Mordo - Crossword clue | CROSSWORD PUZZLE ANSWERS PART A 17.09.2016

de Guerre (French military award) 
Type of angle or pain 
Top-___ (golf ball brand) 
Sticking points on crows? 
Steal gas, in a way 
Something tested on the vine 
Shot for one?
Sculpting materials 
Scholastic stat 
Reverse or drive, e.g 
Prayer's end 
Place of desertion 
Not a soul 
Move merchandise 
Makes noise at night 
Make upset 
Like bodies on beaches 
Letters from a poor gambler 
Jazzy instruments 
Game played with horses and mallets 
Fruit bearer 
Fishing in the Atlantic, e.g 
Dinner jacket material, sometimes 
Fabled slipper material 
Word with oral or physical
Tropical fruit producer
Decreases in strength 
Toddlers’ boo-boos
Takes for granted
Cut-___ (short shorts) 
Swom declaration
Source of syrup
Certainly not for 
Sing the blues about
Cause to laugh 
Seafood served with a nutcracker
Caffeine-containing nut 
Result of pulling the goalie
Bit of defamation 
Recorded, in a way
Birchbark craft 
Places for used wheels
Potentially dangerous situation
Belts, as flies 
Place to stash cash
Beat in competition 
Peace Nobelist Wisel
A pair's air 
Baking need 
Oranutan or gibbon
Morales of “NYPD Blue”
Apollo letters 
All couples 
Maker of the ill-fated Dreamcast
Lombardi Trophy org.
Addition shape, sometimes 
Listers on eBay
"Then it's settled" 
"Little" girl of early comics 
Wild one 
Taking it slow 
What anchors cover 
Up for __ (gossipy?) 
Lifelong buds, in texts
Unexpected break caused by a fall 
Is __ (probably will)
Town on Mauna Loa 
Intelligence test finding
In the style of
How food may be seasoned
Heartburn medicine brand
Gun N’Roses frontman __ Rose
They ran on Rolls-Royce engines 
Takes it slow 
Group mailing aid
Stone’s father in ”. . . Spider-Man 
Great skill in performance
Start of a stretch 
Freddie the Freeloader, e.g.
Fonzie catchphrase
Everglades beast, for short
Eastern guiding principle
Sounds that a toy makes 
Drift off for a bit
Dizzying pictures
Make tangible 
Sounds that a toy makes 
SkyTeam member 
Six-pack descriptor 
Creative problem solver
Silly String, essentially 
Romney’s major at BYU 
Resealable bag material, for short 
Radio format for those 25 to 55 
Body art, briefly
Queen Bey’s consort 
Assess, as a fine
Penguin designation 
Air show maneuver
Palm, perhaps 
nut (wheel fastener)
Only female role in a certain Bard romance 
“Monster-in-Law” actress, familiarly
“Jazz Masters Tribute Concert” org.
Major scrape 
“Fried Green Tomatoes” scriptwriter Fannie
“Exodus” protagonist
Long-term trainee 
Locust, for instance 
“All Things Considered” network
Knitter beginner’s challenge 
Kidder’s comment 
Key inspector 
cake (tot's game)
Judean sage 
Canals (Great Lakes connection)
Island seat of Clan MacLeod 
Younger brother of George W
Imprecision, for short 
WWII hero of DC Comics
How sets begin 
Writers Brookner and Desai
Hindu Cupid 
With a rhythmic groove
Windows key neighbor
Video game designer's mappings
Use plastic, in away
Use it for crying out loud
U.N. ambassador under John and Lyndon
Tools for cobblers
They're measured in degrees
They'll get you in the door
Stephen of 'The Crying Game'
Sing the praises of
Shannon in the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Seville tourist attraction
Retire from refereeing with a bang?
Red wine from Australia
Play with your fingers
Programmer's job
Penultimate contest
Pair on a pinup
Org. with a summer championship
Org. with a Colorado Springs training facility
Old-school man caves
Not bound to Hillary or Donald: Abbr
Muse often depicted with a celestial globe
Move for Michelle Kwan
Morally bankrupt
Mini marsupial
Many Christmas presents
Make a surgical cut
Macbeth's dagger, e.g
Lowest deck on the ship
Like some upscale neighborhoods
La Lune circles it
In the drunk tank?
In a spirited manner
In a macabre manner
Humphrey's 'Casablanca' role
He pours beers for Homer, Carl and Lenny
Google deliveries 
Golf pro with a Loudmouth clothing line 
Great Leap Forward proponent
Fruit that isn't cute?
Fresh from the pool
Festoons on Halloween, informally
Festival when hamantaschen are eaten
Evidence examiners
Everyone in the pool?
