Mordo - Crossword clue | CROSSWORD PUZZLE ANSWERS PART A 13.02.2017

Blossom-to-be 
What the Ugly Duckling became 
Made off with 
Succinctly put 
One-named New Age singer 
String quartet instrument 
James Earl Jones or Tommy Lee Jones 
Battery for a TV remote 
1980s cop show that TV Guide once ranked as the greatest TV drama of all time 
Dem.’s counterpart 
Play, as a guitar 
October birthstone 
Chandon’s partner in Champagne 
Words of greeting 
Shop employee 
Org. that monitors gun sales 
Pro’s opposite 
Rock and roll has one in Cleveland 
Nostra (crime group) 
French department capital known in Roman times as Nemausus 
How Charles Lindbergh flew across the Atlantic 
Former Iranian leader 
Words after work or museum 
Name of five Norwegian kings 
F.D.R.’s successor 
Horse whose coat is sprinkled with white hairs 
Spanish wine region, with "La" 
Houston player, once 
Proverbial waste maker 
"Bad, bad" Brown of song 
"Call me ___!" "O.K., you’re …!" 
Aesthetic taste 
State that the Arctic Circle passes through 
Gave for a while 
Doesn’t leave 
Smokey Bear ad, e.g., for short 
"Well, what have we here!" 
Wriggly fish 
Alternative to arbitrary governance 
Item in a golfer’s pocket 
Like the band Josie and the Pussycats 
Reduced, with "back" 
Share a border with 
Devour with the eyes 
Poem like "The swallow flies up / Into a blue evening sky, / Summer’s small herald" 
Beehive product 
China’s Mao ___-tung 
Cut again, as grass 
Former Italian P.M. whose name means "beloved" 
Stereo control: Abbr. 
Worker protection org. 
What e-books don’t have in them
Cattle poker
Carp family member
Followed a curved path
Part of history
"Monkey ___, monkey do"
What a screwball hits
Unspecified place
Seattle, comparatively
Time for a raid, sometimes
Period of wooing
Clandestine attention-getting sound
"Long ___, in a galaxy far …"
Sauna cover-up, sometimes
Presidential bill-blocker
"Dollar Diplomacy" president
Peaceful state
Coral reef formation
Parts of an udder 
Not even close to bright
Tour bus occupant 
Set of tenets
(Award judges) Blue …
Anger or fury
Type of bear or explorer
Some campaign purchases 
(Musical style) Blue … 
Word between two surnames 
Take ___ (disassemble)
Blood or scarlet
It’s regularly socked
Dishevel, as hair
White-tailed marine eagle
"Which came first" option
Wall covering, often
Wall covering, often
It may have a fork in it
Where slips are showing
Bluetooth device
Continental cash
Lavished affection (on) 
Russian leader until 1917 
(Desserts) Black … 
Canadian capital?
Rx writers
Increase with "up"
Ground cover
Cry in cartoons
Comped thing
Reviewer Roeper
With a lot of spunk
Some hosp. employees
Cap’n’s mate
Hardly the life of the party
Hurry, of old 
Moo goo gai pan pan
Security device, for short 
Is obliged to pay 
Find a new purpose for
Collaborator with Cahn and Sondheim
Chef’s thickening agent 
Marketing leader?
Capital near Casablanca
Diva ___ Te Kanawa
Cabinet dept. honcho
Nazareth native
Bard’s "before"
With plenty of pixels
Triangular sails
Pop-up-blocking program
Part of FWIW
Cartesian conclusion
Ford contemporary
"Riveting" poster woman
Seconder’s opinion
One of Lincoln’s "Team of Rivals"
Starfleet Academy grad
1960 Olympics site
Angry with "off"
Hand lotion ingredient
Hit in Scotland?
Sign on a B’way booth
Sonnet ending?
Inspiration for poets and musicians
Macbeth’s burial place
Pack down lightly 
Hit by the 43rd president?
Property-selling professional 
(Creepy crawler) Black … 
Hit by a Kentucky basketball player?
Visit unannounced 
Hit in Honolulu?
Thanksgiving mo. 
