SUN­DAY NEW YORK TIMES CROSS­WORD – AN­SWERS ON PAGE 4D

The Tribune (SLO) (Sunday) - - Fun & Games - BY PATRICK BERRY / EDITED BY WILL SHORTZ

ACROSS

1Goes to grab a bite, say

14 What a crop top ex­poses

21 “Any­thing else, or can I go?”

22 “1984” su­per­state that in­cludes Amer­ica 23 Early reel-to-reel de­vices

24 Ex­pired IDs?

25 “Mar­riage Ital­ian-Style” star

26 Give mouth-to­mouth to?

27 Donny who won “Danc­ingWith the Stars”

29 Con­struc­tion on Broad­way

30 Speak sharply

31 Stock­pot ad­di­tion 32 Stick­ers form­ing a patch

33 Keep it un­der your hat!

34 Petu­lant ex­pres­sion 35 Leaves mys­ti­fied

36 Soda brand with more than 90 fla­vors

37 Ances­try

41 Picks up

42 Tommy or Jimmy of jazz

43 As a whole

44 Two for one?

45 Case work­ers?

46 Golf­ing haz­ards

47 ____ pasta (far­falle) 48 2018’s de­bate over “Yanny or Lau­rel,” e.g.

49 Joey Pot­ter’s por­trayer on “Daw­son’s Creek”

51 Travel on-line?

55 Re­cep­tive to new ideas

56 Party of 13?

58 Home arena of the Bru­ins and Celtics

59 Pain­ter’s roll

60 Over­flow

61 Trunk fas­tener?

62 Lets out

63 Ringo Starr’s real first name

67 Palate cleanser in a mul­ti­course meal

68 Rep­tiles that can walk on ceil­ings

69 Casanova’s in­trigues

70 Ran into in court? 71Wigs out

72 On the take

73 ____ the Great (ninth-cen­tury English king)

74 Ce­real in­gre­di­ent 75 Places to crash on road trips

76 Very

77 Purely aca­demic

78 Striker’s re­place­ment

82 Copa América cheer

83 Cen­tury in Amer­i­can pol­i­tics

84 Brew­ery sights 85 In the ball­park 86 Old “It cleans your breath while it cleans your teeth” slo­ga­neer

88 Aw­fully large

91 Takes to the sky 92 Pa­prika looka­like 93 Fore­run­ners of com­bines

94 You can’t go back on them

DOWN

1 Cries loudly

2 Greek hero killed by a gi­ant scor­pion

3 Who once said, “You wouldn’t have won if we’d beaten you” 4Win ev­ery prize in

5 Green house­warm­ing gift 6Wordsworth wrote one on im­mor­tal­ity

7 Crank up the amp to 11 and go wild

8 Name, as a suc­ces­sor

9 Es­sen­tially

10 Many fac­ulty mem­bers, in brief

11 Stan who co-cre­ated Spi­der-Man

12 Pre­sented per­fectly 13 Court­room pe­ri­ods 14 Trav­els by car

15 Touch­screen ar­ray 16 Doc­u­ment kept in a safe

17 Un­trust­wor­thy sort 18 Sort of

19 Shiny bee­tle dis­liked by fruit grow­ers 20 You should avoid feed­ing on them

28 Food& Wine and Field & Stream

31 Rock mu­si­cian with a knight­hood

32 Dead­beat stu­dent at TV’s High­land High

33 “The Lady Is a Tramp” lyri­cist

34 Stephen King novel with a mis­spelling in the ti­tle

35 Like some tires

36 Shade in the woods

37 Steve who co-cre­ated Spi­der-Man

38 Ab­sorbed

39 Ex­press

40 Mud­dling through 41Wear­ers of white hats

42 Sphere

44 Game fea­tured in 2006’s “Casino Royale”

45 De­part­ment of Build­ings is­suance

47 Be­came in­sep­a­ra­ble

48 Sell­ing point?

50 Com­pa­nies that need help

51 Didn’t bid

52 An­cient Mex­i­cas, e.g.

53 Sis­ter of Tif­fany

54 It may be open for busi­ness

56 Un­kind, as crit­i­cism 57 Ger­man-Swiss author who won the 1946 No­bel in Lit­er­a­ture 59 Safer of

“60 Min­utes”

61 Sa­tine’s pro­fes­sion in “Moulin Rouge!”

63 Cop­per wheels? 64 Torch car­rier’s an­nounce­ment

65 Julius Cae­sar’s first wife

66 Calls from quar­ter­backs 67 Its shell doesn’t crack 68 U.S. Naval Acad­emy mas­cot 70 Small jumper 71 Show’s earn­ings 73 James of TV’s “How the WestWasWon” 74 Field with lots of growth? 76 Pan re­sis­tant to ag­ing 77 Ars ____ (ana­gram of “ana­grams,” aptly) 78 Slalom­ing spot 79 Ford Mus­tang, for one 80 Valu­able pos­ses­sion 81 Round units? 83 Stuff 84 What an es­say presents 85 Her 2018 al­bum “Danc­ing Queen” con­sists en­tirely of Abba cov­ers 87 Break 89Word spo­ken while wav­ing 90Well cho­sen

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