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THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE CROSSWORD
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Take Two
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By David Liben-Nowell and Victor Barocas/Puzzles Edited by Will Shortz
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1 Word in Facebook and Disney Channel’s
original names
4 Ninny
8 Subj. of a National Historic Site outside
Wall, S.D.
12 Ditties
17 Bridge component
19 Previously owned
20 Upshot of a story
22 Wolf howls, maybe
23 Org. concerned with grades
24 Certain warriors in Magic: The Gathering
25 One of three properties in Monopoly
26 Silver
27 Don at the Met
29 Cream and others
30 Attire that flaps in the wind
31 E, B, G, D, A or E
32 B-team
34 Sports-team employee
36 Shell station?
38 Using without paying royalties, say
41 ____ amis (my friends: Fr.)
42 Part of Q.E.D.
43 Like a swished basketball shot
45 ____ volente (God willing: Lat.)
46 Aspire
47 Paroxysm
49 It “isn’t so bad when you consider the
alternative,” per Maurice Chevalier
50 Designed to minimize drag
51 Cooked up
53 Being
55 What you will always be (but he or she
isn’t)?
57 Provincial capital south of a lake with the
same name
59 Recurrent theme
60 Indication of good taste?
61 Famed furrier
62 Clip
64 Low-quality
66 Major name in network hardware
70 ____ Tin Tin
72 “If you can’t imitate him, don’t copy him”
speaker
74 Introduce oneself
76 Fruit that, surprisingly, is slightly
radioactive
79 Supporting role
81 Kind of spring found in a mousetrap
82 Reassuring words after an accident
83 Attacks
85 Fortitude
87 It’s replicated during mitosis
88 URL ending
89 Winner’s wreath
90 Product from the Royal Small Arms Factory
91 Sound while being tickled
92 Warm winter wear
94 Beatrix Potter’s Mrs. Tiggy-winkle, for one
97 Pulse
98 “All ____ is but art, unknown to thee”:
Alexander Pope
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104 Leaning
105 Nails a test
107 Geniuses, informally
109 Impressive stylishness
110 Not having full rights, as a citizen
111 “Up and ____!”
112 Home team at Rice-Eccles Stadium
113 San ____, Calif.
114 Carpenter of note
115 Politician’s core support
116 It’s halfway around a diamond
117 Unsmiling
118 “Hey!”
119 Carrier with King David Lounges
120 Romulus, but not Remus, in ancient
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1 Brutish sorts
2 “That happened?”
3 Signature
4 Some revealing beachwear
5 Caution
6 Things that most people have eight of
7 Bear necessities, for short?
8 Bank of China Tower architect
9 ____ Kaepernick, former N.F.L. QB
10 Confederate general with a fort named
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11 Item carried in an academic procession
12 Bit of outerwear
13 Couple of high points?
14 Twice-monthly coastal phenomena
15 Suffix with defer or insist
16 About 5:00, directionally: Abbr.
18 Ray or Dave of the Kinks
21 Doris who won the 2007 Nobel Prize
in Literature
28 “Gimme ____!” (Alabama cheerlead-
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29 Author Harte
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37 Bad tumble
38 Objects spinning in an orrery
39 Model for a bust at the Musei
Capitolini
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41 Knee-covering skirts
43 Nonwinner
44 Drug treatment for Muhammad Ali
46 Competitor of Sanyo and Bose
47 Add to the mix
48 Animation
49 Subject of a statue outside Boston’s
TD Garden
50 The two sides in chess, essentially
52 Arctic wear
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58 Talkaholics
63 What movie trailers do
65 What cibophobia is the fear of
67 Specialty of Muddy Waters and Blind
Willie Johnson
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69 Actress Chaplin of “Game of Thrones”
71 1998 Winter Olympics host
73 Teller?
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77 One way to run
78 New brother or sister
80 Flower for a 20th wedding anniversary
84 Bush
86 Bust supporter
89 Stieg who wrote “The Girl With the
Dragon Tattoo”
90 Out of business
91 Somewhere to chill, paradoxically
93 Tricorder go-with
95 Nice finish, maybe
96 Sarcastic syllable
98 Gets warmer, so to speak
99 Jerks
100 Quaint contradiction
102 Eponymous cup maker
103 Thomas Cromwell, Earl of ____
104 Musical miscue
106 ____ eyes on (see)
108 Four-letter U.S. city with the highest
population
109 Ruler units: Abbr.
111 Five Georges
Summer movies at CCC kick off July 9
ASTORIA – Grab your lunch and
enjoy a matinee movie at the Clatsop
Community College Library this sum-
mer starting Tuesday, July 9, at 1 p.m.
with a segment from the series “Magic
Numbers: Hannah Fry’s Mysterious
World of Math.”
Popcorn will be provided. The pro-
gram runs July 9 through Aug. 15 with
two screenings of each film, once at
noon on Tuesday and again on Thurs-
day at 1 p.m.
Each screening is about an hour
long and will be held in the Library
Lounge at the college’s Astoria cam-
pus, 1651 Lexington Ave.
“Numbers as God” will be shown
again at 1 p.m. on July 11; on July 16
and 18 there will be a screening of
“New Farms, Big Success, with Three
Rock Star Farmers”; “Asteroids —
Space Colonies” plays July 23 and 25;
“The Key to Consciousness, A Journey
into The Stuff of Thoughts — Brain
Power” plays July 30 and Aug. 1;
“Shanghai Deco” will be shown Aug.
6 and 8 and “First Face of America”
plays Aug. 13 and 15.
The college’s summer library hours
are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Thursday.
For more information, visit clat-
sopcc.edu/library or call 503-338-2462.