The New York Times Crossword

Orlando Sentinel (Sunday) - - FUNNY PAGES - By Eric Ber­lin / Edited by Will Shortz

Across 1 Shake­spearean fa­ther of three “I agree!” En­joys the sun Pants ma­te­rial Ap­prox­i­mately Syco­phant Earth tone Movie with a shootout at high noon, maybe ____ Ma­jor Band book­ings Out­side the city Any mem­ber of Abba Au­to­mo­tive de­but of 1957 Some univ. hirees Turk­ish inn Hor­ror writer Peter

Stole, in slang Cold treat What’s needed in or­der to es­cape this crossword Sand­wich loaf Pitcher Her­shiser De­clares to be true

In­die rocker with the 2009 N0. 3 al­bum “Mid­dle Cy­clone”

Not do­ing well A snap

____ jure (law phrase) Tobac­conist ____ Sher­man Vir­tu­ous ones N.Y.C. sub­way org.

Words of de­nial Round fig.

A lit­tle, mu­si­cally 5 9 14 19 20 21 22

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27

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127 128 Char­cu­terie stock Ly­cées, e.g. What to do with the items ref­er­enced in 41-Across Nat­u­ral-light dis­play

Move smoothly to the next thing Great ____

Billy ____ Wil­liams Like Rus­sia prior to 1917

One of a cou­ple Neon and oth­ers Apollo, to Zeus Off­shore Possesses, to the Bard

Kind of bat­tery Fi­nal des­per­ate ef­fort

Tickle the ____ Pre­fix on some first-aid prod­ucts “____ had it!” Af­ter fol­low­ing the in­struc­tions at 70-Across, how to es­cape this puzzle

Not as much Rat­ings pi­o­neer Ed­mon­ton ath­letes “Fine with me” Ger­man name com­po­nent, of­ten Un­cool one Un­con­ven­tional James of the West “Just foolin’?” Al­ge­rian port Get to­gether “Give it ____!” Verdi so­prano Grp. founded by 12 coun­tries Luau, ba­si­cally Broth­ers’ name in R.&B. Sym­bol of fire pre­ven­tion Ve­hi­cle that re­quires no fuel Down

1 Name one can “skip to” Goof Con­fi­dently said Pre-GPS sta­ple Sub­ject with vari­ables Daily ____ (Bri­tish pa­per)

Part of some phys­i­cals: Abbr. At­tribute of many po­lit­i­cal ads Soup with a red color

Pre­fix with pres­sure Re­act with fear or de­light Ralph and Al­ice, on old TV Ac­tress Ward Trig func­tion Na­tive Iowan Cit­i­zen of: Suf­fix Ac­tor Beatty It’s mined, all mined! Com­mon mid­dle name for girls Con­stantly fid­get­ing, say Game with 42 ter­ri­tory cards Slovenly type Pre­fix with byte “Fa­mous ____” (slo­gan on Idaho li­cense plates) Pause

Went on and on Yid­dish cries Sec­ond of April? Wretched smell “Hey! That hurts!” Kind of Hol­ly­wood ro­mance Lit­er­ary schol­ars de­bate what’s in it

Get­ting to the point? Solution to a maze Specks

They might drop down 2 3 4 5

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110

111 112 113 115

117 119 120 Al­most for­ever Noth­ing more than

Latin 101 word Petty dis­agree­ment Also Be­lea­guers Hor­ri­ble headache Anes­the­si­ol­o­gist’s con­cern

“The Bridge at Narni” pain­ter In­ter­net sen­sa­tion

Nut whose name sounds like a sneeze Shock, in a way Flow­er­ing ever­green shrubs Bucks Ad­min­is­trants of cor­po­ral pun­ish­ment “Can you ex­plain that fur­ther?” Re­quir­ing in­tel­lect

It might end in a ZIP code: Abbr. Ph.D. re­quire­ment: Abbr.

Tiny “tiny” Fo­rum greet­ing For­mer Yan­kee nick­name Soft and smooth Happy win­ter­time news for schoolkids Semi fuel Golfer Michelle Kinds “Awe­some!” Cal­i­for­nia city north of Ven­tura Myth­i­cal queen of Carthage Your and my

It has a big deck Aunt: Sp. Toledo-toColum­bus dir. A Kar­dashian Dined

Silent ap­proval

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