Liquefy again 
Nonalcoholic beer brand
Comes up in conversation 
Playground comeback
Hit by an NFL defensive back?
Word that ends radio messages 
Pearl Mosque locale
Pitchfork-shaped letter
Funnyman Brooks
It knocked Newton’s noggin 
Author/philosopher Hannah
A possible race pace 
Vestment worn by priests 
Polynesian staple 
Holiday and Days
Fannie or Ginnie follower
The start of it is for fools (Abbr.) 
CAT scan cousin
Classic car
Alternative to odds
Theater chairs
Stagecoach driver’s "Stop!"
L.A. Angels’ division
Go along with
Firm, as pasta
Full of ghosts
Attacking, as the fridge
It’s usually locked after parking
Mission to remember
Driver’s license requirement
Big name in computers
Pour affection (on)
Ryder Cup org.
The NFL’s Browns, on sports tickers
For services rendered instead of cash
Biting, as criticism
The Once-__: "The Lorax" character
Period with 365 días
High seas bandits
Fax forerunners
Periodic table listing
Grain disease
High season on the Riviera
Black, in Burgundy
What aces may count as
Announcer Hall
Machinist’s hole maker
Meditative music genre
Yellow Teletubby
Steinway or Yamaha
Romantic ideal
For fear that
Under-the-sink fitting
John, Paul and George: Abbr.
Schoolbook, or much of its contents
"Romanian Rhapsodies" composer
Romantic outing for four
Congregational "Absolutely!"
Track event with batons
Martinique, par exemple
The Congo, formerly
Barton of the Red Cross
Show affection to, as a dog
Myanmar currency 
Showy shoulder wraps 
Dates arranged by friends 
Marge’s animated neighbor 
One way to unload merchandise 
Good stuff to find in a mine 
No one shuns like Max because he gives the … 
Prefix with "body" or "matter" 
New Hampshire’s state flower 
Poem of homage 
Exit, per P.T. Barnum 
Daytona participant 
Small jazz ensemble 
Gushed forth 
Not a liquid or gas 
Max bested Buffalo Bill with the … 
Farmland unit 
Advanced degree exams 
Cosmetics ingredient 
Photographers of celebs, in slang 
Dance or dip type 
Celeste of old Hollywood 
Main, 34th and Elm (Abbr.) 
"Finding Nemo" environment 
Could correctly answer 
Surrender, as property 
Drifting upon the Pacific 
Aaron Spelling’s daughter 
Leaves a snowy state? 
It makes flour finer 
Rod-shaped bacterium 
From Jan. 1 until now 
”Give Kids a Smile” org 
Merit badge holder 
Otis Redding’s label 
Shortly, to poets 
Group in charge (Abbr.) 
Like a Black Sabbath concert 
Grove unit 
Greeted the day 
Skin-and-bones sort 
"Pardon," slangily 
Like billiard balls, pre-break 
Like-minded voting group 
WWII-era pope 
Directions-seeker’s words 
What a lot may be filled with 
Well-trained unit 
Wear a long face 
Waterfront walk 
Watered down, in a way 
Vacation rental 
Upscale retail chain 
Israel’s Netanyahu, informally 
Trite, as jokes 
Words given under oath 
Timid one (Dorothy Parker) 
Tough as nails (Mark Twain) 
hall (campus hangout) 
Some diner-mat games 
Teen’s ”My answer was . . .” 
Expose, at a costume party 
Tech’s caller 
Take a shot at 
RBI or HR 
Strand in winter, perhaps 
"Don’t ___ and drive" 
Some 112 Across 
Slight adjustment 
Self-love (Coleridge) 
Sleigh accessories 
Marlee with a 1986 Oscar 
Singers on a riser 
Four-song records, perhaps 
Similar in nature 
Shows zeal 
U-shaped stringed instruments 
Shaped like dice 
Geek Squad member 
Ill-bred sorts 
Mowing or raking, e.g. 
Scanned bars: Abbr 
All Hallows’ ___ (Oct. 31) 
2011 U.S. Open winner McIlroy 
Not very much 
SAT portion 
Role models 
Moat beast, for short 
Metal-stamping tools 
Hellenic H’s 
Fill with rapture 
Mason’s surveying partner 
Red wines 
Rapper Green 
Put a hex on 
Proportional stat 
Prom night rental 
Powered a rowboat 
Member of a rural kick line? 
