Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
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  1. 1."The Scent Keeper" author Bauermeister
  2. 2.Number of faces on a dodecahedron
  3. 3.Likewise not
  4. 4.Brief announcement that wickedness is now allowed? (Buick)
  5. 5.Break up
  6. 6."The Sentinel" actress Longoria
  7. 7.Ovine farm creature
  8. 8.Airport vehicle
  9. 9.Unfinished documents
  10. 10.Blackjack card
  11. 11.Cause involuntary laughter, in a way
  12. 12.Boulets ___ liégeoise (Belgian meatball dish)
  13. 13.H as in Helios
  14. 14.The V of RSVP
  15. 15.Valhalla ruler
  16. 16.Non-glossy finishes
  17. 17.The magnificence of a black bird when it wears a circular piece of jewelry? (Toyota)
  18. 18.Twin of Greek myth
  19. 19.Historian Berlin
  20. 20.Charlie's Angels, the Powerpuff Girls, etc.
  21. 21.Spectacular success for a tech company
  22. 22.Checked out pre-heist
  23. 23.ESPN anchor ___ Van Pelt
  24. 24.Enroll in again
  25. 25.Marathoner's identifier
  26. 26."M.A.S.H." corporal shrinks in fear? (Dodge)
  27. 27.Hall of Fame shortstop Ripken
  28. 28.Congressional staffers
  29. 29.Key hit when sending an instant message
  30. 30.___ Vegas, Nev.
  31. 31.Taking everything into consideration
  32. 32.Like counsel whose client is the company they work for
  33. 33.Biblical critter
  34. 34.Jim who coached Ohio State's football team from 2001 until 2011
  35. 35.Hurricane response org.
  36. 36."Twilight" actor Pattinson
  37. 37.Comment indicating that you're by yourself
  38. 38.Cut, as wood
  39. 39.Skin abnormality
  40. 40."The End Is ___" (apocalyptic-sounding show starring science educator Bill)
  41. 41."___ as I might ..."
  42. 42.Violet family flower
  43. 43.Music's Azalea or Pop
  44. 44.Full of spunk and spirit
  45. 45.Couple of socks, e.g.
  46. 46.Not in the picture, say
  47. 47.Mountaineering tool used to cut footholds
  48. 48.What poker chips represent
  49. 49.Mountaintop blanket
  50. 50.It's often sold by the gallon
  51. 51.Watching a meteor shower may inspire it
  52. 52.Football game named for an openly gay deer? (Subaru)
  53. 53.Prognosticator
  54. 54.Experience from a school trip, maybe?
  55. 55.Appetizer in American Chinese cuisine
  56. 56.Round Table address
  57. 57.In a precarious position
  58. 58.Crispy lunch letters
  59. 59.Crust over a cut
  60. 60."Hells Bells" rockers
  61. 61.Clump of chewed gum
  62. 62.One with a Mobile phone number?
  63. 63."Practice ___ perfect"
  64. 64.Took a spot on a pew
  65. 65.Unlike hot smoked meat
  66. 66.69 Down business
  67. 67.Mowing target
  68. 68.Space for anchoring
  69. 69.Partner of vim
  70. 70.Presidentially rejected
  71. 71."Blonde" beverages
  72. 72.Natural gas that's hazardous
  73. 73.Ethically ambiguous situation
  74. 74.Begin a volleyball rally
  75. 75.Quickly writes (down)
  76. 76.Chatter
  77. 77.Tube in a soda cup
  78. 78.Like a phoenix rising from the ashes
  79. 79.Sparkling Italian wine
  80. 80.Festive winter times
  81. 81.CMA Award winner McEntire
  82. 82.Kindergarten attendee
  83. 83.News headline about how Madrid's people provide weapons for political commentator Navarro? (Nissan)
  84. 84.___-bitty
  85. 85.Auteur's interest
  86. 86.Target of a booster?
  87. 87.Large storage tank
  88. 88.Surname of five entertaining brothers
  89. 89.Penultimate installment in a hexalogy
  90. 90.High-pitched woodwind
  91. 91.Straightaway
  92. 92.Get ___ of (toss)
  93. 93.Memorable deed
  94. 94.Home of D.C. and L.A.
  95. 95.Dressed for a prom, maybe
  96. 96.Water-skiing structures
  97. 97.Apply, as force
  98. 98.Spectacular
  99. 99.Org. monitoring CFCs
  100. 100."Them's fightin' words!"
  101. 101."Runny Babbit" writer Silverstein
  102. 102.Had lunch or brunch
  103. 103.Stored like spoons, say
  104. 104.See 128 Across
  105. 105.Aptitude for wordplay
  106. 106.Destroys, as a record
  107. 107.Gruff, as a voice
  108. 108.It means nothing ... yet it's said to make the world go round
  109. 109.Name after Ave or Tia
  110. 110."Pulp Fiction" actor Rhames
  111. 111.Any of MTWTF
  112. 112.Provide solace to singer Lang? (Kia)
  113. 113.Prepare, as bread dough
  114. 114.Fantasy foe
  115. 115.Like a desert
  116. 116.Narrow strip of wood
  117. 117.Rapid ___ movement
  118. 118.Org. opposed to leather production
  119. 119.Prefix with viral
  120. 120.Mandatory
  121. 121.NL ___ (Nationals' division)
  122. 122.Works without a partner
  123. 123.Sch. in New England
  124. 124.Jukebox musical about rocker Turner
  125. 125.Nixed, as a mission
  126. 126.With 52 Across, one who may give a wedding speech
  127. 127.Time to study for history class?
  128. 128.Strike a note?
  129. 129.Plead for help
  130. 130."___ we there yet?"
  131. 131.Help in an illicit way
  132. 132.Jem, to Atticus Finch
  133. 133.Potential mascot for an old web browser: a Florida reptile crawling in the middle of a church? (Lincoln)
  134. 134.Publication with an online video series called Legacy Leaders
  135. 135.Baked slapstick prop
  136. 136.Former Rangers manager Washington
  137. 137.New College of Florida city
  138. 138.Cougars' cousins
  139. 139.Exhibit shock, say
  140. 140.Desktop shortcuts
  141. 141.Source of soothing gel
  142. 142.Trivial falsehood
  143. 143.Board game in which you can form alliances

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