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Times Standard (Eureka) - - BUSINESS - BY BY­RON WALDEN / EDITED BY WILL SHORTZ

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1 How some stock shares are sold 6 Cae­sar-salad in­gre­di­ent 13 Big name in swimwear 19 African grazer 20 Yal­itza ____, bestac­tress nom­i­nee for 2018’s ‘‘Roma’’ 21 Wood­work­ing ma­chine 22 R. J. Reynolds prod­uct that once spon­sored ‘‘The Dick Van Dyke Show’’ 24 Had legs, so to speak 25 Fly­ing class? 26 Like some leaves and knives 27 Blast 28 ‘‘The Con­fes­sions of ____ Turner’’ (1967 Pulitzer-win­ning novel) 29 Scrapped 30 One who might say, ‘‘Your money’s no good here’’? 31 Over­whelm­ing fa­vorite 33 Roof­ing ma­te­rial 34 Dyes that can be used as pH in­di­ca­tors 35 Echo voice 36 Eponym of Aqaba’s air­port 38 Ed­i­to­rial rev­er­sal 39 Sim­mer­ing sites 41 On the sched­ule 45 Chef’s cre­ation 47 Crosses one’s fin­gers 49 So­phis­ti­cated 50 Sub­jects of four fa­mous vi­o­lin con­cer­tos by Vi­valdi 52 Can’t take 54 Body part that’s also a He­brew let­ter 55 Christ, to Chris­tians 56 Fla­vor­ful 57 Colts, maybe 59 Sch. on Ch­e­sa­peake Bay 60 In­ter­stel­lar clouds 62 Fun­da­men­tal dis­po­si­tions 63 With 55-Down, in­ning en­ders 65 Pourable art ma­te­rial 66 Crea­ture seen bask­ing on the shores of the Galá­pa­gos 67 Su­per­man co-cre­ator Jerry 69 Sports icon with the au­to­bi­og­ra­phy ‘‘Faster Than Light­ning’’ 71 En­ter­tainer Min­nelli 75 Bit­coin and the like 77 47th U.S. vice pres­i­dent 78 Comic ac­tor whose wife left him to marry their neigh­bor Frank Si­na­tra 81 Airer of the gospel mu­sic re­al­ity com­pe­ti­tion ‘‘Sun­day Best’’ 82 Clas­sic Chevro­lets 84 Ea­gle­like 85 One with a small but de­voted fan base 87 AAA ser­vice 88 Re­strained from bit­ing 89 Places of in­tense scru­tiny 90 En­ter­tain­ment on a diner place mat, maybe 91 Alka-Seltzer tablet, for one 92 Early om­ni­vore 94 Re­turn­ing after cur­few, say 95 Sub­stance used to pre­serve the Dec­la­ra­tion of In­de­pen­dence 96 Apt rhyme for ‘‘bore’’ 97 ____ Pieces 98 Has in mind 99 Mary I or El­iz­a­beth I

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1 Ma­jor trib­u­tary of the Mis­sis­sippi 2 Gym­nas­tics event for both men and women 3 The ____ State, nick­name for Maine 4 Tar­gets of formi­cide 5 Myth­i­cal flier 6 Iso­lated 7 Ac­count 8 Pop­u­lar per­for­manceen­hanc­ing sup­ple­ment for ath­letes 9 Freak­ing out 10 Good-size wed­ding band 11 Com­peted 12 Rock­yesque in­ter­jec­tions 13 Spends ex­trav­a­gantly 14 Some biodiesel sources 15 Vic­to­rian home? 16 Whole 17 Judged 18 Things taken while wait­ing 20 Rep­re­sen­ta­tive 23 ‘‘Capeesh’’ 27 Whiffs 29 Org. for lightweigh­ts 30 End-of-level chal­lenges in video games 32 Items in 18” x 18” x 1¾” boxes 34 Like the hands in the All­state logo 36 Key­stone ____ 37 ____ & the Blow­fish 39 What sneers ex­press 40 Pop­u­lar dat­ing app 42 Lake drained by the Truc­kee River 43 Iniq­ui­ties 44 Places of in­iq­uity 46 Span­ish ‘‘that’’ 48 State cap­i­tal on the Mis­sis­sippi 50 Word with roll or bar 51 Mup­pet wear­ing a hor­i­zon­tally striped shirt 52 Chi­nese port city on Ko­rea Bay 53 Oc­cupy, as a booth 55 See 63-Across 56 English county that’s home to Brighton 58 Weather-map sym­bol 61 But­ter, in Bur­gundy 62 Doc­tors With­out Bor­ders and oth­ers, in brief 64 Hav­ing a low neck­line, as a dress 66 ‘‘Gotta split’’ 68 Group of 18th-cen­tury thinkers that in­cluded Voltaire and Rousseau 70 Num­bers of con­cern to showrun­ners 72 The ‘‘Last Great Race on Earth’’ 73 Love match? 74 Re­spon­dent 76 South African money 77 Slo-____ fuse 78 Pan flute mu­si­cian in iconic com­mer­cials of the 1980s 79 Like a jack­ass 80 Your cur­rent oc­cu­pa­tion? 82 Some skilled work­ers in ‘‘Brave New World’’ 83 Lead-in to while 85 Party line? 86 For­mer North Carolina sen­a­tor Kay ____ 89 Let fly 90 Click­able list 92 W.W. II gen­eral ____ Arnold 93 Clock set­ting on the Big Is­land: Abbr.

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