The following cryptic crossword-type clues are listed alphabetically by their solutions (with a few exceptions, as noted).

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Solutions



A
Alpha particle (1)
First of all, has Ms. Ephron written back to Mr. Spelling? (5)
"Not even two articles countering the established position? Is this a police state??" says the American composer (5,7)
Chance of coming clean is, unfortunately, about nil (8)
A plank on a ship (6)
Fruity liquid. . . adding in two cups for chest rub (6)
Emancipator of Alhambra trashed hotel around three o'clock, roughly (7,7)
A woman in Europe (6)
Liquid that may stimulate some muscles in the behind (8)
Pardon. . . . Stomach muscles love to be exercised (7)
A half-can salsa, perhaps, is plenty (9)
Decapitated infant's mother left — it's horrible (7)
A boor to graduate last at my school (7)
Make outstanding air conditioning unit that's less than a dollar (6)
Used to do me violently behind gnarled cactus (10)
Western ocean swallows Cold War veteran who went into the water (8)
It sounds like Henry VIII, for one, is sore (6)
Charo dances before you start to say a bit of dialogue in a musical (1,6,4)
A drug abuser, perhaps (4,4)
Service members making a costly mistake holding enemy leader (8)
Stunningly interprets Cats! (4)
In reality shows, wildcat confronts you and a teammate (8)
First person to see attorney in the morning (4)
Old couple insisting temperature will go to 500 the day before holiday (4,3,3)
They raised Cain in reference to "damned Ave. A interchange" (4,3,3)
Way early man transported things (1,4,5)
ADDAMS FAMILY SERIES: (wordplay only)
       Wild coitus in back of Chevrolet (6,3)
       OMG! Incredibly simple! (5)
       A thousand and two degrees (9)
       Large ancient city near Switzerland (5)
       Timor liberated by US operatives (8)
       Faulty plug? Yes. (7)
       Night terror (5)
       Stop — that's enough fluorine to mutilate trees (5,6)
       Sweden bombed Germany? Yes, almost. (9)
Ripped dead rattlesnake's head from snake (5)
/Need to have read dictionary to comprehend. . . (9)
\. . . meaning I intend of "I messed up" (10) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "d"]
(DOWN clue:) Sullivan climbing into a green tree, oddly enough (8)
Stuck with ditzy redhead (7)
Provide clergy afterafter Christ's birth (10)
Director of mad traitors in Mobile (13)
I, badly smitten, embracing girl in a courtly manner? (10)
Representative at beauty counter displayed no interest in commercials (6)
Big fuss takes place before controversial point gets approval (8)
It's a sin to give a man or a woman rye toast (8)
It could be very bad, very bad, losing your head (6)
Challenges truth about last of claims after commercial is shown (9)
On one European river, barge heads west, although Bohr isn't finished with Elvish hymn (1,8,10)
Heard a polyphonic composition, "O Vile Demon," in film (1,3,4,3)
Fact: exercising, taking iron will bring about change (6)
Graduate assistant within loves to make habitual gestures (12)
Intended to find a cafe, got lost (9)
(DOWN clue:) Yes! Support Peron's uprising! (11)
Originally the dominion of scores of Buffalo and Broncos running across the fields; the survivors have been put in a new habitat and may be viewed by the public on Sundays (3)
It's sadly intoned: "Child Run Over by Car" (1-4,5)
Father gets drunk, grabs Mother; ultimately, infant results (9)
In later part of day (past 2), pianoforte moving north (9)
Formerly, John Ashcroft's kind of college (2)
Christie has a somewhat garish, fancy hat (6)
Gade arranged "Old Folks" (4)
One standardized test that has been around for a long time (4)
Representative almost anticipates prosecutor's intentions (6)
In the beginning, earth surrounded by noxious gas for thousands of years (4)
Want to stay home and avoid the crowds, or go into Asian peninsula to eat some Asian soup? (11)
Yes, a desire to acquire (6)
Pay attention to a Hebrew leader that expresses distress to Jews (4)