Political deception (Stephen Colbert) 
W.C. Fields persona 
Paretsky of whodunits 
Poet’s sun or moon 
Much interoffice mail 
Parliamentary term 
Much all-you-can-eat fare 
Opposite of COD 
One on foot (Wordsworth) 
UCLA athletes 
Office supplies 
Newspaper production machine of old 
Woodwind with a conical bore 
Neverland visitor 
Start of a bray 
Nemesis (Shakespeare) 
Like an engaged couple 
"Boxcars" pair, in craps 
Scene of a 1979 overthrow 
Young bird minding little brother? 
Needle maker 
Ne’er-do-well 
Ovine utterance 
Muddies up 
Moves like lava 
Mice, to owls 
End of an Italian sonnet 
Meaningless talk (Lewis Carroll) 
Make airtight 
Lowered in esteem 
Lion’s home 
Itinerary, for short 
Incite to anger 
Hair conditioner
Where "the buck stops" 
Inc., in England 
Home on a farm 
In person 
Movie exec’s veal dinner? 
Home of many Goyas 
Hogwarts potions professor 
Hepburn’s husband in ”Breakfast at Tiffany’s” 
Syringe, for short 
Higher in rank than 
Symbol before a key signature 
Got 100 on 
Gold standards 
Gave up, as a right 
Garfield pal 
Failed rapidly 
Floral chains 
Fortune-teller’s intro 
El Greco’s adopted home 
Fridge forays 
Feel intuitively 
Estate entryway, often 
Erased, as a hard disk 
Discuss in detail 
Creatures in colonies 
Destructive weapon (H.G. Wells) 
Deep-seated 
Croquet surface 
Cries out loud 
Cream-filled dessert 
Craft store chain 
Continental divider 
Clickable text 
City west of Sun Valley 
Chemically nonreactive 
Caused to yawn 
Castro of Cuba 
Cable installer 
Bugle blast 
Boils or broils 
Auction bid of a sort 
Bits of cunning 
Bit of rushin’ language 
Bargain-bin markers 
Ballet skirt 
Bad atmospheres 
Backyard spot 
Author Castaneda 
Arithmetic sign 
Albacore, for one 
Acceptance of opposite opinions (Orwell) 
Absorb, with ”up” 
”Selma” lead role 
”Honor Thy Father” author 
72 Down product 
”South Park” kid 
”South Park” kid 
”Mamma Mia!” group 

What the Ugly Duckling became
Succinctly put
One-named New Age singer
Mexico's ___ California
Freezing rain
Made off with
Ruckus
Gentlemen
An evergreen
String quartet instrument
Zones
James Earl Jones or Tommy Lee Jones
Window unit
Battery for a TV remote
Singer Fitzgerald
Robber
Dollar bill
1980s cop show that TV Guide once ranked as the greatest TV drama of all time
Dem.'s counterpart
Play, as a guitar
October birthstone
Blossom-to-be
Chandon's partner in Champagne
Words of greeting
Shop employee
Reached
Org. that monitors gun sales
Pro's opposite
Rock and roll has one in Cleveland
___ Nostra (crime group)
French department capital known in Roman times as Nemausus
How Charles Lindbergh flew across the Atlantic
Former Iranian leader
Words after work or museum
Name of five Norwegian kings
'Six-pack' muscles
F.D.R.'s successor
Horse whose coat is sprinkled with white hairs
Spanish wine region, with 'La'
Metes (out)
Houston player, once
Small egg
'Bad, bad' Brown of song
Heavenly hunter
Proverbial waste maker
'Call me ___!' 'O.K., you're …!'
Aesthetic taste
State that the Arctic Circle passes through
Gave for a while
Deice
Doesn't leave
Smokey Bear ad, e.g., for short
Wriggly fish
Alternative to arbitrary governance
B-ball official
Item in a golfer's pocket
___ Lanka
Brooch
'Well, what have we here!'
