Cross­word

No. 0522

Times Standard (Eureka) - - CLASSIFIED­S - Edited by Will Shortz

ACROSS

1 Proverbs and the like 11 Up­scale ho­tel ameni­ties

15 The U.S.S.R., to Rea­gan 16 Op­po­site of slack 17 All over the place 18 What Zeus trapped Typhon un­der, in myth 19 Ena in “Bambi,” e.g.

20 Free

22 Like some bad next-door neigh­bors 25 Cause to re­call? 26 In­stru­men­tal that might ac­com­pany a blooper reel 30 Nat­u­ral fla­vorer of Scotch 32 Cure-all 33 When dou­bled, en­thu­si­as­tic

35 Love is some­times com­pared to one 37 Idiosyn­crasy 38 In­ter­net user’s aid 41 Cal­cu­lat­ing sort, in brief 42 Elic­it­ing an “Eww!” 44 Mid­dle of Q3 on co. re­ports 45 Noted sur­name among 1973 Yale Law grad­u­ates 47 Where War­ren Buf­fett sells an an­nual lunch date for char­ity 49 Soul group that did the sound­track for “Car Wash” 51 Vast quan­tity 53 Her­ald 54 Is­land shel­ters? 57 Shake­speare’s “poor ven­omous fool”

60 Not to men­tion?

61 Dog­matic sorts 65 Cheaper op­tion of a tech de­vice, maybe

66 Vibe

67 Sharp qual­ity 68 High light?

DOWN

1 Select ___

2 Who wrote “Po­etry comes fine-spun from a mind at peace”

3 Venice Film

Fes­ti­val lo­cale

4 Sheet by a bed,

per­haps

5 Basketball Hallof-Famer Unseld

6 Small hand­ful

7 They’ll surely be

mist

8 Los­ing ef­fort

9 Speak­ing en­gage­ment? 10 Bat­tle­field cry 11 Girded 12 An­dro­cen­tric so­cial sys­tem 13 Ena in “Bambi,” e.g.

14 Not go any­where 21 Awe­some song, in mod­ern slang 23 Singer Wil­liams of the Temp­ta­tions 24 Clas­sic source of damask 26 Ap­pro­pri­ately named brand of cool­ers

27 Ti­tle lit­er­ary char­ac­ter who ex­claims “How puz­zling all these changes are!” 28 Rel­a­tive of karate 29 “All sys­tems ___!” 31 “Me Against the World” rap­per 34 ___ pants

36 Up (for) 39 Sought help from 40 Some­thing opened in hot wa­ter

43 Ma­rina fre­quenter, in­for­mally 46 Jack ___, Alec Bald­win’s “30 Rock” role 48 ___ high 50 “Al­ready?” 52 Like some kites 54 A lot to read 55 Dur­ing 56 Name that’s 53-Across back­ward

58 Doesn’t set­tle in ad­vance, say

59 Coun­try where Quechua and Ay­mara are spo­ken 62 Tab that’s paid for il­le­gally? 63 Ger­man grand­par­ent 64 Cot­ton, start­ing in 2015: Abbr.

PUZ­ZLE BY HAL MOORE

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