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They played movies on TVs before DVD players
Shakespeare’s “Much ___ About Nothing”
Word that can follow “bath” or “wash”
Brand of dental products: Hyph.
“It’s all ___ day’s work”: 2 wds.
Pertaining to the moon
Crunchy sandwich, for short
Type of sauce made by Kikkoman
Baseball player with the record for the highest on-base percentage, at .482: 2 wds.
___ Cooper (raccoon in a series of PlayStation games)
Chemical found in drain cleaners
Rains cats and dogs
Get to third base feet-first, maybe
Rebel princess in the “Star Wars” films
With 32-Across, team that 18-Across played for his whole 19-year professional career
See 29-Across: 2 wds.
“Players may not loan money to other players” is one in Monopoly
___ of War (video game franchise)
Zodiac sign of the ram
“There’s no ___ crying over spilt milk”
Youngster in Kanga’s pouch
Batting feat achieved twice by 18-Across: 2 wds.
“Yawn, who cares?”
“___ always heard it said …”
Make a ___ (argue loudly in public)
Like a person who blushes and doesn’t say much
Game show emcee
Electrical units for batteries
Mean, like Cinderella’s stepsisters
Actor Quaid or songwriter Newman
Crunchy side dish at Long John Silver’s
Store where you’d see a meat slicer
Ready to be drawn from the keg: 2 wds.
Number before dos, in Spanish
“(Sittin’ on) The Dock of the ___” (Otis Redding classic)
Brand of steel wool pad
___ down on the job (neglecting one’s responsibilities)
Fuzzy fungi that grow on old food
Where Michael Phelps swam in his last Olympics
Woodwind in a jazz combo, for short
Animal that’s roped at a rodeo
Delete from the page
Women’s lingerie item
“Support ___ Troops” (bumper sticker)
Wriggle along the ground like a snake
Puts up, as a building
Laudatory speech at a funeral
Homophone of “size”
Teenage boy in the title of a Shakespeare tragedy
Dana ___ (real name of Queen Latifah)
Bear in the Hundred Acre Wood
New England university that has a rivalry with Caltech: Abbr.
94-year-old actress ___ Marie Saint