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If the Spirit Moves You

The Denver Post - - FEATURES - By An­drea Carla Michaels and Pete Muller, Edited By Will Shortz

ACROSS

1 Five Nor­we­gian

kings

6 Nighty-night wear 9 Bird bills 13 Fancy-schmancy 17 Bot­toms

19 O.K., in Ok­i­nawa 20 First name in court­room fic­tion 21 Bee-fit­ting? 23 Over­come an em­bar­rass­ment

25 Carolina ____

26 Kind of ques­tion 27 Med. school subject 28 Tra­di­tional Chi­nese

forces

30 Male duck

31 Au­thor Anaïs

32 ROFL al­ter­na­tive 33 Palm piece

34 Pol­ish rolls

35 Get off at Grand

Cen­tral, say

37 Like most things in “Ri­p­ley’s Believe It or Not!”

38 Bring home the

ba­con

39 Nary ____

40 Make brighter, as a

fad­ing tat­too 41 Muf­flers and such 45 “Any­hoo,” e.g. 47 Ar­chi­tect Gehry 48 “Thanks ____ God!” 49 One chal­lenged by a

sen­try

50 Cou­turier Cassini 51 U.S. re­bel­lion leader

of 1841–42 52 Al­ter­na­tive to wind 54 Rhett But­ler’s fi­nal

two words

56 Like some think­ing 58 “My ____” (1979 hit by the Knack) Nail-pol­ish brand Places to get looped As a joke

Dried (off) “Hid­den Fig­ures” ac­tor

72 One of 16 works by

Brahms

73 Roasted: Sp.

74 Slept with, bib­li­cally 76 Kvetch

77 “____ Just Seen a

Face” (Bea­tles tune) 78 DVD but­ton 60 61 64 67 68 79

81 82

85 86 87 88 89 92

95 96 97 98

99 101

102 103

104 106 107

108

109 110

111 112 113 1 2

3 4

5 6 7

8 9 ____ an in­de­pen­dent (es­chewed the party la­bel)

Geneva and Beirut “Miss Julie” opera com­poser, 1965 19th-cen­tury French land­scapist Weis­shorn and oth­ers “Be­owulf” and oth­ers

Bot­tle for oil or vine­gar

Ex­cuse for not turn­ing in home­work Nurs­ery-rhyme des­ti­na­tion

Er­satz

Quar­rel (with) Singer Difranco Ac­tor Gillen of “Game of Thrones” What you should do “if symp­toms per­sist”

Artist who de­signed cos­tumes for “Ben­hur” Two­somes 12.01, for car­bon: Abbr. Ig­no­rant

Hang Fifth-cen­tury pope known as “the Great”

Son of, in Ara­bic names Com­pany lover? Cap­tain von Trapp’s be­trothed

Met so­prano Berger Cpl., e.g. Cap­tain Nemo’s cre­ator

DOWN

Ashore Ac­tress Kazan of “My Big Fat Greek Wed­ding” Rea­sons to say yes Word be­fore Cong or Minh

Mis­ter, in New Delhi 45 player Res­i­dent of Ta­tooine in “Star Wars”

It’s Ir­ish for “We Our­selves” Orange av­enue in Mo­nop­oly 10

11 12

13 14 15 16

18 22 24

29

32 34

36 Pick­ing up a quart of milk, say Recipe di­rec­tion Hong Kong’s Hang ____ In­dex

Nice thing to hit Hav­ing an ef­fect Rope fiber

It might ab­sorb a blow Frus­trate Dis­cour­ag­ing words Go­rilla watcher Fossey

“It’s on me!” ... or a hint to this puz­zle’s cir­cled let­ters Ship­ping route Scott of “Joanie Loves Chachi” Partly edited ver­sion of a movie 37 38 40

41 42 43

44 45 46

47 48

51 53 54 55 57

59 Erodes Bedaz­zles El­e­men­tary school trio, briefly Ac­tor Reeves “____ first ...” Gold rush city of 1899 Boomers’ offspring Plant

Bush or Clin­ton, col­le­giately Oral tra­di­tion Fly-fisher’s line joiner

French no­ble­man Shield bor­der Whizzes Bunny chasers? 1970s TV cool dude, with “the” Rushed 62 63

64 65 66 69 70 71 75 78 80 81 83 84 85 86 88 89 “Life Ac­cord­ing ____” (Emmy-win­ning doc­u­men­tary) Pai ____ (Chi­nese gam­bling game) “Vic­tory!” Place to pray Ran off

Aw­ful idea No longer fast? Hosp. staffers D.C. ath­lete Whizzes Dealer’s query Span­ish bloom Over­hauls

Area far from port Za­greb’s coun­try Old-style warn­ing Mull over Ap­ple de­but of 2001 90 91

92 93

94 95

96 99

100

101 105 Sum­mer po­si­tion for a col­lege stu­dent Stereo­typ­i­cal Dead­head wear

Put into words Con­cen­tra­tion, to a Bri­tish chemist As good as it gets Lose steam, with “out”

Kind of pad Pres­i­dents’ Day event

“Mad Money” net­work As­suage Western ____ (col­lege course, in­for­mally)

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