Mordo - Crossword clue | CROSSWORD PUZZLE ANSWERS PART A 31.01.2017

Legendary archer 
Some like them hot 
Legendary toymakers 
Birthstone before topaz 
Makes a choice 
Acadia National Park locale 
Molten matter 
1970 Kinks hit 
Email address feature 
Point ___ return 
Slip away as time 
Hannah of "Blade Runner" 
Reading to a spoiled brat? 
Detroit squad member 
Lasting impression of a sort 
Savers’ options for short 
Military storage site 
Text qualifier 
Carrier to Tel Aviv 
Archipelago part 
Certain Caltech grad (abbr.) 
Have the courage 
Run longer than expected 
Word with Carolina or Dakota 
Nautical speed unit 
Pinellas Peninsula city familiarly 
This exam’s max. score is 180 
They’re usually seen with sandals 
"Field of Dreams" setting 
Alpha’s opposite 
Solemn assent 
Beginning of Juliet’s balcony speech 
Oregon city located along the Willamette River 
European peak 
Do an impression of 
Julia’s "Ocean’s Eleven" role 
Scott Turow memoir 
Platter shape perhaps 
Island nation near Sicily 
Get hitched in a hurry 
Serf of ancient Sparta 
Cat with a dappled coat 
"Not interested" 
From India or Japan 
Neighborhood spot for some brewskis 
Rescue mission briefly 
Essen’s country (abbr.) 
New parents’ selection 
Exchange words perhaps? 
"Street Without Joy" Vietnam War journalist 
Torero’s plaudit 
Bring up the rear 
Couldn’t abide 
Selling point 
Chicks to hang with 
Site for dirty dishes perhaps 
Often-repeated phrase 
Narcissistic preoccupation 
Slightly sour candy 
Does some ground work 
Big name in computers 
Standardized thing 
"Heat of the Moment" band 
Pike’s discovery 
Slow-moving creature 
What the heavy-footed motorist had exiting the highway? 
Small arm of the sea 
Branches, to birds 
Deeply attentive 
Gets with the times 
Org. for doctors 
What the foggy weatherman had when daydreaming? 
Set of beliefs 
Crop grown by George Washington 
Used a firehouse pole 
Outrigger paddle 
Hard puzzle to figure out 
Things to appease diner patrons whose tables are not ready? 
Aphrodite’s child 
boom (jet sound) 
Run without urgency 
Favre who threw bombs 
Dash of panache 
Trains that rattle 
Wraparound garment in India 
Circuit breakers eliminate them 
NYC attraction for the cultured 
Go with great haste 
Diminutive ending 
Duck in a tale? 
Like Satan and his minions 
Makes a wrong turn or guess 
Number on a baseball card 
Use a surgical beam on 
Purple hue 
Reddish-brown dye 
Dashing revolution monitor? 
Consist of, as a plan 
Be optimistic 
Little Havana’s locale 
Knockout punch, sometimes 
Spiral-horned antelope 
Good thing to have in your eye 
Modern navigation tool 
Packaged hay? 
Five-armed sea creature 
Long, monotonous speech 
Brownish songbird 
Not his or hers? 
Cafe order, sometimes 
Englishman in colonial India 
Leftover food scraps 
Gin-flavoring fruit 
Massachusetts college town 
Mob gone wild 
"___ Dinah" (Frankie Avalon hit) 
The Pont Neuf crosses it 
Old oath 
Deteriorates and then some 
Hurt badly 
Operatic highlight 
…everywhere a Canadian singer… 
…and a Norse explorer there… 
"Remington ___" (old TV show) 
Principles of good conduct 
Tennis match makeup 
Kitty sounds 
Skimpy swimwear 
Cafeteria server for liquids 
Dickinson or Harmon 
"The Magic Mountain" author Thomas 
Make a sudden course correction 
Stew of various ingredients 
Product of VII VIII and IX 
Demonstrating determination 
…with a World War I leader here… 
Air traffic controller’s place 
Six-pack muscles 
Exhibited fright 
POTUS between HST and JFK 
Missing military-style 
Blight on the landscape 
1972 Winter Olympics site 
…and on his farm he had a fondness for something… 
Boldly innovative 
Old MacDonald had an orbit’s closest point… 
"Ivanhoe" author 
It might be on the line 
Pie pans 
Works the soil 
Web portal with a butterfly logo 
Tangential remark 
"Old MacDonald" refrain and a feature of the five longest Across answers 
Sewing machine part 
Single once more 
Sound of derision 
Is ominous 
"Lou Grant" star 
Oz. and lb. 
