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· By JeffsPuzzles · Published about 1 month ago

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  • SporcleMirror 🤓16:05 · about 1 month ago
    Note to self: READ THE CLUES CAREFULLY. I know I didn't have many crossings yet, but how on earth did I come up with BLACK METAL as the genre for a "cowboy" band and a "trucker" band? The SW corner gave me the most trouble, since I had THANOS instead of ULTRON
    48D ULTRONMarvel supervillain
    in there for the longest time. I totally overthought 50A
    50A FOULLIke some odors and balls
    and 51D
    51D OUNCEPrevention amount in an adage
    (50A
    50A FOULLIke some odors and balls
    was much simpler than I imagined, and for 51D
    51D OUNCEPrevention amount in an adage
    I ended up filling... APPLE. Because an apple a day keeps the doctor away.
    I also typed in and deleted QUOI
    27D QUOIWhat (Fr.)
    multiple times thinking it meant "why". Why is "pourquoi", literally "for what?"
    Really fun solve overall!
    • JeffsPuzzles constructor · about 1 month ago
      Thanks for solving! I made the same mistake for QUOI
      27D QUOIWhat (Fr.)
      on my first pass at cluing the puzzle. Luckily I decided to double check it.
    • john reed 11:48 · about 1 month ago
      lovely, lovely solve as always
    1AThey often develop in middle school
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    Across
    1. 1A
      They often develop in middle school
    2. 8A
      They get into the spirit of healing
    3. 15A
      The Pantheon, e.g.
    4. 16A
      African nation whose capital is named after James Monroe
    5. 17A
      Files away?
    6. 18A
      Navel and Blood, e.g.
    7. 19A
      Lat neighbor
    8. 20A
      "___ Steven Singer" (ubiquitous billboard in Philadelphia), or "___ U" (SZA)
    9. 22A
      STEM pt.
    10. 23A
      One who assumes everyone with gray hair is washed up
    11. 25A
      Primo
    12. 26A
      Mideast Gulf
    13. 29A
      She said "Those who are easily shocked should be shocked more often"
    14. 32A
      How a matte finish shines
    15. 33A
      Without major label involvement
    16. 34A
      Org. that's sometimes a 5-ring circus, IMO
    17. 37A
      It may end a 38 Down
      See 37 Across[---]
    18. 39A
      Maz Kanata portrayer (and Best Actress Oscar winner for 12 Years a Slave)
    19. 41A
      [Don't blame me, it was like that already]
    20. 42A
      Packing
    21. 46A
      Cricket segments
    22. 47A
      "___ of Perpetual Motion" (classic George Carlin reference)
    23. 49A
      Zero out
    24. 50A
      LIke some odors and balls
    25. 52A
      Actress Ashley ("Ugly Betty") or Actor Eckles ("Supernatural")
    26. 54A
      Pipsqueak
    27. 55A
      Counterpart of the Assemblée Nationale
    28. 56A
      "___ Sargasso Sea" (Jean Rhys)
    29. 60A
      Lures into a crime
    30. 62A
      It may be treated with chloroquine
    31. 64A
      Tumbler
    32. 65A
      They're white and tickled
    33. 66A
      ___ speech
    34. 67A
      Author Ng ("Little Fires Everywhere")
    Down
    1. 1D
      Muck
    2. 2D
      Bound
    3. 3D
      "___ Be Okay" (Shawn Mendes)
    4. 4D
      Like Yogi Berra and 29 Across
      She said "Those who are easily shocked should be shocked more often"[-------]
    5. 5D
      ___ vez ("once" in Oaxaca)
    6. 6D
      He's portrayed Stephen and Newt
    7. 7D
      Sushi kin
    8. 8D
      Scheduled
    9. 9D
      "For ___" (sign on a hackney)
    10. 10D
      Org. whose last champion was the New York Nets
    11. 11D
      Ingredients in a carbonated geyser
    12. 12D
      Porteños, e.g.
    13. 13D
      Jenna Bush Hager, to Jeb
    14. 14D
      Her code name was "Rosebud"
    15. 21D
      Serve ____ example (illustrate)
    16. 24D
      Supposed sexual sense
    17. 26D
      Combines
    18. 27D
      What (Fr.)
    19. 28D
      Genre for the Cowboy Junkies and Drive-By Truckers
    20. 30D
      Prevail
    21. 31D
      Famous fictional pessimist
    22. 35D
      Fairy tale foe
    23. 36D
      Go for
    24. 38D
      See 37 Across
      It may end a 38 Down[------]
    25. 40D
      Some Corning products
    26. 43D
      "Lèse ____" (e.g., "The King is an idiot")
    27. 44D
      First place
    28. 45D
      Static opposite
    29. 48D
      Marvel supervillain
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      Highly unusual
    31. 51D
      Prevention amount in an adage
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      Fend (off)
    33. 55D
      Scuffle
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      Eye part
    35. 58D
      Regimen of a sort
    36. 59D
      Facility
    37. 61D
      Blood typing letters
    38. 63D
      "That's hilarious" in text-speak
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