N.Y. TIMES CROSS­WORD

The Fresno Bee (Sunday) - - Fun & Games - QUES­TION OF RE­SPON­SI­BIL­ITY By Richard Crowe Edited by Will Shortz

ACROSS

Moolah 1 6 Mea­sured with steps Part of a chapel 11 15

Bits of roasted co­coa beans Lays into 19 20

Act over the top Ex­ecu­tor 21 22

Natl. Audubon So­ci­ety con­cern Copy ed­i­tor

23 25

Go­ing coast to coast, maybe Like many a dis­tance run­ner 26 27 Span­ish pas­tries of­ten dipped in choco­late

28 Emmy, Grammy and Acad­emy Award win­ner

30 “Agreed!” 32 Straight 33 Po­lit­i­cal strate­gist 35 Feb. 13, e.g. 36 Some punches 38 Yelled “S, P, I, R, I, T! — spirit!” say

39 Make toast? 40 Laun­dry bas­ket­ful 41 The “Odyssey,” for one 45 Mu­seum cu­ra­tor 51 The, in Mi­lan 54 When dou­bled, a dessert 55 Prov­inces 56 Tof­fee-nosed sorts 57 Sar­to­rial choice for Lieu­tenant Columbo

59 “OK, I see” 61 Ma­jor Cal­i­for­nia pa­per, for short

62 It may have corn on the side 63 Foot­ball line judge 67 Get sit­u­ated, in Brit­s­peak 69 Cell ma­te­rial 70 Teensy bit 73 Shoul­der mus­cles 74 30-year in­vest­ments, in­for­mally

77 Car­toon style 78 One of the fish in Italy’s Feast of the Seven Fishes

79 Mo­nop­oly four­some: abbr. 80 Ma­ter­nity room nurse 82 “The ____ in love with you” (mis­heard lyric in a Herb Alpert hit)

84 In­flu­ence on Cas­tro and Mao 85 Gen­dered suf­fix 86 Clas­sic song with the lyric “I love your kiss”

90 Se­cret store 92 Ac­tress Blanchett 96 Par­a­sitol­o­gist

100 How Vito Cor­leone treated Tom Ha­gen in

“The God­fa­ther” 102 Pretty up, as a photo 103 Geraint’s love in “Idylls of the King” 104 Men­ace with teeth ex­posed 105 “____ Dinka Doo” (theme song of Jimmy Du­rante) 106 Cognac let­ters 108 Base­ball score­keeper 110 Bank­ing org. since 1933 111 Ohio nine

112 Place for a can­di­date to speak 113 Stock-val­u­a­tion phrase 114 What hearts do when things look bad

115 Web­site for hand­made items 116 South­west tribe 117 Blooms

DOWN

1 In style and let­ting ev­ery­one know it

2 Whipped 3 Sharp-minded

4 Twins Phil and Steve who won gold and sil­ver in Sara­jevo

5 Fab Four name 6 Sub­ject of early ge­net­ics re­search

7 Let­ters on some bowl­ing lanes

8 Duke bas­ket­ball le­gend, in­for­mally

9 Draws on glass, say 10 Frighten (from) 11 ____-com­pli­ant

12 Not yet proven

13 Boil

14 Oc­ca­sional aid in cross­word solv­ing

15 Ones hand­ing out cigars, stereo­typ­i­cally 16 More aloof

17 Ti­tle film char­ac­ter with the catch­phrase “Very nice!” 18 How cheaters deal cards 24 One of Goldilocks’ com­plaints

29 Some drone mis­sions, in short

31 Par­rot

33 Year of the ____ (2018) 34 Thick rug style 37 Thrilled cries

39 Shame

40 Where to get the lat­est poop?

42 Teem with

43 Dress like for a Hal­loween bash

44 Up the ____

45 “Hansel and Gre­tel” char­ac­ter

46 ____ Val­ley, Ariz. 47 Mois­t­ened fin­ger in an­other’s ear

48 Pouch at the bot­tom of an ar­moire 49 “Hon­est!”

50 Pro­voke 51 SpongeBob’s pet snail 52 Line at an awards show 53 Cruel

57 Issa who wrote

“The Misad­ven­tures of Awk­ward Black Girl” 58 Talk­ing to a baby, maybe 60 Mov­ing about

62 Money in Geneva

64 ____ Bridge (his­toric span Across the Mis­sis­sippi) 65 Duane and Reade, in NYC 66 Years, in Madrid 67 Poems of ad­mi­ra­tion 68 Stink

71 Non-____ (food la­bel) 72 “Yuck”

74 High chair?

75 Be un­re­al­is­tic

76 Destiny and fate, e.g.: abbr. 80 “So ____” (words of agree­ment) 81 Un­der con­trol

83 Hin­der 84 Tech­niques

87 Ge­or­gia, once: abbr. 88 Work of a life­time

89 Kind of hound 90 Tra­di­tional re­li­gion of Ja­pan 91 Un­clut­ter

92 Job at a drive-in joint 93 Not level 94 Unan­i­mously

95 Writes in

96 Home­less chil­dren 97 Lan­guage from which “dun­ga­rees” comes

98 Alan of “The In-Laws” 99 Grind

101 Turn down an of­fer 104 Con­ces­sions 107 “Gang­nam Style” rap­per 109 Roy­alty-fo­cused grp.

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