Daily Themed Crossword : 5 May 2017 answers

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5 May 2017 crossword

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1d. Message from one stranded on an island:

SOS

1a. Popular dance form with Caribbean roots:

SALSA

2d. Hill-building hard worker:

ANT

3d. Actress Seydoux, who played the Bond girl in "Spectre":

LEA

4d. Japanese electronics giant owned by Panasonic:

SANYO

5d. American actor in "The Marrying Kind" or "Pat and Mike": 2 wds.:

ALDORAY

6d. Gaze in an unpleasant way:

LEER

6a. Foreign attorney's degree:

LLB

7d. Resulted in, in other words: 2 wds.:

LEDTO

8d. Shed as a result of violence:

BLOOD

9d. Without female company, as in a party:

STAG

9a. Place to relax:

SPA

10d. Land of the Incan empire:

PERU

11d. Stake in poker:

ANTE

12a. The 2.16m tall Shaquille:

ONEAL

13a. Snaky fish used in sushi:

EEL

14a. Start of the end of a countdown:

TEN

15a. Get up from a seat:

STAND

16a. Tokyo, previously:

EDO

17a. Gallery display:

ART

18a. Expression, used often against someone who goes speechless suddenly, that begins with "The cat got": 2 wds.:

YOURTONGUE

19d. The "Ctrl+Z" feature in Windows:

UNDO

20d. Gas used in signs:

NEON

21d. Barbecue entree:

RIBS

21a. Alive again, like a phoenix:

REBORN

22d. Prince William's school:

ETON

23d. Ali from the "Arabian Nights":

BABA

24a. What Keats wrote to a season:

ODE

25a. "Give ___ a whirl!": 2 wds.:

ITA

26a. "And without further ___":

ADO

27d. Result of three strikes:

OUT

28a. "Good-for-nothing" fellows:

OAFS

29d. Parts in a play:

ACTS

30d. Criticism:

FLAK

31d. Sultry, as a Playboy Playmate:

SEXY

32a. Expression, used as a concluding statement, that roughly means "There you have it!": 3 wds.:

BOBSYOURUNCLE

33d. Gush out, as smoke from a plant:

SPEW

34d. Jazz phrase associated with a guitar:

RIFF

35d. Untangle, as a ball of wool:

UNRAVEL

36a. Noise made with the thumb and middle finger:

SNAP

37a. Foil or can material:

TIN

38a. Payment to the government:

TAX

39a. What a bird lays:

EGG

40d. Kind of car meant for long drives or "grand tours": 2 wds.:

GTCAR

41d. Casper, for one:

GHOST

42a. Playful and bubbly, as a pup:

FRISKY

43d. Land of pizza and pasta:

ITALY

44d. "Want U Back" singer Lloyd:

CHER

44a. To have a long, friendly conversation with someone ("Let's meet for coffee and ___!"): 3 wds.:

CHEWTHEFAT

45d. Villain's nemesis:

HERO

46d. Test:

EXAM

47d. "Nurse Jackie" star Falco:

EDIE

48a. Cast a spell on:

HEX

49a. ___ liver oil:

COD

50a. Legally acceptable, as a document:

VALID

51d. Hawaiian garland:

LEI

52d. Quaint country lodging:

INN

53d. "That guy seems like a bit of a ___" (eccentric, in Australian english slang):

DAG

54a. The Romantic ___ (1800-1850):

ERA

55a. "___ was saying...": 2 wds.:

ASI

56a. Justice Kagan, of the Supreme Court:

ELENA

57a. Letters that used to accompany "CD": Abbr.:

ROM

58a. GPS suggestion, as the 66: Abbr.:

RTE

59a. Telling tales:

LYING

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