Daily Themed Crossword : 14 May 2022 answers

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14 May 2022 crossword

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1d. Month with a spooky last day, for short:

OCT

1a. ___ for (select):

OPT

2d. Vietnamese soup:

PHO

3d. ___ of war:

TUG

4d. Read, as a barcode:

SCAN

4a. Maple syrup source:

SAP

5d. Tuna in a Hawaiian household:

AHI

6d. "Ma ___," American radio soap opera from the Golden Age starring Virginia Payne:

PERKINS

7d. Get ruined, as an ice sculpture:

MELT

7a. Hollywood's "Mr. & ___ Smith":

MRS

8d. Have faith in, with "on":

RELY

9d. Pig's spot:

STY

10a. Ground-up fish bait (anagram of "much"):

CHUM

11d. Masculine in an aggressive way:

MACHO

12a. ___ Guevara (Cuban revolution figure):

CHE

13d. Pal in Canberra:

MATE

13a. "___ Corliss Archer," American radio program from the Golden Age starring Janet Waldo:

MEET

14a. Robe at the Colosseum, once:

TOGA

15a. Lung inflator:

AIR

16a. One who is on your side:

ALLY

17a. Pro's counterpart, to a decision maker:

CON

18d. Heavy-handed one:

OAF

19a. Hello ___ (Japanese character):

KITTY

20d. "The Halls of ___," American radio show from the Golden Age starring Ronald Colman:

IVY

21d. One of the three bears?:

MAMA

21a. Barista's chocolatey creation:

MOCHA

22d. Disney's snowman from "Frozen":

OLAF

23d. "It'll ___ you" (price to pay):

COST

24d. First "L" in LOL:

LAUGH

24a. Not taped, as a radio broadcast:

LIVE

25a. Disengaged from one's peers:

ALOOF

26a. "I'm not getting ___ younger!":

ANY

27d. Broadway musical with a feline name:

CATS

27a. Chicago's winter hours: Abbr.:

CST

28d. Minor public scene:

SPAT

29d. Coat for a road:

TAR

30a. Spanish for "more":

MAS

31d. "King ___ Time," USA's longest-running radio show:

BISCUIT

31a. Prefix with "boy" or "girl" to mean a restaurant worker:

BUS

32d. "Quiet, ___!," American radio show from the Golden Age starring Ernest Chappell:

PLEASE

32a. Madonna's "___ Don't Preach":

PAPA

33a. Back, to a sailor:

AFT

34d. Moo goo ___ pan (Cantonese-inspired dish):

GAI

34a. Musician's club appearance, say:

GIG

35d. "Sorry, my hands ___ tied":

ARE

35a. Site where one may kiss the bride:

ALTAR

36a. Electronic cigarette's lack:

ASH

37a. First "R" in R&R:

REST

38d. Water under a castle's bridge?:

MOAT

38a. "Stop the ___," American radio game show from the Golden Age that was hosted by Bert Parks and Dennis James:

MUSIC

39d. "Coyote ___" (2000 film):

UGLY

40d. Like some heirs or breadwinners:

SOLE

41d. Average in math?:

MEAN

41a. "Give ___ second chance!": 2 wds.:

MEA

42d. "Reading Rainbow" network: Abbr.:

PBS

42a. Stick for bouncing around:

POGO

43a. Country governed by seven Sheikhs: Abbr.:

UAE

44d. Before today?:

AGO

45a. Like an "I told you so!" look:

SMUG

46d. Elle, e.g., for short:

MAG

47d. ___ as directed:

USE

48d. Room for squats:

GYM

49a. It may be passed in fields or courts:

BALL

50a. Supermarket chain headquartered in New South Wales: Abbr.:

IGA

51a. "___ Aces," American radio show from the Golden Age starring Paul Stewart:

EASY

52a. Ocular infection:

STYE

53a. "I can't, I've got a ___ of work":

TON

54a. Item on a lapidarist's desk, perhaps:

GEM

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