Nothing Up My Sleeve

By George Barany

George Barany is a Rockefeller alum (1977) currently on the faculty of the University of Minnesota–Twin Cities. John Child has had an interesting career and currently lives in Nepal. For more about this specific puzzle, including a link to the answer, click here. Also, try more Barany and Friends crossword puzzles.

Across

  1. Hiccups cure, perhaps12f4d7ce-6d6c-4ed1-a03a-5040cf160dc2
  2. N.Y. engineering sch.
  3. Flying jib or spinnaker, e.g.
  4. Plumbing problem
  5. Knight’s attendants
  6. Possible answer to “When will we get there?”
  7. Pythagoras’s homeland
  8. Kutch queen
  9. Home town to 38- and 116-Across
  10. Rappers Wayne and Kim
  11. Umber or taupe, e.g.
  12. Pigs out
  13. “___ and out”
  14. H.H. Munro’s nom de plume
  15. Bugging bug
  16. Spanish omelet ingredient
  17. Thriller author Daniel
  18. Clever pal of 116-Across
  19. Angler Isaak’s wicker work
  20. Scatter
  21. Mil. school
  22. Cash dispenser
  23. Fly
  24. Gas relief
  25. They swing both ways?
  26. Inscription proving that 116-Across was an earl’s heir
  27. Wrestler Andre’s condition
  28. Archrival
  29. Lhasa ___ (shaggy dog breed from Tibet)
  30. Grammy-winner R&B singer India.___
  31. ___’acte
  32. 116-Across’s alma mater
  33. Dept. store stock
  34. Dark emotion
  35. Objects in Venn diagrams
  36. Multi-pane window spaces
  37. Dessert that’s Italian for “pick me up”
  38. 96-Across’s country
  39. Like a fox, it’s said
  40. On the market, in a way
  41. Old box letters
  42. They may amend xword clues
  43. Paul who composed Johnny’s theme song
  44. “___ My Way” (“Porgy and Bess” tune)
  45. D.A.’s aides
  46. Adversaries of 38- and 116-Across
  47. Not ___ eye (stay calm)
  48. National competitor
  49. Leftist “Reader”
  50. German gentleman
  51. Texts or e-mails
  52. Computer geek
  53. Break in, in jargon
  54. Golf’s Isao
  55. Dim-witted pal of 38-Across
  56. Something one might shake or break
  57. “Later!”
  58. Turns right
  59. It may be near the Advil
  60. North Sea EU country
  61. Colorist
  62. Town that is the gateway to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area
  63. Afro-pop musician Youssou

Down

  1. Beach ratings?
  2. Jaguar, e.g.
  3. “Long, long ___ ….”
  4. Put aside
  5. This, in Toledo
  6. “No. 10” painter Mark
  7. Kind of justice or license
  8. Dirt, in a way
  9. Part of walk and talk?
  10. It bought Netscape and The Huffington Post
  11. Atlas features
  12. It comes between Kilo and Mike
  13. “The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands” author, for short
  14. Bitter critic
  15. One way to fall
  16. Epitome of hotness
  17. Ravi Shankar’s forte
  18. It may be fare to an aardvark
  19. Abbr. in a realtor’s ad
  20. Financial backer
  21. 1994 Nobel Peace laureate Peres
  22. Half of “The Odd Couple”
  23. Taste for fine art
  24. Holmesian exclamation
  25. Take ___ at, as in criticism
  26. Crime chime
  27. Jim-dandy
  28. ___ d’Orsay, en Paris
  29. Mil. school
  30. Aspect
  31. “Make ___” (order from Picard)
  32. On the table
  33. Kaffee cup
  34. “I” problem
  35. Some of them are edible: think soup
  36. “Depends on what the meaning of ___”
  37. “Peter Pan” pirate captain’s right hand
  38. Yankee’s M.V.P catcher Yogi
  39. “You are not!” reply
  40. Mil. address
  41. Buccaneers’ base
  42. ERA and RBI, e.g.
  43. New newts
  44. He revived Carl’s “Cosmos”
  45. Energy storage molecule, briefly
  46. Stark sister in “Game of Thrones”
  47. Fruit that tastes better than it looks and sounds
  48. Classroom with cameras
  49. Yankee’s M.V.P catcher Thurman
  50. Durante song starter
  51. The ugly duckling, ultimately
  52. Fish found in melts
  53. “Hello! My name is…” stick-on
  54. Professional gps.
  55. By ___ of (due to)
  56. Reach for the stars
  57. Horse of the Century
  58. Cheri of “Scary Movie”
  59. Ho-hum reply to “What’s new?”
  60. WWII Philippine battleground
  61. World Cup chant
  62. Shady business
  63. Moore who found Bo a “10”
  64. Biblical coin
  65. Regatta site
  66. ___ liberales, at Mexican colleges
  67. British rule opposed by Gandhi, in short
  68. “This is only a test” org.
  69. Regretted
  70. “Picnic” playwright
  71. IRS agent
  72. Caustic chemical
  73. Palindromic “War on Poverty” agcy.
  74. “Law and Order” spinoff, familiarly
  75. Puppet attachment?

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