Across

Chicago Tribune (Sunday) - - LIFE + STYLE -

1 5 Aba­cus unit Brother of Lu­crezia Borgia Lip­stick shade In­signif­i­cant Driv­e­train com­po­nent Rhodo­den­dron va­ri­ety

Sport with masks “Cake Boss” com­peti­tor, at times Usu­ally ret­ro­spec­tive as­sess­ment

25 Cop (to), as a lesser

charge

27 Ser­vice that man­ages net­work mes­sages 28 In­gen­u­ous one 29 Kem­per who plays

Kimmy Sch­midt 30 Feed a line 31 “About time!” 34 Grabs with a

tooth­pick

35 Brazen crime time 40 Palate-cleans­ing

serv­ing

41 Way to go

42 Winds into rings 43 Com­mon scale

ex­treme 44 Cathe­dral sec­tion 45 Shade of pink 46 It’s of­ten de­signed

to rise

53 Pull in

54 Ze­bra mom 55 Sound qual­ity? 57 First Na­tions tribe 58 Cash or credit, e.g. 59 Cal­i­for­nia county

or its seat

60 Pub or­ders

62 Kilt fea­tures 65 South Beach, say 68 Ribs

69 It isn’t ne­go­tiable 70 “That’s not true!” 71 Go over 72 Barcelona-born

mu­ral­ist

73 Lightly washed 75 Com­edy club

sound

76 Old school dance 79 Tire mea­sure­ment that can be checked by the “penny test” “I Hated, Hated, Hated This Movie” au­thor 84 “Ar­bi­trage” ac­tor 85 Ap­ples run on it 86 Bush, for one

11 15 19

20

21 22

23 82 87 Where van Gogh painted “Sun­flow­ers” Let­ter writ­ing, sadly Place to buy a train ticket Fifth-cen­tury con­queror 96 Wash­ing­ton air­port 97 Sushi bar of­fer­ing 98 Put away for later 99 Un­veil­ing shout 100 Show­biz hon­ors 106 Buf­fet stack item 108 Com­bine ... and a hint to what’s hid­den in eight long an­swers 110 Had to fork over 111 Let­ters be­fore a view­point Lowlife, slangily Ac­tress Wat­son Poll­ster’s enc. Ravi­oli fill­ing “Hear me out” Re­sale caveat 88 92

95 112 113 114 115 116 117 47 48 Smelly Nou­veau-Mex­ique, par ex­em­ple Vast ex­panse “Topaz” nov­el­ist Code car­rier Com­pany with toy trucks Sun­beam floater Watts at a key­board 1990s trade acro­nym An­nual pa­rade VIP Sign of re­morse Sub­tle sum­mons Look the wrong way?

Rai­son d’__ Wig out

“It __ Nec­es­sar­ily So”: Gersh­win song Smidgen More or less, in­for­mally In­ter­val of in­ac­tiv­ity “Don’t You Know?” singer Reese City near the Cal­i­for­nia-Ne­vada bor­der

Pitch in Cookie with a Thins Bites va­ri­ety Bug or brat In­creased in in­ten­sity, with “up” Kid-vid ex­plorer Lines at the gro­cery Bev­er­age with an­tiox­i­dants Siz­able hole Re­ally fancy Catch­ers on the range

North Amer­i­can cap­i­tal, or its river Some wraps Ve­he­ment speech Siz­zling Bat­tery choice Jackie Pa­per’s imag­i­nary friend is one

Re­cent White House daugh­ter 99 Smart­phone

dis­play

101 News­room

can­cel­la­tion

102 Roll with the

punches

103 Elec­tri­cal units 104 Pa­trick’s “Ghost”

co-star

105 Ladies of Sp. 107 Barely lit

108 Knee in­jury ini­tials 109 Nike’s __-FIT fab­ric

49 50 51 52

54 56 58

60 61 62 63

64 65 66

67 71

73 74 75

76 77

78 80

81 83 84

86 87 88

89

90 91 92 93 94

96

Jumble

Un­scram­ble the six Jum­bles, one let­ter per square, to form six words. Then ar­range the cir­cled let­ters to form the sur­prise an­swer, as sug­gested by this car­toon.

Su­doku

Com­plete the grid so each row, col­umn and 3-by-3 box in bold bor­ders con­tains ev­ery digit 1to9.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.