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The Saratogian (Saratoga, NY) - - YOUR DAILY BREAK - Edited by Rich Nor­ris and Joyce Ni­chols Lewis

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1 Beloved Bri­tish princess 6 Cloth­ing de­signer Perry 11 Lak­ers ri­vals, on NBA score­boards 14 Im­pro­vise 15 Cool­ness un­der pres­sure 16 Ev­ery bit (of) 17 *Base­ball bat­ting statis­tic mea­sured in de­grees 19 In ad­di­tion 20 Ari­zona city or land­form 21 Cu­cum­bers used as pickles 23 Pey­ton’s quar­ter­back brother 25 Cooking need 27 10-Down may have a sixth one 28 *Com­mon food thick­en­ing agent 32 Beet or gin­ger 33 Ac­cus­tom (to), as hard­ship 34 Best songs count­down list 36 Soy sauce of­ten gluten-free 38 Ac­tress __ Brie of “Mad Men” 42 In­laid art­work 46 Em­cee’s open­ing 47 Cres­cent point 50 *High-rank­ing heav­enly be­ings 52 Dad’s brother 54 Ap­pear to be 55 Corned beef on __ 56 Fra­grant climb­ing plant 58 Make, as money 61 Al­toids con­tainer 62 “Don’t give up yet!” ... or a hint to the an­swers to starred clues 66 Num­ber of U.S. states with three-word cap­i­tals 67 Fib­ber’s ad­mis­sion 68 Fa­ble writer 69 Rx writ­ers 70 In the ball­park 71 Cal­en­dar en­tries

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1 In­dian lentil dish 2 Boise’s st. 3 Foil metal 4 Yel­low-striped pool ball 5 Ba­sics 6 MPG-test­ing org. 7 In olden times 8 Start to shine 9 Capri or Wight 10 See 27-Across 11 Guy watch­ing Tele­mu­ndo, prob­a­bly 12 Pete of the N.Y. Mets who broke Aaron Judge’s rookie record for home runs in 2019 13 Room for a broom 18 “Ver­rrry funny” 22 Let­ter spac­ing tech­nique, in ty­pog­ra­phy 23 High­way off-ramp 24 Singer Del Rey 26 Tolkien crea­ture 29 Stomp all over 30 Pro­tag­o­nist 31 L.A. com­muter org. 35 Tiger’s ex-wife 37 “Love __ Bat­tle­field”: Pat Be­natar hit 39 Most harsh 40 Paris air­port 41 Smell de­tec­tor 43 Hall of talk TV 44 Frozen pe­ri­ods 45 Guer­rilla Gue­vara 47 Made-to-or­der 48 Chillax 49 Movie takes 51 Con­gre­ga­tion re­sponse 53 Moral stan­dard 57 Gloomy aura 59 Some­what 60 Flight­less South Amer­i­can bird 63 Suf­fix with fluor64 __ v. Wade 65 Short al­bums, for short

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