Daily Themed Crossword : 8 December 2017 answers

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8 December 2017 crossword

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1d. Kissing in the park, for example: Abbr.:

PDA

1a. Bursts, like a balloon:

POPS

2d. Belonging to you and me:

OUR

3d. "Gangnam Style" rapper:

PSY

4d. "Delphine" author Madame de ___:

STAEL

5d. Back muscles, for short:

LATS

5a. Actor Neeson of the "Taken" movies:

LIAM

6d. "Do as ___!" ("Obey me!"): 2 wds.:

ISAY

7d. Thin MacBook model:

AIR

8d. "This clue can ___ break the case" (decide the outcome): 2 wds.:

MAKEOR

9d. Tailless primates:

APES

9a. Pretend to be someone else, as in a movie:

ACT

10d. Actress and fashion model ___ Delevingne:

CARA

11d. What a waiter carries dishes or cups on:

TRAY

12a. Coating on neglected furniture:

DUST

13a. The most populous continent:

ASIA

14a. On a ___ with (roughly equal to):

PAR

15a. The youngest daughter of Ned Stark in the "Game of Thrones" series, and is one of the most-loved fictional female characters: 2 wds.:

ARYASTARK

16d. Unhappy:

SAD

17a. Internet ___ (what we live in):

ERA

18a. Not at all difficult:

EASY

19a. Long writing assignment:

ESSAY

20d. "Smooth Operator" singer:

SADE

21d. "Cold, hard" money:

CASH

21a. "You ___ say that" ("That might be it"):

COULD

22d. Woodwind often found in orchestras:

OBOE

23d. Nation that was once led by Stalin: Abbr.:

USSR

24d. American singer ___ Rexha:

BEBE

24a. ___ constrictor (big snake):

BOA

25a. Stomach muscles, briefly:

ABS

26d. James Bond's prep school:

ETON

26a. Katniss ___, the lead character in "The Hunger Games" series, who is one of the most-loved fictional female characters:

EVERDEEN

27d. The Mystery Machine on "Scooby-Doo," for one:

VAN

28d. Tickle Me ____ (children's toy):

ELMO

29d. ___ out (barely made):

EKED

30d. ___ of the above (multiple-choice option, sometimes):

NONE

31a. Seven-time baseball All-Star Sammy ___:

SOSA

32d. In the center of:

AMID

33a. Bill to be paid at the bar:

TAB

34a. First home of the University of Nevada:

ELKO

35a. ___ Granger, one of the lead characters from the "Harry Potter" series and is one of the most-loved fictional female characters:

HERMIONE

36d. Bug (ant, for e.g.):

INSECT

37a. Males:

MEN

38a. Residence ___ (hotel chain owned by Marriott):

INN

39d. State between Mississippi and Georgia: Abbr.:

ALA

39a. "Humble" place of residence:

ABODE

40d. Holy book (with "The"):

BIBLE

41d. Hide a mike on:

WIRE

41a. They cross here:

WORDS

42d. ___ Bradley, the G.I.'s General:

OMAR

43d. 1948 Hitchcock thriller:

ROPE

44d. Capital of Peru:

LIMA

44a. Actress Taylor of "American Crime":

LILI

45d. Sports shirt brand:

IZOD

46a. "I think," succinctly:

IMO

47a. ___ Bennet, the protagonist of "Pride and Prejudice," who is one of the most-loved fictional female characters:

ELIZABETH

48d. What a Brit calls a bathroom:

LOO

49d. Place for a noise-reducing plug:

EAR

50d. Boxing match result, often: Abbr.:

TKO

51d. "For ___ a Jolly Good Fellow":

HES

52a. Criminal charge:

RAP

53a. Singer Perry ___, with the 1956 #1 hit "Hot Diggity":

COMO

54a. What the Caspian Sea actually is:

LAKE

55a. "___ on my bed my limbs I lay": Coleridge:

ERE

56a. Creature that's similar to a frog:

TOAD

57a. Cupid, to the Greeks:

EROS

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