Andrew Kingsley is a 2019 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a master’s degree in education. His thesis was on how ninth-grade boys learn to think about aspects of identity such as gender, class and race through literature. This month he began teaching middle and high school English at Riverdale Country School in the Bronx. This is Andrew’s 16th crossword for The Times, and his first Sunday. — W.S.

Across

1 Cookbook amt.

5 “Careful where you watch this,” in emails

9 Wonder Woman foe

13 Canned brand

17 “The ____ U Give” (2018 film)

18 Pro Football Hall of Fame locale

19 Sugar serving

20 Claimed

21 Pound who wrote “Literature is news that stays news”

22 Piece of cake?

23 Prop for a belly dancer

24 “As I Lay Dying” father

25 Something big in 1950s autodom

27 ____ Lane, home of the Muffin Man

31 Marine mollusks that cling to rocks

33 Symbol of strength

34 666, perhaps

36 Mimic

37 Yahoo!, but not “Yahoo!”

38 Trig calculation

39 It’s a first

41 F.D.R.’s job-creating agcy.

42 Film monster originally intended as a metaphor for nuclear weapons

44 Zip

45 “Way to go, team!”

48 Fashion brand with a rhinoceros logo

49 Feature of many a state flag

50 Acclaimed 2017 biography subtitled “The Man, the Dictator, and the Master of Terror”

51 Childish comeback

53 Diplomacy

55 Called for

56 Major accidents

58 Taiwanese computer giant

59 ____ bull

61 Hoodwinks

63 “King Kong” co-star

64 Quattroporte and GranTurismo

66 Ballpark with the Home Run Apple

68 Are loath to

70 Issued

71 1980s TV ET

74 Emperor who, in actuality, played the lyre, not the violin

75 Suffix in Suffolk

77 Lady Vols’ home: Abbr.

78 Sound investment?

81 Let the air out?

83 Posted warning near mountains

86 Lead-in to bargain or deal

87 Actress Foy of Netflix’s “The Crown”

90 Notable Nixon gesture

91 Guzzles

93 Fort ____ (where Billy the Kid was killed)

94 More streaked, as marble

96 Principles

97 Eight things that most spiders have

98 Barack Obama’s mother

99 Lacto-____-vegetarian

100 Black

101 Hole number

103 Vaulted

105 It’s bedazzling

107 Stopper, of a sort

110 N.A.A.C.P. ____ Award

112 It’s a tragedy when seen in close-up but a comedy in the long shot, per Charlie Chaplin

114 Co-star of 2011’s “Bridesmaids”

115 Home of The Herald

117 Memo taker

118 Flanged fastener

119 Promgoer’s concern, maybe

120 John of “The Addams Family”

121 Ring bearers?

122 It’s not a good look

123 Handbook info, for short

124 Doctors’ orders

Down

1 Upstart’s goal

2 Istanbul’s Grand ____

3 Perfect places for bowlers to aim?

4 Ring

5 Comment when you need a serious comeback at the end of a bowling game?

6 What a slug may leave behind?

7 Bygone cry of outrage

8 “You got that right!”

9 ____ Singer (“Annie Hall” protagonist)

10 French way

11 Estevez of “The Breakfast Club”

12 Whether to aim at 7 or 10, in bowling?

13 “Chop-chop!”

14 Disappointing news for a bowler?

15 Colt, maybe

16 City in Texas or Ukraine

26 Forces (upon)

28 Short end of the stick

29 Raising

30 Prepared

32 Smoky agave spirit

35 Big advertising catchword

37 Police rank: Abbr.

40 Like some poetry

43 “You didn’t fool me!”

46 Geographical anagram of ASLOPE

47 Bring on

49 Material found in countertops

52 Birthstone of some Scorpios

53 Close kin, casually

54 Lotus-____ (figures in the “Odyssey”)

56 Stroked

57 Code for the busiest airport in Australia

60 ____ blanc

62 Niña companion

65 Projected, as a film

67 First word across in the world’s first crossword (1913)

69 Relates

70 Director Leone of spaghetti westerns

71 Pre-K group?

72 Knockout

73 Pace at which bowlers complete their games?

76 “Wheel of Fortune” option

78 Hip bowling enthusiasts?

79 Go from one state to another?

80 “Family Feud” option

82 Like some car air fresheners

84 Action-packed

85 What people who agree speak with

86 Like breast-cancer awareness ribbons

88 Three-____ (long movies, once)

89 Highland language

91 Mix up

92 Changed like Ophelia in “Hamlet”

94 Modern activity banned in most high schools

95 Rodeo activity

101 Ben & Jerry’s buy

102 Beloved: Lat.

104 Adele, voicewise

106 Quite a long time

108 Friendly femme

109 Bowlers’ targets … 10 of which can be found appropriately arranged in this puzzle

111 “Gosh!”

113 When Bastille Day occurs

114 Major operation?

116 Prefix with -morphic

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