L.A. TIMES SUN­DAY PUZ­ZLE

“PAST DUE” By PAUL COUL­TER

The Washington Post Sunday - - DIVERSIONS - EDITED BY RICH NOR­RIS AND JOYCEdNitICedHObyLSRLiEchWNISor­ris

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 Bring down 90 Flue residue 91 Church kitchen

server 92 Hunk 93 Bri­tish sub­ma­chine gun 95 ER per­son­nel 96 Crib sheet user 97 Help when it’s

time to give up? 101 Hid­den 104 Sar­ducci in

early “SNL” skits 105 Pas­toral plaints 106 Iowa cam­pus 107 En­tre­pre­neur’s

deg. 110 Like Chee­rios 111 Pays to play 113 “Tran­scen­den­tal”

Liszt piece 117 Place with care 119 Pro­vide with surfacing ma­te­rial, as a pool par­lor? 122 Foun­tain treats 123 Shel­tered at sea 124 Base­ball rally

killers, briefly 125 Hang loosely 126 Counter seat 127 Lays down the

lawn 128 ’60s rad­i­cal gp. 129 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 Fix 23 Horse race

pace 24 Where small an­i­mals may be picked up 29 Eight, in Essen 32 Bug­bear 35 Hall of Fame

pitcher War­ren 36 Puff, no­tably 38 Capone

neme­sis 39 1856 Stowe

novel 40 Bee­line 41 “I can help” 42 Dins­more of kid

lit 43 First word of

“The Raven” 45 “Buffy” airer

af­ter The WB 49 Rock band known for quirky, vi­ral videos 50 Aro­matic herb 51 Car­bon

monox­ide’s lack 54 Wheels 55 Lais­sez-__ 57 Al­ter­na­tive 58 Stig­ma­tize 59 Evian, e.g. 63 Ja­panese

com­puter gi­ant 65 Pe­riod of the

first di­nosaurs 68 Sci-fi sta­ples 69 Sto­ry­telling

pseu­do­nym 70 Pharaoh’s

sym­bol 71 Essence 72 Flower part 73 English glam rock­ers since the ’70s 77 Di­a­mond flaw 78 Bad

im­pres­sion? 80 Alpes sight 82 Gui­tar line 84 “At Seven­teen”

singer Ja­nis 86 Slash 87 Soften 89 With sus­tained

force 93 Pro or con 94 1992 pres­i­den­tial also-ran Paul 95 Tends to a lawn’s bare spot 98 Po­si­tions 99 1598 edict city 100 Like the Pope:

Abbr. 102 Carol 103 Ir­ri­tate 107 Come to­gether 108 Cham­pagne

des­ig­na­tion 109 New Yorker

car­toon­ist Pe­ter 112 Bay Area cop

gp. 114 Roswell

sight­ings 115 Chow­der­head 116 Agatha

con­tem­po­rary 118 Big deal 120 “El­do­rado” rock

gp. 121 Dou­ble curve

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