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New York Times – Oct 14 2018

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New York Times – Oct 14 2018
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Across
1. ___ Page, the Queen of Pinups : BETTIE
7. Flavorful meat coating : SPICERUB
15. End-of-week cry : TGIF
19. O.K. to play, in a way : UNHURT
20. Obsession with a single subject : MONOMANIA
22. Country’s McEntire : REBA
23. “We can’t play that game – I can’t reach it on our shelf!” : THERISKISTOOHIGH
25. Operating system developed at Bell Labs : UNIX
26. Onetime White House family : TAFTS
27. Corroded : ATE
28. Sunken ship sites : SEABEDS
30. Travel option for Birthright trips : ELAL
31. Natural gas component : ETHANE
34. Dress (up) : TOG
35. Standout : ACE
36. Turning point in history : ONEBC
38. “My sincerest apologies, but that game is off the table” : SORRYNOTSORRY
43. Unearth : DIGUP
46. Bills : BEAKS
47. Many a Snapchat posting : SELFIE
48. Suit that’s hard to get into : ARMOR
51. Old Buick : LESABRE
53. What’s plucked in “she loves me, she loves me not” : COROLLA
54. “We can’t play that game unless we borrow someone else’s” : IHAVENTACLUE
56. Laughs and laughs : HAS
57. French city grid : RUES
58. People vis-à-vis gods : MEREMORTALS
59. It’s a trek : HAJ
60. “It ___” (“Who’s there?” reply) : ISI
61. Show overuse, as a sofa : SAG
62. They may have attachments : EMAILS
63. Strand : MAROON
65. Hammarskjöld once of the U.N. : DAG
68. Provisions : IFS
70. ___ school : MED
71. Bone connection with convex and concave fittings : SADDLEJOINT
73. ___ Mode, woman in “The Incredibles” : EDNA
75. Word repeated in the openings of “Star Wars” movies : FAR
76. “I’m begging you, let’s not play that game!” : PLEASEDONTGO
77. Antinuclear treaty topic : TESTBAN
79. Pop-up site : TOASTER
80. Daniel who wrote “Flowers for Algernon” : KEYES
81. Island greetings : ALOHAS
82. Take over : COOPT
83. Info in dating profiles : TYPES
85. “No, that game would be over in a flash” : LIFESTOOSHORT
88. One of 26 for Walt Disney : OSCAR
91. Common filler words : ERS
92. Common filler words : UMS
93. “If you are always trying to be ___, you will never know how amazing you can be”: Maya Angelou : NORMAL
96. Praise for a picador : OLES
98. Frida Kahlo, por ejemplo : ARTISTA
100. Novelist McEwan : IAN
101. Grammy winner Mary J. ___ : BLIGE
102. Cosmonaut Gagarin : YURI
103. “I’ve finally decided! I’m …” : ASKINGFORTROUBLE
109. Small matter : ATOM
110. “Looking to go somewhere?” : NEEDARIDE
111. Densest natural element : OSMIUM
112. Bead source : PORE
113. Officials in ancient Rome : TRIBUNES
114. They vary from past to present : TENSES

Down
1. Isolated hill : BUTTE
2. Surround with light : ENHALO
3. 1996 Robert De Niro/Wesley Snipes psychological thriller : THEFAN
4. Bird in a holiday song : TURTLEDOVE
5. “Black ___,” Georgia O’Keeffe painting at the Met : IRIS
6. Ewoks or Jawas, in brief : ETS
7. One of academia’s Seven Sisters : SMITH
8. Impersonate : POSEAS
9. It might result in a defensive TD : INT
10. Aviary sound : COO
11. Full of broodiness, say : EMO
12. Cheerleader’s cheer : RAH
13. Synchronized states : UNISONS
14. Narcissist’s quality : BIGEGO
15. Who you really are : TRUECOLORS
16. M->F->M, e.g. : GENDERFLUIDITY
17. One of the first birds released by Noah after the flood, in legend : IBIS
18. Kind of number not much seen nowadays : FAX
21. “Of course!” : AHA
24. Krazy ___ of the comics : KAT
29. More villainous : BASER
31. Hosp. readout : ECG
32. Penalties for illegal bowls in cricket : NOBALLS
33. Largest active Antarctic volcano : EREBUS
34. Little ‘un : TYKE
37. Vessels seen in 2004’s “Troy” : BIREMES
39. Like albino alligators : RARE
40. General ___ chicken : TSOS
41. Work (up) : RILE
42. Things needed in passing? : YEAS
44. Supervillain in DC Comics : ULTRAMAN
45. More smoky, as Scotch : PEATIER
48. Goals : AIMS
49. Bird named for a Titan : RHEA
50. Polling calculations : MARGINSOFERROR
52. Spill coffee on, maybe : SCALD
53. Blandishment : CAJOLERY
55. Actor’s honor, informally : NOM
56. Rigid : HARDSET
59. Attacked : HADAT
60. They’re shared among friends : INJOKES
63. Whiz : MAESTRO
64. Classic work whose “shorter” version comes in two vols. : OED
66. Image on the ceiling of la chapelle Sixtine : ANGE
67. Classic Pontiacs : GTOS
69. He’s often pictured carrying an hourglass : FATHERTIME
71. Apply haphazardly : SLAPON
72. It comes just before a period : ONESCOLUMN
73. List-ending abbr. : ETAL
74. Scale site : DELI
75. Fleet : FAST
76. When doubled, dismiss out of hand : POOH
78. Low voices : BASSI
79. Turn’s partner : TOSS
82. Secondary loan signer : COMAKER
84. D.C. insider : POL
86. Get-go : OUTSET
87. Old vacuum tube : TRIODE
89. Suspect statements? : ALIBIS
90. Fix, as a model plane : REGLUE
94. ___-nest : MARES
95. Aesop’s “The ___ and the Grasshopper” : ANT
97. Is for all intents and purposes : SEEMS
98. Taurus or Touareg : AUTO
99. ___ Marino : SAN
101. Big name in speakers : BOSE
102. Go on and on : YAP
104. Tyrant Amin : IDI
105. Catch : NAB
106. “Despicable Me” protagonist : GRU
107. Ominous sight at a beach : FIN
108. Go bad : ROT