NEW YORK TIMES CROSS­WORD

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28 30 32 34 38 Took out First-ever co­me­dian to ap­pear on the cover of Time (1960) Singer with the 2017 #1 R&B al­bum “Ctrl” Data stor­age sites Cookie for the calo­riecon­scious ___ num­ber Like some pans Me-first at­ti­tude Sur­prised sa­lu­ta­tion Org. in 2007’s “Char­lie Wil­son’s War” Make rent “Time for me to shine” Hun­gar­i­an­born math­e­mati­cian Paul

Does some yard work Em­bed­ded Verb re­peated through­out Ex­o­dus 20 Largest sesamoid bone in the body Mov­ing What fin­ger wags in­di­cate 40 41

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7 Univer­sity near Penn Grind­ing away REM show? Slew Word on a red stamp, per­haps Mus­cle used in dip ex­er­cises, in­for­mally Stan­dards Re­quir­ing a lot of work Prone to sar­casm Mahi-mahi, by an­other name Al­ter­na­tive to on­line dat­ing Re­gur­gi­tate, as a baby would Penn, e.g.: abbr. Trou­bles 1), 2), 3), etc.

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Some tragic ends, for short First-ter­m­ers It may be un­der pres­sure dur­ing an emer­gency Bad de­signs Un­mind­ful Brillo al­ter­na­tives Coun­ter­part of pizzi­cato, in mu­sic 8 9 10

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29 31 Os­car­win­ning 1974 doc­u­men­tary about the Viet­nam War Bun­cha Eastern re­li­gion Gal­va­nized, chem­i­cally Brings to a boil Broke down for care­ful anal­y­sis “Now you’re talk­ing!” It made a big splash in 2001 [Snort] “Well, whad­dya know!” Lead-in to tourism or ter­ror­ism What isn’t le­gal for 33 35

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copy­ing: abbr. “___ qué?” Re­move from the ground Equipped Assem­bly line pi­o­neer Goes with Mr. All Right? They’re not in the script Claw Con­gen­i­tal Li­onel Richie’s “You ___” Woman’s name that rhymes with a part of the world In­verse of giga53 Mi­nor con­ces­sions Spe­cial ___ 11/10

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