Los Angeles Times Sun­day Crossword Up the River

The Denver Post - - LIFE & CULTURE - By Alan Olschwang; Edited by Rich Nor­ris and Joyce Ni­chols Lewis

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1 Back biter? 6 They’re rarely good dance part­ners 10 Worry word 14 Nut un­der a tree 19 Sher­lock’s ad­ver­sary Adler 20 Zero-star meal 21 Hard fin­ish? 22 Big fight 23 Words on the street? 24 Big Is­land port 25 Span­ish pro­noun 26 Win­dow treat­ment 27 Cargo unit 28 Len­non clas­sic cov­ered by Pen­ta­tonix 31 Like some ri­ots 33 Ab­surd 35 Aborted op­er­a­tion 36 Some­thing to learn 37 Wil­lamette Univer­sity home 39 “Enigma Vari­a­tions” com­poser 41 Scary biter 45 Coral Sea sight 48 More hard-up 50 Square dance mi­lieu 51 Turn 52 NBC week­end sta­ple 53 An­cient Ger­man 55 Fum­ing 56 Pol­ishes, as prose 58 Sup­port source 60 Job list­ing ltrs. 61 Bacon and eggs, say 62 Puts in or­der 64 Po­lice pro­tec­tor 66 Wood­work­ing sup­ply 68 Work­able wood 69 Firmly af­fixed 71 State with con­fi­dence 73 Span. ti­tle 76 Hast­ings hearth 77 De­serve 79 Tells 81 Hos­tile force 84 Carte­sian con­clu­sion 86 Volvo com­peti­tor 88 Freshen 89 Si­tarist Shankar 90 Like hiss or boom 92 Snappy dresser 94 Scan­di­na­vian cap­i­tal 95 Fic­tional wolf’s dis­guise 97 Em­ploy to ex­cess 99 Fish­er­man with pots 100 Al­go­nquian chief 101 Govt. is­sue 102 Ara­bian penin­sula cap­i­tal 104 In­fat­u­ate 106 In­tes­tine sec­tions 108 Plumed birds 112 Dr. Brown’s clas­sic 115 Ivy in Ithaca 117 Seek of­fice 118 Baby bug 119 Wed­ding re­cep­tion eye-catcher 121 Worked up 122 Spender of ri­als 124 French 101 in­fini­tive 125 “Power Hits” series record la­bel 126 Went off the deep end 127 Picked a ticket, per­haps 128 Board 129 Lowly worker 130 Christmas sym­bol 131 Lyri­cal po­etic form

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1 Peru­vian vol­cano El __ 2 Wrin­kle-re­sis­tant fiber 3 Cants 4 “Bar­bara __”: Beach Boys hit 5 Bri­tish ac­tor who played Algy Long­worth in 1930s Bull­dog Drum­mond movies 6 DOL watch­dog 7 Garage job 8 Book sheet 9 Freeloaded 10 Stu­pe­fied state 11 West­ern ac­tor who taught Harrison Ford how to use a bull­whip 12 More pre­ten­tious 13 Water­proofs, per­haps 14 Cyn­i­cal Bierce who defined “sweater” as “Gar­ment worn by child when its mother is feel­ing chilly” 15 “Ti­tanic” theme vo­cal­ist 16 Broad as­sort­ment 17 Bausch + Lomb brand 18 Rorem and Beatty 29 Qan­tas hub let­ters 30 Ter­tiary Pe­riod stones 32 __ Martin: Bond’s car 34 Like ital­ics 38 Mid­dle of din­ner? 40 Turn right 42 Capa at­tacker 43 Scand. land 44 Cir­cle’s lack 45 Gemini rocket stage 46 Some li­brary vol­umes 47 Caribbean sor­cery 49 Sor­bonne stu­dent 50 Noc­tur­nal tree dweller 54 True­heart of the comics 57 Prob­lem with a line 59 Turn over 61 Was per­fectly tai­lored 63 Glass com­po­nent 65 An­cient home of Ir­ish kings 67 Aca­demic spe­cialty 70 Sis­ter of Rachel 72 A lot more than a lit­tle mis­take 73 It may have a swivel top 74 Get to­gether with old class­mates, say 75 China __: showy bloom 76 Mem­o­rable line from Berlin’s “Cheek to Cheek” 78 Re­li­gious recluse 80 Un­paid bill 81 En­ergy bits 82 An­cient Ja­panese cap­i­tal 83 Brush fire op 85 Third James Bond novel 87 Samba rel­a­tive 90 Film­dom’s Thomp­son and Wat­son 91 1961 Lit­er­a­ture No­belist An­dric 93 Plant stud­ied by Men­del 96 Ham­let’s home­land 98 Puts in an­other roll of film 101 Up till now 103 First word in Dante’s “In­ferno” 105 Taunts 107 Grain bane 109 Sis­ter of Cal­liope 110 Not sharp or flat 111 Rather nasty 112 Storm har­bin­ger 113 Marsh bird 114 Name on the col­umn “At Wit’s End” 116 Hun­gar­ian city known for red wine 120 Sea­sonal worker? 123 Swif­fer WetJet, e.g.

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