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The Denver Post - - FEATURES - By Patrick Berry, Edited By Will Shortz

ACROSS

1 “Cease!” on the seas 6 “What non­sense!” 9 Walk on the edge? 13 Lu­mi­nary

17 Clubs with strobes 19 Hiero­glyphic bird 21 ____ O’s (choco­laty

ce­real brand) 22 Asian ter­ri­tory in the game Risk

Roll out Sail­ing ves­sels that Cap’n Crunch might com­man­deer? 27 Cuzco builders 29 Tetris piece

30 Test­ing times 31 Heav­ily ar­mored ves­sels get­ting mar­ried? Smelter in­put Whiskey dis­tiller’s sup­ply

“The plot thick­ens!” Candy in col­lectible con­tain­ers 39 Mideast monar­chy 43 Num­bers on right­hand pages Re­sells ruth­lessly Speaker on a car’s dash Pol­ished

Fruit men­tioned in the “Odyssey” Equal

Ac­tor Stephen Split, e.g.

Kids’ game in which small ves­sels at­tack each other?

Rio maker Flood sur­vivor ____ Gold, chief of staff on “The Good Wife” 62 Of­ten-quoted chair­man

A large amount Fish­ing ves­sel that can pull only half a net be­hind it? 70 Bruce of “The Hate­ful Eight” 71 Mes­sen­ger ____ 72 Rare craps roll 73 In­ca­pac­i­tate, in a

way 23 24 35 36

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6 7 8 9 Growth ring? Recre­ational ves­sel that’s never left the har­bor?

1997 ac­tion film set on a plane

X amount

Isaac New­ton, e.g. Brings up

Bad at one’s job

P, to Pythago­ras Re­volver, in Roar­ing Twen­ties slang Use scis­sors on Governess at Thorn­field Berke­ley in­sti­tu­tion, briefly

In place of

It brings peo­ple to­gether

No. of in­ter­est to some re­cruiters Lux­ury ves­sel with a pair of decks, both of which need swab­bing? Malodor­ous mam­mal

A&M ath­lete Matisse who painted “La Danse” Cargo ves­sel full of ipads?

Mown strips “Game of Thrones,” e.g. Black­ens Sta­ple of Shinto rit­u­als

Sec­ond story? Rub out

Not need­ing a cane, maybe Dead­head’s hits? Fool­ish

DOWN

Kick in Strug­gle Am­bi­tiously sought Non­in­va­sive med­i­cal pro­ce­dures Flash­light : U.S. :: ____ : U.K. Con­se­quen­tial Ad­dis ____ Look­out point “You Send Me” singer, 1957 10 11

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34 Cof­fee holder Works on as a cob­bler might Lib­er­tar­ian pun­dit Neal

Head hon­cho

It may end on a high note

D.C.’S Na­tional ____ Chicago-based fra­ter­nal or­der Mez­za­nine ac­cess They hang around the rain for­est Re­turn from a trip to the Alps? Pharma watch­dog Surveil­lance aid Coat in a cote

Fire Long­time re­tailer hurt by Ama­zon Cov­er­age provider? 40 41

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55 56

57 58 63

64 Femme’s ti­tle Choice for an on­line gamer

Star of “Kin­sey,” 2004

Is down­right ter­ri­ble Ac­tress Téa Beauty

Un­der goer? Biath­letes do it Un­cre­ative cre­ation Form­ing spi­ral pat­terns

Holy Week fol­lower ____ State (Alabama’s nick­name) Mea­sure of pu­rity Cheer with an ac­cent “____: A Love Story” (1998 Ge­orge Burns book)

Like soubise sauce 65

67 68 69

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77

78 79

80 81 82 83 88 90 91 Coat of arms el­e­ment

Flock fe­male Vogue or Elle Ehrich ____ a.k.a. Hou­dini

Chops up Ele­phant ____ (pas­try)

It may help re­move a curse

Hold an as­sem­bly Re­vival move­ment pre­fix

Not main­stream Belly­acher Quits, in­for­mally Non­sen­si­cal talk Prep for a match Di­lap­i­dated dwelling Man­han­dles, with “up” 92

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104 105 106 107 108 112 113 115 116 Like the Gem­ini flights

Way out Wares at fairs “Around the World in 80 Days” pro­tag­o­nist Non­per­ma­nent sculp­ture medium Flower with rays Vichys­soise vegeta­bles

Sin­gle

Dialect of Ara­bic En­try ticket Irides­cent stone Women’s Open org. Go astray Roulette bet Cool, in the ’40s Rogu­ish

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