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1 Lo­cale for a bot­tom feeder 7 Re­lin­quish 11 To­tal nerd­burger 16 The Mor­mon Church, for short 19 Hav­ing come apart 20 Com­pany with a Ro­man cen­tu­rion logo, in­for­mally 21 Name shouted at the end of the “Flint­stones” clos­ing theme song 22 I.S.P. op­tion 23 At the ice cream par­lor, the grand mar­shal or­dered a … 25 R&B’s ____ Brothers 26 Ef­fort 27 Atoms 28 Weak-minded type 30 Some­thing lost in old lit­er­a­ture 32 Air­line to Ben Gu­rion Air­port 33 Wa­ter 35 Sites with cor­po­rate names, of­ten 36 Low-sta­tus, as work 38 Govt. org. un­der Home­land Se­cu­rity 39 The con­firmed bach­e­lor or­dered a … 42 The cross­ing guard or­dered a … 45 See 46-Across 46 With 45-Across, fo­cus di­rectly on hit­ting some­one 47 49 50 Ac­ci­dent Nav­i­ga­tional Ac­tress org. short Anis­ton, in­ves­ti­ga­tion aid, for 52 God, in Rasta­far­i­an­ism the in tabloids 55 57 Winds, “Get ____!” as video­tape 59 Fre­quent of Mas­troianni co-star 61 63 “Frozen” Ques­tion snow­man of doubt 65 How Esperanto many verbs in 66 Premium are ir­reg­u­lar Cuban cigar brand 67 The am­a­teur singer or­dered a … 70 The den­tal hy­gien­ist or­dered a … 72 Radic­chio rel­a­tive 73 Smelly 75 Am­trak stops: Abbr. 76 What an auc­tion­eer’s gavel in­di­cates 77 In a way 78 Home planet of TV’s ALF 80 Planted 82 Rap­per who founded the record la­bel Mass Ap­peal 83 Ja­pa­nese drama 84 Slip­pery, say 85 ____-free 87 Friendly greet­ing on the high­way 89 Wine from cen­tral Tus­cany 92 The Apollo Theater usher or­dered a … 97 The pas­try chef or­dered a … 100 East­ern phi­los­o­phy 101 Ocu­lar socket 102 Simp­son 2004 hit with the 103 Arthur “Pieces who of Me” com­posed “The Yeomen of the Guard” 106 Ap­prox­i­mately 107 All out 110 Won 111 With­out al­ter­ation 112 Film­ing lo­cale 113 Places for cheap drinks 115 And the home­body or­dered an … 118 “We’ll teach you to drink deep ____ you de­part”: Ham­let 119 Stores with Små­land play ar­eas 120 Per­spi­ca­cious 121 Fish­ing sites 122 Di­rec­tor Guillermo ____ Toro 123 Earth 124 Beaux-____ 125 Va­por­ize

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1 Elided greet­ing 2 One who fa­cil­i­tates self-de­struc­tive be­hav­ior 3 Su­per­model Lima 4 Ma­rina ap­pa­ra­tus 5 Stops 6 It can sym­bol­ize an open mouth in an 8-Down 7 Kind of in­take, to a nu­tri­tion­ist 8 See 6-Down 9 Some narcs 10 What “X” may stand for 11 Bad thing on a mo­torist’s record, for short 12 Puf­flet 13 First name of the First Lady of Song 14 Some sights in Oz 15 Where many Golden State War­riors fans live 16 Like much of the Western Hemi­sphere 17 Along the back 18 Most foxy 24 Pres. who signed the Glass-Stea­gall Act 29 Re­hab af­flic­tion, for short 31 Bul­bous, nar­row-necked bot­tles 32 Life­saver, for short 33 Suc­cess­ful pres­i­den­tial slo­gan of old 34 ____ al-Fitr (hol­i­day mark­ing the close of Ra­madan) 37 Miles away 40 Fails (to) 41 Prob­lems of am­ne­sia 43 Stop 44 Chan­nel with high­lights 48 An­gry cho­rus 51 An­nual sci­ence fic­tion award 52 Isn’t se­ri­ous 53 Fam­ily sup­port group 54 Ve­gas es­tab­lish­ment with a gi­ant gui­tar sign 56 Writ­ing of W. S. Gil­bert 58 Weight 59 English fa­cil­i­ties 60 Scruffs 62 Coun­try singer with the No. 1 al­bums “Breathe” and “Cry” 64 Fol­low closely 66 Fe­males whose gen­der iden­ti­ties match their gen­der as­sign­ments at birth 68 Some ga­metes 69 Tach read­ings 71 Sav­ings ve­hi­cle, in brief 74 A pop 78 ____ rea (in­tent to com­mit a crime) 79 Win­ter gar­ment in­sert 81 Likely to butt in 84 Pay up? 86 Toy to keep track of ? 88 What “goes to” a movie star 90 “That’s re­ally im­por­tant to me” 91 T.S.A. re­quire­ments 93 Some coun­ter­cul­ture gath­er­ings 94 The­o­ret­i­cal 95 Dis­missal, slangily 96 W.W. II arena 97 Had a good cry 98 Like sailors on leave 99 8: Abbr. 104 So­viet space dog of 1957 105 Con­trib­ute 108 No longer both­ered by 109 Man­ual se­lec­tion 111 Eponym of the Courage Award given at the ESPYs 114 Fed. agcy. founded by 24-Down 116 ____ Beach, Hawaii 117 “Gang­nam Style” rap­per

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