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The Denver Post - - TRAVEL - By C.C. Burnikel; Edited by Rich Nor­ris and Joyce Ni­chols Lewis

ACROSS

1 Mov­ing manga 6 Cel­e­bra­tory smoke 11 Cause of in­fla­tion? 15 Win­ter Palace ruler 19 “Hal­lelu­jah” song­writer Leonard 20 Mozart work

21 Sport in­volv­ing pro­tec­tive suits

22 Sch. pub­lish­ing the

Daily Bruin 23 Gath­er­ing of zom­bies?

25 Va­ca­tion in­clud­ing Caribbean dance lessons?

27 Cur­rency ex­change

ta­ble let­ters 28 Di­etary figs.

29 Goad

31 Faith­fully fol­low­ing 32 Awards orig­i­nally for

ra­dio only

34 Is strongly held, as a

be­lief

36 Long while

37 Burro bel­low 38 Chatty bird

39 Line in an Elling­ton

clas­sic

41 Com­pany with a

spokes­duck

43 South Amer­i­can

squeezer

45 Bun­dle up

47 Eye­lid mal­ady 50 Dump­ster il­lu­mi­na­tion

53 Case with a strict

time limit?

55 Screen door stuff 56 Ranch rope

58 Leader who re­signed

in his sixth yr. 59 Wings it, in jazz 60 Match­ing pair 61 Sub­due, in a way 62 City WSW of Bo­gotá 64 At­tor­ney gen­eral be­fore Dick Thorn­burgh

66 Wa­ter gate

67 Pricey mush­room 68 2015 Ver­i­zon pur­chase

69 “Ko­jak” ac­tor 73 Tin­sel­town pooch 74 Blighted ur­ban area 76 Com­monly in­jured knee lig­a­ment, briefly

79 “__ Like You”: Young Ras­cals hit 80 Bag­gage-open­ing org.

82 Ex­actly right 84 Har­bor sound 85 Semi driver’s su­per­sti­tion?

88 Bugs’ wealthy heir? 90 An­toinette’s head 91 Re­move force­fully 93 Ap­nea-treat­ing doc 94 Come in

95 Like some in­ter­views 97 Note at the of­fice 99 “And step on it!” 100 Sailor

102 Flipped be­fore serv­ing, per­haps 104 Gmail life­saver 108 Sa­fari run­ner? 110 Pub fun 111 Amer­i­can as­sign­ment 112 John in Wim­ble­don 113 Photo in­clud­ing six-pack abs? 115 Vo­cal tech­nique used at seders? 118 Theater sec­tion 119 Un­likely to bite 120 Ir­ri­tated 121 Kinder­garten re­frain 122 Slaugh­ter of the Cardinals

123 River of Flan­ders 124 Drops of sor­row 125 Risk taker

DOWN

1 Cause a ruckus

2 Like Thor

3 “It’s been fun”

4 Kings and bish­ops 5 Make grad­ual in­roads 6 Num­ber at a doc­tor’s

of­fice

7 “Count me out” 8 Lang. where all

nouns are cap­i­tal­ized 9 Ma­jor route 10 Fu­tur­is­tic arms 11 Cancún cash

12 “Time to start the

day!”

13 Brooks of com­edy 14 Heck­led

15 Sugar Plum Fairy’s

dress 16 Hours of­ten set by par­ents 17 O’con­nor suc­ces­sor 18 Knock at 24 Whirlpool 26 Plucked in­stru­ment, in Padua 30 Chews (on) 33 Hardly hum­ble 35 Hy­dro­car­bon gas 38 When dou­bled, fish of­ten grilled

40 Its an­them is “Hatik­vah”

41 De­vices with shielded key­pads

42 On the house 43 Slant 44 Myth­i­cal mon­ster 46 Na­tional Pe­can Month

48 Barks

49 Be­sides 51 Gua­naco cousin 52 Fi­esta fare 54 Marge Simpson or June Cleaver 57 Knave of Hearts’ loot 61 Score

63 Moved like a kan­ga­roo

65 Un­nerve

66 Dim 67 Auto-paint­ing fran­chise whose name re­verses three let­ters of a trans­mis­sion fran­chise 69 Mar­garita fla­vor­ing 70 Fever and shiv­er­ing 71 Quasi­modo’s cre­ator 72 Mark on a bass 74 Leave thun­der­struck 75 Go­ing around in cir­cles, say

76 Only state cap­i­tal with­out a Mcdon­ald’s 77 Road­work marker 78 Nearly six tril­lion mi. 81 Saint’s home 83 One may be crum­bled on a sun­dae 84 Al­ba­core and yel­lowfin

86 Sham 87 Harold’s movie pal 89 Lit

92 Radon de­tec­tion aid 96 Honky-__ 98 In­dian city known for its silk pro­duc­tion 99 Purim month 100 Pope, for one 101 Splash guard 103 Food pro­ces­sor? 104 Lead to a seat 105 Has to have 106 “Se­ri­ously!” 107 Sor­row

109 Slot ma­chine in­serts 114 Ex­hibits, as doubts 116 Ca­lypso off­shoot 117 Coastal in­let

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