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Crossword g Puzzle 2

- “POP QUIZ” By ROSS TRUDEAU Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Nichols Lewis

ACROSS

1 Broody genre

4 Bothersome sort

8 Writ word

14 “Yeah, right!”

18 Traveler’s app that can use crowdsourc­ed data

20 Creep (along)

21 “Little Miss

Dynamite” Lee

22 Gold rush animal

23 Question 1 (Baha Men, 2000)

26 Gainsborou­gh’s “The Blue Boy” et al.

27 Flustered

28 Book of Mormon prophet

29 iPod and iPad

31 Ability of Marvel’s Professor X

32 Use sparingly

34 Did an aria, say

36 Like some river bottoms

38 Question 2 (Third Eye Blind, 1997)

42 Smoothie berry

43 Like Cheerios

46 Shouldered

47 Crafty sort

48 With 79-Across, Question 3 (War, 1975)

50 Hall of Famer Reese

52 Get behind something, maybe

53 Golf club part

54 Goldberg who drew complex “machines”

55 Petrol measures

56 Buenos __

57 Bobby on ice 58 Romanov title 59 End of a ball game?

60 “Despicable Me” orphan

61 Question 4 (Jagged Edge featuring Nelly, 2001)

65 Thunders

67 Assistant

68 Electrical units

69 __ es Salaam

72 Housing choice

73 Sign of spring

75 Pod contents

76 Legal org.

77 Activity centers

78 Temptation for a gambler 79 See 48-Across

81 In the past

82 “Pearly Shells” singer

83 Ish

84 Victoria’s Secret spec

85 Question 5 (Justin Bieber, 2015)

89 Contests that take seconds?

90 Lassos

91 “The Communist Manifesto” co-author

94 “O, __ fortune’s fool!”: Romeo

95 Beatnik address

97 Little bit

98 Noble realm

101 Et __

102 Question 6 (Linda Ronstadt, 1975)

107 Philosophe­r Descartes

108 Chief

109 Zipped through 110 “Biggest Little City in the World”

111 Brewery units

112 Walked proudly

113 What many players shoot for

114 Common doo-wop solo instrument

DOWN

1 “Ick”

2 Half a menu fish

3 Stratosphe­ric shield

4 Brad of “12 Monkeys”

5 Formal “Door’s open”

6 Unstressed vowel sound

7 Not just any

8 Netflix competitor

9 Gases in some bulbs

10 Porgy’s beloved

11 Musician Brian

12 Ghanian-born soccer great 13 Got stood up at the café, say

14 Words while checking one’s calendar

15 Jack London classic, with “To”

16 Fashion monthly

17 Hardy heroine

19 Springy

24 Spot

25 Two-sport Sanders

30 Bread in a skillet

33 You, biblically

34 Vermont skiresort

35 Scary beasts

36 Handled

37 Blood of the Greek gods

39 Madrid’s peninsula

40 Portends

41 Subjects of split decisions?

43 Disagreeab­le necessitie­s

44 Being litigated

45 Poetic contractio­n 49 Prefix with pod or scope

50 Accumulate­d

51 Military camps

52 Crossword title, often

55 “Interprete­r of Maladies” Pulitzer author Jhumpa __

56 Tennis legend Andre

60 Language or people of the central Andes

61 Rolls of money

62 “Amélie” star Audrey

63 Rodeo competitor

64 Lifting, maybe

65 Golfer’s “tall stuff”

66 Orientatio­n procedure

69 Steps on the floor?

70 Singer Paula

71 Talks hoarsely

72 Wad of tobacco

73 Skater Harding 74 Dumas’ Count de la Fère

78 Nocturnal hunters

79 Radius, for one

80 Galápagos Islands’ country

82 Time for action

83 Katey of “Sons of Anarchy”

86 Spruces (up)

87 Asked for a tuna

treat, maybe 88 Whole

89 Pickle flavoring

92 High-end camera

93 Cavalry blade

95 Like grim humor

96 Sheltered, at sea

97 Chinese leader?

99 Chianti and Bordeaux

100 Actress Suvari

103 Worked (up)

104 Canal site

105 Cozy cat seat

106 Publish identifyin­g material about on the Web

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