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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

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Up for it
Tricky crossword, perhaps
Summer on the Seine
Sheepish remarks
Pop's sister
Minnows' relatives
Italian sandwich
Hollywood's 'Elephant Boy'
Halloween outing
Composer Ned
Final life story
From Athens
Go yachting
Charlie Brown's sister
'Pygmalion' monogram
Useful skill
Time in office
Speaks explosively in anger
Sign of error
Prayer finish
Ouzo flavor
Infield corner
Heart, for one
German conjunction
Gauge setting
CBer's need
Brat's opposite
Beanie or beret
Angled pipe
Major (Big Dipper constellation)
Your equal in society
Word with "business" or "life"
Word screamed by soccer announcers
What manicurists do
What anything can be in front of?
Type of bean or milk (Var.)
Stands totally apart
Split down the middle
Shun caution
Rise in opposition
Quote, as a passage
Priority Mail agcy
Part of a sportscast
Natural fertilizer source
Napoleon's punishment
Mythical goat-legged reveler
Mosaic, for one
Minimal bikini bottom
Market used merchandise
Web-footed mammal 
Sans-serif typeface 
Still-life jug 
Make a new preliminary sketch, e.g
Major time period
Like fine scotch
Al who created Li’l Abner 
Pee Wee in Cooperstown 
Shady retreat 
Tickle the fancy of 
Yawn-inducing sort 
Wedding cake layer 
Unique person 
Turns back to 000 
Treat with a lickable center 
Leave in haste, as a cat
Junkyard canine
The Gaslight 
Is allowed to, to Shakespeare
Itsy-bitsy parasite
Telegraph taps 
Itsy-bitsy amount
It gets on one's nerves
Talk fresh to 
Greedy sort, animal-wise
Stout order 
Gomer of Mayberry
Fly-trapping sticky stuff
Email filter target
Diplomat's skill
Starting on 
Compass drawings
Spheres of interest 
Combine numbers
Celebrity ribbing event
Sat for a shoot 
Caspian Sea tributary
Cake with a kick
Replaceable joint 
Burnout preventer, often
Right-leaning section of a political map 
Building locations
Bundling cotton
Restrained, as a flow 
Baker's dozen minus three
Relatives acquired by marriage 
Attack, as a wasp
Regatta tool 
At times it's upped
Rear-__ (auto mishap) 
Ran on TV
Amount of laundry
"As before," in footnotes
Raises, as young 
a soul (no one)
Perfume amount 
WKRP newsman Nessman
With 'The,' 2008 thriller featuring the Joker
Like a soft persimmon 
Tiny colony member
Make porter, say 
Take the initiative
Necco candy bit 
Swim, bike, and run event, for short
Stops along the road
Orthodontic devices 
Start of many a countdown
Significant ___ (partner)
Russian writer Turgenev
One of Mayberry’s Pyles 
Oath of Office need 
Really needled
Not easily excited 
Radar O'Reilly's beloved state
Groucho’s cigar, e.g. 
Polk's predecessor
Parks of civil disobedience fame
Niacin and riboflavin, for two 
News agcy. founded in 1907 
Org. once led by Ulysses S. Grant
On the up-and-up
Needing two airline seats, say 
On the same side
Official decree
Mermaid in 'The Little Mermaid'
Lovegood of the Harry Potter books
Loud, like the surf 
Letters on some fashion labels
Last name of two presidents
Like bar snacks, usually 
Jazz writer Hentoff
It might be open at a bar
Leave slack-jawed 
It breaks every morning
It's sometimes used with Ctrl and Del
Essayist’s page 
Groucho’s cigar, e.g. 
It may be paper or plastic
Fit snugly 
Fence or wall 
Fat in a can 
Give birth at the farm?
Force felt on Earth, briefly
Frenchman's noggin
Ford used as some cop vehicles, in slang
Emulated Pavlov’s dogs 
Flatow of 'Science Friday'
Eggs served with sushi 
“The final frontier” 
Early foe of 007 
English philosopher William of 
Dorothy’s transport to Oz 
Drift far and wide
Domino end with three dots 
Displaying pluckiness
Dolly in “Hello, Dolly!” 
Decides people's fates
Devious person
Dessert of cooked fruit 
Derek Jeter’s number 
Crimson Tide’s school 
Covers with Charmin, for short
Capital of Tibet
Cara of “Fame” 
Basks in the moment
Caesar of 1950s TV 
Bacteriologist's dish
British coppers 
African country that's ready for action?
Biblical scene of cacophony 
'You can say that again!'
'That's enough out of you!'
'That's a snap!'
Ab __ (from the beginning) 
'Please don't force me to do that, mob enforcer!'?
2005 Richard Gere movie 
“Happy Motoring!” brand of early TV 
'But let me get back to my point'
2000 Subway Series player 
'Beetle Bailey' character with big front teeth
“SNL” part 
Or __!” (ultimatum words) 
“Maude” star 
Take too far 
UK TV network 
Three-__ (office attire) 
Sets firmly 
Wife of Zeus 
Welcome Center freebie 
Way into a room 
Walk with a swagger 
Voting group 
Track event 
Three-__ (sidewalk scam) 
Three-__ (phoniness symbol) 
Three-__ (notebook type) 
Surrounded by 
Stood up 
Stick weapon 
Steals from 
Part of the eye 
Stares openly 
Some HDTVs 
Rowboat implement 
Rolled-up lunch 
Practicing, as a trade 
Road paths 
Right, on a map 
Quick looks 
Leave the pier 
Podiatry concerns 
More jittery 
Pigpen comment 
Pas' partners 
Part of TGIF 
Pack neatly 
No great shakes 
Nation n. of Mexico 
Mine extraction 
Melt a winter glaze from 
Mariner's greeting 
Line on a to-do list 
Less disheveled 
Leftover matter 
Layer of a cake 
Late-blooming flower 
Labor leader Chavez 
In this spot 
Hot-water gusher 
Hill's high point 
Hairdo stiffener 
Complainer, so to speak 
Gross distortion 
Greek Cupid 
Fail to notice 
County near London 
Snacks with a New England lighthouse on the package 
Treadmill setting 
Traveling convenience 
Top-rated 
Title character in a Beatles ‘White Album” song 
Ties with clasps 
Tic-tac-toe loser 
Every 24 hours 
Subj. for many an au pair 
Critics' blessings 
Spanish parlor 
Software security update 
Complainer, so to speak 
Beach locale 
Shutterfly order: Abbr. 
