Puts away crossword clue

Posted on March 24, 2019 at 12:00 AM

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Metaphor for an aggressive political arena
Puts away
Source of fries
One who didn't even show?
Frame part
It stayed in Pandora's box
*Ballroom dancing event for Beantown residents?
Takes a course
Relatives of foils
Shade of green
Dundee dissent
Imperfect service
*Annoying member of a New York baseball team?
Family moniker
Hydrocarbon gas
World capital known as Batavia until 1942
"Witches' Flight" painter
Sparkling white wine
Pesticide banned in 1972
*Wager in which the winner gets the loser's pants and jersey?
They're not hard to swallow
___ Cuervo (tequila brand)
Slapstick actor Jacques
"___ over"
Contingency phrase
Man's name that's the reverse of 60-Down
Don hastily
*Duo ruling a kingdom on Take Your Daughter to Work Day?
It's higher on the Scoville scale than a jalapeño
Skin pic?
Certain 35mm camera
Major or minor in astronomy?
Like chewing gum in Singapore or wearing blue jeans in North Korea (seriously!)
Second-largest branch of Islam
Attacks à la Don Quixote
*Exclamation after a performance of "Every Breath You Take"?
Platform for many tablets
Building blocks, e.g.
Vegetarian gelatin substitute
Property recipient
"Looks promising!"
Covert org.
Sailor's cry
*Amusement park named after a "Peanuts" boy?
College football rival of 110-Across
Jetson who attends Little Dipper School
Broadway show about Capote
College football rival of 104-Across
Pricey fashion label
With 115-Across, communication system that's a hint to the answer to each starred clue
See 114-Across
Tireless racer
They might hold derbies
Fall apart
Spots for hammers and anvils
Common lease period
It may have a lot of intelligence
Early tower locale
Skip the ceremony, in a way
Strong point
Shakespearean sorcerer
Janis ___, singer of the 1975 hit "At Seventeen"
Earth-shattering invention?
Unpleasantly wet
Like child's play
Artist Jean
Defeats soundly
Greek goddesses of the seasons
Signature scent since 1968
Total mess
Sword holder
Took stock?
Good news for a stockholder
Early name for Utah
Forensic material
Does some grilling
What a stiffed server receives
Noted exile
Falls for someone who's already married?
Testing stage
Bread box?
Sport that emphasizes pinning and throwing
Terse bar order
Former G.M. make
First N.L. player to hit 500 home runs
Laila of the ring
Big maker of lawn care products
Like-minded voters
Secretary on "The Office"
"Hold it!"
Mañana preceder
Inundated with
Man's name that's the reverse of 63-Across
End of a French film
L.B.J.'s veep
"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" heroine
Idiot, in British slang
"___ Kett" (old comic strip)
Something taken in by sailors
Infant's early word
___ Nautilus
Ring letters
Make a wrong move
Change one's mind about changing
Source of many an imported boot, appropriately
Site of a 1796 Napoleon victory
Patron saint of Norway
One fighting an uphill battle?
Altar offering
"C'est magnifique!"
Official with a pistol
Pygmalion's beloved
Stews (over)
One of 32 for Ireland
Reformed demon on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
Edith Wharton's "___ Frome"
Having less vermouth, as a martini
Shul scholar
Dancing partner for Fred
Fire extinguisher
Puts on a show, for short
Plows (into)
Vietnamese noodle soup
Poet's "before"
Kind of screen, in brief


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