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ACROSS

1 Relieves

9 “You ____!”

15 Noted brand once owned by a utopian colony in Iowa 20 Theodore, for one 21 Dis­play no tal­ent for 22 Like boots 23 Dead­li­ness

24 Make lots of peo­ple

stop in their tracks? 26 Heart­beat

27 Bite stop­per

29 When Juno Beach

was at­tacked

30 Herb in ab­sinthe 31 Be watch­fully ev­er­p­re­sent

34 Flub

36 Ob­tain through trick­ery

37 Roughly equal 39 “Austin Pow­ers: The Spy Who Shagged Me,” e.g. 40 De­mand­ing

41 One of the singing

Car­pen­ters 42 Un­nec­es­sary ex­tras that don’t cost much?

44 One may be cir­cu­lar 47 Neigh­bor of Turkey 48 Did some farm work 49 Sharp

50 Lu­gosi of film fame 51 Cry of Pon­tius Pi­late 53 Com­pany be­hind the Fal­con 9 launch ve­hi­cle 56 Grad-stu­dent headaches

57 An­cient Greek ves­sel 59 Di­a­mond stat 60 Moun­tain in the logo of Yere­van State Univer­sity 61 Sweet­heart, in slang 63 Brother who’s a

crim­i­nal?

67 Sub­ject of the photo

“Guer­rillero Heroico” 68 Trem­bling, say 70 Friend of Huck 71 Hec­tic scram­ble 73 Cir­rus clouds, e.g. 74 King of the Ti­tans, in

Greek leg­end 77 Movie star­ring Michael J. Fox as a ly­can­thrope 80 French-press al­ter­na­tive

81 Look ec­static 82 Neigh­bors

84 How Bilbo Bag­gins trav­eled 85 Cur­rency with notes in de­nom­i­na­tions of 1,000, 5,000 and 10,000

86 An­noy ac­tors Keaton and Crabbe? 89 Clog clearer

90 On again

91 Green 92 Scot­land’s ____ Is­lands 93 Doomed 96 So­prano Flem­ing 97 Cold treat eaten with a spoon 98 Strapped, say 99 ____ rel­a­tive 100 Boris Paster­nak hero­ine

102 Org. that might come pound­ing at the door

105 Safety worry? 108 Home to some fly­ing mon­keys

111 Heals

112 “Am I the only one think­ing this …?” 113 Hol­ly­wood res­i­dent, e.g.

114 Said “C-O-L-O-U-R,” e.g.

115 Kind of act­ing 116 Made fun of mer­ci­lessly

DOWN

1 Doesn’t just sit there 2 Flat, e.g.

3 With 44-Down, half­dozen real es­tate agents? 4 Long­time news inits. 5 “Break­ing Bad” chan­nel

6 One es­cort­ing 7 Log

8 Ter­rier named af­ter a Scot­tish is­land 9 Real pal, for short 10 Bit of jew­elry with a pen­dant 11 At­tached with a knot at the end

12 Not neb­u­lous 13 Neb­u­lous 14 Downed 15 Climbs

16 ____ sauce (mac­a­roni and cheese in­gre­di­ent) 17 Word af­ter sing or string

18 Post on a ban­is­ter 19 Per­plex

25 Off the beaten path 28 Plain dwelling? 32 Part of a con­cert that many peo­ple im­pa­tiently sit through 33 Mov­ing ve­hi­cle 35 Some in­fra­struc­ture 36 Name for a cat 37 De­pres­sion Era refugee

38 Stash hunter 39 He­brew name that means “his peace” 40 An­no­ta­tion on Santa’s list

42 About which you might ask, “One lump or two?” 43 Theme in “To Kill a Mockingbird” 44 See 3-Down 45 Name on the Saudi flag

46 Refuse

48 Not en­gaged

50 It has two cups 52 LP play­ers 54 Teaser 55 ____-Bakr (fa­ther-in­law of Muham­mad) 56 Like Mork

58 Put in a crypt 60 Aconcagua’s range 61 Like most Judd Apa­tow come­dies 62 In flames 64 One may be poly­atomic

65 Ripe

66 “Golden Boy” play­wright 69 Poké­mon Go, for one 72 Posh 74 Yogurt­like bev­er­age 75 Whole lot 76 “Gymnopédies” com­poser

78 Africa’s ____ Chad 79 James who wrote the best seller “A Mil­lion Lit­tle Pieces”

81 City next to Gulf­port 83 Cut at a slant 86 Selfish de­mand 87 Dis­cover

88 City on the Ital­ian Riviera

89 Sign of a hit 90 What jets may do midair

92 Word of­ten said to lack a rhyme 93 Con­tents of drives 94 Do bet­ter than 95 Mother-of-pearl 96 Size again 97 Can­did 99 Nas­daq al­ter­na­tive 101 “C’est la vie!” 103 Pa­le­on­tol­o­gist’s find 104 Polo brand

106 Cook who’s en­tre­pre­neur­ial

107 ____ talks

109 It might get your feet wet

110 Sta­dium cry

Re­leas eda t e07 /16/2017 . An­swer Be­low

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