New York Times Sun­day Cross­word

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The Denver Post - - LIFE & CULTURE - No. 0702; By Pa­trick Blindauer, Edited By Will Shortz

NOTE: When this puz­zle is done, read the let­ters along the shaded path to get an­other ex­am­ple of the theme. ACROSS

1 Ma­jor ten­ant of Rock­e­feller Cen­ter 6 “Young Franken­stein” role

10 The­ater drop

15 Nuke

18 CBS’S “Kate & ____” 19 Turner of “Pey­ton

Place”

20 Bad thing to bring

one’s fam­ily 21 Wealthy: Sp.

22 “With the Bea­tles” song writ­ten by Smokey Robin­son 26 In all se­ri­ous­ness 27 Gen ____

28 Em­u­lated the tor­toise and hare

29 One of seven in the

Book of Rev­e­la­tion 31 Ladies’ men, in older

us­age

33 Gulf state: Abbr. 36 Monastery head’s

ju­ris­dic­tion 39 Do­mes­ti­cate 43 In­ti­mate

47 Zom­bie or flam­ing

vol­cano

48 “Yuck!”

51 Part of U.N.L.V. 52 “Let’s go!” in Baja 53 Med­i­ta­tion leader 54 Al­tar ex­change 56 Bus. need that most lemon­ade stands don’t have

57 Some Ja­panese

watches

58 Big ____ (some sand­wiches)

59 Edgar in “King Lear,”

e.g.

60 It might help you get to Carnegie Hall, for short

61 Riga res­i­dent 62 Gar­den party? 63 Record-shop stock 64 Talk, talk, talk

65 “The Time Ma­chine”

race

67 Some­thing you might lose a lit­tle sleep over?: Abbr. 68 De­lany or Car­vey 69 Whop­per

70 Last He­brew let­ter 71 Cap­i­tal bombed in

1972 74 Grade-school subj. 75 Au­dio prob­lem 78 Har­ri­son’s suc­ces­sor 79 African an­te­lope 80 Mes­sage from the Red Cross, maybe 81 Cin­e­matic com­poser An­dré 84 Tri­umphant cry

85 Its state quar­ter has a light­house 86 Lux­u­ri­ant 87 Charge, in a way 88 Span­ish let­ter be­tween ka and eme 89 Piece org.? 90 Sil­ver­work city in south­ern Mex­ico 91 “Strangers and Broth­ers” nov­el­ist 92 Move quickly 94 1943 penny ma­te­rial 95 Mer­chan­dise: Abbr. 96 Struc­ture used in ex­treme sports 102 “An­ten­nae” 106 Raised a ruckus 108 1977 Warhol sub­ject 111 Film­maker Guy 116 “Re­volver” song that Paul Mccart­ney de­scribed as “an ode to pot”

119 They go in locks 120 An­cient 121 Footwear for a run 122 Like a good scout 123 Fifth qtrs. 124 Ré­sumé list­ing

125 It used to be made of lead

126 Les ____-Unis

DOWN

1 One side of a vote 2 Link stud­ied at An­ces­try.com 3 Co­terie

4 Part of an old-fash­ioned swing

5 Zigs or zags 6 Napoleon’s part­ner on “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” 7 “Won­der Woman” star ____ Gadot 8 Shade of black 9 Fury 10 One­time J.F.K. sight 11 1968 movie based on “Flow­ers for Al­ger­non” 12 Indy 500 win­ner Bobby

13 “____ roll!”

14 Blue

15 Penny, mostly 16 Zenith

17 “The Gold-bug” au­thor 21 Cer­tain tribute 23 Most watchful 24 Liv­ing thing 25 “____ & the Women” (2000 Alt­man film) 30 “Hey Jude” song that men­tions ev­ery day of the week but Satur­day 32 “Yikes!” 33 Solvers’ shouts 34 What T.S.A. Pre??helps peo­ple avoid? 35 “A Hard Day’s Night” song that Len­non called Mccart­ney’s “first ‘Yes­ter­day’” 37 Strongly worded at­tack 38 Pan­ther or puma 40 “With the Bea­tles” song play­ing in the E.R. when Len­non died

41 Tiki-bar cock­tail 42 Hou­dini feat 44 Ge­orge of “Star Trek” 45 Bunches

46 Try out

48 “Sgt. Pep­per’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” song whose ti­tle is fol­lowed by “where the rain gets in” 49 Twin Cities sub­urb 50 Sacro­sanct 55 Pommes frites sea­son­ing

59 Slowly fade away 65 Like names on tro­phies, often

66 “I can’t hear you!” 68 Ex­tra-spe­cial

71 End of a shift

72 Disc jockey Freed 73 Hair-raz­ing name? 75 Big­ger than big 76 Beans, e.g.

77 ____ teeth

80 The high­est form of flat­tery? 82 Tommy Hil­figer al­ter­na­tive

83 Old movie-the­ater lead-ins 90 Kitchen short­en­ing 93 “____ a wrap” 97 Latin 101 word 98 The­ater sec­tions 99 Lose it

100 ____ dish 101 Pas­toral poem 103 Came (from) 104 Pa­cific ____

105 Bob or weave 106 Lac­quer, e.g. 107 Con­tents of some en­velopes: Abbr. 109 Of­fi­cially go (for) 110 Black as night 112 Cir­cu­la­tory block 113 Slangy greet­ing 114 “____ first you don’t suc­ceed …” 115 Congers and morays 116 Melted mess 117 Olive ____

118 Cape Horn, for one

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