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“A Nightmare on ___ Street” (Wes Craven movie)
Football’s flight path
Fashion house whose initials come from its founder and the city it’s headquartered in
Sounds like a dove
Brand of hair-removal product
“Today” star who says her coanchor Savannah Guthrie is like a sister to her: 2 wds.
____-3 fatty acids
Actress Ward of “House”
Have ___ in one’s pants (be fidgety)
“___ on a true story”
Florida Georgia Line singer whose wife Hayley had a baby girl right before Christmas: 2 wds.
___ long way (really last): 2 wds.
and ___ aah
American frontiersman Carson
Australian actress who’s earned Golden Globe and SAG Award nominations for her portrayal of Tonya Harding: 2 wds.
Drive-____ (fast-food restaurant feature)
Pierce with a sharp weapon
Ski resort in Colorado
Drinks made by Tetley
“Pretty Little Liars” actress who teamed up with Words With Friends 2 to support Children’s Hospital Los Angeles: 2 wds.
Clear ___ bell: 2 wds.
“3:10 to ____” (2007 Russell Crowe film)
Person who might write sonnets
Flying animal that’s a symbol of Halloween
Parcel of land
Sound effect heard in caves
Airplane ___ (cell phone setting)
Back in the past
Parts of ears of corn that are thrown away
Place where scientists examine genetic evidence: 2 wds.
Japanese company that makes Jet Skis
A century has 100 of them: Abbr.
“Superior Donuts” actress Katey
Carol of “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”
Recede from the shore
Leisurely pace for a horse
“The Big ____” (2015 film that was nominated for a Best Picture Oscar)
Shallowest of the Great Lakes
Banned insecticide: Abbr.
What a tadpole might grow up to be
Bargain-hunting opportunity held in someone’s front lawn: 2 wds.
“We may have a problem here”: Hyph.
Type of altered plant that Monsanto is known for: Abbr.
Words spoken after “On your mark”: 2 wds.
“Are you a man ___ mouse?”: 2 wds.
Thick and shaggy, like a head of hair
Let the cat out of the bag
75-year-old rocker McCartney whose One on One tour ended in December
Childlike “Sesame Street” character
Free of clutter
Sense of self-importance
Patriotic chant at the Olympics