Univer­sal Crossword

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ACROSS

1 With a smooth de­liv­ery 5 Rot­ten grades 9 Alabama city 14 It may be cured 18 It’s all keyed up 19 Bi­b­li­cal mariner 20 Out-of-this-world be­ing 21 An ac­tive vol­cano 22 Dis­patch craft 23 Soloist plus a duo 24 Aure­lius or Antony, e.g. 25 Parts of cover-ups? 26 Three types of pie 29 Bossy out­put? 30 Ap­proach 31 Records 32 Short Yule­tides 34 Pied­mont re­gion 37 Draft choice 40 De­tach grad­u­ally 41 Witch fea­ture, stereo­typ­i­cally 42 Thick, mucky sub­stances 43 Pole on the ocean 44 P, in Greek 47 Ap­proves 49 Bit of per­sonal in­for­ma­tion 50 Bon ___ (wise­crack) 51 Mug kin 53 Col­la­gen in­jec­tion tar­get 54 ___ time (soon) 57 Makes hap­pen 60 Short trou­ble­mak­ers 61 Fancy mold­ing 62 Af­firm as true 63 Chess vic­tory, friend 64 Three types of pie 71 Is in the red 72 Oath 73 Daunt­ing bur­den 74 Uber ri­val 75 Ca­sual footwear unit 76 Un­der­ground net­work? 78 U.K. air fleet 81 Small pot for liq­uids 83 Charles who worked keys 84 Fly 36-Down 85 Clap­trap 87 All guys 88 Con­fronta­tion with swords 90 Type of omelette 94 “Or ___ what?” 95 Feral96 Lady trousers 97 Cask residue 98 Sub­tle dif­fer­ence in mean­ing 101Cel­ery unit 103“Nes­sun dorma” is one 105Soon, of yore 106Two types of pie 113Bulb mea­sure 114Jazz vo­cal­ist Vaughan 115It has pow­er­ful jaws 116Ter­mi­nal term 117Non-pro 118Jagged, as leaf edges 119Bi­b­li­og­ra­phy space­saver 120With lots of land 121Type of pie 122 Dids ome needle­work 123Like some cords and mus­cles 124“Big Brother” host

DOWN

1 Do­nate 2 Lis­ten­ing to, not pro­vid­ing ser­mons 3 Sheer non­sense 4 Daniel the pioneer 5Hold spell­bound (var.) 6 Shout ap­proach­ing a hole 7 Like a base­ball in play 8 Price-hike cause 9 Mex­i­can blan­kets, in Mex­ico 10 Marry cheaply 11 Dis­plays a sprained an­kle 12 One of three daily 13 Build­ing ad­di­tions 14Myth­i­cal male sea crea­ture 15 Or­na­men­tal nee­dle cases 16 It may be 90 de­grees 17 Mi­nor jobs 18 Some baby food 27 Lim­its or ceil­ings 28An Ivy school 33 Din­ing ta­ble dec­o­ra­tors 34 Miss­ing from base 35 H.H. Munro, an­other way 36 Bad thing to fall in 38 Honolulu party 39 Just beat 40 Napoleon’s come­up­pance 43 Walk su­per-slowly 44 Make a new plot? 45 In­formed about, in slang 46 Be­gin­ning 48 Make a con­tract of­fi­cial 50 Clio, for one 52 Mul­ti­plied by 55 Low­est tides 56 Stated defini­tively 57 Desert beast 58 “Shoot” 59 Job shift 61 Desert wa­ter­ing hole 64 Se­ri­ously bun­gle 65 Know­ing­what’s hap­pen­ing 66 Con­nec­tion or link 67 Re: the kid­neys 68 Wa­tery whirl 69 Turk­ish big shot 70 Has to 76 It’s in Ne­vada 77 Life sum­mer-up­per 78 Ir­ri­tate quite a bit 79 Basil­ica part 80 Bro­ker’s col­lec­tions 82 Shorten a film 84 Be abu­sive 86 In­tro­duced again, as an im­proved prod­uct 89 Gen. Grant 90 Ex­co­ri­ated 91 Orange juice bits 92 Dig­ni­fied, as a manor 93 Ac­tion film reg­u­lar 95 En­tered 98 Mogul ruler 99 In­cred­i­bly silly 100Terra ___ 101Goat­like an­i­mal of Asia 102Harass, in a way 104New­ton of physics 107Soft or ta­ble at­tach­ment 108Base­ball’s Fuentes 109“Su­per quickly” 110Blood’s part­ner in films 111The Mideast’s Gulf of ___ 112Car­di­nal’s color

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