Hamilton Journal News

DAILY CROSSWORD

- By Catherine Cetta

ACROSS

1 Nannies and

billies

6 Skylit courtyards 11 Toyota

Prius, e.g.

14 Tin Pan __ 15 Transactio­ns

with interest 16 Pub pour

17 *Data transmissi­on science 19 Khaki-colored 20 Pedal pusher 21 Full moon, e.g. 22 Cartoon maker

of iron bird seed 23 Salinger teen who says, “I prefer stories about squalor” 24 *Elementary

school fundraiser 26 Whistle blower 28 Piece for three

instrument­s 29 They’re often

pop-ups

32 Major artery 36 Irritate

39 Quick swim 40 Fell behind 42 Golf ball holder 43 Stockpile

45 Dig deeply (into) 46 Pigs out (on),

briefly

47 Blacken in a pan 49 Dictator Amin 51 *Rank for TV’s

Columbo 56 “Shoo!”

60 The “I” in MIT:

Abbr. 61 Ceremonial conical structure 62 Tra-__: refrain

syllables

63 “__, humbug!” 64 Track meet infraction­s ... or short words hiding at the beginning of the answers to starred clues 66 Musician Brian 67 Had the flu, say 68 Cove, e.g. 69 Tennis do-over 70 Sanctify

71 Love to pieces 1 Faux pas

2 Mixed bags 3 “Tuesdays With Morrie” author Mitch

4 Wobble

5 Leb. neighbor 6 A, as in Athens 7 Invoice word 8 Employee’s reward 9 Motivate 10 Biblical beast of burden

11 Not be fooled by 12 San Antonio mission 13 Continue to subscribe 18 Decide on

22 Z __ zebra 25 Swapped 27 Patronizes, as a restaurant 29 Oral health org. 30 Not bright, as a light 31 Many a NASA mission

33 “Far out, dude!” 34 White-__: formal 35 Every one

37 Ref. work that added “YOLO” in 2016 38 Proposer’s preferred response 41 Paperless party announceme­nts 44 “__ up!”: “Quiet!” 48 Sell directly to the consumer 50 Manhattan or

Staten 51 Defame in print 52 Foolish 53 Woman’s name backward or forward 54 Vaulted alcoves 55 Requiremen­ts 57 Monte __ 58 Raise a hemline

on, say 59 Sample, as food 64 Tide alternativ­e 65 Spanish aunt

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