Halve say 
Not oblivious 
Kyles better known as "the Entertainer" 
Ending for racket or rocket 
Robert Burns’s "Comin’ ___ the Rye" 
"The Party’s Over" composer Jule 
Sound engineer’s subject 
Bloodsucking fly 
Furry shoulder warmer 
Et ___ (and others) 
Character sought in children’s books 
Marks with small dots 
Maple extract 
Pans for potstickers 
Binged (on) as snacks 
Pecans and cashews 
Poolside shade 
Rapper with a title 
Biblical queendom 
Fish-eating eagle 
Make certain of 
S.O.S shelfmate 
Cocktail makers 
Red Sox ballpark 
Green citrus fruit 
Sock that covers the joint it’s named for 
Margarine that shares its name with Texas’ state flower 
Spine-tingling 
“I get it” cries 
Pet store enclosures 
Ref’s ring decision 
Lear’s youngest daughter 
MLB Cardinal’s cap letters 
Like many Shakespeare plays 
Maker of the Genesis game system 
Helps with the laundry 
Frat. counterpart 
Second actress to win an Emmy Grammy Oscar and Tony 
GM system with an AtYourService app 
“Okey-dokey” 
Hours next to flight nos. 
Pops a question 
Raise a big stink? 
Sch. near the U.S.-Mexico border 
“Go back” computer command 
Australia’s “Sunshine State” … or where you might find the ends of 18- 20- 38- and 55-Across? 
Procter & Gamble laundry detergent 
Fictional Hawaiian police nickname 
Deborah of “The King and I” 
Traps in an attic? 
Aid in a felony 
Wide shoe size 
Somali-born supermodel 
Door holder’s witticism 
Part of Congress 
Submitted tax returns with a click 
High-card-wins game 
Genius Bar pro 
Champagne stopper or popper 
“That makes sense” 
Provides staff for 
TV’s “The Practice” e.g. 
Buckeye State 
In full view 
Control for an equestrian 
Happy gatherings 
Greek sandwich 
OR hookups 
Chosen number? 
broche (on a skewer) 
Baseball or basketball statistics 
One squat, say 
Sound from the bullpen 
Fit for farming 
Inked design, for short 
Call at Wimbledon 
Thank-you for waiting 
Bohr model depiction 
Highest of MLB’s minors 
Couch potatoes’ essentials 
Mammals that enjoy waterslides 
Where spear carriers perform 
Use Listerine, perhaps 
Potato-filled treat 
Catchall abbr. 
Luke’s sister in "Star Wars" 
25-Across ballplayer 
That certain something 
Military leader found on Chinese menus 
Rain dance, e.g. 
"What ___ is new?" 
Sign of summer 
Titter on Twitter 
Headline like "MEN WALK ON MOON" 
Neighbors of snares 
Postal creed word 
Wade through mud 
Wet-Nap, e.g. 
Blue Monopoly bills, now 
Serpentine shape 
Osprey’s gripper 
Quick to catch on 
Michigan’s nickname 
Word combined with "British" in 2016 headlines 
Source of bubbly 
Pave anew 
Word after black or photo 
Eight uninterrupted hours, maybe 
Ranking higher than 
Cracked, in a way 
Whistler’s output 
Domed dwelling 
"Incidentally…" in texts
"The Power to Surprise" automaker 
Builder of paper nests 
Not as naughty 
"The King" 
Realtor’s estimate 
NL East city (Abbr.) 
Grassy area 
"Rome ___ built . . ." 
Marina del ___, Calif. 
