NEW YORK TIMES SUN­DAY CROSSWORD

DOU­BLE SIXES

Antelope Valley Press (Sunday) - - Classified­s - By Peter Gor­don / Edited by Will Shortz

ACROSS 1 “Hooked on Clas­sics” com­pany

5 Christina of “Mon­ster” 10 Skins, so to speak 15 Silent

18 Last Sup­per item 20 Case study in many

busi­ness ethics classes 21 Call on

22 “The Simp­sons” char­ac­ter who holds a Ph.D. in com­puter science 23 Lowsingers,shorton money,draw­idly

26 Place for a beer pump 27 Reaches a cli­max 28 High-class per­son? 29 Served in a cer­tain

cream sauce

31 Fleet run­ner: Abbr. 32 Boston’s Lib­erty Tree, e.g. 34 Ten­nis player with a record 377 cu­mu­la­tive weeks ranked No. 1 36 First-rate 37 Work­sasanac­coun­tant foraSwedis­h aerospace­com­pany

44 “Pearly Shells” singer 45 Like a llano

46 Put a stop to

49 Mlle., across the

Pyrénées

50 Tan­gle

51 Airy ar­eas of ho­tels 52 Ur­ban in­ter­sec­tors:

Abbr. 53 Peo­ple­whoshare ana­part­men­twitha Jor­da­ni­an­royal

58 Ri­val of Havo­line 61 Pec pic, say

62 1980s auto im­ports

based on the Fiat 63 Turk­ish coin

64 Speed skater who won five golds at the 1980 Lake Placid Olympics 66 Not doff

69 Politico Liz

71 Un­usual 72 Poc­a­hon­tas’ hus­band

John

73 50,000-watt clearchan­nel ra­dio sta­tion in Iowa for which Ron­ald Rea­gan was once a sports­caster

74 Sends to the can­vas,

for short

75 De­sign­erMizrahi shout­slikea­cow­boyin anon­cha­lant­way

82 Citi Field player 83 Lis­tens at­ten­tively 84 Man’s name that be­comes another man’s name when a “C” is put in front

85 Life ____ (time­sav­ing trick) 89 Events for spe­cial

cus­tomers

91 Smooth and lus­trous 93 Asian me­trop­o­lis of

28+ mil­lion 94 Head­lin­eafter­anado­les­cen­tat­apool­com­pe­ti­tion­is­made­funof

97 Mughal em­peror of In­dia

known as “the Great” 99 Nephew of Cain 100 Fem­i­nine side

101 Bit

102 Me­te­o­ro­log­i­cal

phe­nom­e­non

105 Mourn­ing per­son,

per­haps

109 Like tri­an­gles gov­erned by the Pythagorea­n the­o­rem

111 Stir

112 Ma­tric­u­lat­ed­stu­dents ap­pearto­be­timid

116 Couldn’t stand? 117 John who in­vented a

steel plow

118 Poles, e.g.

119 Cal­i­for­nia mis­sion

founder Junípero 120 What’s up?

121 More log­i­cal

122 Brown­ish gray 123 Fit to­gether like

ma­tryoshka dolls

DOWN

1 Yuri An­dropov headed it for 15 years, in brief 2 Open­ing in the the­ater, maybe

3 Le­gal grant to cross over some­one else’s land 4 ____ Gen­ova, au­thor of “Still Alice” 5 Rap­per MC ____, for­merly of N.W.A. 6 Travel-guide list­ings 7 One of the 11 of­fi­cial lan­guages of Canada’s North­west Ter­ri­to­ries 8 Ei­ther brother who co-wrote “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” 9 Plants that yield a blue dye

10 An­tonín who com­posed

“Car­ni­val Over­ture” 11 Host of the Olympics where golf re­turned after a 112-year hia­tus 12 Na­tional School Lunch

Pro­gram org.

13 Pep­per dis­penser 14 Cine­mato­graphic

in­no­va­tion of the 1970s 15 Rais­ing Cain 16 Over­turn 17 Un­pleas­antly hu­mid 19 Thus

24 Mallorca o Menorca, por ejem­plo 25 So­cially awk­ward 30 Hearst-like film char­ac­ter 31 In­ter­jects

33 It’s more at­trac­tive the closer you are to it 35 Adorn

38 NBA nick­name un­til

2011

39 Some­thing white rice

lacks

40 Hay there!

41 Where the No­bel Peace Prize win­ner is an­nounced

42 Money for a grand tour 43 Stiffly for­mal

47 Like bin­au­ral au­dio 48 Parts of col­lege

ap­pli­ca­tions

50 Bean on the sil­ver screen 51 Ship of mythol­ogy 54 Pac-12 player

55 Cry of dis­may 56 Be­moan

57 Hoppy drink

58 Food item of­ten pre­pared

with lemon and gar­lic 59 Promo

60 Snack-food brand that sounds like buried trea­sure

65 It may be a deal breaker: Abbr. 66 Gan­der 67 Some pipe joints 68 New York Ti­tans’ org.

of old

69 Jackie of “Rush Hour” 70 Ques­tion that isn’t a

“wh-” ques­tion

72 Ned who com­posed

“Air Mu­sic”

73 Sound heard at Churchill Downs 76 Al­ter­na­tives to sleeper so­fas

77 Quiet

78 The Col­le­giate School,

to­day

79 Ac­tress Som­mer 80 50-50

81 Molt

86 Not out to lunch 87 Crib users

88 Cap­tain played twice in film by Charles Laughton

90 Equine : horse ::

cyg­nine : ____

91 Pub perch

92 “That’s what you

should do”

93 Jeans

95 Play­wright Eve

96 Land on the Celtic Sea 97 Run up

98 Com­pany that’s had its

mo­ments

103 Draft clas­si­fi­ca­tion 104 Small song­bird 106 Com­poser Bartók 107 Bi­b­li­cal birthright

seller

108 Send one’s re­grets, say 110 FBI guys

113 Un­der­ground band 114 Di­rec­tion from Belg. to

Bulg.

115 “Krazy ____”

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