NEW YORK TIMES CROSS­WORD PUZ­ZLE

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1 Era of ig­no­rance 9 El­e­va­tors in an of­fice build­ing? Hous­ton squad, ca­su­ally Ea­gle­like Mis­sis­sippi River bot­tom feeder “Wouldn’t that be nice!” Satchel for a homi­cide de­tec­tive? Joe of “GoodFel­las” Some­thing found at the top of many a Google search page Man­u­fac­tured Bak­ing soda has many of these Tush Danny Ocean’s ex-wife in “Ocean’s Eleven” Unsea­sonal wear on a win­ter va­ca­tion? Map Parisian wa­ters Jewish mourn­ing pe­riod Zoom, e.g. Base­ball stats some­times called 39-Down Jerk Static Swiss can­ton that was home to William Tell Va­ri­ety of stud poker, fa­mil­iarly 14

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86 87 Berry with two di­a­crit­ics in its name

“Get ____!” Late-morn­ing meal for a TV fam­ily? Dorm over­seers, for short Sports event with two di­a­crit­ics in its name

Cry af­ter “Com­pany” Who wrote, “In the land of the blind, the oneeyed man is king” One way to buy mus­tard cheaply? Like the num­ber i, math­e­mat­i­cally Burns writ­ing Strong bond A pil­lar of Is­lam Emails such as “Click this link to be­come an Apollo as­tro­naut”? Erie Canal city ____ Spiegel, co-founder of Snapchat “Dar­ling, won’t you ____ my wor­ried mind” (“Layla” lyric) Peter’s chief of staff on “The Good Wife” Down-on-their­luck sorts

Hit the hide off the base­ball Beauts Back­grounds in theater 88 90

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1 Deaden acous­ti­cally Blue shade King­dom in “The Pris­oner of Zenda” Leg-pullers Div. for the Red 106-Down Se­cures with a band S.A.S.E., e.g.: Abbr. They re­quire stitches What the ro­ta­tor cuff ro­tates 2 3

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6 7 8 9 Tem­pur-Pedic ri­val Sea­wa­ter com­pound Neo­phytes Col­lec­tion of Yule-cen­tric posts? Box­ing venue Nagy of Hun­gar­ian his­tory Wooded val­ley Bird on Walden Pond in “Walden” Like ser­vices cov­ered by a health in­surer Drops Uten­sil for eat­ing some cured meat? Link with Brain­power See to it When a happy hour might start Haven Seizure cause 10

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47 49 School ex­ten­sion? Neu­tral shades Word from the Latin for “noose”

One caught by a 12-Down Nurse Can-can danc­ing? For­mula for slope in math Costa Ri­can pres­i­dent who won the 1987 No­bel Peace Prize Stuffed ____ Clay and oil, for artists

“For heaven ____” Some ways on Waze: Abbr. Split per­son­al­ity? Branch of Is­lam Ap­pur­te­nance for a car­toon Ne­an­derthal Mannheim mis­ter Del­monico steak cuts Doc­u­ment list­ing tech­ni­cal spec­i­fi­ca­tions TV net­work with a science-y name Pre­fix with punc­ture More sen­si­ble One is roughly the mass of a speck of dust Fes­toons with Charmin, for short Charged up 53 54

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64 Laura of “Big Lit­tle Lies” Con­fu­cian philoso­pher ____ Hsi Re­ally trendy Hit just be­yond the in­field High­tail it, saltily Ocean froth “The Simp­sons” bar

Asian fruits used in Western al­ter­na­tive medicine 65 66 67

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76 Nor­we­gian king near the end of the first mil­len­nium Non-____ (food la­bel) Western pow­wow held ev­ery year or so “Come again?” Limit “Fancy that!” Peo­ple like you Or­feo in Gluck’s “Or­feo ed Euridice,” e.g. Not catch 78 79 85

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95 Cres­cent-shaped Ital­ian pas­tries Pied­mont wine town Al­ter­na­tives to gel­caps Semiliq­uid stuff Neu­ral junc­tion So-so filler? Lunkheads Hol­i­day glit­ter Flora and fauna Plas­ter for paint­ing An­i­mal used to guard sheep and goats 96 97 98 103 104 106 108

109 Span­ish crock­ery Munchkin “____-Tikki-Tavi” Mis­reck­ons “It is a rid­dle, wrapped in a mys­tery, in­side an enigma; but per­haps there is ____”: Churchill See 5-Down Nu­mer­i­cal pre­fix Much Top 40 mu­sic now

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