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Oh, oh, oh-oh-oh (You Got It)

· By Jimmy James · Published 8 months ago

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    Across
    1. 1A
      Tractor trailer
    2. 5A
      Espresso topper
    3. 10A
      Drinks daintily
    4. 14A
      Cake finishers
    5. 19A
      Gossip column pair
    6. 20A
      What Congress might do for the themed answers, but Winn Dixie won't do for my expired coupons
    7. 21A
      Big heads
    8. 22A
      Fresh
    9. 23A
      Mercury-Redstone 4 and Gemini 3 astronaut, died in Apollo 1 fire
    10. 25A
      Potential difference?
    11. 26A
      Sarcastic
    12. 27A
      Salad with eggs and anchovies
    13. 28A
      Show ______ (be merciless)
    14. 30A
      Early geometry whiz
    15. 31A
      Serpent tail?
    16. 32A
      "_____ you can't be serious"
    17. 33A
      French 101 verb
    18. 34A
      Mercury-Atlas 6 and STS-95 astronaut, first American to orbit the Earth, and later a US Senator representing Ohio
    19. 38A
      Mercury-Redstone 3 and Apollo 14 astronaut, first American in space and oldest man to walk on the moon
    20. 43A
      "All systems _____"
    21. 44A
      ___ d'hotel
    22. 46A
      Org. 38A
      Mercury-Redstone 3 and Apollo 14 astronaut, first American in space and oldest man to walk on the moon[-----------]
      , 75A
      Mercury-Atlas 8, Gemini 6A, and Apollo 7 astronaut, Walter Cronkite's co-anchor for the 1969 moon landing broadcast[------------]
      , and 92A
      Mercury-Atlas 7 astronaut and SEALAB aquanaut (last name only)[---------]
      flew with before NASA
    23. 47A
      Dendrologist's study
    24. 48A
      "A pox on you!"
    25. 49A
      Peyote, for example
    26. 50A
      Wiped out at the skate park
    27. 52A
      Short spacewalk
    28. 53A
      Young genre
    29. 56A
      Mercury-Atlas 9 and Gemini 5 astronaut, first American to spend more than 24 hours in space
    30. 59A
      "What's the scoop?"
    31. 60A
      I have a friend but she lives in France, you wouldn't know her
    32. 61A
      Ambitions
    33. 62A
      Gives the green light
    34. 63A
      Uncooked
    35. 64A
      Lentil dish
    36. 65A
      Studio with a lion mascot
    37. 66A
      Way to weigh
    38. 69A
      First sultan of Egypt and Syria
    39. 71A
      Tossed your cookies
    40. 75A
      Mercury-Atlas 8, Gemini 6A, and Apollo 7 astronaut, Walter Cronkite's co-anchor for the 1969 moon landing broadcast
    41. 77A
      Pitcher's position in the batting line-up, usually
    42. 78A
      Last thing before "liftoff!"
    43. 79A
      Reproduce like a frog
    44. 80A
      "As you were, soldier"
    45. 82A
      F = ma, for instance
    46. 83A
      Highway
    47. 85A
      Historical time
    48. 86A
      Number of humans who have walked on the moon
    49. 87A
      Scenic panorama
    50. 89A
      Docking module pilot for Apollo-Soyuz test project, former Chief of the Astronaut Office
    51. 92A
      Mercury-Atlas 7 astronaut and SEALAB aquanaut (last name only)
    52. 94A
      Onion, for instance
    53. 95A
      Heavenly
    54. 97A
      Not long.
    55. 98A
      Detox centers
    56. 101A
      Route from leaf to stem
    57. 102A
      Unit of energy in food
    58. 106A
      Put in office
    59. 107A
      ___ de vivre
    60. 108A
      What the test pilots in this puzzle all had, with "the"
    61. 110A
      What Cinderella had at the party
    62. 111A
      Skye of "Say Anything..."
    63. 112A
      Musical orphan
    64. 113A
      Landed
    65. 114A
      Fracas
    66. 115A
      Hold tightly
    67. 116A
      People, places, and things
    68. 117A
      Rents out
    Down
    1. 1D
      What to do on the dotted line
    2. 2D
      Needle case
    3. 3D
      Peyote, for short
    4. 4D
      "This is me, heading out the door"
    5. 5D
      Sculptor's tool
    6. 6D
      Doctor's companion?
    7. 7D
      Starting rank in 46A
      Org. 38A, 75A, and 92A flew with before NASA[---]
      , abbr.
    8. 8D
      Name bestowed by Frank Zappa, rather than any of the themed answers
    9. 9D
      Knight's protection
    10. 10D
      Where to find a barber
    11. 11D
      Understood, informally
    12. 12D
      More than one prefix
    13. 13D
      Concorde, for short
    14. 14D
      Underwrite
    15. 15D
      Designer's starting point
    16. 16D
      Bad to the bone
    17. 17D
      Quick, to 50D
      Don Draper, for example[-----]
    18. 18D
      Gravity-powered vehicle
    19. 24D
      Starr of the Beatles
    20. 29D
      Educational publishing giant
    21. 30D
      Like some cuisine
    22. 32D
      Quick bite
    23. 33D
      Dead Sea Scrolls sect member
    24. 34D
      Type of cake with chocolate and orange
    25. 35D
      Hunter with a big belt
    26. 36D
      Shoe with wheels
    27. 37D
      Open-source text editor
    28. 39D
      Macadamia derivative
    29. 40D
      Crispy corn cake
    30. 41D
      Live it up
    31. 42D
      Darlings
    32. 45D
      High-tension competition?
    33. 49D
      Dairy denizens
    34. 50D
      Don Draper, for example
    35. 51D
      On-off switch
    36. 54D
      Small hill
    37. 55D
      What a landlord does to locks between tenants
    38. 57D
      Emit
    39. 58D
      Get-up-and-go
    40. 60D
      Actress Akerman
    41. 63D
      Jersey city
    42. 65D
      Lion's pride
    43. 66D
      Epee, for one
    44. 67D
      Dugout
    45. 68D
      Awkward thing to have in a space suit
    46. 69D
      Egyptian beetle
    47. 70D
      Pulled towards, as if by gravity
    48. 71D
      Stair part
    49. 72D
      Composer of the Planets
    50. 73D
      Bring joy
    51. 74D
      Vacuum flask eponym
    52. 76D
      Brief times
    53. 77D
      Like engagements on the water
    54. 81D
      Chevy car-truck featured in a Breaking Bad sequel
    55. 84D
      Spectacular failure
    56. 86D
      Where I go at night
    57. 87D
      Calf meats
    58. 88D
      All together
    59. 90D
      Nuanced
    60. 91D
      Sesame paste
    61. 93D
      Tectonic components
    62. 96D
      Broadcast again
    63. 98D
      Paper quantity
    64. 99D
      River to the North Sea
    65. 100D
      Get better
    66. 101D
      Indigent
    67. 102D
      Where goatees grow
    68. 103D
      Hold the throne
    69. 104D
      "____ quacks like a duck"
    70. 105D
      They turn into newts
    71. 107D
      Merry dance
    72. 109D
      Free software collection including 37D
      Open-source text editor[-----]
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