Crossword Puzzle Info

The Washington Post – Mar 9 2018

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The Washington Post – Mar 9 2018

Clues Answers
’50s sitcom name DESI
‘Blast it!’ PAH
‘Nice work!’ GREATSTUFF
‘Try this’ HERE
‘Voting Rights Trail’ terminus SELMA
‘What is THAT?’ EEK
2014 World Cup Final host RIO
Academic hanger TASSEL
Apple app mostly replaced by Messages ICHAT
Ascended again REROSE
Battle of New Orleans pirate LAFITTE
Be irritated by CHAFEAT
Behaved like a lovestruck heart RACED
Braz. neighbor ARG
Bungles GOOFS
Cargo pickup site PORT
Carrier merged with Delta since 2010 NWA
Clock std GST
Common base TEN
Computer giant DELL
Contemporary of Nadia OLGA
Distributed DEALT
Dorothy, to Em NIECE
End STOP
Far from fresh TRITE
Figure out INFER
Flirt TEASE
Game with Reverse cards UNO
Hitter’s stat RBI
Iconic Vivien Leigh role OHARA
Impulses URGES
In need of mopping SPILT
In retrospect, it may have sounded too good to be true SCAM
Insect with eyespots on its wings IOMOTH
Interchangeable components MODULES
Lacking a critical watch-making supply? OUTOFHOURHANDS
Lakeside temperature gauge? TOE
Clues Answers
London supermarket sections? BRITISHAISLES
Love interest for WALL-E EVE
Lumber remnant, in Liverpool OFFCUT
Mean NOTNICE
Movie lab helper IGOR
M√ľnchen cubes EIS
Onslaught SIEGE
Plucked instrument HARP
Potato or yam TUBER
R.E.M.’s ‘The __ Love’ ONEI
Recon target INFO
Reduced to crumbs, perhaps EATEN
Region AREA
RSVP holders SAES
SFO posting ETA
Short Golf drive? TESTRIDE
Showman’s talent ECLAT
Sink SAG
Slam (into) PLOW
Solar wind particle ION
Some plankton ALGAE
Something to wrestle with ARM
Sometimes plucked instrument CELLO
Southwest routes AIRLANES
Stable moms MARES
Symbolic yet insubstantial TOKEN
Techno club event RAVE
Tie shoes professionally? KNOTFORPROFIT
Ubiquitous rodent RAT
Use a needle SEW
Walking aid STAFF
Warning sound, perhaps ARF
Wavering word SORTA
What Darwin did aboard the Beagle? WRITEOFPASSAGE
Winter recreation ICESKATING
Word after well or ill BRED
Word that may follow a president’s name ERA