CROSS­WORD

EPICENTERS

USA TODAY US Edition - - MONEY - BY Gail Grabowski

ACROSS

1 Like some in­ac­cu­rate clocks 5 Me­di­a­tor’s skill 9 Den­tal care brand 14 James who sang “At Last” 15 Let­ter be­tween Delta and Fox­trot 16 Not clearly stated 17 Level or bevel 18 Com­mon street name 19 Gives off 20 Or­chard ma­chine 23 Big name in jeans 24 Hav­ing a bug 25 “Draw me” chal­lenge 27 Known in ad­vance 32 Vol­cano fea­ture 33 Cropped up 34 Side dish cooked in a sea­soned broth 39 Cpl., e.g. 40 Ar­gue, as a court case 41 Solid yel­low bil­liard ball 42 Mo­nop­oly to­ken or Parcheesi pawn 45 St­ingray kin 47 “Push-up” gar­ment 48 Leave de­fense­less 50 Mix, as mu­si­cal in­flu­ences 54 Quar­ter­back sacker, per­haps 55 “Just as I suspected!” 56 Sub­ject of an FBI warn­ing on a DVD 62 Year-end temp 64 Veg­ging out 65 Coin in cir­cu­la­tion since 2002 66 “Rain­bow” fish 67 Like top sir­loin, typ­i­cally 68 Part of a wall frame 69 Drill in­struc­tor, in­for­mally 70 Hour­glass filler 71 Fizzy drink

DOWN

1 Cheese in a Greek omelet 2 At the sum­mit of 3 “Not so fast!” 4 Counts, as votes 5 Ma­sonic Lodge’s meet­ing place 6 Trendy berry in smooth­ies 7 Trendy, as cloth­ing 8 Big name in toy trucks 9 Leave 50 per­cent, say 10 Fig. on a PC spec sheet 11 Like Cirque du Soleil per­form­ers 12 Min­strels’ in­stru­ments 13 At­tack from all sides 21 “You’re some­thing ___!” 22 Threw wide, say 26 Tex­ter’s “Didn’t need to know that” 27 Snake’s hol­low tooth 28 Preda­tor of seals 29 Part of a Clue board 30 Who­dunit writer who cre­ated Perry 31 Dorothy Gale, to Em 35 Bat­tle of Nor­mandy city 36 Over the time limit 37 Texas Hold ’em fee 38 Dare­devil’s ap­par­ent lack 40 Saloon in­stru­ment 43 Flow back 44 Go­rilla or lemur 45 Nail sa­lon of­fer­ing, briefly 46 “Bond girl” Ur­sula 49 Be con­tin­gent (on) 50 IMDb.com listings 51 Plan­ta­tion fam­ily of fic­tion 52 Lord’s home 53 Pan­dora’s box­ful 57 Re­sult of brain­storm­ing 58 Dis­tinc­tive flair 59 Repo man’s seizure 60 Ick y buildup 61 “Star Wars” series sage 63 Har­bor craft

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