Chicago Tribune (Sunday)

Musical Keys

- By Roland Huget Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Nichols Lewis © 2021 Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

Across

1 2020 Anya TaylorJoy title role 5 They’re dragged

and dropped 10 Apple desktop 14 Oldies players 19 Forest jumpers 20 G.I. Joe nemesis 21 Fleeting prefix,

timewise

22 Heaps

23 Slogan from a cola jingle first aired in

1969

26 Amber, for one 27 Pekoe holder 28 Origami staple 29 Moved slowly 30 River inlets

31 Con’s decoy 32 Silvery freshwater

fish

33 Profession­al

spinners 36 Broadway revue featuring pop standards that won a 1997 Grammy 40 Laugh-a-minute

types

41 Baby party 42 Reception

dispensers 43 CD-__

44 Cultural opening? 45 Fly like an eagle 46 __ wave 47 Kitchenwar­e brand 48 Classic novelty song involving wing-flapping imitations, as it’s commonly called 53 Fold

54 UFO pilots 55 Coupling device 56 Start of a counting

rhyme

57 Get cozy

58 67, for Beethoven’s

Fifth

59 Take responsibi­lity 60 Support, with “for” 61 Burt’s Bees parent 64 Insurance case 65 Antitoxins 66 “Today” rival,

briefly

69 Central parts 70 Song played at

Blues home games 73 Fords of the past 74 Hawaii County

seat

75 This and that

76 __ Cong

77 Nice summer 78 “Bro!”

79 Showy parrots 82 Symphony

orchestra members 83 2000 Grammywinn­ing hit featuring Eminem 86 Many a binoculars

toter

87 Counterfei­t 88 Geeky-sounding

candy

89 Contented rumble 90 Tech class sites 92 Race of Norse gods 93 Mythical hero who

captured Cerberus 97 Enrapture 98 French folk tune used in basic instrument lessons 100 Like highways 101 Small decorative

case

102 Sporty Chevy 103 Art Deco artist 104 Small fry

105 Boosts

106 Like chalet roofs

107 Rolltop, for one

Down

1 Polish language 2 Give (out)

3 Road Runner

cartoons landscape feature

4 Mobile judge,

perhaps

5 Winter cause of a

roof leak, maybe 6 Parachute lines 7 Toe the line 8 Heston was its pres. from 1998 to

2003

9 Leap named for a

Swedish skater 10 Asthmatic’s device 11 For the most part 12 Dudek of “Mad

Men”

13 Bit player 14 Equestrian gear 15 Former poisoning

treatment

16 Sole source

17 Rival of Bjorn 18 Dispatch

24 Split __

25 Tot’s wheels 29 Bedard who voiced Pocahontas in the 1995 Disney film 31 Campfire treat 32 Carried

33 Jabber

34 Privilege 35 Course warnings 36 Burger go-with

37 Power source

38 __ point

39 Put on quite an act 41 Anklets, e.g. 45 Sitting Bull’s

people

46 Grumpy mood 47 “Anything __ we

can do?”

49 Sources of shots 50 Not familiar with 51 Casual material 52 “Yu-Gi-Oh!” genre 53 Part of a flower 57 Start of two U.S.

state names 58 They’re found in

veins

59 Muffin topping 60 Three-piece

pieces

61 Symbol seen in

viola music 62 Numbers game 63 Sales rep’s form 64 Paparazzi quarry 65 Former Maine

senator Olympia 66 Artisan group 67 High-end German

appliance brand 68 Up and about 70 King with a magic

touch 71 Letter-shaped

girders

72 Judge’s response 74 Most Rwandans 78 Greyhound crash

sites?

79 Cold oatmeal

cereals

80 Heart chambers 81 Obsolescen­t laptop

feature 82 Approximat­ely 84 Colonel Sanders

trademark

85 Small coffee maker

output

86 Like a deformed

tree trunk

89 Golfer Calvin 90 Bombard, as with

snowballs

91 Ali, once

92 Start to correct? 93 Samsung product 94 Fishing decoy 95 Laryngitis docs 96 Try to find 98 Post-Manhattan

Project org. 99 “Fool (If You Think It’s Over)” singer

Chris

 ??  ?? Last week’s answers can be found in today’s “Puzzle Island Solutions.”
Last week’s answers can be found in today’s “Puzzle Island Solutions.”

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