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80 FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30 -"MONDAY. DECEMBER 3. 2012 Cape Gazette Farm Insurance. STATE FARM ..... I NSU RANC E "Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there." Edited by Stanley Newman (www.StanXwords.com) COUPLES CLUB: Various familiar pairs by David W. Cromer ACROSS 93 Half of CCCXX 16 Not a swell time 1 In the know 94 Devoured 17 III temper 4 Elliptical 96 Without help 18 Cheerleading 8 Thanksgiving side dish 98 Get exercise routine 12 Wait-listed passenger 101 Stormy "couple" 24 One of the 19 Tailless primate 106 Tank filler Obama girls 20 colada 107 Exodus high pt. 25 The old noodle 21 Evict 108 Ecology agcy. 29 Drained of color 22 Unit of food energy 109 Soccer cheer 32 Chef's wear 23 Amish "couple" 112 Board mem., usually 34 _ Cruces, NM 26 Including everything 114 Ship of 1492 35 Signed, as a 27 Jingle writer 1!6 Party planner's gig contract ~, 28 Looked at 120 Spray-starch holder 36 Shorten sentences, ~ 29 "Wow" feeling 123 Dining room "couple" perhaps 30 Type of toothpaste127 Second-oldest US 38 Unexpected 31 Hot spring monthly 39 City square 33 Some newspapers 128 Swag 40 Man from Madrld 37 Director Reiner 129 kleine Nachtmusik 41 Remair~unsettlad 40 Mail-order "couple" 130 MIT student's stat. 42 Slow tempo 46 London's Victoria 131 San Jose's locale,43 Climbing vines Palace, for one vis-&-vis San Diego44 "Super!" 48 Slid down slopes 132 Defraud 45 Before deductions 49 White Cliffs locale 133 South African money 46 Beginner 50 Hither's opposite 134 For example 47 Fictional pirate 51 Early afternoon 52 Buddy of The 55 Sicilian spewer DOWN Beverly Hillbillies 56 Florentine farewell 1 "That's hilariousF' 53 Flows copiously 57 College "couple, 2 Walkman descendant 54 One of the 61 Moisture barriers 3 Salon work Three Bears 64 Gumbo ingredients 4 Barbecue restaurant 58 Beside oneself 65 Japanese sport feature 59 Out of the way 66 Religious belief 5 By way of 60 Sonata movement 68 Maritime alert 6 Novelist Rice 62 Off-rd. transport 69 Dating "couple" 7 Prince William's morn 63 Recoiled (from) 74 Whichever you want8 "Got it?" 66 Largest 77 Senior members 9 Mo. with no holidaysNorth Dakota city 78 College quarters 10 Flavor enhancer 67 Mideast capital 79 Perrler rival letters 70 After deductions 83 China services 11 Messy spot 71 Daytona 500 org. 85 Broadway "couple" 12 Flat boat 72 Word of warning 88 Swell time 13 Watering hole 73 Actress Mendes 89 Informaleatery 14 13 Down serving 74 Trying to get a hit ~ 92 Copy center supply 15 Likewise not 75 Opposite of o'er CREATORS SYNDICATE ~ 2012 STANLEY NEWMAN 7 33 34 48 52 53 54 60 65 iim,' 90 91 107 -II 123 124 125 128 132 76 New Haven sch. 97 76 Down student 80 Disguised, for short 99 Became edible 81 Rightsorg. 100 Scoundrel 82 First in line 102 Go with 64 Catapulted 103 Hereditary 85 Ships out 104 Paper profit 86 Small salamander 105 Obstruct 87 Pilotless plane 109 Waikiki locale 90 San Antonio landmark 110 Jump over 91 Typeface 111 Goes astray 95 Smartphone, for short 113 Alternatively WWW.STANXWORDS.COM 12/2/12 115 Reebok rival 117 Dairy dozen 118 County adjoining Sonoma 119 Lunchroom carrier 121 Choose, with "for" 122 Briny body 123 Prehistoric 124 Debt document 125 Cut (off) 126 Watering hole 3 1 6 2 8 7 5 Fun By The Numbers Like puzzles? Then you'll love sudoku. This mind-bending puzzle will have you hooked from the moment you square off, so sharpen your pencil and put your sudo- ku sawy to the test! 5 1 9 6 5 2 9 9 2 5 4 9 6 8 4 3 Level: Advanced Hem's How It Works: Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid. broken down into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. Each number can appear only once In each row, column and box You can figure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the numeric clues already provided in-the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle!