CROSS­WORD

PuzzleLux - - News - BY BRAD WILBER

ACROSS

1 "Ocean's Eleven," for one 11 "____ la guerre!" 15 Cat­woman por­trayer in the

fi­nal sea­son of "Bat­man" 16 Utah ski re­sort 17 In peak form 18 Messy slap­stick mis­siles 19 Coq au ___ 20 Over­head ex­panse 21 Coin-op eatery of yore 23 His­tor­i­cal root words 25 Act clown­ishly 27 "All kid­ding _____..." 28 Ad­jec­tive for much

graph the­ory 31 Zippo 32 Trip with a game plan? 35 Org. with Bron­cos and Cow­boys 36 Con­front 37 Pun­dit's spe­cialty

Prius and Yaris, e.g. 41 Bri­tish sym­pa­thizer in 1776 42 Day-___ col­ors 44 Eunuchs guard them 45 Cheer for a tore­ador 46 Sign of a re­laxed pitcher 48 List of peo­ple on a ticket 50 Baby boomer's off­spring,

in brief 51 Irides­cent jew­elry com­po­nent 55 Fu­ture pub­lic ser­vant's

ma­jor, in­for­mally 57 Corn­husker St. 59 Too per­mis­sive 60 Proc­tored event 61 Bait 64 End­ing with con­ces­sion 65 One bring­ing a set of keys

to a new house? 66 Basinger and Cat­trall 67 Wheel­like pas­try named for the two end­points of a French bike race

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1 Throw with supreme ef­fort 2 Suf­fer an em­bar­rass­ing de­feat, slangily 3 Tongue-in-cheek hu­mor 4 Metro stop: Abbr. 5 Usage au­thor­i­ties 6 Trick-or-treat­ing ac­ces­sory 7 "I don't see why not" 8 Be in the run­ning (for) 9 "Boast" made with face­tious nail-buff­ing 10 Ides of March re­buke 11 Key-chang­ing aids for gui­tarists 12 Get rid of 13 Cin­e­matog­ra­phy in­no­va­tion orig­i­nally called the "Brown Sta­bi­lizer" 14 In­sipid­holder 22 Shade at the beach 24 Ma­li­cious type 26 Buf­fet-ta­ble cof­fee holder 29 Jar­gon 30 Bye on Lanai 32 "...if you'll par­don the ex­pres­sion" 33 NASA's sec­ond moon-land­ing

mis­sion 34 It's tripped in some crises 36 Pro _____ (merely rou­tine) 38 House­plant with vel­vety, bell

shaped flow­ers 40 Graf­fiti with tex­tiles 43 Suf­fix with lact- and fruct46 Ar­les ar­ti­cle 47 Tit­u­lar ban­dit in a Verdi opera 49 Mea­sures with a stop­watch 52 Ad­ven­ture nov­el­ist Cus­sler 53 Re­duces to rub­ble 54 Wield, as in­flu­ence 56 "L'il Ab­ner" car­toon­ist 58 Di­vas may need them mas­saged 62 Gooey sealant 63 "I can nei­ther con­firm

___ deny..."

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