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Daily Themed Crossword October 30 2020 Answers
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“Waterloo” pop group
Sagan who wrote “Pale Blue Dot”
Pad ___ (noodle dish)
Boxing champion Muhammad ___
Simba, to Mufasa in “The Lion King”
Trickle through the cracks, like water
Lincoln or Ford
“Keep an ___ on him” (watch closely)
Tiny picnic crasher
“The Girl on the ___,” a novel by P.G. Wodehouse published as a book in 1922
___ Strauss & Co., denim brand
“Healthy” cut of meat
Over there, to a poet
“Viva La ___,” song by Coldplay
Prayer’s end, often
Actress ___ Thurman from “Kill Bill: Volume 1”
Meat-based sauce served with 8d
“___ in the Morning,” novel by P.G. Wodehouse first published in 1946
Indian state known for its beaches
Dynamite inventor Alfred ___
Right out of the oven
Give away a secret, say
Bob and ___ (NASA astronauts)
Glow around a person
“___ for Jeeves,” novel by P.G. Wodehouse first published in 1953
Silicon Valley engineering head: Abbr.
Tear, like paper
“___ little confused.”: 2 wds.
“Anywhere” singer Rita ___
NBA or NHL stats, for short
Play a role in a play, say
Impertinent talk (rhymes with “lass”)
Another word for speed
Uncle Scrooge’s cry
___ Vera (medicinal plant)
“Go ___!” (leave)
Half a bikini
Bone-dry or arid (anagram of “seer”)
Gentle touch on the back
Catch a burglar
“The Adventures of ___,” novel by P.G. Wodehouse first published as a book in 1922
Big wine holder
Yours and mine
“Piccadilly ___,” novel by P.G. Wodehouse first published in 1917
Doctors’ organization: Abbr.
Vehicle with sliding doors
Alone, at a party
“Live at the Acropolis” keyboardist
Strange sky sighting: Abbr.
Plane-tracking device with a blip: Abbr.
Run with a long stride, say
French for “yes”
“Cocktail ___,” novel by P.G. Wodehouse first published in 1958
___ and crafts
Fire ___ (gem)
Big birthday party, for one