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South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Sunday) - - Movies - BY OLIVIA MITRA FRAMKE — EDITED BY WILL SHORTZ

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1 Light­headed 6 Un­der­wa­ter work­places 13 One of four on the an­nual ten­nis cal­en­dar 18 Navel for­ma­tion? 19 Not re­newed 21 1836 siege set­ting 22 First name on the high bench 23 Fol­lower of deuce 24 Word­smith Peter Mark ____ 25 Lot of back and forth? 27 Al­ter­na­tive to grass 29 Place for a prize cer­e­mony 30 Nel­lie who wrote “Ten Days in a Mad-House” 31 Point of no re­turn? 34 Cer­tain corp. takeover 35 It’s meant to be 36 NBC hit since ’75 37 In­gre­di­ent in a Dark ’n’ Stormy 38 Mus­lim holy men 40 De­signer inits. 42 “Awe­some!” 43 Lead-in to line 44 Rod who was the 1977 A.L. M.V.P. 45 “Brides­maids” co-star 47 Food with an un­for­tu­nate-sound­ing last two syl­la­bles 50 Re­ally fancy 51 Dreams up 55 Sopho­cles tragedy 56 Get fur­ther mileage from 57 Vegetable or pasta, e.g. 58 Drip, drip, drip 59 An­nual sport­ing event that is this puz­zle’s theme 62 Out­side: Pre­fix 63 Re­ally green 64 St­ingy sort? 65 Many a pres­i­den­tial hope­ful: Abbr. 66 Trea­sure-map mark­ers 68 Os­tra­cize 69 Lead-in to boy or girl 70 Stan­dard info on sta­tionery nowa­days 72 U. of Md. player 73 Spot 74 Con­junc­tion in the Postal Ser­vice creed 76 The Ea­gles, on score­boards 78 Pérignon, for one 79 “Na­ture is the ____ of God”: Dante 81 Some­thing to live for 83 Chaney of silents 84 One at home, in­for­mally 85 Ape 88 “Zip it!” 89 Things found in clogs 90 Bour­bon Street’s lo­cale, in­for­mally 92 Frenzy 94 Sta­dium name near Citi Field 96 Spec­ta­tors’ area 98 “Har­lequin’s Car­ni­val” painter 99 James ____, Bel­gian painter in the move­ment Les XX 100 Flowchart sym­bol 101 Saskatchewan na­tive 102 It rep­re­sents you 104Old-timey 106First and last black key on a stan­dard pi­ano 108Gas type: Abbr. 109Lo­ca­tion of 59-Across 114 Fly-by-night? 115 Canapé top­per 116 Com­puter com­mand 117 Time to vote: Abbr. 118 Ital­ian car, in­for­mally 119 Lead-in to “Man,” “Woman” or “Fool” in Top 40 hits 120 Fur­ther 121 Part of U.S.T.A.: Abbr. 122 City grid: Abbr. 123 En­thu­si­asm 124 Lion or tiger

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1 Em­ploys 2 Not for keeps 3 Low soc­cer score 4 Wit­tily in­sults 5 Num­ber on a tro­phy 6 “Alas …” 7 One of a well­known septet 8 Inits. in 2010 news 9 Broad­way’s Car­iou 10 Com­puter key 11 Ut­terly unin­spir­ing 12 Os­carnom­i­nated Ge­orge of “Who’s Afraid of Vir­ginia Woolf?” 13 De­signer Ja­cobs 14 Emo­tion­ally de­tached 15 Jun­gle preda­tor 16 Code you don’t want to break 17 Re­turned to earth? 19 “I can’t talk now” 20 Louisville stand­out 26 Can­di­date for re­hab 28 Square dance ma­neu­ver 31 Os­car-win­ning film of 1984 32 Revel 33 Col­lege in Bos­ton 37 Whole host 38 “Why should ____?” 39 Win ev­ery game 41 Se­cu­rity agree­ment 43 One way to an­swer a server? 46 Win­ning words 47 Guy 48 Dweller along the Ber­ing Sea 49 The “L” of L.C.D. 52 Ge­nius Bar em­ploy­ees 53 Rel­ish 54 Rugged, as a land­scape 60 Im­po­tent 61 Paradigm 64 Sub­merge 67 Cy­ber­trash 71 Force (into) 72 When the diet starts, per­haps 75 Lo­cale for Char­lie Chan 77 Dat­ing-pro­file sec­tion 78 Den­ims 80 Pur­chases at tire shops 81 Do well with 82 Fit to be tied 86 How the Qu­ran is writ­ten 87 Film-re­lated ana­gram of AMER­I­CAN 88 City in Iraq’s Sunni Tri­an­gle 89 Clear the air? 91 “I’ll take that as ____” 93 Pro­fi­cient in 95 Much TV fare dur­ing the wee hours 97 Tow­ers over 103 Blue hue 105 Me­tal fas­tener 107 Three-per­son card game 110 Vox V.I.P.s 111 For­ever and a day 112 Red Sox Hall-of-Famer, to fans 113 “Bravo!”

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