 93 “Yippee!” 94 “I’m wait­ing …?” 96 “Roger that” 97 Vast 98 Be­tray 99 “The Twi­light Zone”

episodes, e.g. 100 Poet who wrote, “In the mid­dle of the jour­ney of our life I came to my­self within a dark wood where the straight way was lost” 103 Cap­i­tal NW of Jungfrau 105 Some info hold­ers 106 ____ lily 107 De­pic­tion in Bosch’s “The Gar­den of Earthly De­lights” 109 ____ se 110 Tire mea­sure: Abbr. 112 Ben­e­fit 113 Un­wind­ing spot 114 Word be­fore and af­ter “yes,” in the Army 115 Home-ap­pli­ance

gi­ant 116 Swell

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