NEW YORK TIMES SUN­DAY CROSS­WORD

WELL, WELL, WELL, IF IT ISN’T ...

Antelope Valley Press (Sunday) - - Puzzles - By Joe DiPi­etro / Edited by Will Shortz

1 Well, ACROSS for one 7 Long­hair cats

14 For in­stance 20 Al­ter­na­tive to Martha

Ste­wart Wed­dings 21 Caribbean is­land

na­tion

22 Take in

23 ...theguy­whovows to take his Stet­son to the­grave

25 Baby Gap pur­chase 26 Fa­mous con­joined

twin

27 Fig­ures

28 Cal­i­for­nia’s Big ____ 29 TV’s “____ Ru­ins

Ev­ery­thing”

30 Lose con­trol on the

road

32 IV check­ers

33 ...the fra­ter­nity guy whowantsto­bea car­di­ol­o­gist

39 Level­headed

40 Kind of fur­ni­ture 42 Tri­umphant cry 43 Game lover’s pur­chase 45 First word of

“Jab­ber­wocky” 47 Dated PC hookup 49 J. Car­rol ____ (two-time 1940s Os­car nom­i­nee) 50 Traf­fic-stop­ping grp.? 51 ... theguy­who­barely show she’ s ex­as­per­ated 56 ...theguy­who al­waysshow­sup unan­nounced

58 Hugs, in a let­ter 59 Home of mi­nor league base­ball’s Aces 60 Cal­i­for­nia’s Santa ____ Moun­tains 62 Puts on TV

63 Show that NBC

62-Across, for short 64 Heaps

66 They fol­low springs by

about a week

69 Sylvia of jazz

70 ...the­gal­who de­liv­ered the great­est put-down­ever

73 Small pre­var­i­ca­tions 76 He­li­copter sounds 77 Per­ma­nent spot? 78 UPS unit: Abbr. 81 “Othello” provo­ca­teur 82 “Lethal Weapon” force,

in brief

84 Prison divi­sion 85 “Well, well, well,

whad­dya know” 86 ...theguy­who­takes aerial pho­tos for the mil­i­tary 91 ...the gal wholose sit when pass plays are called

94 CPR teacher, maybe 95 Tem­po­rar­ily sated, with

“over”

97 Crit­i­cal cam­paign mo. 98 Source of some

pres­sure

99 Place for tro­phies 100 Dec­la­ra­tion

102 Singer with the 2009

No. 1 hit “TiK ToK” 106 Move a bit

108 ...the­gal­whos­pends all day at the hair dresser

111 Roll­away

112 Word with club or

cream

113 Aris­to­cratic Ital­ian

name of old

114 Car­toon­ist Keane 115 Dance that might

in­clude a chair 117 West Coast sum­mer

set­ting: Abbr.

118 Dag Ham­marskjöld’s

suc­ces­sor at the U.N. 121 ...theguy­who­can’t stop brag­ging about Bragg

125 Bit of trail mix

126 Un­der­lin­ing al­ter­na­tive 127 Creeped out?

128 Al­most up

129 Ex­ams given in­trader

mally, for short 130 Ac­tress Tay­lor of

“Bones”

DOWN

1 No. 1 nun 2 Pro­longed pe­riod of ex­ces­sive im­bib­ing 3 Soft blan­ket ma­te­rial 4 Ice-cream eponym 5 Part of AARP: Abbr. 6 Note that sounds like an or­der to get with it? 7 Ap­palled

8 Big D.C. lobby 9 1995 crime film based on an El­more Leonard novel

10 At the per­fect time 11 En­thu­si­as­tic 12 Commercial suf­fix

with Ga­tor

13 Gained a lap?

14 ____ Paulo

15 Bit of art pot­tery 16 Stair­case sound 17 “Star Trek” catch­phrase

said by Dr. McCoy 18 Far East­ern fruits that

re­sem­ble ap­ples 19 What a pre­fix or suf­fix

gets added to 24 Si­cily’s Mount ____ 31 Honey sub­sti­tute? 34 Ap­pear in print 35 Mouth, slangily 36 Con ____

(briskly, in mu­sic) 37 Talk like a tough, say 38 “Well, howdy” 41 Di­eter’s “I”

44 Picks up the bill 46 Un­likely hand­outs

with beers

48 Court VIP

51 Sea plea

52 Pe­riod of group

ac­tiv­ity, slangily 53 Ad­di­tion to the fam­ily 54 Doth depart 55 Di­a­mond brack­ets? 57 Dis­sent­ing vote 61 Swerves back

65 Cry like a baby 67 Large shrimp

68 See 72-Down 69 Par­ody 71 Pride Pa­rade par­tici

pants may be in it 72 With 68-Down,

sum­mer side dish 73 Shade for a field

worker?

74 “Drawin’ a blank here” 75 ____ vi­vant 78 Gam­bler’s ex­cla­ma­tion 79 Fa­ther of Enigma in

DC Comics

80 Creamy bev­er­age 81 Tagged, in­for­mally 83 Pitcher who fa­mously claimed he was on LSD while throw­ing a no-hit­ter (1970)

87 And oth­ers, for short 88 Kind of bar

89 Renuzit tar­get

90 It can be old or break­ing 92 Sport ____ 93 “Ocean’s Twelve” role 96 ____ Terr., 1861-1889 101 Maze ex­plorer

103 Go down­hill in a hurry 104 Part of a parka

105 Re­lax­ing

107 High-grade

109 Auto dealer’s of­fer 110 Auto owner’s proof 113 Tip of Italy?

116 Field

119 Shoot down

120 Wile E. Coy­ote

pur­chase

121 In good shape

122 Gam­bling-par­lor

let­ters

123 Take steps

124 Sort of per­son who’s

blue: Abbr.

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