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Nanny Who Works for Scale

◆◆ · By Randy Hunt · Published 13 days ago

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  • Randy Hunt constructor · 12 days ago
    For those who know the song Do-Re-Mi, the 5th tone of a scale is referred to as SO and used in the form of the homophone SEW. As a musician, I learned that the 5th tone is called SOL. It works either way in the puzzle.
    1ASlang for money, and a hint to this crossword’s theme
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    Across
    1. 1A
      Slang for money, and a hint to this crossword’s theme
    2. 7A
      ______ area, region of the brain associated with speech
    3. 13A
      Periodic table component
    4. 15A
      Fortification against storm surges
    5. 16A
      Be affected by
    6. 17A
      Russian emperor crowned at 11, dead of smallpox at 14
    7. 18A
      Drakes and bulls
    8. 19A
      Boscs and Bartletts
    9. 21A
      VCR button
    10. 22A
      Powerful and pleasing, to a Rasta
    11. 23A
      Baseball catchers’ gloves
    12. 24A
      Daly of "Judging Amy"
    13. 25A
      Part of CBS
    14. 26A
      Flies high
    15. 27A
      Great Lakes mnemonic
    16. 28A
      Reputation
    17. 30A
      Competed in esports
    18. 31A
      With 35A
      See 31A[-------]
      , movie featuring the highlighted scale notes
    19. 32A
      Taxi fee
    20. 33A
      "F Troop" corporal
    21. 35A
      See 31A
      With 35A, movie featuring the highlighted scale notes[----]
    22. 38A
      Staring intently
    23. 39A
      Heavy books
    24. 40A
      Texter’s expression of surprise
    25. 42A
      Shoe’s singular bottom
    26. 43A
      Regulations
    27. 44A
      Stalkee?
    28. 45A
      Ewe’s mate
    29. 46A
      Eagle's claw
    30. 47A
      Truman's birthplace
    31. 48A
      Salt Lake City residents
    32. 50A
      Adolescent
    33. 52A
      Farmed white fish
    34. 53A
      Audit, as a class
    35. 54A
      Susie on “Curb Your Enthusiasm”
    36. 55A
      Gentle, mild mannered
    Down
    1. 1D
      Skin layer
    2. 2D
      Mrs. ___ cow
    3. 3D
      Pragmatic person
    4. 4D
      Roast host
    5. 5D
      Yankees’ crosstown foes
    6. 6D
      Savings acct. stmt. amt.
    7. 7D
      Brewpub lineup
    8. 8D
      “Darn it!”
    9. 9D
      Be in debt
    10. 10D
      What a collapsed puppy on a long walk is conveying to its owner
    11. 11D
      School for ETs, for short?
    12. 12D
      _____ and dices
    13. 14D
      Hedge trimming on steroids
    14. 15D
      Band uniform shoe coverings
    15. 20D
      Raison d'___
    16. 23D
      Grieve
    17. 24D
      Marisa of "My Cousin Vinny"
    18. 26D
      Gawk
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      Angelic instruments
    20. 29D
      Flabbergast
    21. 30D
      Gawks
    22. 32D
      Stirs up
    23. 33D
      Rabbitlike rodents
    24. 34D
      Female friends
    25. 35D
      Game on horseback
    26. 36D
      American singer/dancer and once member of Fifth Harmony
    27. 37D
      Hobbit who found the Ring before Bilbo
    28. 38D
      Sharp minded
    29. 39D
      Setting for 2022 Sylvester Stallone TV series
    30. 41D
      Member of the U.S. Marine Corps
    31. 43D
      Arrested
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      Lose one's cool
    33. 46D
      Spanish appetizer
    34. 47D
      Mother of Apollo
    35. 49D
      Sandwich meat
    36. 51D
      Muslim holiday
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