September 2015 Crossword Answer Key

September 2015 Crossword Answer Key

Across

1. Francis Xavier, e.g.

7. Sub detectors

13. Appalachian instruments

19. Number 49 of 50

20. Mason’s tool

21. Part of a ship above the waterline

22. July 5, 2015: USA! USA! USA! We’re all so proud of you, @USSoccer_WNT! #USAvJapan-mo

24. Big boat

25. Put in the oven

26. Granola-bar piece

27. Fate

29. Pose for the camera

30. South African currency

32. Lady of Kyoto

34. “I have no problem with that”

37. Two-dot marks

40. Foot issues

41. Not all

43. Verbally

44. Trolley’s sound

45. Touchy subject?

46. Like some change

49. June 3, 2015: I’ve posted my first Instagram! Do you like it? Check it out!

51. Actress with three Oscars

53. Bath bathroom

54. Palindromic plea

55. Cookies in milkshakes

56. Wine in a basket

57. Carry (around)

58. Indicators

59. Computer command

60. Sweater stuff

62. With 107 down, Mississippi Masala director

65. May 11, 2015: The new Sarah Lotz novel, DAY FOUR, is really good. USA edition comes out June 15. It’s the cruise ship from hell.

69. Tiny colonists

70. Stuck

72. Place (over)

73. Winemaker’s prefix

75. Foul caller

76. Like the last marathoner

78. John of tractors

80. Actress Lupino

83. Time

84. Bookstore category

85. July 3, 2015: Caps Swing Trade and Acquire T.J. Oshie

87. Cubic meter

89. Ending for ranch or canyon

90. Salad vegetables, for short

91. Nickels and dimes

92. Very conservative estimate

94. Stanley who codirected Singin’ in the Rain

95. The ____ Club

96. Most rational

98. Bass cousins

100. Gives one star to, say

101. She’s busy in Apr.

102. Show to be true

104. Toni Morrison title word

105. “Tell me that didn’t just happen!”

109. Mini-nation between France and Spain

112. July 5, 2015: I love my family!

116. Adds yeast to

117. Seinfeld character known for pushing people

118. Gourmand

119. King’s home

120. Fantastic Four-Cheese Omelette server

121. Tries to win a contest

Down

1. Door holder

2. Kazan who directed On the Waterfront

3. Potato container

4. Show the door

5. Presidential nickname

6. Bird of prey’s claws

7. “Leave it in,” to a proofreader

8. Gold, in Guatemala

9. ____ Hill (San Francisco neighborhood)

10. Getting up

11. Negligent

12. Cut drastically, as prices

13. Underside

14. Engage in mimicry

15. Fort Meade org.

16. June 24, 2015: Hashtag game! Tweet out a funny or embarrassing e-mail mistake that happened to you and tag with #EmailFail. Could be on our show!

17. Place for poetry, in ancient Greece

18. Twill fabric

21. Mao ____-tung

23. Young fellow

28. Italian sports car

31. “Fine, thanks” follow-up

32. They go “maa”

33. Shore bird

35. Suppress, as emotions

36. Trade punches

37. Uber cars, more or less

38. Butter alternative

39. Plenty

40. Advertising award

42. Yoked crew

44. Toy container

45. Kerfuffle

47. Squash space

48. Senate wear

50. Go to the mat

51. Be outstanding

52. Case for knickknacks

56. Moved stealthily

58. Wheels

59. Part of the moon’s cycle

61. Comptroller general’s agcy.

62. Bogs down

63. Having no effect

64. June 27, 2015: Ya está el sorteo hecho y ahora a entrenar hasta el martes que jugaré mi primer partido en #wimbledon2015

66. One of the Tudors

67. Newman’s Own rival

68. Christmas carols

71. Former Timerival, briefly

74. Bill Kristol or John McCain

77. Witty Wilson

78. Fake-outs for the Capitals

79. Garden locale

80. “Really?”

81. Pebbles Flintstone’s pet

82. Part of NAACP

85. Sushi fish

86. Just meh

88. Fish eggs

90. Lantern name

93. Forever, poetically

94. Easy to control

95. Merlot holder

96. Sell tickets illegally

97. Sleeping issue

99. Signed

100. Fudge a résumé or expense account

103. Some hosps.

104. Very, pretentiously

106. Go where no one will find you

107. See 62 across

108. Little bills

110. Eggs

111. Camcorder button

113. Family-tree members

114. Whatever number of

115. Kid, sometimes

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