He "used to be the next president" 
Butter-baked cod or haddock, say 
Shaving cream additive 
Annoy constantly 
Fizzle out 
Full finger count 
Cereal consisting of grains fruit and nuts 
He surrendered to Grant in 
Bouncing off the walls 
Nabokov title heroine 
Hoops legend Shaquille 
Thin beef cut for sauteing 
Truly impressive 
Ride at a child’s party 
Mailroom gadget 
Orange discard 
Hit the slopes 
Bento box staple 
Master’s degree candidate 
Infamous marquis 
Richard of "American Gigolo" 
Shipping line that owned the Titanic 
Vampire’s weapon 
Drink with crumpets 
Nickname for South Dakota 
Mamie’s mate 
Obsessed captain of the Pequod 
Evening affair 
ChapStick target 
Grueling as a battle 
Cassis-flavored cocktail 
Title for Nero or Napoleon: Abbr. 
Class ordeal hidden in five Across answers 
Requiring overtime 
Hand cream additive 
Happen as a result 
Systems of belief 
Calendar reminder: Abbr. 
out (barely make) 
Dangerous dog 
Bookkeeping chore 
Cut-rate slangily 
Cake cut 
Baby shower gift 
Light metal 
Letters on an ambulance 
Violinist who gave over 200 performances at Carnegie Hall 
"La Traviata" composer 
Old comic strip character who visited Slumberland 
Traffic jam sound 
Fruit in many a gift basket 
Big name in ready-to-assemble furniture
Electrical power unit 
Language of southeast Asia 
"Get your hands off me!" 
Unbreakable as a rule 
Disappearing sound 
The Trojans’ sch. 
Yoga class surfaces 
Wall St. market 
Worth the same amount 
Waist strap 
The Red Planet 
Undergrad history degs 
Theatrical accessory 
Snuggle up 
Rooms in a jail 
Shakespearean poem 
Occupies a chair 
Person chosen 
Republicans, for short 
Parent’s sisters 
Soup cook’s vessels 
Pennsylvania sect 
Pop, as a balloon 
Resigner’s shout 
Self-assurance 
Shape of a penny 
Soup eater’s utensil 
One-person performances 
Stray urban felines 
Larger cousin of the viola 
Family history 
Garbanzo or lima 
Kick out 
Litters’ smallest ones 
Major cable sports channel 
Maternity ward events 
Lump of sugar 
Leisure period
Himalayan country 
Highly principled 
Garden of Eden guy 
Function properly 
Freight train rider
Fingerless winter gloves 
Come to an end 
Car’s beeper 
Bulky old PC screens
Be very successful, informally 
Barbecue briquette 
Bad weather for a parade
Argue over minor matters 
”__ Baba and the 40 Thieves” 
”Piece of cake!” 
”It’s dinner time!” 

Mob gone wild
'___ Dinah' (Frankie Avalon hit)
Gin-flavoring fruit
The Pont Neuf crosses it
Old oath
Hurt badly
…everywhere a Canadian singer…
Notion
…and a Norse explorer there…
Massachusetts college town
Skimpy swimwear
Make a sudden course correction
Product of VII VIII and IX
Demonstrating determination
Trellis climbers
'Indeed!'
…with a World War I leader here…
Six-pack muscles
Air traffic controller's place
Exhibited fright
POTUS between HST and JFK
Missing military-style
Blight on the landscape
1972 Winter Olympics site
…and on his farm he had a fondness for something…
Boldly innovative
Old MacDonald had an orbit's closest point…
Diamonds e.g.
Countertenor's counterpart
'Ivanhoe' author
Old salts
It might be on the line
Pie pans
Badminton barrier
Lennon's love
Sundial numeral
Not nude
Works the soil
Web portal with a butterfly logo
Tangential remark
Prolonged attack
'Old MacDonald' refrain and a feature of the five longest Across answers
Sewing machine part
Diets successfully
Bad-mouth
Pastel hue
Single once more
Sound of derision
Is ominous
'Lou Grant' star
Oz. and lb.
