L.A. TIMES SUN­DAY PUZ­ZLE

The Washington Post Sunday - - DIVERSIONS - “CE­REAL BOXES” By JOHN LAMPKIN EDITED BY RICH NOR­RIS AND JOYCE NI­CHOLS LEWIS

ACROSS

1 Hunk 5 Tor­tilla-wrapped

serv­ing 11 Hardly a

hay­maker 14 Pulled up a

chair 17 Whom Sam­wise ac­com­pa­nied to Riven­dell 18 Backspace key,

often 19 One who might err on the safe side? 20 __ dixit: as­ser­tion with­out proof 21 Add zing to 22 Ber­ate 23 “Heav­ens!” 25 *Lids for a fancy

box? 27 *Easy or­der for

a mixol­o­gist 29 Zing 30 Donizetti aria “Reg­nava __ silen­zio” 31 Bee bunch 33 Water­gate fig­ure with a ra­dio talk show 34 Ex­ude 36 Learn 37 Gi­ant __, world’s largest an­te­lope 39 *Cer­e­mo­ni­ous

chore­og­ra­phy 42 *Lothario’s

or­gan 46 Bearded

blos­som 47 G, in the key of

C 48 Ad­just, as a

chronome­ter 49 Tat mis­read­able

as WOW 50 Honey 52 Tweaks 56 “Is this some

kind of __?” 58 New Eng­land

cape 59 __ chi 61 Bit­ing 62 “Good-bye, cruel world!,” in Westerns 65 *Ring lead­ers 68 World­wide

an­ti­crime gp. 71 Rod’s part­ner 72 Au­thor

Deighton 73 Bench press

mus­cle 76 Ethel on “I Love

Lucy” 77 Pro­duce a steady stream of 80 Words with re­mem­ber or for­get 82 Bon __: Comet

ri­val 83 “__ the loneli­est

num­ber” 85 “Argo” org. 87 Fine __ 88 *Joe may come

from one 91 *Moved like a

crowd 95 Creasere­sis­tant fab­ric 96 Este­fan with

Gram­mys 98 Con­sider to be 99 Steel, e.g. 101 Form opener 102 Key prepo­si­tion 103 Boxer with feats

of Clay? 106 *Sig­nif­i­cant

other 110 Deep-rooted ... and what the un­cir­cled let­ters of the an­swers to starred clues are? 113 Rank peo­ple? 114 Swab’s assent 116 Blink of an eye 117 D.C. pros 118 Cleo’s un­do­ing 119 Fix, as a pump 120 For­mer Mid­west

ter­ri­to­rial cap­i­tal 121 Is for you 122 Steely __ 123 Air­borne

cam­era hold­ers 124 Many a

com­pe­ti­tion

DOWN

1 Bone to pick 2 Fic­tional turn-on 3 Smellysound­ing Ger­man river? 4 Wind­fall 5 Wild 6 Smell __ 7 Fugi­tive por­trayer be­fore Ford 8 Be­liever’s suf­fix 9 Pots, cups, etc. 10 Pre­fix with -pod 11 Han­dled

con­tain­ers 12 Ev­ery which

way 13 Fra­ter­nal ini­tials 14 Lead­foot 15 Syr­ian

pres­i­dent 16 Touchy 17 Bomb 20 Baseball unit with dis­tinct halves 24 Mu­si­cian with a

No­bel Prize 26 Bread butts 28 The Who

clas­sic 32 Fe­male in WWII 35 Boot from

power 36 Heav­enly

top­per 37 Orig­i­nal sin­ner 38 Fired up 39 Dex­ter’s wife in

“Dex­ter” 40 Metal that’s

pumped 41 __ ef­fect 43 Al­ter­nate ver­sion, in scores 44 Farm

con­nec­tion 45 ER part: Abbr. 48 Word with debt

or guilt 51 HBO ri­val 53 Beaver’s work 54 Vic­tim of hot

wings? 55 More classy 56 Bond or bond­ing fol­lower 57 De­light 60 Dada daddy? 63 “Un­cle” of old

TV 64 Flagon filler 65 Risk 66 Pep­tic prob­lem 67 Rain-__ gum 68 Ap­ple com­puter 69 Nau­tilus cap­tain 70 Like poi­son ivy 73 One who re­mem­bers old flames with fond­ness? 74 Shocked

ac­cu­sa­tion 75 Out­lay 78 Ac­tor Pat of

Bat­man films 79 NCAA’s Bru­ins 81 Broc­coli __ 83 LBJ’s an­tipoverty agcy. 84 “The Sound of

Mu­sic” ex­tra 86 Cal­cu­lat­ing

snake? 89 Leads, as a

band 90 “Fam­ily Ties”

mom 91 An­cient Ro­man

currency min­ter 92 Anger 93 Go-be­tween 94 Bub­bler 97 Gecko, for one 99 Dryer brand 100 Texas univer­sity in Beau­mont 102 Fairy tale

bad­dies 104 Café con __ 105 Thought 107 Cam­pus area 108 Heav­enly bear 109 “Mon­day Night Foot­ball” chan­nel 111 Shade of green 112 Hog­warts li­brar­ian __ Pince 115 That thing in

Ti­juana

An­swers to last week’s puz­zle be­low.

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