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Daily Themed Crossword 23 September 2022 answers

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23 September 2022 crossword

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1d. Small lap dog, for short:

POM

1a. Clothes you wear to bed, for short:

PJS

2d. "Dance Again" singer, to her fans:

JLO

3d. Capitol Hill bigwig, for short:

SEN

4d. Christopher ___, "Eragon" author who published his first book when he was a teen:

PAOLINI

4a. Baby Chihuahua:

PUP

5d. Virginia's country: Abbr.:

USA

6d. Essential parts or core substances:

PITHS

7d. Sheep's relative:

GOAT

7a. Chewy candy store purchase:

GUM

8d. "CTRL+Z" command:

UNDO

9d. Lunar object:

MOON

10a. Grand ___ Opry:

OLE

11a. "It's just ___ suspected!": 2 wds.:

ASI

12a. "Give Peace a Chance" singer Yoko:

ONO

13a. ___ Blanc, highest peak in the Alps:

MONT

14d. Charlamagne ___ God, radio host and TV personality:

THA

15a. Under ___ (sworn to say nothing but the truth):

OATH

16d. Box office result?:

HIT

17a. Meaningless fuss:

ADO

18a. ___ acid: Abbr. (pungent-smelling liquid):

HCL

19d. Hard-shelled crustacean that moves sideways:

CRAB

20a. Susan Eloise ___, "The Outsiders" author who published her first book when she was a teen:

HINTON

21d. "... I've become so ___..." (Linkin Park lyrics):

NUMB

22d. Maroon 5's "___ Will Be Loved":

SHE

22a. African wildlife expedition or GMC product:

SAFARI

23d. "___ Baby," song from "Hair":

ABIE

24d. First April target:

FOOL

25a. Disco guy from "The Simpsons":

STU

26a. "House of the Dragon" network: Abbr.:

HBO

27a. Short ___ sweet:

AND

28d. Howard Dean's organization: Abbr.:

DNC

29a. Everest or Fuji, briefly:

MTN

30d. 5-5 on a scoreboard, say:

TIED

31d. Little iPod that was discontinued:

NANO

32a. Vowels that end "Old MacDonald Had a Farm":

EIO

33a. "Use me" box:

BIN

34a. Personal and un-objective outlook:

BIAS

35d. Mamma's boy:

SON

36a. One in Santa's workshop:

ELF

37d. Most loved, informally:

FAV

38a. Panorama device, for short:

CAM

39d. Grow older:

AGE

40d. "The ___ Squad," 1970s crime drama series:

MOD

41a. "Love is The Drug" musician Brian:

ENO

42a. Etsy item?:

ART

43d. "Pegate" singer Martin:

RICKY

44d. ___ Bay Rays (Brett Phillips team):

TAMPA

45a. ___ Korman, "This Can't Be Happening at Mcdonald Hall" author who published his first book when he was a teen:

GORDON

46d. Ballroom dance originating in Cuba:

RUMBA

47d. Escaped from the situation, say:

FLED

47a. ___ Bujor, "The Prophecy of the Stones" author who published her first book when she was a teen:

FLAVIA

48d. Facebook "thumbs up" feature:

LIKE

49d. ___ Greven, "How To Talk to Girls" author who published his first book at the age of 9:

ALEC

50a. Professor's email id ender, perhaps:

EDU

51a. Rapper ___ Kim known for "Lady Marmalade":

LIL

52a. Metric units on a ruler: Abbr.:

CMS

53d. Timid and introverted:

SHY

54a. Actress Rudolph or poet Angelou:

MAYA

55d. Prince Valiant's son in the comics:

ARN

56d. Japan's monetary unit:

YEN

57d. Consumed some leftovers, say:

ATE

58a. Barely manage, with "out":

EKE

59a. Speedometer letters:

KPH

60a. ___ Easton Ellis, "Less Than Zero" author who published his first book while he was still a student:

BRET

61a. Last month, for short:

DEC

62a. "OMG, we did it!!!":

YAY

63a. "WeCrashed" actress Hathaway:

ANNE


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