Top master at hanging twelve? (2)
Melissa Shook is unfocused (7)
I read moving article in French about a dog (8)
/"Pet bats are ideal. . . (8)
\. . . companions," a lady says, knowing it isn't true (6) [Out of alphabetical position, but solution does begins with "a"]
1970 film and novel, I, Raptor (7)
Soft-rock duo's song goes by easily (3,6)
Oh, me! I hear a young girl (4)
Famous gangland criminal, if support were lost, would be left with nothing but dog food (2,6)
A transfinite cardinal confused elephant (5-3)
Capone joins former wife and goes to emergency room with intrepid spirit for Star Trek composer (9,7)
Legendary Macedonian conqueror learned ax-twirling in front of theater — experiencing difficulties with gravity (9,3,5)
Insect eats fruit for food (7)
Article 51-2 states, briefly: "Payment to be made to ex-spouse" (7)
A malevolent being turned around and around (5)
Aluminum converted into coal, set aside (10)
Gee, everybody — that's swell! (3,5)
Compatriot in battle brutally beheaded four times (4)
This woman married a composer, an architect, and a writer and had an affair with a painter, making her mama all crazy (4,6)
Hawaiian greeting sounds like a subdued laugh (5)
A fool comes back cool (5)
Movie star makes a record: Ms. Lewinsky's Topless Retreat (2,6)
Some harmonica player backed into an actor (2,6)
Doctor Larson: a person who didn't succeed (4-3)
Totally makes some contralto get herpes (10)
Singer working one city in Pennsylvania (7)
Tom Hulce film, "Runaround Sue" (drama), has Restricted rating removed (7)
Sam Berg risks guts to get perfume ingredient (9)
Three pieces fell off back of emergency vehicle — loyal Brit replacing them able to supply own transportation (10)
U.S. President and mother left in a cell (5)
For God's sake, it's over somewhere in Sacramento (4)
Change last word of Hymn 500 (5)
(DOWN clue:) Mother raised Ms. Jong in this country (7)
Sevareid embraced by a fellow U.S. citizen (8)
Yank a Crimean criminal (8)
Bedlam Memorial loses 1000 holding dog talent show (8,4)
Leo, Irma arranged to hold dog show in the U.S. (8,4)
Stay excited about crystal gemstone (8)
Is the speaker starting to drag partway through? (4)
In Vietnam, I dealt LSD, among other things (5)
A telepathist who lives in fear of Ugandan dictator? (1,4,6)
Exercise, for a musician, is wasted calories, man (1-5,5)
Fix-it man making lots of money (1,4)
Wrong one, young lady (5)
Plenty of fruit — somewhat soft, not very soft (5)
In the morning, two characters from Greece leave "The Tar House," a bit drunk and quite pleased (6)
A son in March, unfortunately, is one at the wrong time (11)
Writer residing in Montana is 90 (5,3)
Simian apes think about how to get from their cage at the zoo to their home by a stream or up a tree (7)
A very high price to get Hammer in via the back door, for example (2,3,3,1,3)
Small amount of chemical found in some medical student's study (7)
Sounds like Dan Rather's not present for Navy song (7,6)
Additional birthday wishes are pouring in: North Dakota, Massachusetts, New York, Missouri. . . (3,4,4)
According to rumor, princess made a picture with prince (6)
It's heard where colored silks are worn, the dye ran (3,6,3)
Comedian with yak cracked up Frenchman (4,7)
Amusing stories of Dorothy in a scene that went awry (9)
It can be, it's said, a cute fish (5)
/Sinister Voldemort's gnawing sandwiches; it's not long. . . (8)
|. . . till Potter's beginning quietly. . . (4) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "p"]
\. . . to taint V's bread (totally surreptitiously and imperceptibly, perhaps) (7) [Out of alphabetical position, but solution does begins with "a"]
Article: "Way to go, Frank!" (4)
Disney star's one tenet: A crazy way to have fun is to start a musical instrument (7,9)
Girl puts on a little weight, guys start talking — everybody hears it (12)
Maryann ultimately has to dissolve marriage (5)
Feed the kitty a hamster; save the cuts of pork for insectivore (8)
