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Saturday, August 13, 2016


Whimsical garden figurine 
What hiring your son is 
Title of respect, abroad 
Superman's Lane 
Summer on the Riviera 
St. Patrick's Day celebrant 
Squid's weapon 
Smaller and rounder, as eyes 
Small sample 
Russian soups 
React to an effective alarm 
Quick winnings provider, sometimes 
Quick look 
One-customer link 
NYPD descriptor 
Not sympathetic 
Most recent 
Monopoly requirement 
Laurel or Musial 
Landers who offers advice 
Jefferson Davis' gov 
It's good if you don't strike 
Infamous horde member 
In spite of the fact that, briefly 
Hopped on, as a train 
Helped a pot, in a way 
Heeds "heads up! 
Have a funny feeling 
Exuberant-sounding mackerels? 
Halloween trick alternative 
Great fury 
Wheat variety
Fox rival 
Times Sq. force
Fountain sound 
Stop signs, e.g
Start of a magical chant
Flight, hotel and rental car together, e.g 
Sobbing sound
SeaWorld stage name
Face part 
Rock's Ocasek
Praiseful pieces
Expose to public view 
Cylindrical fastener 
Palatal danglers
Mozart compositions
Conner and Starr 
Mountain crests
Comaneci of Olympics fame 
Like some laundromats
Breathe rapidly 
Knightly conduct
Cinnabar, for one 
Homeric wanderer
Homer Simpson's barkeep
Zehn minus neun 
Cocky newcomers
The 1906 Hepburn Act gave the ICC power to set rates for them 
Like Schubert’s “Trout Quintet” 
Chemical suffix
King’s end? 
Bol. neighbor
Bit of progress 
Anonymous fan
Talks drunkenly
Blue eyes or baldness, e.g 
”John Dough and the Cherub” author 
"Jabberwocky" beginning 
Barnard College grad, for one 
Absorb the loss 
Battlefield healer 
Summer of song
At a greater distance 
Some postage
Try hard (for) 
Shows sorrow
Liqueur in a monastic-looking bottle 
Role for Jim Carrey
Grapevine product, with “the”. 
Moderate tempo
Young camper’s proof of ownership 
Air freshener targets 
McKellen of 'X-Men'
Act incensed 
Like some books
Jasmine's love
"Dallas" family name 
Congress creation
Burgundy, e.g
Blame recipient
Baldwin of the Seahawks
Workers on a hill
's (applesauce brand)
Trauma centers (abbr.)
To whom Polonius said, “To thine own self be true” 
Cuban Revolution VIP 
Whisky ___ (famous Hollywood night spot) 
Where you can have a belt
Majesty's Ship 
Tiny time div
Häagen-Dazs ingredient? 
Performances in rows 
John letter 
”Sabrina the Teenage Witch” aunt 
Stick in a Road Runner cartoon
Start of a Nora Ephron quote
VIP part 
A.L. West team, in crawl lines 
Sleepy backseat query 
Speakers' speakers, for short
Some subway trains
Total failures 
Some sports bets
Some island souvenirs
Small poisonous snakes
Round bodies, poetically
Sherlock's calabash, for one
Steer clear of 
Road graders
Repository for valuables
Range of expertise
Pre-cable TV hookup 
Quote, part 4
Radio letters 
Quote, part 2
Mont Blanc locale
Pres. Madison or Monroe 
Plaster backing 
Planet beyond Earth 
PC user's shortcut 
Online appointments 
On base, in baseball 
On a cruise, say 
Old California fort
Prince Valiant's first son
Put in an album, say
Quick snoozes
Quechua-speaking country
Mineral you can scratch with your fingernail 
Mellow, as cheese 
Perry and Della's creator
MBA's subj 
Paper mill substance
Mama's boy 
Opposite of ruddy
Lout, north of the border 
Laddie's mate 
Michael Jackson's 'You ___ Not Alone'
Pigs and cows, e.g 
Judo move 
Like deadpan humor
Mediterranean or Baltic
Hybrid big cat 
Lionesses lack them
Two-time National Book Award-winning poet A.R. 
Horne who sang "Stormy Weather" 
Branding target 
High end of some manual transmissions 
Leftover category (abbr.)
