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“HUNGER GAMES” By PATTI VAROL

The Saratogian (Saratoga, NY) - - YOUR DAILY BREAK - Edited by Rich Nor­ris and Joyce Ni­chols Lewis

ACROSS

1 Comfy cover-up 7 Didn’t toss 11 Ele­men­tal vari­ant 18 Loosen, in a way 19 “Spare me your ex­cuses” 21 Spot for doo­dles 22 Land at Mex­ico City Air­port? 23 A hun­gry ac­tor might __ 25 Poi­son su­mac ex­po­sure risk 26 Non­stick cook­ware brand 28 “It mat­ters how you get there” app 29 Dol­lars for quar­ters 30 A hun­gry film critic might __ 34 Com­pote com­po­nent 36 Pol­ish lit­er­a­ture? 37 Ex­ile 39 Bird feeder food 43 “How you holdin’ up?” 46 “No __ done” 48 Sub­jects of the film “Black­fish” 50 Mu­sic-li­cens­ing org. 51 Not quite right 52 Some is changed reg­u­larly 53 A hun­gry lock­smith might __ 56 Pen­tagon ad­dress 57 Clever barb response 60 Loch with a mys­tery 61 Se­ri­ously ticked 62 Car­toon desert is­land sight 64 Passé 65 Spe­cial forces mis­sion 67 Com­peted us­ing blades 68 A hun­gry li­brar­ian might __ 73 Cherry-topped dish 76 Ven­er­a­ble English school 77 Dinghy need 78 “Thor: Rag­narok” ac­tor Idris 82 Live, TV-wise 83 Bou­quet bearer 85 Mar­i­ano Rivera, mem­o­rably 88 Al­ley in comics 89 A hun­gry jan­i­tor might __ 92 Shade 93 Curved plumb­ing piece 95 Call __ day 96 Mo­nop­oly buy 97 Somber no­tice 99 CafePress pur­chase 100 Comes to­gether 102 Kel­logg’s toaster pas­try 104 Philis­tine 105 Inched 107 A hun­gry banker might __ 113 Point of con­tention 116 Swear­ing or swear­ing-in words 118 Cookie grain 119 Mys­tique 120 A hun­gry an­gler might __ 124 Lanai fur­ni­ture ma­te­rial 126 “One man’s strug­gle to take it easy,” for “Fer­ris Bueller” 127 In­tim­i­dat­ing words 128 Pass­word pre­ceder 129 Poor rat­ing 130 Ac­tress Falco 131 Rea­son

DOWN

1 Mea­sure up 2 Singer Baker 3 14-time Gram­my­win­ning ban­joist Béla 4 North Carolina team 5 Un­like this ans. 6 One who picks up a lot 7 Mex­i­can painter Frida 8 Night be­fore 9 Chapel bench 10 Champ’s col­lec­tion 11 Trains 12 A be­hav­ioral sci. 13 Fer­rell’s “SNL” cheer­lead­ing part­ner 14 Guid­ing prin­ci­ples 15 Will­ing to listen 16 Auto store buy 17 “Grand” ice cream brand 19 Ponzi scheme, e.g. 20 Psalm pro­noun 24 Sin­cere at­tempts 27 Oft-chewed item 31 De­fi­ant response 32 TiVo pre­de­ces­sor 33 Foot that’s part of a me­ter 35 Four Cor­ners state 38 City on Lake Erie 40 WWII sub 41 Gush on stage 42 Wiped out 43 Ramadan ritual 44 Abu Dhabi dig­ni­tary 45 Name on Ir­ish euros 46 Veda reader 47 Re­sem­bling 49 Omega ri­val 52 Cap­i­tal north of Ber­lin 54 Like some bagels 55 Pond papa 58 Stopped at sea, with “to” 59 Chat­ters 63 Ter­rier on “Frasier” 66 Be­fore now 67 Fit to be tied 69 Word be­fore or af­ter “mother” 70 Out­come 71 Break­fast-on­the-run pickup 72 Re­ally feel the heat 73 Pulitzer-win­ning Fer­ber novel 74 Work to­gether 75 Present at birth 79 Ac­tress Petty of “Or­ange Is the New Black” 80 Tusked crit­ter 81 Cal. en­try 83 Naysayer’s weapon? 84 Highly skilled in 86 Of­ten-seared tuna 87 English Derby town 90 Last el­e­ment in Pan­dora’s box 91 Lawn-Boy par­ent com­pany 94 Men­ace 98 Tex­ter’s “Oh, and an­other thing ... ” 99 Ge­of­frey the Gi­raffe’s store 101 River rac­ers 103 Stick (to) 104 Carls­bad Cav­erns dweller 106 Bright again 108 White __ 109 Party spread 110 __-Grain: break­fast bar brand 111 Blue eyes, e.g. 112 Base­ball Hall of Famer Ko­ufax 113 Ra­tio phrase 114 Adult cygnet 115 Herb used in turkey dress­ing 117 E’en if 121 “Based __ true story” 122 Re­tire­ment spot 123 “Moon­light” Os­car win­ner Ma­her­shala __ 125 Com­par­i­son words

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