L.A. TIMES SUN­DAY PUZ­ZLE

The Washington Post Sunday - - DIVERSIONS - EDITED BY RICH NOR­RIS AND JOYCE NI­CHOLS LEWIS

“SUB­TLY SEA­SONED” By PANCHO HAR­RI­SON

ACROSS

1 Bam­bi­nos 5 Ka­put 9 Work­out set 13 Emer­gency 18 Plug­ging away 19 Show im­pa­tience 20 Go off 22 End of __ 23 Poem ti­tle fol­low­ing “Gin a body meet a body” 26 Three-star mil. of­fi­cer 27 Nancy Drew se­ries au­thor 28 Hawk’s home 29 Read care­fully (over) 31 Like many Ariz. res­i­dents 32 Re­tained 34 Brahms and Clara Schu­mann, by most ac­counts 37 Film noir hat 40 Un­der­ground sys­tems 41 In­dian au­thor San­tha Rama __ 42 What may re­place you? 43 Gp. with arms 45 MS. en­clo­sures 47 Op­ti­mistic 51 Paid in­for­mants 56 No longer used 58 Re­place­able tire part 59 Privy to 60 Early U.S.’s North­west __ 62 One with con­vic­tions 63 Oil source 65 Chop­per 67 Modernists, for short 69 Pose 70 Ax­ioms 75 Yank’s foe 78 Sticky sit­u­a­tion 79 Madre’s her­mana 80 House-warm­ing buys 84 Film with a sa­loon 87 Brood 89 Ac­tress Ku­nis 91 Fel­low “I can’t be torn apart from,” in a 1964 #1 hit 92 Mona Lisa, e.g. 94 Di­eti­tian’s rec­om­men­da­tions 97 GM nav­i­ga­tion sys­tem 98 Give off 100 Re­tired NBA big­man Ming 101 Sol­stice mo. 102 Fla­menco shout 103 1987 Beatty / Hoff­man flop 106 De­mands it 109 Hos­pi­tal emer­gency units 114 Gil­lette Mach3 pre­de­ces­sor 115 One who’d like to for­get, maybe 116 Take­out 117 Lured (in) 119 Earthy pig­ment 123 Mideast rul­ing fam­ily name 125 In dan­ger of be­ing towed 128 Cheap cigar 129 Com­pany name that aptly be­gins with a pe­ri­odic ta­ble sym­bol 130 It meant noth­ing to Ravel 131 De­scrip­tive dance 132 Re­ally pushes 133 Lester’s blue­grass part­ner 134 Head set? 135 Mem­phis mid­dle name

DOWN

1 Epit­ome of sharp­ness 2 Platte River peo­ple 3 What’s up at the end of an exam? 4 Snock­ered 5 Droop-nosed flier 6 Cym­bals with a foot pedal 7 Brute 8 1912 Olympic le­gend 9 Prac­tice lines 10 Be­fore, po­et­i­cally 11 Goal 12 Watch us­ing bugs 13 Good buddy 14 Need­ing as­sis­tance, maybe 15 More than half of Is­rael 16 Whence Icarus fled 17 Poker hold­ings 21 Garr of “Young Franken­stein” 24 __-do-well 25 Pin­ball prob­lem 30 Tan shades 33 Stab­bing feel­ing 35 Wed­ding re­cep­tion high­light 36 __ lux­ury 37 Type­face choices 38 Di­ciem­bre fol­lower 39 1944 loser to FDR 40 “Death in Venice” au­thor 44 Put back into the com­pany, as prof­its 46 More painful 48 Congers 49 French pos­ses­sive 50 Clear­ing house? 52 “A Tiger Walks” star 53 Ye­meni sea­port 54 Sand­pa­per de­scrip­tor 55 “What You Need” rock­ers 57 Hul­la­baloo 61 In­volve 64 Draw a beadon, with “at” 66 Chow down 68 Fr. holy woman 71 First name in skin care 72 An­dean cap­i­tal 73 Found­ing mem­ber of pro soccer’s Wash­ing­ton Free­dom 74 Eye sore 75 “__Cop” 76 Bring in 77 A/C units 81 “Zounds!” 82 Makes a ju­di­cial de­ci­sion 83 Food ser­vice gi­ant 85 Ret­inue 86 King­dom 88 Bridge an­ces­tor 90 Space travel meas. 93 Spring for lunch, say 95 Oth­er­worldly 96 Roy­als man­ager Ned 99 One of the Balearic Is­lands 104 Stepped (on) 105 Seek am­bi­tiously 107 Cut __: dance, in old slang 108 Stein­way com­peti­tor 109 Pan, in film­dom 110 Im­paired from dis­use 111 Leg­endary fab­u­list 112 Night­club of song 113 The same, in Paris 114 Holmes ad­ver­sary Irene 118 Di­rec­tor Kazan 120 Run to­gether 121 El­iza’s greet­ing 122 House Speaker af­ter Boehner 124 Pre­fix with func­tional 126 Yellow Sea penin­sula: Abbr. 127 Nav. rank

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5/28/17

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