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Thursday, August 18, 2016

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WWII sub
With merriment
Tierra Fuego
Stockbroker's advice
Mischievous Norse god
Luminescent insect
Chick's mom
Charlie Parker's instrument
Biblical dancer
'Wheel of Fortune' finale
' Renee' (1960s hit)
Worship site
To a greater extent
They move on cushions of air
Rubber source
Recital works
Protest participant
Picnic container
Physique, slangily
Magnet end
Lingerie buy
Chophouse order
Kagan of the Supreme Court
Cain's brother
What most humans are
Whispered entreaty
What wrestlers practice?
Violently release lava
That is, in Latin
Television tuner of old
Swan constellation
Reverse, as a mistake
Something apartment renters can't get
Word that can follow the first parts of 17- and 60-Across and 11- and 27-Down to form baseball terms 
Raised mark on the skin
Put up, as a picture
Wallach of “The Godfather Part III” 
Postpone to a later date
Turned off, as sound 
Pole that may have many faces
Trousers, informally 
Of some benefit
Places to get muddied up
Tennis do-over 
Pharmacist's dispensations
Targets of sutures 
Musical ensemble of eight
Take the gold 
Mrs. Hudson, to Sherlock Holmes
Taco ingredient 
More like a puppy dog
Study intently 
Lithium-battery link
Length x width, for a rectangle
Lengthy suit sizes
SpaceX CEO Musk 
Some resort locales 
It's for two only
Solid precipitation 
Slight variation of color 
Site of many Hollywood stars 
Service station goo 
Schooner beverage 
Sch. near Harvard 
Royal flush part 
Resounding, like a canyon 
Pouting look 
Infamous abductors
It brings a smile to a miner's face
It may include the sniffles
It turns Santa's suit black
Political payoff 
Play backdrop 
Height-challenged
Place for an iron rooster 
Personally close to 
Hair options
One of Rickey Henderson’s record 1,406 
Great Barrier Reef makeup
Moulin Rouge city 
Former Iranian leaders
Examine hastily
Middleton of royalty 
Electric power measure
Joy Adamson’s lioness 
Less hospitable 
Incite fisticuffs 
Make ecstatic 
Drink by the yard
Lifesaving team, briefly 
Deepen, as a channel
Cornbread concoction
Charlemagne's domain
Kinski title role of 1979 
Censored material
Campus meeting place
John __ & Sons (Scotch maker) 
C-shaped carpentry gadget
Jabbed in the ribs 
BP Amoco's acquisition
Advocate forcefully
Big name in copiers, once
Battle reminders
Exhale audibly 
Housemate of Garfield 
Hobby shop kit 
Airborne annoyances
Hendrix at Woodstock 
Head an effort 
Gentle touches 
Add the audio
Game summary 
A friend in war
Formally hand over 
Food and sehelter, for two 
Flying Clouds of old autodom 
"Rolling in the Deep" chanteuse
"Jack of all trades, master of ___"
Easily split mineral 
Bend at a barre 
Did as directed 
Did a stud’s work 
Deliver, as Muzak 
Cryptographer’s org. 
Completed at Henley 
Capacitance unit 
Bug big-time 
Broken mirror, to some 
Bookie’s figures 
Berry of “Die Another Day” 
Be suitable for 
Bank protector 
Astronaut’s wear 
__-K (school for tots) 
__ out (barely manage) 
“This won’t hurt __!” 
“Think nothing __!” 
“Pronto!” letters 
“Little” Dickens heroine 
“Escales” composer Jacques 
“Benevolent” order 
“Be silent,” in music 
“__ boom bah!” 
Mama (rum-based tropical cocktail)
Women's wellness magazine since 1979
Type of tax-advantaged bond, for short
Tesserae art
Sign of things to come
Start to puncture?
Words on Alice’s cake 
Sound made by an Alka-Seltzer tablet
Unvarnished .. Or like the end of the answers to starred clues? 
