October 2017 Crossword Answer Key

October 2017 Crossword Answer Key

“Falling Leaves”

Across

1. Game of Thrones channel

4. Many Law & Order characters, for short

8. They may be honey-baked

12. Faces

19. “I’m getting verklempt,” for example

21. Country where Farsi is spoken

22. What the SS Edmund Fitzgerald was carrying when it sank

23. High-calorie treat in the Mid-Atlantic

25. Biting, as a comment

26. “Enigma Variations” composer Edward

27. Zeppelins

29. Put back to zero, as a stopwatch

30. Caspian or Caribbean

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32. Jeans name

33. Piece of eveningwear for men

36. Dog owner’s command

39. Soda insertions

41. Petrol amount

42. Sprint rival

45. British term for molasses

47. No whippersnapper

49. Toffee candy bar

50. Infomercial company

51. Jerry’s “European carryall” on a Seinfeld episode, e.g.

55. Oteri once of Saturday Night Live

56. Drive the getaway car for, e.g.

57. Suspicious glance

58. Normal

61. Judge’s order

63. At all, in dialect

64. Some linemen in football (abbr.)

65. Success at the plate

66. Show past the foyer

69. Russian space station from 1986 to 2001

70. Out-of-control crowd

73. Brightest star in Cygnus

75. One of his mobiles graces the National Gallery of Art’s East Building

78. Come before

81. Liberating

82. Cain’s victim

83. Rival of Roger, Rafael, and Andy

84. Ghostlike

86. “Don’t ___ on Me”

87. Nat. that disintegrated in 1991

88. Occur

90. Plane’s path

92. Lunar new year

93. He killed Alexander in a duel

94. Country shaped like a tadpole

97. Neither’s partner

98. Fail to meet expectations

101. A, in Acapulco

102. Zero

104. Encrypted

106. Personality quiz in a magazine, say

109. Soft balls

113. Pseudonyms

116. Midwestern dish named for a Hungarian dish

118. Stone Age tool

119. DGS or Stachowski’s, e.g.

120. Puzzle answers like this one

121. Magazine since 1970

122. Ms., in Mexico

123. Money from the bank

124. Scoffing syllable

Down

1. Jekyll’s scary counterpart

2. Jessica of The Illusionist

3. Certain blood type, for short

4. Fun way to dine

5. NW, SW, SE, or NE

6. Landmass east of the Ural Mountains

7. Texas congresswoman ___ Jackson Lee

8. Feline warnings

9. Paris or St. Louis landmark

10. Father of Andrew Cuomo

11. Some bottled drinks

12. Actor Tayback of Alice

13. Tax-deferred setup

14. Journalist’s secret, maybe

15. Photographer Adams

16. Was caught in a rainstorm

17. County of northern Ohio

18. Religious offshoot

20. Gallaudet or Howard nos.

24. Sketched

28. Run with, as an idea

31. Georgia’s biggest city, for short

34. 95 or 270, e.g.

35. Part of ETA

36. Maroon

37. 2004 Will Smith movie

38. Doctrines

40. Sent, as payment

43. Lawn-mower brand

44. Breakfast cereal pitched by a manic rabbit

46. Start of a play

47. Memento and L.A. Confidential actor

48. Before

49. Prove

52. Hassle

53. Ralph who ran against Connie Morella in 1998

54. Cartoon skunk ___ Le Pew

55. Group of notes

57. River seen in The Hunchback of Notre Dame

59. Basis for much Western jurisprudence

60. Object

62. Threatening to capture the king, in chess

67. Belinda Carlisle’s “Should ___ You In?”

68. Poet’s opposite of “alway”

70. Rowan Atkinson’s most famous character

71. Prefix with -graphy

72. More worn, as car tires

73. Cherished

74. Grants

76. First Chinese dynasty

77. Jimmy Carter’s middle name

78. “Sometimes you feel like ___ . . .”

79. Rudolph’s is red

80. Sets

81. Nourished

85. Numbskulls

86. Taking to the dressing room, as clothing

88. Sweetheart, to millennials

89. Do it wrong

91. Scottish form of John

93. Contributes

94. Semiaquatic rodent

95. “The ___ Love” (R.E.M. song)

96. Imp

99. Novelist Zora ___ Hurston

100. Funny Fudd

103. Some late-summer births

104. Walking stick

105. Shouts of encouragement

107. Poker-table material

108. Folded food

110. Hurry

111. Dog’s annoyance

112. Robe closer

114. “I could keep going but won’t”

115. That lady

117. Org. whose HQ is in Fairfax