Wallet bill
Wallet bill
Halve say
Gdansk natives
Not oblivious
Mawkish
Kyles better known as 'the Entertainer'
Ending for racket or rocket
Robert Burns's 'Comin' ___ the Rye'
'The Party's Over' composer Jule
Meticulousness
Sound engineer's subject
Bloodsucking fly
Cantaloupe's cousin
Furry shoulder warmer
Et ___ (and others)
Character sought in children's books
Marks with small dots
Negative conjunction
Drink chiller
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Big name in computers
Gets a decisive chess win
Standardized thing
'Heat of the Moment' band
Slow-moving creature
Beige relative
What the heavy-footed motorist had exiting the highway?
Small arm of the sea
Branches, to birds
Pike's discovery
'Into ___ life …'
Intermingle
Deeply attentive
Gets with the times
Org. for doctors
Nobleman
Crop grown by George Washington
What the foggy weatherman had when daydreaming?
Used a firehouse pole
Set of beliefs
Outrigger paddle
Hard puzzle to figure out
Historic periods
Wharton degree
Score symbol
Aphrodite's child
Mountain chains
___ boom (jet sound)
Things to appease diner patrons whose tables are not ready?
Run without urgency
Favre who threw bombs
Dash of panache
Wraparound garment in India
Circuit breakers eliminate them
NYC attraction for the cultured
Trains that rattle
Go with great haste
Diminutive ending
Duck in a tale?
Like Satan and his minions
Use a surgical beam on
Number on a baseball card
Makes a wrong turn or guess
Purple hue
Massage muscles
Reddish-brown dye
Deep divide
Dashing revolution monitor?
Consist of, as a plan
Be optimistic
Knockout punch, sometimes
Purse part
Spiral-horned antelope
Little Havana's locale
Good thing to have in your eye
Modern navigation tool
Strong smell
Packaged hay?
Cafe order, sometimes
Englishman in colonial India
Leftover food scraps
Brownish songbird
Long, monotonous speech
Not his or hers?
Deteriorates and then some
Operatic highlight
Five-armed sea creature
'Remington ___' (old TV show)
Principles of good conduct
Tennis match makeup
Cafeteria server for liquids
Mob investigators
Dickinson or Harmon
'The Magic Mountain' author Thomas
Stew of various ingredients
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Deep cut
German autos
Legendary archer
Some like them hot
Legendary toymakers
Birthstone before topaz
Makes a choice
Acadia National Park locale
Molten matter
1970 Kinks hit
Email address feature
Point ___ return
Slip away as time
Hannah of 'Blade Runner'
Poisonous plant
Reading to a spoiled brat?
Detroit squad member
Lasting impression of a sort
Savers' options for short
Lukewarm
Lab eggs
Military storage site
Text qualifier
Archipelago part
Certain Caltech grad (abbr.)
Have the courage
Carrier to Tel Aviv
Run longer than expected
Chewed out
Word with Carolina or Dakota
Pinellas Peninsula city familiarly
Tailor's fold
___-Cat
This exam's max. score is 180
They're usually seen with sandals
Evil spirit
Movie terrier
'Field of Dreams' setting
Alpha's opposite
Solemn assent
Nautical speed unit
Oregon city located along the Willamette River
European peak
Do an impression of
Julia's 'Ocean's Eleven' role
Scott Turow memoir
Platter shape perhaps
Island nation near Sicily
Get hitched in a hurry
Serf of ancient Sparta
Beginning of Juliet's balcony speech
Cat with a dappled coat
Barnyard abode
'Not interested'
From India or Japan
'So long amigo'
Bakery offering
Rescue mission briefly
Neighborhood spot for some brewskis
Essen's country (abbr.)
New parents' selection
Exchange words perhaps?
'Street Without Joy' Vietnam War journalist
Torero's plaudit
Bring up the rear
Put into words
Couldn't abide
Proclaim
Selling point
Chicks to hang with
Fez feature
Have debts
Kindle rival
Site for dirty dishes perhaps
Often-repeated phrase
Narcissistic preoccupation
Slightly sour candy
Does some ground work
 

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