Daily Themed Crossword : 17 October 2020 answers

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17 October 2020 crossword

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1d. ___ Newton (cookie):

FIG

1a. ___ Tuesday (Mardi Gras):

FAT

2d. Dental hygiene organization: Abbr.:

ADA

3d. Flip a coin:

TOSS

4d. ___ Zuko, main character played by John Travolta in the 1978 film "Grease":

DANNY

4a. Lily-Rose ___, actress from "The King":

DEPP

5d. Wear away, as soil:

ERODE

6d. Feel sorry for:

PITY

7d. Kissing in a crowd, say: Abbr.:

PDA

8d. ___ Maraschino, character played by Dinah Manoff in the 1978 film "Grease":

MARTY

8a. The ___ Hatter (Carroll's creation):

MAD

9d. Cambodia's continent:

ASIA

10d. Music duo ___ Punk:

DAFT

11a. "What did ___ wrong?": 2 wds.:

IDO

12a. Like a desert:

ARID

13a. "Make it quick!": Abbr.:

ASAP

14d. Baseball scores, for short:

PTS

15a. ___-guzzlers (some cars):

GAS

16a. "This is ___ drill!": 2 wds.:

NOTA

17a. Break in friendship:

RIFT

18a. ___ Olsson, main character played by Olivia Newton-John in the 1978 film "Grease":

SANDY

19d. Movie featuring the voice of Woody Allen:

ANTZ

20a. Inked designs, for short:

TATS

21a. Bill ___ the Science Guy:

NYE

22d. One-sixtieth of a minute, for short:

SEC

22a. "I ___ with my little eye...":

SPY

23d. U.K. leaders: Abbr.:

PMS

24d. Opposite of departure, for short:

ARR

24a. Share a border with:

ABUT

25d. Personal story, for short:

BIO

26d. ___ Aduba of "Orange Is the New Black":

UZO

27d. Kind of reel or reflex:

GAG

27a. Ruby or diamond, e.g.:

GEM

28d. Aromatherapy place:

SPA

28a. Horror film franchise famous for the "Jigsaw Killer":

SAW

29d. "We ___ to please.":

AIM

30d. ___ hours (early):

WEE

31a. Betty ___, character played by Stockard Channing in the 1978 film "Grease":

RIZZO

32d. "At your ___ risk":

OWN

33a. Cooling machines: Abbr.:

ACS

34a. Thanksgiving indulgence:

PIE

35a. Aussie hopper, informally:

ROO

36a. Happy tail movement:

WAG

37d. "Diana" singer Paul ___:

ANKA

38d. Holiday month, for short:

DEC

38a. Judi Dench's title:

DAME

39d. Rihanna's "Te ___":

AMO

39a. ___-Margret, actress from "The Two Mrs. Grenvilles":

ANN

40d. Establish, as a law:

ENACT

40a. Night before:

EVE

41d. ___ Fontaine, character played by Edd Byrnes in the 1978 film "Grease":

VINCE

42d. Topic of discussion, for short:

SUBJ

42a. Appear to be:

SEEM

43d. "Only Time" singer from Ireland:

ENYA

44d. Biblical garden:

EDEN

45a. ___ Murdoch, character played by Jeff Conaway in the 1978 film "Grease":

KENICKIE

46d. Jacob's brother:

ESAU

47d. Wrinkly leaves used in smoothies:

KALE

48d. Apple's portable music device:

IPOD

49d. Another word for "therefore":

ERGO

50a. Reverse computer command:

UNDO

51a. Wise ___ owl: 2 wds.:

ASAN

52a. Month after March, for short:

APR

53a. "Catch you later!":

BYE

54a. "Bank" or "Twitter" follower, for short:

ACC

55a. Yule ___ cake (Christmas dessert):

LOG

56a. ___ Fellopa, character played by Jamie Donnelly in the 1978 film "Grease":

JAN

57a. Sport-___ (multi-terrain vehicle):

UTE

58a. Tokyo's former name:

EDO

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