Mordo - Crossword clue | CROSSWORD PUZZLE ANSWERS PART A 30.08.2016

Worked in a lumber mill
Woman of ill repute
Winning serve
West of old Hollywood
Top for some containers
Theater notables
Switzerland's ___ Leman
Small excerpt
Shoppers' stops
Scorpion's output
Round, domed building
Sample the air
Rock from side to side
Ransom seekers
Producers of school anxieties
Place of many large schools
Period of history
Pago Pago location
Org. with real operators
Online address, familiarly
Notify of danger
Norwegian royal name
Musical instrument that operates mechanically
Mythical "Arabian Nights" bird
Member of a historical horde
Lots and lots
Longfellow's Pilgrim
Light cotton fabric
Leave no tip to
Kind of soup or sauce
John of rock and pop
Japanese capital?
It may be seen around the house
Huge star in Cygnus
Handles the tab
Floral gift, in one state
Dramatization of Jesus' crucifixion
Double standard?
Do some winter airport work
Defense alliance since 1949
Crescent features
Cockpit prediction
Class identifier
Choose by popular vote
Child's stomach, when said twice
Cheap and tawdry
Catching sight of
Body designs
Be an NFL offensive coordinator
Asian goatlike antelope
"You're in for ___ treat!"
"The Fresh Prince of ___-Air"
"Silent Night" adjective
Words of resignation
Way to get a lift
Tyrrhenian port city southeast of Naples
They're beyond scrutiny
The loneliest number, to Caesar
Technique that might be used to correct myopia
Some traffic barriers
Sent a duplicate email to
Sammy of corked bat infamy
Right on point, stylewise
Rapper/actor born Tracy Lauren Marrow
Pub drinks that are 'mixed' at the starts of the four longest puzzle answers
Prereq for upper level college math
Prepares to go surfing?
Nipper the Dog's co
Monetary unit of Slovenia
Lotus 1-2-3 successor
Like many a bridal gown
Like a snowy egret
Like a Jungian child?
Like a certain Parker?
It's when Macbeth kills Duncan
It's what a cat might sit on or do with its milk
Harmon who plays Jane Rizzoli on the tube
Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle newsletter
Ground cereal seed
Gene Simmons's band
Flower in a nursery rhyme pocketful
Feature of the preferred path, usually
First year of the Christian era
Feature of a Louise Brooks bob
Eugene O'Neill's titular hairy beast
Erstwhile Seattle hoopsters, to their fans
Electric slide, for example
Crunch's relative
Competition central to the myth of Atalanta
Commercial come-on
Button at the bowling alley
Barely scratch (out)
Baby Bells' parent
Word on one of a matching pair 
With 29-Down, hoppy new 
Visa applicant 
Artist's digs, perhaps
Tuck away 
Ancient Roman's wrap
Try for a role 
Tough trail for hikers 
Accessory for Frosty the Snowman
'Yeezus' artist, to his fans
Taylor who sang “Beautiful” 
Sporty Italian auto, for short 
'The vilest ___ like poison weeds / Bloom well in prison air' (Oscar Wilde)
Swing a scythe 
'The Man' of the St. Louis Cardinals
Seminal punk band, with “The” 
See 40-Across 
Saw eye to eye 
'I Ride an Old ___' (cowboy song)
The munchies, e.g. 
Terra __ (dry land) 
Sorry situation 
Simmon of KISS 
Sign of hunger 
Showing no emotion 
Rush week venue, for short 
Rise late 
Rickman of Harry Potter movies 
Recipe phrase 
Really ticked off 
Proofreader’s reversal 
Polished in manner 
Pioneer Boone, folksily 
Penultimate fairy tale word 
Panetta who headed the CIA 
Opposed to, in dialect 
One to hang with 
One of the Little Women 
NFL venues 
Metro map points 
Low woman in a choir 
Like proverbial hen’s teeth 
Jean Arp’s art genre 
Is in hock 
Intentional loss 
Houseplant’s home 
Hoops great Shaq 
Hobby kit with a colony 
Herb in turkey stuffing 
Have the final say 
Hangs in the hammock 
Grows more intense 
Get in a stew 
Gamblers’ strategies 
Filed items 
ExxonMobil brand 
duck (crispy dish) 
Eats quickly 
Coin motto brand 
Classic doll 
WPA establisher 
Cheated, slangily 
Beverly Hills home, most likely 
Carolyn who created Nancy Drew 
Bit of hope, so to speak 
Wound up costing 
Big name in compilation CDs 
What 1 is the reciprocal of 
Bering or Barents 
Beat, barely 
West End washroom 
Barnako’s land 
Western omelet ingredient 
All wired up 
A.D. part 
400-meter path, perhaps 
1959 No. 1 hit for Llyod Price 
Weaver's device 
__ voce (softly) 
Watchmaker's aid 
“There’s more ..” 
Vitamin in lean meat 
“Chunnel” country 
Nursery cry 
“Butterflies __ Free” 
Unappealing food 
Tourist destination of Tuscany 
Tourist destination of Lombardy 
Theater composer Menken 
Subject of some rallies 
Squalid shack 
Sewer line? 
