UNI­VER­SAL CROSS­WORD

The Fresno Bee (Sunday) - - Fun & Games - TIME TRAVEL By Erik Agard, edited By David Stein­berg

ACROSS

1 “Angie Tribeca” star Jones (Hint: Read 9-Down be­fore pro­ceed­ing!)

8 “Are you?” re­ply (Sun­day) 12 Flinty French wine 19 Fan­dom makeup

21 First square num­ber (Mon­day) 22 Like some mu­sic and lights 23 “Heaven for­bid!”

24 Part of UCSF (Tues­day) 25 Some­times-plucked mu­sic piece 26 Tater ___

27 Span­ish for south 28 Op­po­site of exo- (Wed­nes­day) 30 Cut off 31 Un­re­turn­able serve

32 Put back to zero

34 Tab­ula ___ (Thurs­day)

35 ___ Plus sham­poo 36 Dec­la­ra­tion of de­feat (Fri­day) 38 Went down a chute 41 DuVer­nay of film 42 Ghana’s cap­i­tal 45 Cam­pus ar­eas (Satur­day) 48 Bella Swan por­trayer Ste­wart 50 Noted Apache leader 53 Win­dow col­or­ing (Sun­day) 55 So­lu­tion for con­tacts 56 Sport­ing chants

57 Ca­ble

59 Ac­tress Fisher (Mon­day) 61 Pepe’s sur­name

62 Hi-___ im­age

63 In­tense en­thu­si­asm (Tues­day) 65 Gift get­ter

67 Flee se­cretly

69 Wavy trig func­tion (Wed­nes­day) 71 Firing

75 Made a choice

77 Places for mas­sages (Thurs­day) 79 In fa­vor of

80 Cricket’s sound

83 Train tran­sit (Fri­day)

85 ___ large (ob­vi­ous)

86 Apt first name for the last name Moss?

87 Like a di­rec­tor’s cut, usu­ally 89 Some lights, briefly (Satur­day) 91 Cold look

93 Tax re­turn ex­am­iner 95 Beach trees (Sun­day) 97 Dog-___ (well-worn) 98 Tri­dent-shaped Greek let­ter 99 The Chi-Lites’ “Have You ___ Her” 101 Boy so­pra­nos’ voices (Mon­day) 104 Coral habi­tats 106 Sculp­tor Hardi­son or play­wright Wil­liam (Tues­day) 109 Not ha­lal

110 “Don’t know yet,” on sched­ules 113 Cer­tain sausages, in­for­mally 115 Achilles’ weak spot (Wed­nes­day) 116 Up to, in ads

117 Turn sharply

118 Night lights? 120 Pre­fix for lat­eral (Thurs­day) 122 Kind of

124 Seat­tle has a wet one 125 Trade-___ (Fri­day)

126 Yo-Yo Ma and oth­ers 127 Per­sists with 128 Mouse-sight­ing yelp (Satur­day) 129 “TMI!”

DOWN

1 In­dian condi­ment

2 Like some com­mit­tees 3 Struck down, old-style 4 Golfers turn theirs

5 Fury

6 Less sparse

7 Evoke

8 Plea at sea

9 You might gain a day when you cross it (as all an­swers cross­ing this one do)

10 Dryer brand

11 Re­pairs, as fences

12 Apt place to wear kit­ten heels 13 Med. care op­tion 14 Ele­men­tary lessons

15 ___ curl (arm ex­er­cise) 16 Give 15%, say

17 Step in 18 Go from square one 20 Ther­apy top­ics

29 Ex­tra NBA pe­ri­ods

32 “The Last Jedi” di­rec­tor John­son 33 LGBT ac­tivist Mi­lan (sounds like “teak”)

36 Nat­u­ral hair­styles, for short 37 “Gloomy” guy 39 93-Across em­ployer 40 Re­gional lan­guage 42 An­cient mar­ket

43 A-lis­ter, e.g.

44 Plant re­lated to mus­tard 46 Com­pany be­hind many princesses

47 NBC sketch show, briefly 49 Aero­dy­namic

51 “This is too much”

52 Black Star rap­per

54 Slight amount

58 Talk smack about 60 Artwork made from small pieces 63 En­dear­ing chil­dren, to a Brit 64 Neat­ens

66 Very mean

68 Welsh dog

70 ENE op­po­site

72 “Alas, it looks like ...”

73 ___ Dame 74 Avarice

76 Hosp. fig­ures 78 Pro­duc­ing rain­bow col­ors, say 80 Re­buts a hater

81 Twist on a game

82 R&B star whose name con­tains a pe­riod

84 Swiss peak

86 Grade school orgs. 88 Caviar

90 Cam­era type (Abbr.) 92 “Does this ___ weird to you?” 94 Share with your fol­low­ers, in a way

96 “Doesn’t im­press me much” 100 Re­search ctr. in Bethesda 102 Pick­ling so­lu­tions 103 Hands-over-ears syl­la­bles 105 Step heav­ily

107 French nines

108 Lamp spirit

110 In need of mas­sag­ing 111 One-ups

112 Wed­ding gar­ment 114 Mmes., in Spain 117 Wed­ding gar­ment

119 ___ snail’s pace 121 Sham­ing sound 123 Fox­like, in a sim­ile

10/6 © An­drews McMeel Syn­di­ca­tion

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