City on the Rio Grande 
Astronauts' starting point 
Chill out 
Salve additive 
Readily available, as a doctor 
Art on an arm, for short 
Predecessors of euros 
Play well with others 
Basketball arbiter 
Period preserved by a district in Williamsburg Virginia 
Partnered in crime 
Paper unit 
Ornamental pond fish 
"¿Cómo __ usted?" 
One usually follows a comma 
Newscaster Lindstrom 
Morning blend 
Monaco attraction 
Michael who played Worf on “Star Trek: T.N.G.” 
"__ Lisa" (da Vinci work) 
Mama bear, in Mexico 
"To reiterate . . ." 
Los Angeles Angels, in sportscasts 
Lennon’s widow 
"The Raven" monogram 
Knitting supply 
"Let's suppose . . ." 
Just painted 
Ill. Neighbor 
Green subj. 
Glorifying works 
Get together in secret? 
Frugal sort 
Foft-spoken painter Bob 
Finish a flight 
Fill in for 
Dutch beer named for a river 
Drained of color 
Doone of fiction and cookies 
Dip for veggies 
Denver-to-chicago dir. 
Cry softly 
Colour ending 
Capitale in which “La Dolce Vita” was filmed 
Calls before a criminal court 
Bump-log link 
Buf-__: facial sponge brand 
Bright bloom 
Book jacket parts 
Basketball move 
Ancient Aegean region 
Advised urgently 
1998 Alanis Morissete hit 
__ Peachik: flavored vodka 
“What’s gotten __ you?” 
“Never Wave at __”: Rosalind Russell film 
“My Cousin Vinny” star 
“Beauty and the Beast” beauty 
Work for one on the injured list 
With 29-Down, jumbled 
Wingtip width 
Williams’s partner in the paint business 
Trip odometer button 
Toothless fish 
Square-ended boat 
Singer whose last name is Gumundsdottir 
See 60-Down 
Section with a semidome 
Santa ___, California 
Romantic hopeful 
Robert of ‘The Sopranos’ 
Rick’s pianist 
Reserve for Christmas, perhaps 
Preparing for delivery 
Mentally prepares for an ordeal 
Massey of the Marx Brothers movie ‘Love Happy’ 
Pen knives? 
Oscar-winning screenwriter Robert 
Old-fashioned spot? 
Nay voters 
Mojave flora 
Like some flaws 
Like carbonara sauce 
Leaving the company, in a way 
Lamb tenders 
Lamb pieces 
Known earlier as 
Joint ownership word 
It could result from a torn ACL 
Inasmuch as 
Honey buy 
Halfway house? 
Had an inclination 
Flour variety 
Fit for guard duty 
Even though, to Brits 
Creator in the Quran 
Covert call 
Chorus from toadies 
Chart inspiration 
Cell component 
Capital on the Hudson 
Campaign-contributing org 
Camel’s kin 
Cafeteria item 
Boor’s lack 
Bob’s frequent co-star 
Between, in Bordeaux 
Best Picture set in Iran 
Banister support 
Arbitrary orders 
Amber libation 
‘Who has what it takes to be a swabbie, tonight on NBC’? 
‘Store owners vie for return shoppers, tonight on CBS’? 
‘Something to Talk About’ singer 
‘Now I get it!’ 
‘Legal eagles help the poor, tonight on PBS’? 
‘Enough already!’ 
Years and years 
Wine variety 
Where Caterpillar is headquartered 
What’s brewing, maybe 
What sorcerers practice … or a hint to interpreting five clues in this puzzle 
Traitor in the Revolutionary War 
Thousand G’s 
Stock watcher’s network 
States of pique 
Starting progress, metaphorically 
Something you might hear in an empty building 
Punjabi for “disciple” 
Part of the Olympics logo 
Part of STEM: Abbr. 
Spanish for “table” 
Seder celebrants 
Santa ___ winds 
Runaway G.I. 
Recital pieces 
Pioneering computer operating system 
Party clothes 
Part of A.D. 
Opening number 
One of 2,297 for Hank Aaron, in brief 
Off-color, paradoxically 
Occupied, as a lav 
Not be a tightwad 
Musial in Cooperstown 
Like much of Montana 
Lead-in to zone 
It has a 50% chance 
Intangible feeling, informally 
I knew it all ___ 
I do, e.g. 
Holy text 
Hartford-based insurance giant 
Hangover feeling 
Gulf Coast catch 
Guard one’s bets 
Gains, as in the stock market 
Forte, on a score 
Fail as a night guard, say 
Experience anew 
Dismissive looks 
Dining table decorations 
Composer Thomas 
Common laborer 
Church chorus? 
Chocolate dogs 
Cars introduced with much fanfare on “E Day” 
Carry a balance 
Bird on a Froot Loops box 
Big oaf 
Big nits 
At the Milliner’s painter 
All fired up 
Airway or pipe 
Affirmative, ___, I read you (line in “2001: A Space Odyssey”) 
Actor Burton 
___-l’oeil (illusion) 
___ Taft Benson (1980s-’90s Mormon leader) 

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