Crossword puzzle clues Dec. 14

Crossword puzzle clues Dec. 14

Oops. Attention all crossword puzzle fans: the clues in the Friday, Dec. 14 edition of the Citizen don’t match the puzzle. Here are the correct clues:

Super Crossword

BEFORE THE BRITISH INVASION

ACROSS

1 “Glinda of Oz” author

5 — de deux

8 Finking sort

11 Award for excellence

19 “Give that — cigar!”

20 Milky and iridescent

22 Orchestral introduction

23 Start of a riddle

25 Fishel of “Boy Meets World”

26 Dice, e.g.

27 “Yoo- —!”

28 Zodiac sign before Virgo

30 Relaxed

31 Riddle, part 2

37 Boating tool

38 Suffix with butyl

39 Jewish round dance

40 Slalom curve

41 Old Dodge models

43 Foreigner

46 Glove worn at first base

48 Logging tools

52 Riddle, part 3

56 Facet

59 Preminger of cinema

60 Thereabouts

61 With 62-Across, student’s grade booster

62 See 61-Across

64 Siberian dog

67 Catering hall receptacle

69 Feeling sick

70 Infomercial host Popeil

71 Riddle, part 4

75 The Great Lakes’ — Locks

76 Start for cycle

77 Big NYSE event

78 Name of Amazon Echo’s personal assistant

79 Buzzing (with)

81 — nova

83 Feedbox fill

86 Gel in a lab

88 Extra details

89 Riddle, part 5

94 Has an itch

95 Towed-away car, maybe

96 Wren dens?

97 Actress Pfeiffer

101 Hosp. zones

102 Bar brew, in Berlin

104 “— already said …”

106 Vain sort’s problem

107 End of the riddle

115 Uproar

116 “— a go”

117 Tart’s cousin

118 Golf’s McIlroy

119 Journeyed

122 Riddle’s answer

127 Nephew, e.g.

128 Non-piercing bit of jewelry

129 Nephew of Abel

130 Appraises

131 Big insurance company, for short

132 Bro’s counterpart

133 Look at leeringly

DOWN

1 Audi rival

2 “Yeah, that’s the spot!”

3 Mythical beast

4 — Picchu (Inca site)

5 Woolen ball on a hat

6 Kwik-E-Mart proprietor

7 Younger Obama girl

8 Glancing rebound

9 Actress Ortiz

10 Part of ATM

11 Beckett’s “Waiting for —”

12 Some gametes

13 Football’s Dawson

14 Moisture-removing additives

15 Geyser stuff

16 City on the Arkansas

17 “Stormy Weather” composer Harold

18 Like some marshes

21 Maned beast

24 “Fingers crossed!”

29 Beguile

31 Yucky stuff

32 Slam into

33 Large meal

34 Skye of the screen

35 Is leaked

36 Villa d’—

42 Covered with frosting

44 Thin and graceful

45 “A Mighty Fortress — God”

47 They’re uncertain

48 Female, e.g,

49 Craftsperson

50 Military commander

51 “Giant” skiing events

53 Still sleeping

54 Arthur Conan —

55 Sells from a cart, say

56 Covered with brushwood

57 Smelted stuff

58 University in Granville, Ohio

63 Basketball’s — Thomas

65 Stockpile

66 — Kan (old brand of dog food)

68 Raises

72 Most needy

73 Tests

74 Bedevil

80 Walk across a creek

82 Rte. parts

84 Nile biter

85 Second-rate

87 Very, to Verdi

90 Screws up

91 Rare blood type, for short

92 Lima-based flag carrier of 1973-99

93 Tesla rival

98 Rejecting

99 Custard ingredient

100 Greek dawn goddess

101 Swamp birds

103 Foot or shoe part

105 Sharpening belts

107 SAG- — (labor union)

108 Angler’s aids

109 Spoken tests

110 Star bursts

111 Pokes fun at

112 Of financial matters: Abbr.

113 Gets better

114 “— ed Euridice” (Gluck opera)

120 Fleur-de- — (royal emblem)

121 Eden dweller

123 Laugh syllable

124 12, to Nero

125 Loudness: Abbr.

126 WNW’s reverse

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