NEW YORK TIMES CROSSWORD PUZ­ZLE

Chicago Sun-Times (Sunday) - - ENTERTAINMENT - | BY ZHOUQIN BURNIKEL | EDITED BY WILL SHORTZ

ACROSS 1 19,000+-foot Peru­vian vol­cano 8 Hus­band of Lara in “Doc­tor Zhivago” 13 Quar­ters 18 “That’s way bet­ter than I can do”

19 As we speak 21 Mois­tur­izer brand 22 *Stereo­typ­i­cal movie out­come 24 In­sti­gated, with “on”

25 “The Matrix” char­ac­ter 26 Wal­lops 27 Thought­pro­vok­ing 29 Re­veal 30 [Poor, piti­ful me!] 32 “Con­tact” org. 34 *Star­tling dis­clo­sure 36 De­mands se­ri­ous ef­fort (of) 40 Va­ca­tion spot of­fer­ing a warm wel­come? 42 Fig. usu­ally ex­pressed as a per­cent­age 43 ____-Town (city nick­name) 44 Gave a 46 *Bringer of cold weather 53 *Lawen­force­ment tar­get 56 Grammy win­ner Moris­sette 57 Con­sti­tu­tional Amend­ment about pres­i­den­tial elec­tion pro­ce­dures 58 Get soaked, say 59 Duke and oth­ers 61 One of eight in “Old Mac­Don­ald Had a Farm” 62 Pol­ish off 63 ____ Val­ley 64 Pi­lot fol­lower, maybe 66 Ac­cord­ing to 69 *Bat­tery boost 72 “____ makes man wiser and clear-sighted”: Vladimir Putin 73 Fish dish that Nobu restau­rants are noted for 75 Ref. works that can run $1,000+ 76 Bill Clin­ton or Barack Obama 77 March ____ 78 Like priests 81 Morn­ing fix, slangily 85 Like Be­nadryl: Abbr. 86 Ticks off 87 *Moved closer to home? 89 *Help for users 92 Plains tribe 93 Ticked off 94 Rain-____ (bub­ble-gum brand) 95 Con­ti­nen­tal trade grp., once 97 With­out prin­ci­ples 99 *Very soon 105 Crit­i­cism 107 ____-mo 108 Cross 109 Nir­vana, e.g. 110 Bi­b­li­cal son who was nearly sac­ri­ficed by his fa­ther 113 Woman fa­mously evicted from her home 115 “No way!” 117 Things used for dump­ing … or a lit­eral hint to the an­swers to the starred clues? 122 Adorable sort 123 Sun block? 124 “In a per­fect world …” 125 Sit­ting pos­ture in yoga 126 En­ter again, as data

127 Many East Asian World Her­itage Sites

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1 Suf­fix of or­di­nals 2 Bird with blood-red eyes 3 Big name in note­books 4 Houses that may in­clude tun­nels 5 Sushi sauce 6 Triple-A jobs 7 Mas­sive star 8 Stock holder? 9 Plus 10 Cut­ting 11 Mead in­gre­di­ent 12 “That’s so kind of you!” 13 Course rar­ity 14 Con­tin­u­ing source of ir­ri­ta­tion 15 Ra­dio City Mu­sic Hall has a fa­mous one 16 Cater­pil­lar al­ter­na­tive 17 Box ____ (tree) 19 Beat by a nose 20 Pieces of three-pieces 23 Booted 28 Pricey mush­room 31 Roughly es­ti­mated 33 Many a craft brew 35 Com­mon email at­tach­ments 36 Height: Pre­fix 37 Prison weapon 38 ____ an­chor (stay still, nau­ti­cally) 39 “Sounds good!” 41 Sea whose Wikipedia ar­ti­cle is writ­ten in the past tense

45 It’s in your jeans 47 The Browns, on score­boards 48 In­creas­ingly out­moded cir­cus roles 49 All thumbs 50 Rust, e.g. 51 Course halves 52 Hand-carved Poly­ne­sian stat­ues 54 Em­pire once span­ning three con­ti­nents 55 Lop­sided win 60 Range rovers 61 “I know the an­swer!” 63 Out-of-the-blue 65 Sym­bols of sovereignty 66 Can’t stand 67 Shade of gray 68 Leave thirsty 69 Peru’s ____ Chávez In­ter­na­tional Air­port 70 Some in­ter­sec­tions 71 Sup­ple­ment 74 Dream up 76 “Hasta ____” 79 Works in a mu­seum 80 “Gotcha” 81 One keep­ing a se­cret, metaphor­i­cally 82 Apollo 13 com­man­der 83 Word-of-mouth 84 Drain fea­ture 86 Up to it 88 Pitcher Hideo Nomo, e.g., by birth 90 Be a good des­ig­nated driver 91 Flag thrower 96 Pitch­ers’ awards? 98 Cer­tain keg at­tach­ment 99 Fe­male friend: Lat. 100 Con­nec­tion 101 But­tin­sky 102 “Oyez! Oyez!” e.g. 103 Princess Char­lotte, to Harry 104 Handyper­son 106 Lead-in to “-ville” 111 Came from on high

112 Give up 114 First name in court­room fic­tion 116 Ver­ily 118 ____ Bravo 119 Im­age file ex­ten­sion 120 Pro ____ 121 Method: Abbr.

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