The Sunday Crossword by Merl Reagle

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The Sunday Crossword by Merl Reagle 17 Jan 2015

Clues Answers
“__ elaborate?” NEEDI
“Band of Brothers” historian Stephen AMBROSE
“Fantasia” frame, e.g. CEL
“Hey, longshoremen! Keep it down!” for example? PORTNOISECOMPLAINT
“I can’t __ you!” (segeant’s words) HEAR
“I couldn’t agree more” AMEN
“I’m sorry, she’s __ lunch” GONETO
“Ship of Ghouls” author STINE
“So, Tarzan, where does the king stash his scepter?” UNDERTHRONE
“That IS good news” IMGLAD
“Tommy Boy” co-star BODEREK
__ crumbles OREO
__ Mawr BRYN
__ minimum ATA
101 Down’s arena CORRIDA
1920s chief justice TAFT
A “Brady Bunch” girl JAN
African antelope ORYX
Amber or myrrh RESIN
Animal-rescue figure NOAH
Art deco artist ERTE
Author Hubbard LRON
Awaiting the hile SET
Beard-darkening product? MENNENBLACK
Best musical of 1980 EVITA
Bobby Darin’s record label, 1858-62 ATCO
Body sci. ANAT
Brunei’s locale BORNEO
Build up AMASS
Busy boss’s hire AIDE
Catch up, perhaps CHAT
Chopper AXE
Clementine’s shoe size NINE
Cold spell? ICEAGE
Come by honestly EARN
Comment heard as an embroidery shop burns down? GOODBYECREWELWORLD
Corrosive cleaners LYES
Courtroom VIPs DAS
Cummerbund cousin OBI
Deep western lake TAHOE
Diner brew JOE
Districts ZONES
Doc Savage portrayer Ron ELY
Dolly inducted her into the Country Music Hall of Fame REBA
Egg Beaters’ lack YOLK
Egg-based paint TEMPERA
El __ TORO
Election expert Silver NATE
Emulated Nyad SWAM
Equi- ending NOX
Etchers use them ACIDS
First name of two first lady ABIGAIL
Fish-fowl insert NOR
Formally break away SECEDE
Game of chukkers POLO
Game with 32 cards SKAT
Girl heading out to sell cookies? BROWNIE IN MOTION
Go up, as eyebrows ARCH
Has no doubt about KNOWS
He calls jealousy “the green-eyed monster” IAGO
Hold back (a news story) SIT ON
Hollywood’s Parker or Powell ELEANOR
Hopeless NOWIN
In full flower ABLOOM
In red-faced state ABASHED
It may carry a torch SCONCE
Jan. honoree MLK
Jolson’s real first name ASA
Kentucky Derby time MAY
Kipling’s python KAA
Klaatu’s Gort, for one ROBOT
Lack of inhibition ABANDON
Last of a loaf HEEL
Last two words of “That’s Life” MYMY
Laurel and holly SHRUBS
Let up ABATE
Little Richhard’s Georgia birthplace MACON
Live together COHABIT
Marie Tussaud, for ex. MME
Mongo portrayer in “Blazing Saddles” KARRAS
Movie river KWAI
Mrs. Charles Linbergh ANNE
N. or S. state DAK
Neutralize (a bomb) DISARM
Not natural FORCED
Old touring car RED
On __ (just for fun) ALARK
On the ball WITHIT
Papal vestments ORALES
Parts played and sung by Harry? CONNICK SECTIONS
Place to park your bark MARINA
Plains native OTOE
Playful bite NIP
Plodding journeys TREKS
Ploy TACTIC
Pop option COLA
Professor of herbology at Hogwarts SPROUT
Props that usually propel you backward OARS
Reagan adviser Edwin MEESE
Recording concern TONE
Retired boomer? SST
Rick and Victor’s love ILSA
Rival of Tucson’s Wildcats, briefly ASU
S. Amer. Nation BOL
School org. PTA
Sedona maker KIA
Sharp __ ASATACK
She’s married .. Ninos MADRE
Singer whose name is almost a country in Africa ENYA
Smartens (up) WISES
Some red wines CLARETS
Starts to undo (a tie) LOOSENS
Sticking point? CRAW
Tax audit, e.g. ORDEAL
Teatro alla __ SCALA
Teen sentence-ender ANDALL
They work like a charm TALISMANS
Turbulent BUMPY
Two brand sold by Sears CRAFTSMAN
Typical of urban life BIGCITY
Van Morrison’s birthplace BELFAST
Vermeer’s “Woman With a __” LUTE
Waterston’s D.A. on “Law & Order” MCCOY
What my fish-frying neighbor calls himself THE GODFATHER OF SOLE
Whoosh! ZOOM
Wild cat LYNX
Wistful exhalation SIGH
Words after see, hear or speak NOEVIL
Work with ” A Life” in its title: abbr. BIOG
World-domination board game RISK
Yellow-bellied tweeter ORIOLE
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