Mordo - Crossword clue | CROSSWORD PUZZLE ANSWERS PART B 23.10.2016

Where some wedges are used 

Xerxes' empire 
Wilbur Post's equine 
This evening, on marquees 
Tension-building part of an at bat 
Sum up, in short 
Subway fare? 
Slaughter of baseball 
Shivaree implements 
Prenuptial bashes 
Polynesian kingdom 
Perp prosecutors, briefly 
Pasture sounds 
Olympic speed skater Heiden 
Old gray beast 
Michael Jackson, e.g 
Noted Titanic passenger 
Moldable kids' stuff 
Missed by ___ (was way off) 
Make like Cruella De Vil 
Major under Custer 
Little Boy dropper ___ Gay 
Like some Greek architecture 
Kramden's buddy 
Justice appointed after Clarence 
Goal of a box office purchase 
In a high state of readiness 
Goes to the other side again, as a street 
Hosp. workers 
It's manual on old cars 
Humane Society transactions 
Hawaiian coffees 
Great strength or force 
GPS part (abbr.) 
Give a right to, as privileges 
Fifth canonical hour 
European travel expert Steves 
Egyptian sun deity 
Digestive juices 
County in Nebraska 
Cone creators 
Computer term 
Certain heads of state 
Be caught, as by a trick 
Airport serving Tokyo 
Acknowledges tacitly 
'Outside' prefix used in 'Ghostbusters' 
1948 Olivia de Havilland drama 
'Waiting to Exhale' star Angela 
'Siddhartha' author Hermann 
'Milk' Oscar winner Sean 
YSL part 
Watts of “The Impossible” 
Was attired in 
Warm and snug 
VMI athletes 
University of Wyoming city 
Toaster waffle brand 
Spy novelist Deighton 
Spring bloomers 
Speaks with one’s hands 
Some rodeo workers 
Some defensive linemen 
Solidarity leader Lech 
Show broadcaster 
Shot with lots of English 
Shakespearean “Phooey!” 
Satyric feeling 
Sale tag phrase 
Sabot or brogan 
Quarter, slangily 
Quarter of the deck 
Putt distance units 
Puts into words 
Ponzi scheme, e.g.
Plot measure 
Piep Peper follower 
Peephole’s place 
Ogden Nash creation 
Market researcher’s feedback source 
Like a diehard fan 
La __ Tar Pits 
Intensely emotional 
Keep clear of 
Jets or Sharks, in “West Side Story” 
Increased by 200 percent 
In the past 
Hose problem 
Harry Potter friend Lovegod 
H.S. course with a lab 
Grant’s 1860s counterpart 
Freshman’s home, most likely 
Fired upon 
Diet brand word 
Descartes’ “therefore” 
Datebook entries (Abbr.) 
Cross-shaped letters 
Closing credits list 
Cinematographer’s staff 
Chin dimple 
Chevy model of old 
Causes an unearned run 
Cause to see red 
Catkin-bearing tree 
Carrots, on some snowmen 
Car in a Halloween parade 
Campaigners’ bloopers 
Blended family of old TV 
Birds raised for their red meat 
Bearded smurf 
Batmobile rider 
Barely defeat 
Any of the Simpsons 
Antinuclear treaty 
All of the “noble” elements 
Agassi of tennis 
21-Down email suffix 
“Yeah, sure” 
“The same,” in footnotes 
“Feel the __” (Sanders slogan) 
“2 Broke Girls” network 
“__ a Lady” (Tom Jones hit) 
Test for some Ph.D. seekers 
The end of an 
Town near Santa Fe 
Unseal, in Shakespeare 
Yankee retiree nickname 
Written letter 
Williams at Wimbledon 
What typos on scores should do 
What ice cream might top 
Very, to 6 Across 
Vatican surrounder 
Upscale designer 
Unwilling to bend 
UK flyers 
Swedish-based airline 
Starfish habitats 
Straining to see 
Source of steam 
Soccer prize 
Single portion of an anthem 
Shook hands with 
Shades seen at sunset 
Sensors, essentially 
Self-conscious question 
Sean of ''Lord of the Rings'' 