Running track 
Ready to fly 
Pronounce judgment 
Prefix with syllabic to describe 'syllabic' 
Offend olfactorily 
Nucleus circler 
North Carolinian 
Mischievous sorts 
Letters on a candy heart 
Last qualifier 
Kylo ('Star Wars: The Force Awakens' villain) 
It can sense scents 
Israel's only female prime minister 
Hammerin' Hank 
Grind together, as teeth 
Body spray brand marketed to young men 
Football's Tarkenton 
Writer Zola 
Fill a clown car, say 
With 65-Across military specialist 
With 29-Across, baseball’s major leagues, in slang 
Dryer detritus 
Vena __: major blood line 
Digital camera setting 
TV “angel” Cheryl who replaced Farrah Fawcett 
Delicate fabric 
Texter’s sign off 
Death, in Deutschland 
Turner of “The Postman Always Rings Twice” (1946) 
Trio minus one 
Took to the sky 
Tokyo, once 
Chronic critic 
The “kid” in “Here’s looking at you, kid” 
Change jar clinker 
Teller of macabre tales 
Bring to life 
Takes chances with a radar trap 
Supremes singer Ross 
Student’s assignment 
As soon as 
Stereotypical cracker requester 
Stair part 
2002 film with a sequel subtitled 'The Meltdown' 
Ship that’s safe for an ocean voyage 
See 62-Across .. and an acronym of the starts of 20-, 37- and 48-Across 
What two ends of a belt do? 
See 47-Across 
Sans clothing 
What David had to do against Goliath? 
San Antonio mission 
Roof for bugs and slugs, perhaps? 
Restore to health 
RCA product 
Like a kid with a dreidel? 
Pepsi, e.g. 
O’hara plantation 
Model Heidi 
Milky gem 
Paper Mate products 
One who shuns all animal products 
Takes advantage of 
Nebraska city near Boys Town 
Rosebush sticker 
Unable to bend 
Judicial order 
Mayberry tyke 
Unsociable one 
Madison Ave. figures 
Wooden strip 
'You wish!' 
Long verse 
Investments for the future: Abbr. 
Indy 500 stat 
Daytime TV mogul 
CPR pros 
High fly to the shortshop 
and blood (kin) 
Grey Goose rival 
Very devout 
Eiffel Tower city 
Vanish into __ air 
Doesn’t play fair 
Disney dear 
Dictation pro 
Tiny bottle 
Tunnel sound 
Trumpets and trombones 
“I smell __!” 
“For __ a jolly good fellow ..” 
Chew the scenery 
Candy sold in pairs 
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, for one 
Barrel roll or wingover 
Summer Games athlete 
Award for 46-Down 
State north of Calif 
Art class form 
Prayer closer 
Apron tops 
Standing upright 
Accordion fold 
State north of Calif 
__ and dine 
Shot in the dark 
“Tess of the d’Urbervilles” author Thomas 
Smudge on a shirt 
“Homeland” actress Claire 
Not difficult 
“Dies __”: hymn 
“Big bad” pig harasser 
Retail shop 
Rec-room appliances that may be ''smart'' 
Precious stone 
Planted, as seeds 
Pirate captain portrayer Johnny 
Glossy finish 
Piece of paper 
Not as much 
Move to and __ 
Make a dash for 
Guitar container 
Get well 
Dartboard, for one 
Cut of meat 
Church seats 
City near Seattle 
Crunchy sandwiches, for short 
Tiny fraction of a min. 
Cook in hot oil 
What hath the gardener wrought? 
Cleveland's Great Lake 
Vegas resort with a musical name 
Tulsa sch. named for an evangelist 
Tree used in bow-making 
Train track parts 
Charmingly attractive 
Toy with a tail 
Charmingly appealing 
Tin Man’s need 
This puzzle’s circled letters, for the words that precede them 
Casserole fish 
Sun and Sky org. 
Steak specification 
Alabama port 
Stars exist over them 
Sounds from a happy kitty 
Something a tank top lacks 
Some drums 
Soft food for babies 
Ski lodge, often 
Second-greate st period in something’s history 
Sch. group 
Ruhr Valley city 
Region affected by Brexit 
Palin was his running mate 
Reason for school cancellation 
Part of a family inheritance 
Ones coming out 
One over an eagle 
Old Third Ave. trains in New York City 
Old blade 
Notre Dame’s Parseghian 
No way! 
Massachusetts’ Cape ___ 
Makes a big stink 
Like only one prime number 
Lady of the Haus 
Kind of supplement 
How M.L.B. games are often broadcast 
Had too much, briefly 
Got around 
Goolagong of tennis 
Go along with 
Forty ___ and a mule (post-Civil War allotment) 
Flowering plants from Australia 
Fit for service 
FICA tax payer 
Family multitasker 
End of a movement 
Electric keyboard heard on “I Am the Walrus” 
Dryer screen buildup 
Contact lens care brand 
Considerable salary to pull down 
Come around again 
Buddy who played Jed Clampett in 1960s TV 
Bring under control 
Bollywood costume 
Best-selling author who was a runner-up for Time’s 2007 Person of the Year 
Bell town in a Longfellow poem 
Barbecue side dish 
Antiquated office duplicate 
Android purchases 
Admiral who explored the Antarctic

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