Jazz combo member
Glassy-eyed look 
Kathryn of HBO's 'Oz'
Now-flightless “birds” 
For the asking 
Chess pieces 
For dieters, in ads 
Features of some fasteners 
Fútbol cry 
Japanese computer inits
Card game of the Old West 
Hairdresser's implement
Old copy 
Exchanger of political favors 
Frequent hangout
Drooling dog of the comics 
Fort Worth sch
Egyptian queen, for short 
Film reviewer Roger
Enjoy a warm feeling
Engraver with acid
Corporate honcho, for short 
End of the quote
Collectible Ford cars 
Eldest of four acting brothers
Dan Quayle's successor
Country music's ___ Ridge Boys
Campaigner's low blow 
Bullring hero 
Convent member
Interpretations of scripture 
Build a new room, say 
River through Rochester, New York 
British Columbia city 
Impulse pathway 
Barely squeeze (out)
Away from one another
Turner Prize-awarding gallery 
Blunted sword 
Scrabble board symbol 
Big shot, briefly 
He succeeded Michael as Batman 
Bond, e.g 
Barfly's perch 
Tiny energy sources 
"___ Croft: Tomb Raider" 
Quest for intel 
"The Entertainer" et al 
Way to get to Bora Bora 
"Look out ___!" 
"Inside the Third Reich" author Albert 
"Hamilton" character Burr 
Parents concerned with play dates? 
”… with a muffler __ her eyes”: “Henry V” 
Accordion-playing comic Judy
Agnew and Quayle, once (abbr.)
'Don't be a wimp!'
Worker in the fields
Workbench attachment
Words to a kidder
Bard’s instrument 
Word of Osakan appreciation
Group of pals 
Winter Palace residents
Up to the task
Noir hero 
Tree of the cashew family
Tommie of the Miracle Mets
Defender at Thermopylae 
Nuclear fission pioneer Otto 
They're removed from beds
Cardiogram connection 
The Horned Frogs' sch
Teh and ohters
Teeth-gnashing state
Yom Kippur theme 
Some wealthy ’70s British emigrants 
Suffix for many an amino acid
Smallest nation in the European Union
Sue Grafton's 'N Is for ___'
Water cooler newcomer 
Spreadsheet option
Temp in many pictures 
Left Bank eateries 
Like white tigers 
Changdeokgung Palace city 
Lea grazer 
”Penny Dreadful” network, briefly 
Setting of a legend?
Setting of some waves
Those who call New Zealand “Aotearoa” 
Second-generation Japanese-American
Schubert's 'The ___-King'
Like kelp 
Sansa's sister on 'Game of Thrones'
Room with a giant TV and a pool table, perhaps
Psyche component
Pooch with a corded coat
Pioneer in military robotics
Pee Wee in Cooperstown
With 1 Down, "Salome," e.g 
Tourney position 
Oscar winner for 'Little Miss Sunshine'
Recent graduate, quite possibly 
Oliver requested more of it
Number of protons in a helium atom
Would have, given the chance 
Word shouted while tacking 
Most populous democracy
Word on Mozart's chamber-works list 
Meaning of a dot above a note
With 40 Across, one of two in the solar system 
Martini's winemaking partner
Legume that does well in semiarid regions
What a rocker might sit atop 
Its 1989 edition weighed about 138 lbs
Use a plot device? 
It went into orbit in 1962
It was established at a 1960 Baghdad conference
It offers checking
The Museo Galileo is on it 
Insightful utterance
Henry Fielding title heroine
Telemarketing reference 
He went into orbit in 1962
Stomp, for example 
Sourdough Sam is their mascot 
Harsh conditions
Something lost close to bedtime 
Guitarist/producer who co-wrote 'Le Freak' (Africa)
Singer of the TV theme lyric "I get allergic smelling hay" 
Grammy-winning artist and civil rights activist (Russia)
Seal adopter 
Gertz of 'The Lost Boys'
Gear for app settings, e.g
Right-hand man? 
Frequent interviewer of Ali
Footballer Michael featured in 'The Blind Side'
Flea market units
First Top 40 hit for Talking Heads, and a hint to the starts of the theme answers
Return call 
EPA pollution-level measure
Enya hit subtitled 'Sail Away' (Venezuela and Colombia)
Reactor core 
Pippi Longstocking, for one 
David who directed four of the Harry Potter films
Cut and paste, e.g
"We think we're in the present, but we __": Kesey 
Corp. money-watchers
Minor shake-ups 
Contract nullifier
Contraction in 'America'
Coordinate system line
Interpreter at Super Bowl 50 
It might be cooked up for a turnover 
Pippi Longstocking, for one 
Company that dropped 'Cab' from its original name
Claude of 'B.J. and the Bear'
Class challenge
Opposite of "lukewarmness" 
One of a psychological trilogy 
Characters for Aristophanes?