Russian empresses 
Reluctant to give details 
Puts frosting on 
Prayer pronoun 
Pop singer __ Marie 
Pop singer Furtado 
Playing Chopin pieces poorly 
Play parts 
Picnic fare 
Less imaginative 
Nearly unobtainable 
Overly bright strings 
Of projectile motion 
Northwest capital 
Neuter possessive 
MPG monitor 
Montréal mornings 
Mideast region, poetically 
Mexican mlle 
Med. show sets 
Meals with matzoh 
Maine's state tree 
Load, as an app 
Legendary flier 
Future dr.'s exam 
Frozen foods, e.g 
Full measure 
Largest glandular organ 
Lake __ Vista, FL 
Kate, in ''Titanic'' 
Is vanquished by 
Increase, with ''up'' 
In the course of 
Helpful group 
Have risen for the day 
Had on 
Groovy acknowledgment 
Governmental games 
Got too hot 
Gentleman caller 
Comparatively cool 
Foster Grant rival 
Flaubert heroine 
First calendario month 
Farrow of film 
Farfalle or fusilli 
Far from windy 
Evaluation standard 
Escape successfully 
Entomology specimen 
Ending for buck 
Ending for ''most'' words 
Editor's directive 
Dramatic entryway 
Diet brand descriptor 
CPR class venue 
Come out with 
Bryn __ College 
Brewer's buy 
Bird's bill: Fr 
Big name in mascara 
Be deserving of 
Be a debtor of 
Bank-acct. stat 
Ballpark accommodation 
B-to-B bravery 
Atomic energy org 
Asset excess 
African fly 
Accustom (to) 
Addis __, Ethopia 
47th Vice President 
1810s First Family 
124 Across winner Hammerstein 
10K souvenir 
''The Godfather'' composer Nino 
''La Traviata'' composer 
''Is that stringed clatter necessary?'' 
''I didn't play 'Moonlight' that terribly!'' 
''Friends'' guy 

___ too happy
___ dish
[Look what I got away with!]
Words preceding 'We stand on guard for thee'
Woodworking fasteners
With 109-Down, cochlea's place
What 'i.e.' means
Verizon subsidiary
University of Washington logo
Under the 67-Across
Under the 29-Across
Under the 105-Across
Twain's 'celebrated jumping frog'
Title fictional character who 'sprang from his Platonic conception of himself'
Thin as ___
Target customer of Yelp
Take on
Stick ___
Start of the fourth qtr
Spanish bear
Some subjects in Scheherazade's stories
Some P.O. plans
Small swigs
Sky light
Single-masted pleasure craft
Silly billy
Signature Obama legislation, for short
Sighed line
Selfish sort
See 102-Across
Sculpture medium for Calder
Ringing words?
Reagan has one named for him
R.E.M.'s 'The ___ Love'
Quite the hike
Put on the back burner
Print tint
Prestigious mil. award
Preserver of bugs
Potus #34
Portland-to-Spokane dir
Political columnist Matt
Playful leap
Places for studs
Parisian sibling
Over the 62-Across
Over the 27-Across
Over the 104-Across
One who can pick his work?
Olympics venue between London and Tokyo
Old line in Russia
Obsessed with fantasy role-playing games, say
Neck and neck
N.Y.C. div
Mushroom variety
Mount of Greek myth
Mother-of-pearl source
Melodramatic response
Many a Jazz fan
Man's name that's the reverse of 66-Down
Man's name that's the reverse of 117-Down
Lynn in the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Louis Armstrong vocal feature
Like quiche
Letters ending a business name
Leon ___, Henry James biographer
Kind of branch
Keeps up
John Paul's successor
International observance in 20-Down, informally
Informal acknowledgment of responsibility
Increasing in pitch
In low spirits
In conflict
House member from the Bay Area beginning in 1987
High point of a European vacation?
