New York Times Sun­day Crossword

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1 One of the blanks in the ce­real slo­gan “____ are for ____” 5 Tinker, for one, in

olden days 14 Cer­tain blade 19 Spread dirt, in a way 21 Leg­endary Egyp­tian

queen 22 Run off 23 Stick to­gether 24 Lib­eral-arts col­lege in

the Key­stone State 25 Like many a lot 26 Hood lead-in 28 Cater­pil­lar prod­uct 29 Dud 31 His­tor­i­cal pe­riod 32 One of Frank’s wives 33 Mem­ber of the cat

fam­ily 35 Fa­ther, fa­mil­iarly 36 Ja­panese auto make 38 Court con­cern 39 Big Aus­tralian ex­port 40 One of five on a starfish 42 Set of clubs in a bag 44 These could amount

to for­tunes 48 Dead fol­lower 50 Where to find

grooms 53 Vingt-____ (mul­ti­ple

de trois) 54 This does not fly 56 Ana­gram of the let­ters O-N-D 58 State with part of

I-81: Abbr. 60 What you might call

a dog 62 In­stru­ment for \an

an­gel 63 Cas­par, Mel­chior and

Balt­hazar, e.g. 65 Some­thing you can

do with flies 66 First name of an Os­car-nom­i­nated ac­tress of 1957 67 Time in ads 68 Square ____ 69 An­i­mal in an Ae­sop

fa­ble 70 White House sight 72 White House sight 75 An­i­mal in an Ae­sop

fa­ble 76 Square ____ 77 Time in ads 78 First name of an Os­car-nom­i­nated ac­tress of 1957 79 Some­thing you can

do with flies 81 Cas­par, Mel­chior and

Balt­hazar, e.g. 82 In­stru­ment for an

an­gel 83 What you might call

a dog 84 State with part of

I-81: Abbr. 85 Ana­gram of the let­ters O-N-D 86 This does not fly 87 Vingt-____ (mul­ti­ple

de trois) 89 Where to find

grooms 92 Dead fol­lower 94 These could amount

to for­tunes 98 Set of clubs in a bag 100 One of five on a starfish 102 Big Aus­tralian ex­port 103 Court con­cern 105 Ja­panese auto make 108 Fa­ther, fa­mil­iarly 110 Mem­ber of the cat

fam­ily 113 One of Frank’s wives 114 His­tor­i­cal pe­riod 115 Dud 117 Cater­pil­lar prod­uct 118 Hood lead-in 120 Like many a lot 122 Lib­eral-arts col­lege in the Key­stone State 125 Stick to­gether 126 Run off 127 Leg­endary Egyp­tian

queen 128 Spread dirt, in a way 129 Cer­tain blade 130 Tinker, for one, in

olden days 131 One of the blanks in the ce­real slo­gan “____ are for ____”

DOWN

1 Harry or Bess in the

White House 2 What many Os­car

speeches do 3 Ape 4 Home star of Cthulhu, in fan­tasy tales 5 1975 TV de­but,

briefly 6 Like a more-than-full

spoon­ful 7 Bar­rels ____ 8 Grim sort? 9 “____ Lit­tle Ten­der­ness” 10 Bus. card abbr. 11 Boxer’s re­ward 12 Old Ger­man ruler nick­named “the Short” 13 Face­fuls in slap­stick 14 Pub­lish anew 15 Suf­fix with schnozz 16 Slithy ones 17 The Marx Broth­ers

spent a night at one 18 V-shaped for­ti­fi­ca­tion 20 Skin diving lo­cale 27 Fix, as a pool cue 30 Car­bon com­pound 34 Some­thing to brush

off a jacket 35 In­gre­di­ent in an old­fash­ioned 37 Ex­ams re­quired for

some prep schools 41 “Stat!” 43 Part of a plant em­bryo that de­vel­ops into a root 45 To­gether 46 Re­move a la­bel from 47 One runs through the

mid­dle of Kansas City 49 Like Nor­ton soft­ware 51 Raise again, as a flag 52 Ve­hi­cle used for

groom­ing ski trails 55 Small song­bird 57 Very busy 59 Florida State ath­lete,

for short 60 Walks in rain boots,

say 61 En ____ (chess

ma­neu­ver) 62 Tried 64 “What’s this?!” 67 Feared 70 Black­smith’s tool 71 Nav. rank 72 End­ing with syn- or

ant73 Long­est bone in the

hu­man body 74 Thrown with force 80 Eats (at) 82 Lewd look 87 Month af­ter Av 88 Chemo tar­get 90 City that, de­spite its name, is smaller than Lit­tle Rock 91 Sole 93 Prat­tle 95 Like hand-me-downs 96 19,101-foot vol­cano next to Peru’s se­cond-largest city 97 Like Joan of Arc 99 Gone bad, in Bri­tain 101 “Lil­iom” play­wright

Ferenc ____ 104 Bets 105 Some­thing that stuns 106 Mar­ket­place of old 107 Com­mon strip- steak

weight: Abbr. 109 “____ saw a lit­tle bird …” (Mother Goose rhyme) 111 ____ Rica 112 Plains dwelling: Var. 116 The year 1601 117 Sher­lock Holmes

ac­ces­sory 119 Like dun­geons 121 Tokyo, once 123 ____-Tiki 124 D.C. player

Re­lease date 12/25/2016. An­swer Be­low

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