Cape Town currency
One of 11 in "Macbeth" 
Breadbasket item
Occasion for scrambling 
Big name in chainsaws
Not consider 
Awards administered by the World Science Fiction Society
Name that a Tennyson work popularized 
Ashton Kutcher's 'That '70s Show' role
Album featuring 'All You Need Is Love' (China)
Monologist in Job 
Accessible from many places
Acceptable by Muslim law
Like a kiss, briefly 
2003 Masters champ Mike
2003 Brooks & Dunn album (China and Vietnam)
Like a kiss 
Lightening-fast option 
1993 Melissa Etheridge album and song
1970 hit for Mountain (United States)
'The Grapes of Wrath' characters
Internet memes, often 
'One' on a one
Inappropriate place to sleep 
'Love Rollercoaster' band (United States)
Holders of the keys of heaven 
'And God Created Woman' director Roger
'American Pie' singer (Russia)
Head banger's item 
Handi-Snacks snack 
Go at terminal velocity? 
Flying dragon's habitat 
Entertainer in heavy makeup 
Drops, at times 
Deal with a shark 
Cut and ran 
City served by Dallas/Fort Worth Airport 
City on the Amalfi Coast 
Brewing or milling, e.g 
Baking soda is often used in it 
Bad wheels are replaced under it 
Apple chat choice 
Any of 4,500+ places to buy peanuts, with "The" 
Anatomical analogs to camera film 
Alarming sales slip 
Airline bought by TWA in 1986 
"What is Enlightenment?" answerer 
"We think we're in the present, but we __": Kesey 
#4 in career PGA Tour wins 
Ramsay, hero of 'The Black Stallion' 
With 41-Down, women's fashion brand 
What many do at tax season 
They feature dogfights 
Symbol of Tut's power 
Some garden ornaments 
Sixth graders, typically 
River into which the Big Sandy and the Little Sandy flow 
Religious agreement? 
Psychic mediators 
Private jet, maybe 
Player's fee 
Plant used in tanneries 
Oscar nominee for 'The Aviator' 
Note that sounds like a direction to think 
Nerves-of-steel type 
Luxury hotel facility 
Long-distance call? 
Junction injunction 
Joined the force 
Jailer, sailor and tailor 
It goes station to station 
Hymn set to music by Vivaldi and Haydn 
Human member of an old TV trio 
Horror film remake released on 6/6/06 
Hillary's mate 
Fodder for dairy cattle 
Flatten, in a way 
Filing centers 
Ethyl acetate, for one 
Eminem song about an obsessed fan 
Eldest Bennet sister in 'Pride and Prejudice' 
Door plate, maybe 
Disorderly conduct 
Dials down 
Device used by Anubis to determine a soul's fate 
Deep scarlet shade 
Cough drop brand 
Charlton's 'The Ten Commandments' co-star 
CAT scan units 
Casting lady 
Came out with 
Bandleader whose band was the New Orleans Gang 
Albert Einstein and others 
Aid for the forgetful, maybe 
Address loudly and at length 
Actress sister of Francis Ford Coppola 
1979 film that ends with Peter Sellers walking on water 
1970 Simon & Garfunkel hit 
'Yentl' setting 
People who fight fire with fire usually end up with ___': Abigail Van Buren 

Friday, August 12, 2016

crossword solutions

Make less intense 
Prepared tea, in a way 
They might be liberal 
Unstressed vowel sounds 
Whole, as a film 
Tarot reader, supposedly 
Time to rise, for some 
Word before noir or grigio 
Zigzag braid on clothing (Var.) 