Share a border with
Laze
Cookie morsel
Devour with the eyes
Poem like 'The swallow flies up / Into a blue evening sky, / Summer's small herald'
Houston player
Beehive product
Reduced, with 'back'
China's Mao ___-tung
Cut again, as grass
Former Italian P.M. whose name means 'beloved'
Saks ___ Avenue
Walking
Stereo control: Abbr.
Like the band Josie and the Pussycats
Reluctant (to)
Worker protection org. - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/New-York-Times-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-February-13th-2017-#sthash.HdnoMctG.dpuf

Stately horse
Parts of an udder
Some campaign purchases
Nighttime noise
Coastline recess
Word between two surnames
(Musical style) Blue …
What e-books don't have in them
Set of tenets
Tour bus occupant
Cattle poker
Carp family member
Followed a curved path
Part of history
'Monkey ___, monkey do'
What a screwball hits
Quartet / 2
Unspecified place
Seattle, comparatively
Time for a raid, sometimes
Period of wooing
Put a scratch on
Clandestine attention-getting sound
No longer in
'Long ___, in a galaxy far …'
Sauna cover-up, sometimes
Presidential bill-blocker
'Dollar Diplomacy' president
Peaceful state
Coral reef formation
Not even close to bright
(Award judges) Blue …
Anger or fury
Irritate
Type of bear or explorer
Part of WWI
Tank's 'skin'
Take ___ (disassemble)
Blood or scarlet
Exist
It's regularly socked
Chicken ___ king
Dishevel, as hair
White-tailed marine eagle 
Wall covering, often
'Which came first' option
Is priced at
63-Down, e.g.
Pressed
Where slips are showing
Bluetooth device
It may have a fork in it
Continental cash
Lavished affection (on)
Hurry, of old
Still single
Is obliged to pay
Security device, for short
Russian leader until 1917
Really bizarre
(Desserts) Black …
Chef's thickening agent
Pack down lightly
Visit unannounced
Thanksgiving mo.
Liquefy again
Comes up in conversation
(Creepy crawler) Black …
Rent again
Word that ends radio messages
Guys
Property-selling professional
It knocked Newton's noggin
A possible race pace
Capital of Morocco
Vestment worn by priests
Polynesian staple 
The start of it is for fools (Abbr.) - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/Universal-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-February-13th-2017-#sthash.tuuIIuKV.dpuf

Increase with 'up'
Ground cover
Canadian capital?
Rx writers
Cry in cartoons
Comped thing
Reviewer Roeper
With a lot of spunk
Hardly the life of the party
Boy toy
Moo goo gai pan pan
Cap'n's mate
Cloudless
Find a new purpose for
Accepted
Some hosp. employees
___ gin fizz
'It can't be!'
Collaborator with Cahn and Sondheim
Marketing leader?
Doing battle
Senate attire
Capital near Casablanca
Slangy dissents
Diva ___ Te Kanawa
Cabinet dept. honcho
Quislings
Caused
Bye word
For fear that
AC stat
Give rise to
Pine e.g.
Nazareth native
Pop-up-blocking program
With plenty of pixels
Chucklehead
Part of FWIW
Bit of smoke
Bygone carrier
Bard's 'before'
Army E-3
Cartesian conclusion
Checked out
Hodgepodge
Triangular sails
Ford contemporary
In the buff
'Riveting' poster woman
Seconder's opinion
One of Lincoln's 'Team of Rivals'
Starfleet Academy grad
1960 Olympics site
Angry with 'off'
Hand lotion ingredient
IRA offerer
Hit in Scotland?
Donnybrook
Sign on a B'way booth
Sonnet ending?
Inspiration for poets and musicians
Macbeth's burial place
Hit by the 43rd president?
Hit by a Kentucky basketball player?
Hit in Honolulu?
Smart-alecky
Playground comeback
Hit by an NFL defensive back?
Amscrayed
Nonalcoholic beer brand
Almanac tidbit
Pitchfork-shaped letter
Funnyman Brooks
Author/philosopher Hannah
Pearl Mosque locale
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Fannie or Ginnie follower
CAT scan cousin<

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