Around 10, Rodgers & Hammerstein heroine starts "Edelweiss," which has leading parts for skipper (8)
A tenor is replaced by opera management heads in The Vestibule (8)
They say the Princess Cafe has a little space near the front door (8)
Hanta Rx: terribly poisonous bacterial spores (7)
Western hideout (and other similar ones) has a little sodium for killing germs (13)
I dab Tony's bum with germ killer (8)
A soldier perhaps gets a mite roughed up in Civil War battle (8)
One jeweler heard music from two choirs in turn (9)
Composer cooked okra after eccentric (not a diarist) with illness left (7,6)
Blacksmith's equipment found in Moravian village (5)
Unspecified person, a New York youth, gets arrested, finally (7)
Welk quoted battleship calls (1,3,3,1,3)
According to reports, God and His Son shortly will offer formal explanation (7)
#51 taxi in New York not big, but suited for the purpose (10)
A bit of headland erodes from port — Doris, this is a good time to plant a tree (5,3)
Circular path made by boat in sound (3)
Dated a rich eccentric that is about a hundred (7)
One of God's attendants using a rough switch on devil's rear end (9)
He cried "Eureka!"; one of his deities chimed in (10)
Acrobats bow (4)
Former oil company — not the pits, we hear (4)
"Get me out of Ardmore," expressed with passion (5)
Relationship's beginning to follow tortuous road to romantic passion (5)
Its cargo included two donkeys and wouldn't be complete without the Clintons (9)
Darling daughter dropped a lot of weight in U. S. city (9)
Animal (gorilla) takes top off bananas, eats bananas (9)
Charm snakes with a song from "Caquetoire" (8)
"DOA" on Duran Duran rock LP record Motion (6,3,6)
A run, young man, is tailored primarily to make you lighter (8)
Terry A. Wild, deliverer of blood (6)
/Clear away soft, granular, . . . (10)
\. . . coarse dirt settling around back steps (7) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "s"]
Garfunkel's "Spasm" is aesthetically pleasing (8)
Like good grades? (2)
A horse is swimming onto the beach (6)
Calling for more Spanish to be beheaded by Henry VIII (6)
Say — hip Texas models take one's breath away (10)
/A small, small opening. . . (3)
\. . . Can the French get in to it? (6) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "t"]
Slave owner turned to state (5)
To see a donkey rear its head / And rear again kills great men dead (12)
Inside foreign embassy, fifty people gathered (8)
Evaluate female donkey? (6)
Careful and thorough, from South America, heading west, Caesar comes to the States, captures midwestern college (9)
Shirt's on backwards: can I help? (6)
The end is August 6th! Help! (6)
Yes, fool. You like roses. (9)
Rocky, drowning in sour ade, is shocked? (10)
/Soon, Marty gets confused by science. . . . (9)
\He feels the same way about math & PE (6) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "e"]
Science prize goes to "The Metric System: Bridging the Gap Between Top Grades and Average Grades" (12)
Wrecked tailgear missing a piece of iron — whereabouts unknown (2,5)
Poe hamster struggling to get air (10)
Bikini, e.g., gets a charge (5)
A number of people gathered at 10, before the prom (10)
Protect a ground spider (8)
Treat wound and most of skin blemish left by spider (8)
Wear a piece of the flag (6)
Measure a true circumference around bust and derrière (10)
Property located in Butte is developed — ultimately, partner and I invested (9)
In Office 12, ophthalmological procedure (2,4)
Piece of solder joins gold and tin in city of Orange (6)
Like Schwarzenegger's gold set of trains? (8)
Real gold, then titanium and carbon (9)
In a New York City building, a female robot (9)
Not one rodent has lost its tail following a car on its own (10)
Kosma's work evaluates mu spinning around neutron (6,6)
A Virginia planter doesn't have energy to become an actress (3,7)
One state college in Texas exhibits greed (7)
Get retribution for vegan that is ordered to swallow a piece of egg (6)