Windows 10’s browser 
Wear a long face 
Way of doing things 
Trees with quaking leaves 
Water conduits 
Walk-___ (minor roles) 
Visitor from another world 
Shutout score, in soccer 
Virus named for an African river 
Pumps full of bubbles 
Professional butler, for one 
Triangular sail 
Twill fabric 
Place of pilgrimage, for some 
Part of SUV, briefly 
Legendary actress Holm 
Toy dog, for short 
Over, as a meal 
Outmoded women's garment 
Speck of dust 
Snared with a lariat 
Old electronics company 
Newton of science 
Snail mail need 
Resort amenities 
More creative, perhaps 
Meeting with a medium 
Man on a "hog" 
School monitor’s beat 
Reznor of Nine Inch Nails 
Man-made fiber 
Shirt size (Abbr.) 
Man on a "hog" 
Rub the wrong way 
Roast beef insert, maybe 
Line made with a compass 
Proposer’s prop 
Like a dunce cap 
Pre-K attendees 
Place in the Senate 
Petting zoo youngster 
Keanu in "The Matrix" 
Japanese rice wines 
It's undone for change? 
”Fidelio” jailer 
They have their orders 
Methodology word 
”Angie Tribeca” airer 
’50s-’60s civil rights activist 
Holder of baby's milk
Florida’s Port St. __ 
Passes over 
No more procrastinating 
Faux ___ (public misstep)
Place to rule 
Extend farther down
Quaint words of resolve 
Ice cream serving
Respectful rural response 
Impede the progress of
Indy 500 leaders
Dramatic start 
Org. concerned with securing crowns 
Peas, for a peashooter 
Device that debuted in Detective Comics in 1942 
Org. for Venus and Serena 
Penn. neighbor 
On the bounding main 
Norwegian inlet 
Norman who created the Bunkers 
Naval units 
More saucy 
Menial laborer 
One with a stay-at-home job? 
Mall bag 
Like a 45-degree angle 
Garcia of “Ocean’s” movies 
It’s 72 on many courses 
Made the scene 
Livestock enclosure 
English 101 verb
Lists of prior arrests 
Dismal, to a bard
Creepy and supernatural
Catcher in the Rhine?
Language with no irregular verbs 
Burdens for Grand Canyon mules
Built to take it
Bring under control
Bring on, as labor
Impose a prison sentence, say 
Black tea from India
Baylor of basketball fame
Be in contradiction with
Be in contradiction with
French city, in a Porter tune 
Cross to bear 
Cruel boss 
Crockett’s last stand 
Change, as a password 
Game-stopping call 
Baby that barks
”Cut that out!” 
Attack, to a dog
Art-studio stands
Flying geese formations 
Arizona flat tops
Phased-out Apple messaging software 
Flat-topped formations 
Fictional account 
Arcade attractions
Editor’s “leave it” 
Debatable power 
Abdominal protrusion
Casual wear biggie 
A country's output, for short
"Yo mama" jokes, essentially
Test that examines fetal DNA, briefly 
"What was ___ think?"
Covered with vines 
"West Side Story" girl
Country club fees 
Cookies go-with 
"Sure thing, skipper!"
Chef’s wear 
"As ___" (letter closing)
More or less” equivalent 
Change the motif of 
”The Teflon Don” 
“The Wrestler” actress ___ Rachel Wood 
City SSW of Wichita, KS 
biter (rug rat)
“The Lion King” villain 
“Without further ___ . . .” 
Works at a museum
1964 album with the song “I Want to Hold Your Hand” 
Trimmed the lawn
“Aloha” may mean this 
Animated character, briefly 
Tracked vehicle used in the Antarctic
Basis for a civil suit 
Tour de France challenge
Anti-mugger spray 
This might knock you out
Take a breather
Ceiling fixture 
Sneakers marketed by Taylor Swift
Signs of the times
Shelter that might have a thatched roof
Road Runner or Skylark
Reynolds Wrap maker
Puffer or parka
Port of Yemen
Politician who declared, 'The planet has a fever'
Poison ivy symptom
O'Neal of 'Paper Moon'
Bring to a halt 
Naked as a jaybird
Bel ___ (Italian cheese) 
Michael of 'Arrested Development'
Madeline of 'Paper Moon'
Landing spot for Noah's ark
Jordan Spieth's org
Jan and Dean, e.g
Henrik Ibsen play
God who wielded Mjolnir
Follower of the Gospels
Entertaining tales
Director Oliver, having a great time?
Desirable condition for a comic book collection
Country singer George, trading barbs?
Cosmologist Carl
Compete in the American Gold Cup
Comedienne Bea, throwing a fit?