Get no help 
Email program button
Explanation for disorder 
Dreadlocked dogs
Exotic diagnoses, in medical slang 
Domain of Louis the Pious: Abbr
Doing a jig to celebrate dissolving a relationship?
Excessively charming 
Do-it-yourself guru Bob
Early investor in Disneyland 
Container for flies
Company best known for its cassette tapes
Dr. Watson outburst 
Dome for some, perhaps 
Congregation holder
Disapproval for a change 
City with a famous mausoleum
Christmas cookie shape 
Checks the figures? offering 
Airer of the Sharktopus franchise 
Cause a Congressional bigwig to bust a gut?
Cherry cousin 
Call for the Coast Guard
Capitol Records buyer in 1955 
Big musical group
Cain descendant, per ancient literature 
Beyond unpopular
Broody or pensive 
Batter Cream?
Bottles used by locksmiths? 
Bates of 'American Horror Story'
Biathlon, in part 
Accounting column
Betray awe 
'Mystic River' writer Dennis
Archaeological treasure 
'Let them barbershop singers dangle!'?
'Edit this manuscript I wrote!'?
Adverb from Old English for ”shelter” 
Accessory with metal aglets 
ABBA compilation with ”Gracias Por La Música” 
1950 classic its author wanted to call ”Mind and Iron” 
14th anniversary stone 
’30s ”fair competition” agcy 
”Thinks what ne’er was, __ is”: Pope 
”That’s all, folks” 
”Side missions” in the video game L.A. Noire 
”Apt” instrument in Bach’s ”St. Matthew Passion” 
Without dissent 
Uvula neighbor 
Triage basis 
Traditional slow cooker 
Touch and go? 
They’re often involved in murders 
Stylish beach resorts 
Studio department 
Sprint and others 
Sonata, e.g. 
Software whiz 
Slips on 
Serf of Sparta 
Sanctuary part 
Rundown areas 
Roller coaster named for a mountain 
Revered emblem 
Pen output 
Part of a name on the 1989 album “Dr. Feelgood” 
One whose business is growing 
NSA home 
Norah’s dad 
No gentle giant 
Mr. Peanut trademark 
Middle Eastern stuffed vegetable dishes 
MBA subject 
Mahmoud’s PLO predecessor 
Like some storage shelves 
Like solitaire 
Latin I word 
Lab warning 
Key chain attachments 
Ice cream baron William 
Hue and cry 
Height is an exception to it 
Formulation in Newton’s “Principia” 
First, second and third 
First person indicator 
First book of the Great Plains trilogy 
Fills with mortar, as tile 
Eponymous 2001 album 
Congo jungle denizen 
Certain permit holder 
Central California county 
Brown is one of them 
Bart Simpson’s grandma 
70s-’80s sitcom roommate 
1963 Best Actor 
“You had your chance!” 
“Say no more” 
“Paradise Lost” style 
“Coming Out if the Dark” singer 
“By all means!” 
Counter orders? 
One exposed by a flip-flop 
Catch in a net 
San Diego suburb known as the "Jewel of the Hills" 
It has rules for writing 
Place to do some shots? 
Currency of Peru 
Angst-ridden and moody 
They're often said to be sitting or moving 
Tickets, in slang 
Country that's home to Dracula's Castle 
King James, e.g. 
Cry before rage-quitting 
They're graded in geology class 
N.F.C. South pro 
One day's drive, maybe 
Plaster of paris, essentially 
"Whew!," upon arriving home 
Spelling with lines 
Bulldog rival 
One who works a lot? 
Spot for autograph seekers 
Educational foundations 
Curry of the N.B.A. 
Round end, of a sort 
Book before Philemon 
Where Arthur Ashe played college tennis 
Court psychologist's ruling 
Some kitchen utensils 
For the ages 
Terse admission 
Break down, maybe 
McCarthy in Hollywood 
Asia's ___ Darya River 
Staple of Victorian architecture 
Falcons, on scoreboards 
5 1/2-point type 
Letterhead abbr 
"Lemme be straight with you ..." 
Website for people interested in "cultivating" a relationship? 
Dish that often includes anchovies 
Title sometimes shortened by removing its middle letter 
Stephen who was nominated for a 1992 Best Actor Oscar 
Structural support 
Alternative to a snap 
Snack brand first produced at Disneyland in the 1960s 
For instance 
Christ's end? 
Clichéd gift for a prisoner 
One in la-la land 
Exclamation sometimes said with a hand over the mouth 
When repeated, singer of the 1987 #1 hit "Head to Toe" 
Subject for une chanteuse 
Branch extension 
Payola payoff 
First name in fantasy fiction

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