UNI­VER­SAL CROSS­WORD

The Herald-Sun (Sunday) - - Puzzles - BEAR-LY MAK­ING IT By Tim­o­thy E. Parker

ACROSS

1 5 9 13 19 20 Gasp like a pup Pink-slip

Hindi cour­tesy ti­tle Ge­o­logic lay­ers Geom­e­try cal­cu­la­tion Pre­fix in the farm­ing in­dus­try

Party times, of­ten Al­ready se­lected Per­son like you Poly­graph failer Choice rat­ing

Gave a speech

The for­est dur­ing hi­ber­na­tion sea­son? Catches via rope

Type of welder So­ci­ety ball rookie, for short

34 Apt. sec­tions

37 Skip over in­ten­tion­ally 40 Type of pig

44 Work with much ef­fort 45 Un­fair hunt­ing weapon? 51 Web-hop­per’s land­ing 52 Come closer to

53 Make shrink, as light 54 Idyl­lic spring set­ting 55 Fig­u­ra­tive ex­pres­sion

57 TV se­ries genre

60 Daffy Duck, for one 62 Free­dom fro­mac­tiv­ity 64 Kinks song

66 Pre­fix for new

67 Dosage amt., some­times 70 Mil­i­tary unit formed in a

cave?

76 Se­ri­ous bag check­ing org. 77 Mr. Eisen­hower, in­for­mally 78 Word that re­turns 79 Swine­like beasts

80 Birds with blue eggs 83 Group con­vened via pope 86 Sire

87 Mov­ing cir­cu­larly

90 Golf scor­ing stan­dard 92 One Great lake

94 Bucks’ mates

95 Ur­sine bomb drop­pers? 100 Socked dig­its

101 Like an 11-yard kick, e.g. 102 75-Down song

103 Be se­lec­tive

104 Above, for po­ets

106 Sound heard while get­ting

milk

108 Neigh­bor of Uganda

113 Fighter us­ing its claws only? 120 “The Blue ___” (1946 flick) 122 Be paid from work

123 Myan­mar cur­rency unit 124 Ro­man love poet

125 “Where’s Eu­gene?” an­swer 126 Lose con­trol via brakes 127 Im­plore

128 A ___ pit­tance

129 Many four-door cars 130 “Guard­ing ___”

(1994 movie)

21 22 23 24 25 26 27

31 32 33 131 132 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 28 29 30 35

36 It re­quires tidy­ing Penn­syl­va­nia school (with 99-Down)

DOWN

Pon­tiff-re­lated Sports venue Ex­i­gen­cies

Some sweet pas­tries Non-P.C. stock mover Op­posin’ Crea­ture that si­dles Di­vided penin­sula Young’un fit for this puz­zle Say with con­fi­dence “Stand ByMe” singer

___ King Ma­nip­u­la­tive type Bis­cuit­like cake

Hurt rhyth­mi­cally Horse type

Body in a huge belt Sim­ple shirt

Word that con­nects Part of 15-Down Myth­i­cal craft of Ja­son Dutch cheese

“The Ad­ven­tures of ___ and Otis”

Large amount 38 Like a wind­shield need­ing scrap­ing

Drop of sad­ness Road­side bomb inits. Spad or brad

Fer­ret rel­a­tive

Peter the Great was one Po­lice warn­ers

Place of bliss Trans­plant ferns

Start of somemu­sic syl­la­bles

49 U-turn from ex­port 50 “What did I tell you?” 51 Walk proudly

56 Suf­fix with Ja­pan

58 Dust speck

59 “Smart” guys

61 Ocean kin

63 Like only some mush­rooms 65 Like old fire­places

67 DC Comics su­pervil­lain 68 Speech from a blowhard 69 Bother­some in­sects, e.g. 71 Enjoy Vail

72 Bowler’s tar­get, some­times 73 Re­ally stupid mis­take

74 ___ Four (the Bea­tles) 75 Elab­o­rate­mu­si­cal

pro­duc­tion

39 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 80 Span­ish rivers

81 Din­ner crumb

82 Cul-de-___ (some dead ends) 84 Bo Derek thriller

85 Stylish gown­maker 87 Memo be­gin­ner,

some­times

88 Come to a halt 89 De­spi­ca­ble

91 Box score stat 93 UAEmem­bers

96 Hor­ror film fea­ture 97 Kenny “Baby­face” ___ 98 Pe­riod of­many ages (var.) 99 See 132-Across

104 Gib­son gar­nish

105 “Good Times” sur­name 107 Caulk kin

109 Heavy ex­plo­sive de­vice 110 Not even once

111 Type of farm or sec­tion 112 El­iz­a­beth of cos­met­ics 114 Kor­but of gym­nas­tics fame 115 Bird’s birth­place

116 Snatch or grab

117 Part of the hu­man eye 118 Stringed in­stru­ment of old 119 Pup’s tail movements 120 A cou­ple in­Mex­ico

121 You ___ here

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