Uni­ver­sal Cross­word

The Beacon (Gander) - - Puzzles - AT­TOR­NEY AT FLAW By Ti­mothy E. Parker

ACROSS

1 Ukraine port city 7 Dodges, as the cops 13 Never get­ting older 20 They’re drained by rivers 21 Brazil­ian tango 22 Type of cotton fab­ric 23 Bad CASE sce­nario (Pt. 1) 26 Pig­gish abode 27 Leav­en­worth uprising 28 Joey’s friend on “Friends” 29 Mai fol­lower 30 Em­u­late a but­ter­fly 31 Pop­eye’s strength­ener 34 “Big” one of comic strips 38 Lille farewell 41 Cries of dis­cov­ery 42 Per­former’s re­ward 45 Bad CASE sce­nario (Pt. 2) 51 Still un­der cov­ers 52 In­di­ca­tions of sad­ness 53 Extravagant, qual­i­ty­wise 54 Not hog 55 A crowd in France? 56 Edi­ble sea­weed 60 Un­sta­ble or change­able 64 Wind­falls 65 Not mono 67 Bad CASE sce­nario (Pt. 3) 71 Bullish noises 72 Went af­ter ag­gres­sively 73 Foot of two short syl­la­bles 74 Edi­ble root of the taro 75 Like mil­i­tary ships 76 Per­son of many parts 78 Things in al­bums 80 Wed­ding worker 81 Acct. fig­ures 85 Bad CASE sce­nario (Pt. 4) 91 Mr. Dum or Mr. Dee 92 It’s not but­ter 93 Pound frac­tion 94 Use a bay­o­net 95 Common bank trans­ac­tion 99 Do a rhyth­mic roll 101 What con­sumers do 104 Power mea­sure 105 Def­i­nitely not sweet 106 Fancy shoul­der wrap 109 Bad CASE sce­nario (Pt. 5) 116 U-turn from “way too hard!” 117 The stuff of quiz shows 118 Four Sea­sons al­ter­na­tive 119 “Hmm ...” rel­a­tive 120 Most abom­inable 121 Word with so­lar or Dewey Dec­i­mal

DOWN

1 Sashes in Ja­pan 2 Way off one’s trol­ley 3 Arthur Ashe Courage Award, e.g. 4 Mis­ter rel­a­tive 5 Make tan­gled 6 Com­puter char­ac­ter set 7 Re­lease, as light 8 Lit­tle sucker? 9 Feller in a for­est 10 Anne Frank, fa­mously 11 Pen pal no more? 12 Words with course or date 13 Ot­toman VIP 14 “Atlas Shrugged” hero 15 Singing Fitzger­ald 16 As­sail 17 “I could go on, but I’ll stop here” 18 One’s Red, one’s Dead 19 ___ Rafael, Cal­i­for­nia 24 One el­i­gi­ble for day­care 25 Tro­jans’ sch. 30 Pro­vide nour­ish­ment 31 Hite of sex-ori­ented re­search 32 Fundrais­ing grps. 33 Base­ball leg­end Wag­ner 35 Kool fin­isher 36 Kid’s birth­day present 37 Cousins of ems 38 Group for MDs 39 Be dainty with a nap­kin 40 Mr. Eisen­hower, fa­mil­iarly 41 Not near at all 43 ___ pop­uli (pop­u­lar opin­ion) 44 Mr. Lin­coln, fa­mil­iarly 46 Moral stan­dards 47 Gasp, flinch or gig­gle, e.g. 48 Def­i­nitely not all thumbs 49 Broad­way lu­mi­nar­ies? 50 Place for wannabe stars 54 Leave in text af­ter all 55 Wreck en­tirely 56 Re­main un­spoiled 57 Ir­ish river lead­ing to Done­gal Bay 58 To a smaller ex­tent 59 Mas­ter of rhyme 60 Church sec­tion 61 Mail off 62 Paced heav­ily 63 Roundish hairdo 64 Den­nis Rod­man’s book, “___ Wanna Be” 65 Mex­i­can “ma’am” 66 1916 ruler, but not 1917 68 “___ Like About You” 69 Com­plete chaos 70 Dis­likes with a pas­sion 75 Cel­e­brated or dis­tin­guished 76 Any pos­i­tive at­tribute 77 “Ah” fol­lower 78 Thing for a sketch artist 79 Stom­ach acid let­ters 80 Ja­maican cit­rus fruit 81 “Add two num­bers to reach ___” 82 Ararat or De­nali (Abbr.) 83 Cannabis’ stoner 84 Make out vis­ually 85 Word with “a fact” or “my party” 86 RCMP pa­trol place, briefly 87 “Black-eyed” veg­gie 88 Pic­ture-based puz­zles 89 A hole in the head 90 How Burger King lets you have it? 96 “So gross!” 97 What ba­sic ca­ble is 98 Cheri of “SNL” 99 Out­burst from Homer Simp­son 100 Who’s sorry now? 102 MTA stops (Abbr.) 103 Some­thing ___ (ex­tra­or­di­nary item) 105 Re­veal­ing sports num­ber 106 Spoiled lit­tle child 107 “Ye ___ Cu­rios­ity Shoppe” 108 First fam­ily man 109 Shriner, Cordero or Wheaton 110 Coy at­tach­ment? 111 Q-U link 112 Pro vote 113 “Now ___ seen it all!” 114 Sue Grafton’s “___ for Noose” 115 Mantra sounds

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