Citi Field ballplayer
Boxer who won the Thrilla in Manila
Ben Bradlee's post while at the Washington Post
Beginning of many a meal
Airtight, as an alibi
Advice columnist Landers
Bends with the breeze 
1960s atty. gen
'We're ___ mission from God' (line from 'The Blues Brothers')
High pts 
'Go ahead, make my day!'
'Diana' crooner Paul
Baron Cohen’s Kazakh journalist 
'Best in Show,' for one
SEALs’ org 
'Beloved' author Morrison
Sings like Ella
Science room
Informal British address 
Hyatt competitor 
”Do or do not. There is no try” speaker 
Having a lot to lose?
First name in jazz 
Furry sci-fi critter
Many a prof 
Barbershop prop
Island on which much of “Jaws” was filmed 
Antebellum's opposite
What might make a ewe turn? 
Clued in 
Eastern noodle 
Seasoned cookers 
”Carefree Highway” singer 
Two piece? 
Baja bear 
Physics Nobelist Schrödinger 
D-backs, on scoreboards 
Mystery writer Peters
Kansas City player
Like tightrope walkers 
Like some maids
Read the riot act 
Hurler's stat
Horse sound
Hit for the Doors
Hit for Akon
High points
Graduate's distinction
European fashion center
Eight furlongs
Dear, in Dijon
Car's scars
Campaign phrases
'Crooklyn' director
Word before tag or tape 
What taverns were among the first to buy 
What an engraved "S" might mean 
TS Eliot's birthplace 
Tout hangout, for short 
Tonsils neighbor 
Today's Special Value offerer
Talent scout's rave 
Sport authority 
Spike Lee alma mater 
Sound prefix 
Simmered slowly 
Share socially, in a way 
Readily redeemable 
Promoting harmony 
Prohibition-era refreshment 
Preserver of a sort 
Photo flaw 
Pelican State med school 
Org. serving O'Hare 
Only DC-born VP 
One off the path 
Ocean State sch 
NL West team 
Niacin source 
Naval base builders 
Nationality suffix 
Mustache style named for a villain 
Mesa Verde materials 
Melville vessel 
Mark of change 
Man-cave amenity 
Loathsome ones 
Lion prey 
Last-place metaphor 
Lacking limits 
Kin of -kin 
It's north of Davenport 
Hernando's "Huh?" 
Group engaging in idol chatter 
Give over (to) 
Gibraltar monkey 
Gave a holler 
Form of banking centre payment 
End of a Puzo trilogy 
Elitist, informally 
Dynamo's moving part 
Disparage, with "on" 
Descriptor for Bach's works 
Cordial flavoring 
Consistently, in verse 
Confucius compilation 
Composed of simple elements 
Chard cousin 
Buck Rogers' girlfriend 
Bit of help 
Attentive look 
Astronaut excursion 
Aquatic rodent 
Alphabetical trio 
2022 Super Bowl designation 
"From __ zinc" (vitamin slogan) 
Staple of Memorial Day services 
Yesterday, so to speak 
Under water 
What 'it' is found in 
Webster wrote many of them: Abbr 
Weapon used in the Vietnam War 
Underwater breather 
Traffic director 
They had rolls to play, once 
Symbol del cristianismo 
Sound from a cheater 
Some zoo employees 
Some red giants 
Some antlered animals 
Shot measure 
Seriously under the weather 
Reminder that sticks? 
Product with a Crispy Buffalo variety 
Porcine paramour 
Pacific dietary staple
One for whom 'hello' is 'hej' 
Mushy foods 
Nieuwpoort's river 
Magical duster 
Lord & Taylor rival, informally 
John Paul II, e.g 
It takes turns making dinner 
Israel's Olmert 
Instrument that's cradled, for short 
Hurt with a horn 
Hot, salty snack 
Hoist on a ship 
He succeeded two queens 
Good news for business 
Full of butterflies 
Founder of Rhyme $yndicate Records 
Foe of Big Boy and Little Face 
Fix as 20-Across might do 
Extra, in ads 
Eli Manning, on the field 
Do some ferreting 
Dashes off 
Disappearing exclamations 
Counterpart of moi 
Comic's nightmare? 
Capital up the coast from Cape Coast 
Brady bunch, briefly 
Beginning to morph? 
2014 World Cup winner: Abbr 
'No, no, really …' 
'Leaves and Navels' artist 
'50s campaign nickname