They catch a lot of waves 
Sign in a broadcast booth
Sound check item 
Sequel to 'Angela's Ashes'
Slugger with the most career grand slam HRs 
Ready, willing, and able
New Rochelle college 
Silver and gold 
Projectile tossed on Temple Beth Shalom's annual whale hunt?
Show off, in a way 
Screen signal
PayPal's parent, once
Prepare to start over, perhaps 
Not rush hour
Pooh pal 
New Balance rival
Pilot, or a prefix with pilot 
Mil. branch that wanted you to 'be all you can be'
Photobucket alternative 
One whp is often disorderly 
Midway souvenir?
One of the two 
Not for kids 
Mayor who later presided over 'The People's Court'
Marvel Comics character played thrice by Wesley Snipes
Marcos with an enormous shoe collection
Largest Mississippi River feeder by volume 
Madeline of 'Blazing Saddles'
Lean and strong 
Latin words of clarification
Match.com goal 
Liver nutrient 
Judy Garland's surname, at birth
Motorcycle cop, perhaps 
Joe's 'Midnight Cowboy' sidekick, played by Dustin Hoffman
It's never in the nominative case
Mary-in-mourning sculpture 
Island divided among Brunei, Indonesia, and Malaysia
It came before the pullus in ancient Rome … or did it?
Make a misstep 
Long-plumed fisher 
Imperiled atmospheric layer
Hook and sinker's partner
Home of the Kon-Tiki Museum
Large server 
Hockey legend Phil, to his fans
Lacking energy 
Fuzzy fabric lump
Ice cream brand introduced 1866 
Four-one-one
Hiddleston who plays Loki in “Thor” 
Enshrouds in Charmin, colloquially
Ernie on the links
Colon pair 
Civil wrong 
Giza neighbor 
Gibbs of “The Jeffersons” 
Flood survivor 
Fast-food pork sandwich 
Either of the two lead characters in 'Dumb & Dumber'?
Egyptian snake 
Dry as a bone
Early video game letters 
Diminutive Cooper
Do nothing 
Defunct cable channel on which 'Star Trek: Voyager' debuted
Decoratively sculpted tube pan
Charlotte or Ballet follower
Caribbean vacation spot 
Cartel letters
Blue-roofed restaurant chain 
California coastal city for which a Barbie was named
Barista offering 
Blue Moon Belgian White and Anchor Liberty
Birthstone of many a Taurus
Answers briefly? 
Antisaddlebag procedure, for short
Animated short promoting the new iPhone?
Alicia Keys record label 
1805 Beethoven premiere 
Shopping area loiterer 
Action's opposite, in a saying
Accomplish on behalf of
Put in long hours 
2001 Odyssey, in 'Saturday Night Fever'
Dramatic gridiron pass 
'Spare me the details!'
“Wait Wait .. Don’t Tell Me!” airer 
'Little' Dickens heroine
“The Vampire Chronicles” novelist 
'A good walk spoiled,' per Mark Twain
“Now I get it” 
“Live” sign 
“Let’s hear the story!” 
“As a result ..” 
“__: Legacy”: sci-fi sequel 
Unconventional 
What's here 
Waste no time 
Turns loose 
Touch-and-go 
Tarot deck grouping 
Surly one 
Sudden increase 
Stands up to 
Spielberg's Oskar 
Soy-based soup 
Snooze symbol 
Smooths out 
Smooth out 
Sikorsky of aviation 
Short trips 
Sans decorations 
Pricey writing paper 
Power source 
Play for a fool 
Out of one's thoughts 
Org-chart section 
Office agreement 
Now, in legalese 
Nile queen, for short 
Mother of some pups 
Memo imperative 
Marlin, for instance 
Lauren colleague 
Land east of Valencia 
Key particles in cloud electrification 
Ivy Leaguers 
It's not serious 
It may come between money and everything 
White tiger, e.g 
Immodest pursuit 
Visitor to Siam 
Homer Simpson's hangout 
Do roadwork, say 
Headlight bulbs 
Good: Lat 
First chip in the pot 
Euro predecessors 
Utopian episode 
Element in fine watches 
Turned ten into a thousand 
They're good for what ails you 
Contractual recipient 
Target for a masseur 
City near Delhi 
Catherine of Aragon's mom 
Cast-iron component 
Carmela on "The Sopranos" 
Burger serving 
Bass output 
Great-grandfather of Moses 
Brief brawl 
Pontypool people 
Pierce player 
Bolt the sprinter 
Blue Grotto locale 
Bass output 
Bit of chat shorthand 
Some are induced 
Bean in some stews 
Be off-base 
Snap indicator 
Be next to 
Auto with a trident logo 
Rewarded for a job well done 
Aussie exports 
Moon display? 
