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1 Top 5 Wears 10 Pi­o­neer in com­puter chess 13 Chan­nel set­ting on many air­port TVS 16 Gets cheeky with? 18 Act on a sud­den itch to be hitched 19 Fit for ser­vice 20 It may be seeded 21 Even (with) 22 Roger who bat­tled 13-Across 23 Ut­ter 25 Cut, Paste and Print 27 De­gree in math? 28 Moun­tain ____ 29 Copse makeup 30 Ti­tle char­ac­ter in a 1943 French novella [6] 35 Zap 37 Ped­a­gogic org. 39 Vote for 40 Pa­cific cap­i­tal 41 N.F.L.’S Jaguars, on score­boards 42 Sugar suf­fix 43 1990 Literature No­belist Oc­tavio ____ 44 Toner-car­tridge con­tents 46 Is from an­cient Rome? 47 The Big Pineap­ple [4] 50 Rhyme scheme end­ing a vil­lanelle 52 French word be­tween two sur­names 53 Intl. com­merce grp. 54 Banded gem­stones 55 Bert who sang “If I Only Had the Nerve” 57 Poor Peo­ple’s Cam­paign or­ga­nizer, for short 59 Fre­quent Bosch set­ting 60 Cap­i­tal ac­cu­mu­la­tion 61 Dance craze of the 2010s 63 “____ and an­i­mals are free” (party slo­gan in “1984”) 65 “____ Mine” (Ge­orge Har­ri­son book) 66 Like some lawyers’ work [4] 67 Mu­si­cal tal­ent 68 Car­tog­ra­pher 71 Try to sink one’s teeth into 72 Cheap cook­ing im­ple­ment 76 Like, for­ever 77 Steely Dan’s best-sell­ing al­bum 78 Naval non­coms 80 E’er­last­ing 81 ____ one-eighty 82 Bleep­ing govern­ment org.? 84 Tro­phy fig­ure 86 “Why are you look­ing at me?” [4] 88 Where It. is 89 In­verse trig func­tion 91 Agcy. that over­saw plants 92 Ones “from Mars” 93 Inits. in some par­lors 94 Amer­i­can-born Jor­da­nian queen 95 “Shoo!” 98 Org. be­hind the Hu­man Genome Project 99 Lewis ____, 1848 Demo­cratic can­di­date for pres­i­dent 100 11th-cen­tury cam­paign [4] 103 Put in stitches 105 Like the Salt Lake Bees base­ball team 106 Dec­o­ra­tion for an R.A.F. pi­lot 107 “Will you let me have a taste?” 112 Cloth­ing as­so­ci­ated with Hil­lary Clin­ton 115 “Same here” 116 Like many pools and high­ways 117 Co­op­er­a­tion 118 They be­gin trad­ing, for short 119 Frank­in­cense, e.g. 120 Singer of a fa­mous bath-time song 121 Crooked 122 Barack Obama’s mother 123 Sturm und ____ 124 Gar­ner

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1 Like some ra­dios 2 “Born Sinner” rap­per J. ____ 3 17,000+-foot peak near the Equa­tor [4] 4 Guar­an­tee 5 Make air­tight, in a way [4] 6 Oth­ers of an­cient Rome? 7 Band mem­ber’s time to shine 8 In pub­lic 9 Mon­ster’s moniker 10 Healthy [4] 11 “Don’t ____ hero!” 12 Night­shade fam­ily mem­ber [5] 13 Prized pos­ses­sion [5] 14 Home of the Gal­latin Sch. of In­di­vid­u­al­ized Study 15 Take home 17 Unit around one foot? 19 Spend­ing 23 Mich. neigh­bor 24 Mater ____ 26 One do­ing rou­tine of­fice work, in­for­mally [5] 31 “Wasn’t that fan­tas­tic?!” 32 Long 33 Move to pro­tect the king, say 34 Praises highly 35 At all, in di­alect 36 Me.-to-fla. route 38 Color of el mar 45 Butt 48 Flow­ers na­tive to damp woods 49 “Please, I’ll han­dle it” 50 To­tally Lol-wor­thy 51 Dave of jazz [4] 56 Supermodel Lima 58 Cer­tain fire sign 59 Like the Greek god Pan 62 Flip out 63 One lead­ing the ex­er­cises, for short? [4] 64 Singer Bon­nie 66 Sand­wich inits. 68 Hav­ing as in­gre­di­ents 69 Guinea-pig rel­a­tive 70 Fruity spirit [6] 73 Vain, tem­per­a­men­tal sort [7] 74 Long range 75 Bright lights 77 Band mem­ber’s main squeeze? [4] 79 ____ song 82 1940 Dis­ney re­lease [3] 83 Swamp swim­mer 85 Woman who took a “roll in ze hay” in “Young Franken­stein” 87 Pulling off bank jobs [5] 90 Teddy Roo­sevelt tar­gets 96 Much-swiped item 97 Short trailer 99 Bor­gia who was an il­le­git­i­mate son of Pope Alexan­der VI 101 Took a breather 102 Mes­sage from the ma­rooned 104 Noah of “ER” 108 Grp. with a mis­sion 109 “Sure, sign me up!” 110 Pre­de­ces­sor of Rabin 111 What’s lost in “Par­adise Lost” 112 Rab­bit’s foot 113 It’s in­spired 114 Orig­i­nal “Veron­ica Mars” chan­nel

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