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The Denver Post - - FEATURES - By Paul Coul­ter; Edited by Rich Nor­ris and Joyce Nichols Lewis

ACROSS

1 Make out

5 Bar­ley brew

8 Swedish cin­e­matog­ra­pher Nykvist 12 Candy mogul Harry 17 Brazil­ian berry 18 Sub­ject for a bar

dis­cus­sion

19 Pew’s place

20 Cer­tain Ukrainian 22 Chant by lum­ber­yard work­ers dur­ing a lock­out?

25 Brunch cock­tails 26 Scene of sworn state­ments

27 Fin­ish sec­ond 28 Gothic ar­chi­tec­ture

fea­ture

30 You can dig it

31 Chop off

33 “Be __”: “Help me

out here”

34 Like real es­tate moguls

35 Hit hard

37 Citi Field short­stop or

sec­ond base­man? 43 WWII org. that froze

food costs

44 Ring spot, maybe 46 Old Nair com­peti­tor 47 “Man­hat­tan” Os­car

nom­i­nee Hem­ing­way 48 Hound

49 Anti: Abbr. 50 Ad­ver­saries 52 Ad­vi­sories

53 Timid FBI agent? 56 Bev­er­age with a

lizard logo

60 Moore of “G.I. Jane” 61 Pen

62 Oft-quoted auth.? 64 Fall lead-in 66 Cana­dian cap­i­tal? 67 Bunch of cat­tle read­ing menus?

72 Lith., once

74 To be, in Tours

75 It may be raised at a

party

76 Ac­cus­tomed (to) 79 Jack of “Rio Lobo” 81 Nar­cis­sus’ love

83 One evok­ing yawns

on an Alaskan is­land? 85 Chi­nese tem­ple 88 90 91 92 93

95 96 97

101 104

105 106 107 110 111 113

117 119

122 123 124

125 126 127 128 129 Bring down

Flue residue Church kitchen server Hunk

Bri­tish sub­ma­chine gun

ER per­son­nel

Crib sheet user Help when it’s time to give up? Hid­den Sar­ducci in early “SNL” skits Pas­toral plaints Iowa cam­pus En­tre­pre­neur’s deg. Like Chee­rios Pays to play “Tran­scen­den­tal” Liszt piece

Place with care Pro­vide with sur­fac­ing ma­te­rial, as a pool par­lor? Foun­tain treats Shel­tered at sea Base­ball rally killers, briefly

Hang loosely Counter seat

Lays down the lawn ’60s rad­i­cal gp. Di­rec­tion in Du­rango

DOWN

1 “The Lion King” lion 2 Earth Day subj. 3 Prom­i­nent an­gle 4 Cap­i­tal of Rwanda 5 Ring mas­ter?

6 Spot for a bulb 7 Young fe­male sheep 8 Ve­hi­cle with cater­pil­lar treads

9 Heal­ing aid patented

in 1872

10 Ac­tress Men­des 11 His­toric Lon­don

pri­son

12 Like some sum­mer

school classes 13 Spa­niard’s “that” 14 “Happy Mo­tor­ing”

com­pany

15 Moselle trib­u­tary 16 Bay State motto

opener

20 Old card game named for the Span­ish for “man” 21 23 24

29 32 35

36 38 39 40 41 42 43

45 Fix

Horse race pace Where small an­i­mals may be picked up Eight, in Essen Bug­bear

Hall of Fame pitcher War­ren

Puff, no­tably Capone neme­sis 1856 Stowe novel Bee­line

“I can help” Dins­more of kid lit First word of “The Raven” “Buffy” airer af­ter The WB 49

50 51

54 55 57 58 59 63

65

68 69

70 Rock band known for quirky, vi­ral videos Aro­matic herb Car­bon monox­ide’s lack

Wheels Lais­sez-__ Al­ter­na­tive Stig­ma­tize Evian, e.g. Ja­panese com­puter gi­ant

Pe­riod of the first di­nosaurs

Sci-fi sta­ples Sto­ry­telling pseu­do­nym Pharaoh’s sym­bol 71 72 73

77 78 80 82 84

86 87 89 93 94

95 Essence Flower part English glam rock­ers since the ’70s Di­a­mond flaw Bad im­pres­sion? Alpes sight Gui­tar line

“At Seven­teen” singer Ja­nis

Slash

Soften

With sus­tained force Pro or con

1992 pres­i­den­tial also-ran Paul Tends to a lawn’s bare spot xworded­i­tor@aol.com; ©2017 Tri­bune Me­dia Ser­vices Inc. An­swer Above 98 99 100 102 103 107 108

109

112 114 115 116

118 120 121 Po­si­tions

1598 edict city Like the Pope: Abbr. Carol

Ir­ri­tate

Come to­gether Cham­pagne des­ig­na­tion

New Yorker car­toon­ist Pe­ter

Bay Area cop gp. Roswell sight­ings Chow­der­head Agatha con­tem­po­rary

Big deal “El­do­rado” rock gp. Dou­ble curve

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