N.Y. TIMES CROSSWORD

The Fresno Bee (Sunday) - - Fun & Games - BUZZ CUT By Ruth Bloomfield Margolin Edited by Will Shortz

ACROSS

1 Myth­i­cal hunter 6 Cur­mud­geon

10 Fa­mous Mus­ke­teer

15 Crack

19 Glow­ing re­minder 20 Hous­ton univer­sity 21 Bond-film sta­ple

22 “Other peo­ple,” per Sartre 23 Face­book friends weigh­ing in on the new belly­but­ton ring? 26 Gym­nast Kor­but

27 Flat pan­cake fill­ing? 28 Cus­to­dian’s need 29 Wood­wind cat­e­gory 30 Cell­phone user’s choice 32 When some­thing goes live 35 Fish dish

36 Dr.’s or­der

37 Princess whomakes a plea via a holo­gram

39 Draw

40 Jacques of French com­edy 42 Mozart’s “____ Pa­s­tore” 44 L’eggs brand bikini? 48 Typ­i­cal fan of Dick Clark’s “Amer­i­can Band­stand” 51 Blue ma­te­rial 52 Arafat’s grp. 53 Nickname of a 2010s pop idol, with “the” 55 Valerie Harper ti­tle role 56 Ex­ten­sion of a chicken breast

59 “Git!” 61 “In­ter­viewer” who asked Buzz Aldrin whether peo­ple on the moon were friendly

62 Sci­en­tific in­quiry? 65 Fam­ily nickname

67 Bugs and Thumper

69 End of an ____

70 Fi­nal scene of “Antony and Cleopa­tra”?

74 Speak lov­ingly 75 1979World Se­ries op­po­nents of the 63-Downs 77 Big-spend­ing de­mo­graphic group

78 South end?

79 Lake in “Casino Royale” 80 Axes 84 Com­pet­i­tive video gam­ing 86 It rou­tinely goes off when you’re out

88 Seethe

89 3-D mea­sure­ment: Abbr. 90 Il­lu­sory il­lus­tra­tion 94 Cam­per with­out a cam­per, say

96 Like a con­firmed peacenik? 100 Swim­mer Tor­res with

12 Olympicmed­als

101 “____ mir­a­cle!”

102 Mideast land: Abbr.

103 Mideast land

104 Klutz 106 Easy ques­tion to an­swer 108 Stick on a Christ­mas tree 112 Ac­tor with a fa­mous side kick 114 Coat-of-arms bor­der

115 Physics unit

116 Born

119 Ad­di­tion­ally

120 “Our drive­way has been incredibly slip­pery since the storm!”?

124 Sham­bles

125 Shaw of 1930s-1940s swing 126 Gawk at

127 Ti­tle role in a Christ­mas opera

128 “The Cherry Or­chard” daugh­ter

129 Hoarse

130 Blen­der sound

131 Small iPods

DOWN

1 ____ vu

2 Shock jock Don 3 Scrape

4 Mar­shal atWater­loo 5 It­may be car­ried by the wind 6 Puz­zling

7 Agua source

8 Honda line

9 Hat for un artiste 10 Any­thing but ba­sic 11 Al­ter­na­tive to café

12 Brew made from apples 13 Fa­mous grouch 14 Get the job done

15 Class with drills 16 Par­ent’s fer­vent prayer to the school nurse? 17 Fish-tank film

18 Vanilla

24 Loud

25 Kat­niss’ part­ner in “The Hunger Games” 31 Famed act­ing coach Stella 33 An­i­mal with a pre­hen­sile snout

34 Re­in­forces, as con­vic­tions 35 Seneca, philo­soph­i­cally 37 Rel­a­tive of Inc. 38 Ram­dam

41 Po­lice dept. alerts 43 New-joint joint?

45 “It de­pends onmy sched­ule” 46 Ac­tress Glazer of “Broad City”

47 Away

49 Job in me­dia

50 Teases

54 Latin quar­ter

57 Pro­vide es­sen­tial info to 58 Group of moun­tains 60 Atomic clock time­keeper 62 One into jive 63 1979World Se­ries op­po­nent of the 75-Across

64 Like a sick baby? 66 Ice-cream eponym 68 Great­est-hits opener 71 Tor­tilla es­pañola in­gre­di­ent 72 Printer brand

73 Loudly com­mend

76 Main line

81 ABCs

82 Cry too much, say 83 Stitches

85 Nes­tle

87 Blend

91 Like the Kar­dashi­ans, eth­ni­cally

92 Pioneer in color TV

93 Pin num­ber? 95 Train­ing wheels? 97 Mother-of-pearl

98 Part of a long travel day, maybe

99 Milk from una vaca

104 Au­thor of the 2018 best­seller “Be­com­ing”

105 “The Wiz­ard of Oz” com­poser Harold

107 Stiller’s comic part­ner 109 Per­mit

110 Sound on Old Mac­Don­ald’s

farm

111 Mideast cap­i­tal

113 ____ Nos­tra

114 Heed

117 NATO al­pha­bet “E”

118 Slinky swim­mers

121 Good thing com­ing to those who wait 122 Coun­try­mu­sic’s ____ Young Band

123 Singer Sumac

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