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9-October-2018 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Akeelah and the Bee star Palmer
  2. Makes alterations to
  3. Indian yogurt drink
  4. Sea movement
  5. Clapton-inspired New Orleans dish?
  6. Home theater component
  7. ___-pitch softball
  8. British prep school offering singing lessons?
  9. Scientist Albert who studied LSD
  10. Hanoi lunar festival
  11. ___ the Elder (Roman statesman)
  12. Luminous sign gas
  13. Agcy. combating price fixing
  14. Rockstar Games game, to fans
  15. Great buy
  16. Word in some obits
  17. Actress Gabor
  18. Pie shop purchase
  19. Loser to Truman and FDR
  20. Fantasy group
  21. Use a crowbar
  22. The Lion King lioness
  23. Oxford, e.g
  24. Like some shady calls
  25. Every last one
  26. They may be beady
  27. Lets hide out!
  28. Neighborhood
  29. Leave out
  30. Does some workout tasks
  31. Tempe sch
  32. Its a dog ___ dog world out there
  33. Metallic quality
  34. Kick back
  35. Sit ___ by (take no action)
  36. Da Gama, for one
  37. Come Back, Little ___ (William Inge play)
  38. Matinee stars
  39. Japanese for yes
  40. Shadowy figure
  41. Cut coupons, say
  42. Hot dish stand
  43. Circumvent
  44. Scrape by, with out
  45. Holiday driver, in a phrase
  46. ___ Wafers (Nabisco brand)
  47. Animal thats a source of Musk?
  48. Says
  49. Handler of meteorology?
  50. You cant take a Scantron with it
  51. Luau root
  52. Advice to Star Wars fans?
  53. Poets output
  54. Features to count
  55. Wheat-free soy sauce
  56. Wheel of Fortune creator Griffin
  57. Part of MIT, for short
  58. Lofty
  59. Falco of two HBO series
  60. Unscrupulous man
  61. No Logo author Naomi
  62. Old Norse letter
  63. Like one end of a pool
  64. Draw forth
  65. The other side
  66. Julius Caesar inquiry
  67. Name associated with IRAs
  68. Landscaping tools
  69. Skewed type (abbr.)
  70. Do some cutting and pasting
  71. I Am America (And ___ You!) (2007 Stephen Colbert book)
  72. Messes up
  73. Jon of Napoleon Dynamite
  74. Shakespeare play split into two parts
  75. Cut in half