NEWYORK TIMES CROSS­WORD

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ACROSS

1 Took out 6 First-ever co­me­dian to ap­pear on the cover of Time (1960) 10 Singer with the 2017 #1 R&B al­bum “Ctrl” 13 Data stor­age

sites

15 Cookie for the calo­riecon­scious

17 ___ num­ber 18 Like some

pans

19 Me-first

at­ti­tude 21 Sur­prised

salu­ta­tion 22 Org. in 2007’s “Char­lie Wil­son’sWar” 23 Make rent 24 “Time for me

to shine” 25 Hun­gar­i­an­born math­e­mati­cian Paul

27 Does some

yard work 28 Em­bed­ded 30 Verb re­peated through­out Ex­o­dus 20 32 Largest sesamoid bone in the body 34 Mov­ing 38 What fin­ger

wags in­di­cate 40 Univer­sity

near Penn 41 Grind­ing

away

44 REM show? 46 Slew

47 Word on a red stamp, per­haps 49 Mus­cle used in dip ex­er­cises, in­for­mally 50 Stan­dards 51 Re­quir­ing a lot

of work 54 Prone

to sar­casm 55 Mahi-mahi, by an­other name 57 Al­ter­na­tive to

on­line dat­ing 58 Re­gur­gi­tate, as a baby would 59 Penn, e.g.:

abbr. 60 Trou­bles 61 1), 2), 3), etc.

DOWN

1 Some tragic ends, for short 2 First-ter­m­ers 3 It­maybe un­der pres­sure dur­ing an emer­gency 4 Bad

de­signs 5 Un­mind­ful 6 Brillo

al­ter­na­tives 7 Coun­ter­part of pizzi­cato, in mu­sic 8 Os­car­win­ning 1974 doc­u­men­tary about the Viet­namWar 9 Bun­cha 10 East­ern

re­li­gion 11 Gal­va­nized,

chem­i­cally 12 Brings to

a boil

14 Broke down for care­ful anal­y­sis 16 “Now you’re talk­ing!” 20 It made a big splash in 2001 21 [Snort] 26 “Well, whad­dya

know!” 29 Lead-in to tourism or ter­ror­ism 31 What isn’t le­gal for copy­ing: abbr.

33 “___ qué?” 35 Re­move from the ground 36 Equipped 37 As­sem­bly line

pi­o­neer 39 Goes with Mr. All Right? 41 They’re not in

the script 42 Claw 43 Con­gen­i­tal 45 Li­onel Richie’s “You ___” 48 Wo­man’s name that rhymes with a part of the world 52 In­verse

of giga53 Mi­nor

con­ces­sions 56 Spe­cial ___

Puz­zle by Lewis Dean Hy­att

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