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ACROSS

1 Ex­iled leader

of 1979

5 Sing smoothly

10 I.R.S. ex­perts

14 Spot­ted ro­dent of

South Amer­ica

15 Zoo res­i­dent that

needs a big tank 16 River of Florence 17 And oth­ers,

for short

18 Fol­low­ing

19 Word ex­claimed with “Get” or “Too”

20 Slight sense that some­thing is se­ri­ously shady 23 Mi­nus

24 “Texas tea”

25 Court­room wear

… or con­cern

27 “Just do it” or

“I’m lovin’ it”

32 One who re­ally brings out the crowds

35 Broody rock genre 36 “Ye” fol­lower on

shoppe signs

37 Gene, the

singing cow­boy 38 Hit­ters’ stats

39 Take ad­van­tage of 40 Mil­i­tary unit as­sem­bled for sud­den at­tack

42 Gen­er­ous giv­ing 44 Mo­rales of

“Crim­i­nal Minds” 45 Jokester

46 De­pres­sion-era

mi­grant

48 Fight to the bit­ter end … or a hint to the starts of 20-, 32- and 40-Across 55 “Star Trek: T.N.G.”

char­ac­ter

56 Stay home

for sup­per

57 “Fine by me”

58 Un­wel­come

bit of mail

59 Pad­dle

60 Shake­spearean

king 61 Artist Warhol 62 Cit­rusy, e.g. 63 Ham­let,

for one

DOWN

1 Eject, as an­gry

words

2 “Thirty days ___

Septem­ber …”

3 An­tiox­i­dant-rich

berry

4 24,110 years, for

plu­to­nium 239

5 Bad state to be in 6 Gui­tar phrases

7 Chooses

8 Intl. group with two South Amer­i­can mem­bers and none in North Amer­ica 9 “When Harry Met Sally …” writer Ephron 10 Ex­er­cise on an el­lip­ti­cal ma­chine, in­for­mally

11 Mid­dle school

math class

12 An­noy­ingly

fo­cused

13 What as­tronomers call a day on Mars 21 Greek salad

topper

22 Florida State

ath­lete, slangily 25 Tor­tilla

chip dip

26 What the River Styx forms the bound­ary of 27 Ban­dleader

Shaw

28 Quaint dag­ger 29 Eye woe

30 ___ cu­riae (friends of the court)

31 Part of the body associated with sneez­ing, snif­fling and snor­ing

32 Aw­ful-smelling 33 Big mix­ing

con­tain­ers

34 “___ is not to

rea­son why”

38 Cop­per al­loy

used in jewelry 40 State flower

of Utah

41 Ire­land’s

Sinn ___ 43 An­noy­ing

critic

46 In the red

47 Broad­way’s

“___ Boots”

48 En­ter

49 Rap­per Kanye

50 Cal­i­for­nia’s

___ Val­ley

51 Su­per­hero

cre­ator Lee

52 Com­pany that was the first in the U.S. to air a TV ad with a gay cou­ple (1994)

53 In­dian flat­bread 54 Cir­cu­lar or

spi­ral mo­tion

55 Org. for which Mike Tyson twice held the heavy­weight ti­tle

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