CROSS­WORD PUZ­ZLE: MATCH PLAY

The Herald-Sun (Sunday) - - Puzzles - By Erik Agard

ACROSS

1 Chunks of land

7 “Be on the look­out” mes­sages, for short

11 Per­son to take com­plaints to, in­for­mally

14 Polo of “The Fos­ters” 18 Pop­u­lar Do­mini­can dance 20 Leave quickly

21 Mu­si­cal Yoko

22 Get a ____ on some­one 23 Sou’wester

25 Abbr. in­many blood type names

26 “Logic dic­tates ...”

27 It’s usu­ally put in the mid­dle of a ta­ble

28 Late hours

31 Messes up

35 Down­fall in pin­ball

37 Mu­sic ex­port fromTokyo, for short

38 Sciences’ coun­ter­part 39 “Jeez!” 41 Princess­who says, “I rec­og­nized your foul stench when Iwas brought on board” 43 Campy 1972 vam­pire film 45 Peace marches

48 Grub

51 Part of a preschool day 52 Opin­ion

53 Nir­vana seeker

56 Soror­ity let­ter

57 For­bid­dance

58 Mast­head list, for short 60 More lit, per­haps

62 “Af­ter Earth”

69 Pot­head

70 ____ Lama

71 Do the­wave?

72 What un de­sierto lacks 74 Lyri­cal lament

75 Not able to catch some­thing 77 Growth ring

80 Far­thest point in an or­bit

around the­moon 82 This­woman

83 Clo­sure open­ing?

84 Vote in France

85 Blue swaths on maps

87 They fol­lowoohs

90 Like the sim­plest in­struc­tions 95 Talk showhost Co­hen 97 Trade punches

100 Hills with gen­tle slopes on one side and steep slopes on the other

103 Fake

104 Verdi tragedy

105 “Grand Ole” venue

106 Say­whether or not you’ll at­tend 108 Blowout

110 Im­broglio

111 Prostates

115 French 101 verb

117 Col­lab­o­ra­tive site

118 Snatch

119 Game­sug­gested by this

puz­zle’s theme

125 Racer Luyendyk

126 Half of dos

127 Tak­ing care of things

128 Nickel-and-dim­ing sort

129 They might break out in hives 130 Cock­apoo or cock­a­too,

maybe

131 Cpls.’ su­pe­ri­ors

132 Ac­to­b­se­quiously DOWN 1 At­lanta-based cable inits. 2 Cold andwet

3 Term in ten­nis, golf and base­ball, all­with dif­fer­ent mean­ings

4 Hero in­terred in San­taClara, Cuba

5 “Later, luv”

6 Rhyming nick­name in Car­di­nals his­tory 7 Midriff­mus­cles, for short 8 “Oh, quit be­ing silly!” 9 Sailor in the Navy 10 Seat­belt, e.g.

11 “C’mon, be se­ri­ous”

12 ____ Day vi­ta­mins

13 Rémy Martin prod­uct 14 Bridge-sup­port­ing frame 15 Dulles de­signer 16 Pasta-sauce brand 17 Long­time singing tal­ent show, fa­mil­iarly

19 ____-vaxxers

24 Singer Reese

29 Gar­ment­worn by John Roberts

that’s hid­den in his­name 30 R&B’s ____ Hill

31 Bris­tol, Conn.-based cable inits. 32 Sis­ter and wife ofCronus, in

myth

33 Col­lect fromthe soil

34 Re­sult of a re­li­gious schism 36 Camp­ing need

40 Ja­panese dogswith turned-up

tails

42 Neigh­bor ofWyo. 44 Com­mer­cial rhymefor “Fa­mous”

46 Trans­mits

47 Part of aMario cos­tume 49 Part of a “Which came first?” dilemma

50 Com­ment be­fore “Imissed that” 54 Direc­torVan Sant

55 Cross

59 Maker of the gameZaxxon 61 ____ con­tendere

62 Pad al­ter­na­tive 63 Chi­ne­seNewYear treat

64 One of the Cas­tros

65 Shed ma­te­rial

66 Dwarf planet with more mass

than Pluto

67 Good throw?

68 “Get outta here!”

70 ____ Taurasi, all-timeWNBA scor­ing leader 73 Sup­ple­men­tary item 76 Suf­fixwith­methyl 78 Gym­nas­tics flip 79 Ari­zona cap­i­tal of the Navajo Na­tion

81 ____ Ger­many

86 Rel­a­tively cool stel­lar phe­nom­e­non 88 “Comea­gain?” 89 Some­bath­roomin­stal­la­tions 91 Brother ofHam

92 Play starter? 93 Sand-bur­row­ing ma­rine crea­tures

94 Rea­sons to do some­thing 96 Quaint de­mo­graphic

group­ing

98 No. 2

99 Revved up

101 Time­line part

102 Align

107 “¡Let’s go!”

109 Some­flight board info

111 Mop

112 Poop out

113 Over

114 ____ in­ter­view

116 Coin in­Köln

120 Sci-fi CGI cre­ations

121 De­but, metaphor­i­cally

122 Deal­er­ship ex­panse

123 I prob­lem?

124 Hem­but not haw?

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