Daily Themed Crossword : 10 July 2018 answers

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10 July 2018 crossword

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1d. A dog extends it to "shake":

PAW

1a. Square ___ in a round hole:

PEG

2d. "Casino Royale" Bond girl ___ Green:

EVA

3d. Apparel:

GARB

4d. "Cell" or "mobile" follower:

PHONE

4a. Mama's partner:

PAPA

5d. Any network broadcaster:

AIRER

6d. Blood fluid:

PLASMA

7d. "... with liberty and justice for ___":

ALL

8d. Grandiose or flashy:

SHOWY

8a. Thick chunk of concrete:

SLAB

9d. Citrus fruit garnish added to a margarita:

LIME

10d. Related (to):

AKIN

11d. Transaction that a bookie might handle:

BET

12a. "A Wrinkle in Time" director DuVernay:

AVA

13a. What Jack and Jill climbed to fetch water:

HILL

14a. Raise or increase sharply, as salary:

HIKE

15a. "God of ___" (hit game on Sony's PS4 platform):

WAR

16a. ___ hygiene (brushing and flossing):

ORAL

17a. Decide to leave out, as a particular word:

OMIT

18a. "Seinfeld" character Elaine ___:

BENES

19d. Pulitzer-winning novelist Jennifer:

EGAN

20d. Growl like a mad dog:

GNAR

20a. Pop singer Stefani:

GWEN

21a. Country home to Franz Beckenbauer, that has won the FIFA World Cup 4 times:

GERMANY

22d. Clerical garment:

ALB

23d. Sports groups with Seahawks and Falcons: Abbr.:

NFL

23a. Suffix with "super," to indicate a suddenly-brighter star:

NOVA

24d. Lode-bearing mineral:

ORE

25d. Large vessel used in breweries:

VAT

26a. State between Mississippi and Georgia: Abbr.:

ALA

27d. Small submachine gun used in many action films:

UZI

27a. Craft from outer space that may look like a saucer: Abbr.:

UFO

28d. Part of a shark that sticks out of water:

FIN

29d. Cheer for 39a at the World Cup, say:

OLE

30a. Country home to Zinedine Zidane, that won the FIFA World Cup in 1998:

FRANCE

31d. Shopping ___ (grocery store vehicle):

CART

32d. Bird shorter than only the ostrich:

EMU

33a. Country home to Pele, that has won the FIFA World Cup a record 5 times:

BRAZIL

34d. "Dragonwyck" author Seton:

ANYA

35a. Tennis serve that gets a do-over:

LET

36a. Doctor's advocacy group: Abbr.:

AMA

37d. "Queen of Crime" Christie:

AGATHA

38a. "A stitch in time saves ___" (common proverb):

NINE

39d. Country singer Keith, with an ironic last name?:

URBAN

39a. Country home to Luis Suarez, that has won the FIFA World Cup twice:

URUGUAY

40d. Five-time All-Star second baseman Chase ___:

UTLEY

41d. Sheedy and McBeal?:

ALLYS

42d. "Class dismissed" sound:

BELL

42a. "Boogie Nights" actor Reynolds:

BURT

43d. Addict's "itch":

URGE

44a. Titan who bears the Earth on his shoulders:

ATLAS

45d. Black coat, formed inside chimneys:

SOOT

46d. Old crone:

HAG

46a. Apt name for a gardener?:

HERB

47d. "___ me!" (reply to "Who's there," perhaps):

ITS

47a. "___ take a miracle to win this match!":

ITLL

48a. "Strike ___" (ump's call on the first strike):

ONE

49d. "Ain't happening!":

NAH

50d. Barely make do, with "out":

EKE

51a. Bit of pond vegetation:

ALGA

52a. "Those people..." (Pointer's word):

THEY

53a. Acorn-dropping tree:

OAK

54a. Former professional hoopster Davis:

GLEN

55a. Conveys verbally:

SAYS

56a. "Las," "los," or" les"?:

THE

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