Local group 
Painful reprimand 
Oz in the bookstore 
Gets a newer phone, say 
One chained to a desk 
Not quite free of bugs 
North America/Europe twin cities 
Mrs., in Mexico 
Like some big plates 
Like lots 
Ill-suited for growing 
Home invader 
Applies, as barbecue spices 
Gene's 'Young Frankenstein' co-star 
Funky quality 
Frenetically busy 
"I Am Spock" author 
Evangelist's handout 
Europe/Middle East twin cities 
Euro division 
Entertaining pros 
Emergency room annoyance 
Edit menu choice 
Diving position 
Diving device 
Dark brown shade 
Danger for small boats 
Criminal charge? 
Completely baffled 
Zero, in sports slang 
Clairvoyance and the like 
You betcha! 
Councilor's place 
Word after prime or cut 
Word after hot or before kit 
Upholsterer’s stock 
Comic Sykes 
Universe of Energy locale 
Collectors do it 
Two-syllable cheer 
This, appropriately 
Cashew family member 
Booms, e.g 
Bob and others 
There’s this thing called Google 
Become involved 
Subway station feature 
Attendee, in combinations 
The Grapes of Wrath itinerant 
Attacked an attacker 
Smokes once touted by Willie the penguin 
Answers after two rings 
Sarge’s “Sell my city bonds!” telegram? 
Ancestry.com determination 
Rock-paper-scissors, by another name 
Aaron Paul's 'Breaking Bad' role 
Pounds, for example 
2006 Andrea Bocelli album 
Popular game with the sequel Riven 
Pen name 
'Whoa now!' 
One of the Dolomites 
Olympic racing event 
'Knowing Me, Knowing You' group 
'Emerson Concerto' composer 
'Anywhere But Here' novelist Simpson 
Noted trans-Atlantic voyager 
One of the Coen brothers 
Odor-Eaters product 
Not the main food allotment for one on an intel mission? 
Noodle count in one of Arizona’s largest cities? 
Newspaper with the headline “Mystery Hero Saves Falling Space Plane” 
New York Times pieces since 1970 
Mount in Greek myth 
March locale of note 
Many investig ators’ leads 
Lotion ingredient 
Listing in un annuaire 
Like the cinnamon in babka 
Like best buds 
Kind of flute 
It’s so typical 
Ingredient in Christmas pudding 
In scorin g position, say 
Here/there connector 
Hang back 
Hail, e.g. 
Gentle reminder 
Gay who wrote “Frank Sinatra Has a Cold” 
Flared dress 
Fitzgerald of old “Is it live, or is it Memorex?” ads 
Faux bronze 
Energy-saving mode 
Ear parts 
Drinks with plenty of vermouth 
Dream time, for short 
Dosimeter reading 
Did a tour after joining up? 
Delegation at the Oslo Accords 
Corp. recruiters’ targets 
Chops up 
Car modified into the Monkeemobile 
Biblical mount 
Beat the drum for 
Be on the level? 
Actor ___ Elba 
Abbr. that usually follows a comma 
___ You (1975 #1 Minnie Riperton hit)