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Los Angeles Times Sunday Crossword Puzzle

- EDITED BY RICH NORRIS AND JOYCE “SOUNDS FAMILIAR” By MARK FELDMAN dNiItCeHdO­bLySRLiEch­WNISorris and Joyce Nichols Lewis

ACROSS

1 Only astronaut to fly in the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo programs 8 Sushi order 11 Short blue

person? 14 Exile of 1979 18 Small bits of

color 19 Easter lead-in 20 “Xanadu” rock

gp. 21 Aqua __: U.K. mineral water brand 22 Place for

reading recipes? 24 Fragrant teaflavori­ng shrubs 26 Quakers in

forests? 27 Emailed 28 Ink on a

billionair­e? 29 Extreme

disorder 30 Through 31 Madrid mama

bear 33 “The Bald Soprano” playwright 34 City center street performer? 38 Flash __ 39 Third-party

accounts 43 Provide with the

latest 44 Green stone 45 Where one trying to score may be out 46 U.S. Army

medal 48 Classic Pontiac 49 __ pool 50 Like some

stockings 51 Congers 53 React to a sprint 55 A montage of them was presented at the 2006 Oscars 56 Native Alaskans 58 Fencing moves 61 Nothing special 62 Bit of carelessne­ss at cocktail hour? 64 Long stretches 66 They’re usually

unbeatable 68 Accustoms (to) 69 Storied building

material 70 Fit 71 Feds under

Ness 72 Current amount 73 Mail ctrs. 75 Stadium cheer 78 Offbeat 79 Eyed impolitely,

with “at” 80 Bath buggy 81 Not at all light 83 Corn syrup

component 84 Joplin’s “Maple

Leaf __” 85 Postal mishap? 89 Legislativ­e

group, e.g. 91 Backing-up key 92 Bit in a horse’s

mouth 93 Cleaning tools,

for short 97 Starter for a noncompeti­tive race? 99 Deli stock 101 Formed with the tip of the tongue, like the letter L 103 Property

receivers, at law 104 Reality TV

believer? 106 Axes 107 KC-to-NYC dir. 108 “The Ice Storm”

director Lee 109 Acted like 110 Most massive known dwarf planet 111 Rehab hurdle 112 Screening org. 113 Western movie

threat

DOWN

1 Imagine,

colloquial­ly 2 Horse-andbuggy ride sounds 3 Cod relatives 4 Library vol. ID 5 Letters after pis 6 1906 Runabout,

e.g. 7 Shows hospitalit­y toward, as a visitor 8 Before long, to

Shakespear­e 9 Bird named for

its cry 10 Annoy 11 “This seems

familiar” word 12 Jubilance 13 University of

Idaho city 14 Malice 15 Spider that

stalks its prey 16 Opening

number? 17 Surely is

18 Con job 23 Bar

specificat­ion 25 “Death in

Venice” author 28 Aspect 30 Bugs with

brakes 32 Wrapped in a

blanket, say 34 Mosque toppers

35 Due 36 Block off 37 Award-winning Mark Tatulli comic strip 39 Relaxes 40 Apply, as a

brake 41 Lawn chair 42 Hanks sobriquet for films like “You’ve Got Mail”? 44 Fashionist­a

dog? 46 Knish sellers 47 Ooze 49 Oxlike antelope 52 Stretch 53 Letters before

chi 54 Duchamp

contempora­ry 56 “What about

me?!” 57 Layered Italian

dessert 58 General

direction 59 Bullfight figure 60 Traps 62 Long-running

forensic series 63 First name in an

1857 case 65 Activist Greta

Thunberg, e.g. 67 Hosp. units 69 Suspect 72 End of a ball

game? 73 Like table salt 74 Composer of solo violin études 75 “Vive le __!” 76 Karen of

“Starman” 77 Fashion lines 80 Introducti­on 81 Portraitis­t John

Singer __ 82 Long-vowel

symbols 83 Tatami, e.g. 85 Leave

speechless 86 “Thanks, it’s

already done” 87 “Stay” singer Lisa seen in GEICO ads 88 “Get a move

on!” 90 Salad green 93 Like some

popular videos 94 Perceptive 95 Pole tossed by

a Scot 96 Downhill traveler 98 Applicatio­ns 100 Discipline with

stretches 101 Lie next to 102 Hide 104 Cricket club 105 Thurman of

“Pulp Fiction”

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