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Vi­o­lence on TV ... Bet­ter not stand too close

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - - Good Morning - by Merl Rea­gle

Note: This puz­zle is part of Merl’s best-of se­ries.

ACROSS

1 Mim­ick­ing bird 4 Much more than ma­jor 8 Where some junk ac­cu­mu­lates 15 Where in the world is Car­men Sandiego? 18 Se­cond per­son 19 Sepia, for one 20 From cause to ef­fect 21 Lady of the haus 22 Sand­wich sta­ples 24 Chi­nese veg­gies 26 Deputy 27 Brook­lyn team 29 Big-ticket item 30 Play sec­tion 31 One way to make desserts 34 Com­mon veg­gie 38 Took the bait? 39 Lorry driver’s drink 40 Sty cry 41 Dec­o­ra­tor color 43 Texas stew­pot 45 Se­vere 47 Dec­o­ra­tor color 51 Dine 53 One way to buy fruit 55 Never Wave at a ___ (1952 Roz Rus­sell film) 56 With me 57 Em­pha­sis word af­ter yes or no 58 Hav­ing zero dinero 59 Se­cond-hand caveat 61 Farm an­i­mal? 62 Food list 63 Oc­cu­pied a swing 64 Cry like a dog 65 Source of the vi­o­lence in this puz­zle 69 Swift’s The Tale of ___ 73 Bib­li­cal chest 75 Ye ___ Pie Shoppe 76 It means “within” 77 PlayS­ta­tion maker 78 Sky-blue 81 Trims, as pears 83 An­gry dog’s greet­ing 85 Berlin’s “What’ll ___” 86 Fix­ings for a dessert 88 Pop­u­lar sand­wich 90 Spouses, once re­moved 91 Bar­tok and Fleck 92 Au­thor Se­ton 93 Byrne of Brides­maids 94 Fic­tional es­tate 95 Ac­tor Gu­lager 96 Grou­cho’s Mem­oirs of a Mangy Lover, e.g. 97 Party con­tainer 102 Scrump­tious 108 Out of the way 109 Brouhaha 111 Dr. No star’s first name 112 Memo open­ing 113 Com­mon veg­gie 118 Rich-dessert com­ment 120 “Twas ___ was born” (Shak.) 121 Curie and Trudeau 122 Topaz au­thor 123 Shade tree 124 Priest or prophet ad­di­tion 125 Mod­er­ate in tempo 126 Rind lin­ing 127 Kid­napped auth.

DOWN

1 Unex­cit­ing drink 2 To have, in Le Havre 3 Hid­den hiker 4 Com­mon Latin abbr. 5 At­tack, puma-style 6 Na­tional open­ing? 7 Jai alai bas­ket 8 English fairy queen 9 Cochise was one 10 My Friend of film 11 The sev­enth sign 12 Shock­ing shout 13 Minero’s find 14 They fol­low the nu’s 15 Plasm pre­ceder 16 Shirt-dye­ing method 17 “Wake Up” girl of song 21 Ac­tress Nina 23 Great Im­pos­tor Fer­di­nand 25 Two-bit prac­ti­tioner 28 ___ 17 32 Ger­man dive bomber 33 Dressed 35 De­liv­ery cir­cuit 36 Church sup­port 37 Ar­row poi­son 41 Wipe out 42 Well-trav­eled Rhodes 43 U. of Maine town 44 Slow in tempo 45 Go on ___ (run amuck) 46 Founder of Per­sian Em­pire 47 Ma­jor blood car­ri­ers 48 Quid pro ___ 49 Your ol’ dad’s bro 50 Stock end­ing? 51 Times Sq. thor­ough­fare 52 Choice in chess 54 Pin-bash­ing org. 57 Ini­ti­ates a fax 60 Al­ley pick-ups? 62 Some run­ners 63 Made a solemn prom­ise 66 MacArthur’s last stand 67 The H of H&R Block 68 Ja­pan’s sec­ond­largest city 70 Drudges 71 Ex­ces­sive 72 Al­co­hol ad­vi­sory, party-style 74 CSA sup­porter 78 Grand slam? 79 Dr. Seuss crea­ture 80 Isl. in­stru­ment 81 It means “wing” 82 At­tor­ney-___ 83 Dawns 84 Sammy Cahn spe­cialty 87 Rhyme scheme 88 An­kle bones 89 Host of “Mon­ster­piece The­atre,” Alis­tair ___ 94 The other Van Gogh 95 Hid­ing place, some­times 96 High­way­man 97 Check re­cip­i­ent 98 They get hands-on ex­pe­ri­ence 99 McKin­ley’s Ohio birth­place 100 Tem­per­atvre in a Ray Brad­b­vry ti­tle 101 Preminger clas­sic 103 Frame job 104 Cer­tain New Zealan­der 105 I im­ply, you ___ 106 Rock ___ mu­sic 107 In­fec­tion cul­prits 110 “Fooey!” 114 New Deal agcy. 115 Sloth, for one 116 Let­ters af­ter a proof 117 Ab­bre­vi­ated abode 119 Bull or bear end­ing

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