H. H. Munro's pen name
Guarantee that one will
Gerrymanders, say
Front and back, at a golf course
Friday, on old TV: Abbr
Food preservative abbr
Floor-length formalwear
Fired bullets, informally
Female W.W. II enlistee
Early British actress Nell
Dreidel, e.g
Debate moderator's day job, typically
Cry annoyingly
Crabgrass, e.g
Competitor of Sapporo and Kirin
Commercial prefix with Pen
Coat for a dentist
Clothier Bauer
Clean energy grp
Charlotte ___, V.I
Certain swinger, informally
Cause for a blessing
Castor ___ ('Popeye' guy)
Caffè ___
Buy-one-get-one-free deal
Bull session
British ___
Big Apple paper, for short
Be plentiful
Bank clock info
Balance sheet abbr
Application datum: Abbr
Abbr. on a company's sign
Abbr. in many Québec city names
'___ Flux' (Charlize Theron film)
'What have we here?!'
'Um ... fancy meeting you here'
'Thinking ...'
'Thinking ...'
'That was dumb of me'
'Skyfall' singer
'Me Talk Pretty One Day' humorist
Worst of the worst
With 113-Across, 'Funeral in Berlin' author
Winds up or winds down
Waikiki wingding
Vice squad incursions
Vet student's workplace
Very destructive
Used Lyft, say
Upgrade, as on Yelp
Type of massage
Treat on a stick
Tossed a bone to
Tool for Cupid
Took off
Tiger, e.g
Thunder sound
Talks like Daffy
Talked a blue streak?
Sunburn salve
Subj. with unknowns
Student advocacy gp
Street fare seekers
Stooge with a bowl haircut
Sticks figure
Specialized slicing tools
SpaceX CEO Musk
Sounded nostalgic about
Shadow targets
Send for
See 49-Across
Seasonal drink
Racing Unsers
Prankster's missile
Potted dwarf
Playground retort
Peter Benchley thriller
Perry's creator
Part of a circ
Ownership claim ... and a hint to the relationship of each answer to a starred clue to a word it intersects
Others, in Oaxaca
NYC commuter letters
Nursery cry
New Mexico county bordering El Paso
Name on the 1984 album 'My Kind of Country'
Mr. or Mrs
Money immediately available
Mo. town
Mining haul
Match made in heaven
Marsh duck
Make a home
Luxurious fur
Lose intensity
Looks really happy
Links seen at
Line crosser
Like jeggings
Like a paddling surfer
Lifesaver, initially
Letters connected to theater capacity
Lerner collaborator
Legal scholar Guinier
Leaves for a Chinese dinner
Lacking width and depth
King with a pipe
Kept from squeaking
It's in our genes
It's charged
It has Air, Mini and Pro versions
Ill-kept confidence
Huffy states
Hawk's domain
Have a loan from
Hard-to-imagine period
Govt. guidelines
Gloomy fellow
Giants great Mel
Furry sci-fi creature
Foreman stat
Folk tales
Fist bumps
Fervently wishes
Eight, to Mozart
Earth goddess
Duma vote
Drive-thru burger chain whose name has two hyphens
Drink, in Dover
Doctoral candidate's hurdles
Disappeared from view
Did some farm work
Dance partner
Curaçao cocktail
Courier and Roman
Country on St. George's Channel
Consequence of the telemarketing boom
Computer game title island
Company with an ironically crooked logo
Company with a blue bird logo
Cologne cooler
Collectible baseball card brand
Coarsely insulting, as language
Classic for which Pavarotti won a Grammy
Churchill, notably
Chugged, say
Chicago's __ Center
Center of Florida?
Carlo __: wine brand
CalArts degree
Boston-to-D.C. rail service
Book jacket entry
Bonnie or Clyde
Blue heron kin
Block from the White House
Bilingual subj
Beige shade
Barcelona-born muralist
Ballerina's hairdo
Award declined by George C. Scott
Approaching the hour
American Red Cross founder Barton
Almond __: candy
1990 #1 rap hit
*Second-longest reigning British monarch
*Noted WWII lifesaver
*Memorable 1968 role for Mia
*First of all?
*First human woman, in Greek myth
*English surgeon Henry
'Really, Captain Obvious?'
'Popeye' pirate
'I never __ purple cow ... ': Burgess
'Fresh Air' airer

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