Category: The Washington Post Sunday Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.French printer Firmin ___ (Hint: If you didn't know of him, his name is one letter off from a word in this clue)
  2. 2.South American webpage showing a Calif. city pigpen?
  3. 3.Section of farmland
  4. 4.Bigeyes, bluefins, etc.
  5. 5.Scotch roll stuff
  6. 6.English actor Guinness
  7. 7.Minted bit of money
  8. 8.Romps around
  9. 9.Being broadcast
  10. 10.Horse family animal
  11. 11.Cut into thin strips
  12. 12.By ___ by
  13. 13.___ response team
  14. 14.Per ___
  15. 15.Booty
  16. 16.Mafic or ultramafic flow from a volcano, say
  17. 17.Gym setting, or a Village People hit
  18. 18.Caesar's midmonth day
  19. 19.Signify agreement
  20. 20.Setting of the Palacio de Galiana in Spain
  21. 21.Hand holder
  22. 22.Hit denoted as 3B in a box score
  23. 23.Feeling crummy
  24. 24.Big Kuwaiti export
  25. 25.Property claim
  26. 26.Dermal holes
  27. 27.Goes with
  28. 28.Serve a sentence
  29. 29.Asian webpage with info about an old horse (but not just any old horse)?
  30. 30.Ottawa Senators' org.
  31. 31.Venezuelan Coastal Range flower
  32. 32.Friendly gesture with one's fist
  33. 33.Hairstyling substance
  34. 34.Number of stars on the flag of Kosovo
  35. 35.Civil wrong
  36. 36.___ for apples
  37. 37.Sax's vibrating strip
  38. 38.Jamaican citrus
  39. 39.With 84 Across, Gilbert and Sullivan specialty
  40. 40.Plate-cleaning cloth
  41. 41.Aggravate
  42. 42."Where's the final slice of pizza?" reply, maybe
  43. 43.Like ultramarathoners
  44. 44.Emerge from slumber
  45. 45.European webpage where you can chat with a stage mom?
  46. 46.Developer of the 1987 game "Xybots"
  47. 47.Whistle sound
  48. 48.Glowing in the early evening
  49. 49.Sandy hue
  50. 50."Wonder Woman" actress Gal
  51. 51."If you ask me ..."
  52. 52.Merging of cuisines
  53. 53.Animated figure
  54. 54.Tale of Osiris, e.g.
  55. 55.Having no flow, as water
  56. 56.Birthday card number
  57. 57.Diner cook's way of saying "Food's ready!"
  58. 58.Card payment
  59. 59.Melbourne-born Hemsworth
  60. 60."Bah!" in Germany
  61. 61.Double-checks, in a lab
  62. 62.Fast-food request
  63. 63.Supportive cry
  64. 64.Unfortunate one
  65. 65.Lawyer's assignment
  66. 66.Chopped, as weeds
  67. 67.Still in draft form, say
  68. 68.Losing track?
  69. 69.Pie chart lines
  70. 70.Former Buick sedan
  71. 71."Sonic" noises
  72. 72."It's beyond ___ ken"
  73. 73.Raised
  74. 74."It's ___ my problem"
  75. 75.Covers as part of a Halloween prank, briefly
  76. 76.African webpage where you can follow an intergovernmental org.'s holy jurisdiction?
  77. 77.Greek Earth goddess
  78. 78.Landscaper's tool
  79. 79.Potatoes au ___
  80. 80.North American webpage where you can get live views of a big zoo animal?
  81. 81.Golfer Sörenstam
  82. 82.European webpage where you can say "Settle down" to a female deer?
  83. 83.Headquarters
  84. 84.Showered attention (on)
  85. 85.Delivery giant
  86. 86.Like old French bread
  87. 87."That cat pic is hilarious!"
  88. 88.Stored in the records
  89. 89.Grand ___ Rimini (five-star locale in Italy)
  90. 90."Viva Maria!" actress Brigitte
  91. 91.Poetic palindrome
  92. 92.___ in the hole
  93. 93.Helium's atomic number
  94. 94.Emcee's device, briefly
  95. 95.U.S. state that's home to the Alamo
  96. 96.Golf supporter
  97. 97.Faith for those making a pilgrimage to Mecca
  98. 98.[I'm a feline and I feel fine]
  99. 99.Musical group that appeared in "Grease"
  100. 100.Foundation of law in Qatar
  101. 101.Beast's refuge
  102. 102.See 80 Across
  103. 103.Amazed one's feeling
  104. 104.Vampire slayer's item
  105. 105.Cheeky little devil
  106. 106.Fish that's a homophone of a word meaning "affectedly shy"
  107. 107.Waste-watching org.
  108. 108.Grand Lodge group
  109. 109.Part of a model's side
  110. 110.Bahamas makeup
  111. 111.Took off for a wedding
  112. 112.Extremely
  113. 113.Tranquilize
  114. 114.Canada ___ (bird)
  115. 115."That's amazing!"
  116. 116.Irish pub servings
  117. 117."Am I missing something here ...?"
  118. 118.Find a function for
  119. 119."What a terrible fate!"
  120. 120.Fluency-building subj.
  121. 121.Tate Britain display
  122. 122.Like multimillionaires
  123. 123.Mete (out)
  124. 124.World Cup highlight
  125. 125.Film review, e.g.
  126. 126."Wednesday" werewolf
  127. 127.Ilhan in Congress
  128. 128.Like country life
  129. 129."Barry" network
  130. 130.Plant-damaging insect
  131. 131.Mammal one might find at Argentina's Mundo Marino
  132. 132.Single step
  133. 133.Induct into the Hall of Fame
  134. 134.Place you might visit, and an alternate title for this puzzle
  135. 135.India ___ (badminton event held at the K.D. Jadhav Indoor Hall in New Delhi)
  136. 136.Covered in goo
  137. 137.Cut, as blades
  138. 138.Congo Basin ape
  139. 139.Place for mascara
  140. 140.Chicken coop collection
  141. 141.Managed somehow
  142. 142."Smoking or ___?"
  143. 143.Former Russian rulers
  144. 144.Elf's foe in Middle-earth
  145. 145.Dress worn in Nepal
  146. 146.Elaborate request?
  147. 147.The ___ Tour (Taylor Swift concert series)
  148. 148.Future majors, perhaps
  149. 149.From the top
  150. 150.Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for ___"

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