Awards first place and, perhaps, Fifth (6)
It's the norm to declare how old you are (7)
Flat, in part — not inclined (6)
Left eggs off Mo's burger, and the chemistry major knew it (9,6)
A German from an English county (4)
Giving out prizes in a random drawing (8)
Carol (manager) is upset after a preliminary event to the boxing match is announced (4,2,1,6)
Children's classic by L'Engle, edited by Spooner, reads, "See me pee? Wee wee wee!" (1,7,2,4)
Fairfax Island used as hiding place for 1940s warmongers (4)

B
Monkey gets a college degree — that's really helpful (6)
Beach not England's foremost composer (4)
Bacon not quite done — sibling gets sick with bacterial infection (10)
Fan of cake maker eats piece of cake (6)
Ed is an ass (8)
Ronet or Raelette? (6,6)
Bugs and I will get into Cabaret free (8)
Bedard's screwball is comparatively good? (6)
Sack Hussein's first defense and take out center of Iraqi capital (7)
Streetwoman happy to fall into Hudson? (3,4)
Greek pastry made using partially-baked volcanic rock (7)
That woman enters cooking events, takes home top money (9)
Dog eating a large dead bird (4,5)
A great time having a baby in a little steel sphere (4,7)
Woman who leaps in a shed with an NBA star (6)
Liberal nuts backing an aspiring Pavlova (9)
Spun around a Li'l Abner dancer (9)
Lo! A blonde, after fooling around, swelled out and became round (9)
Note: Arlo G. is playing "The Downfall of Gandalf the Grey" (6)
Bottomless Bimbo: a naughty movie for kids? (5)
Boy in a bomb explosion (7)
Sheep talk about breadfruit (6)
Group of people, sick, admitted into twin hospital facilities ahead of stout-heart bullfighter (12)
Mexican crook's "bait and switch" (7)
Country to outlaw German lead, which breaks down into sulfur and hydrogen (10)
Prohibit Namath and DiMaggio from strumming instruments (7)
ABC newswoman says: "Legal professionals disallow one reactionary ordinance, rest uneasily" (7,7)
Attorneys ban The Jazz Singer, a Fonda film (10)
Prohibit live showing of Cooking on the Grill (10)
Going from bar to bar, sister gets drunk with singer-actress (6,9)
Iberian seacoast site offers crab: alone; in stew (9)
Just heard what Traveller could do (6)
Drinker to expel stomach contents about 6 trillion miles shortly (6)
Degree to which I will go into tricky tenor voice range (8)
Initially, Bob takes wacky Lucy to Spurs game (10)
"Hound Dog": Ron H.'s arrangement for tenor clarinet (6,4)
One of bandmates to help bandmember (7)
Abe failing to keep quiet in prison (8)
"Th-in" bagel — it helps keep your skin soft and smooth (4,3)
This'll get you juiced up: a Louisville Slugger — two parts tequila, two parts rye (7)
Circular structure housing light within can be seen through fog! (6)
Portray a prisoner in The Guiding Light? (6)
Better beta version (4)
Having weakness, queen's attendant takes a pill before starting lunch (8)
Top o' Broadway Diner used to make scrambled eggs (6)
Man in 50s (who was real cool) pummeled Santa Claus, according to reports (7)
Troubled? Where there's sex, there's sin, Mr. McMahon (9)
Bachelor hoped to be naughty and sleep around (3-3)
Utter chaos is being blamed, unfortunately (6)
At the end of the day, diminutive 1st-century saint taken in by 8th-century saint (7)
Do hornets live here? (7)
Pastoral composer to stand before the blast furnace (9)
Portions of crab egg are for one who pleads (6)
Pro team from Illinois with two guards to fire one: badly beat, without a center, by college team from Indiana. . . . No, I would say when you're desperate, you take what you can get (7,4,2,8)
Charming apiarist said, "Fish!" (9)
In a predicament — what an ass! (6)
Musician, out of control, broke tabla (4,6)
Bartók and Kennedy getting together after some delay (7)
Liberal label for Congresswoman Abzug (5)
Been naughty? It must be true, or he'd be giving you lots of presents (10)
She generously provides some meat, which gets eaten ultimately by a lady in Hollywood (12)
Feeling grief for lost beaver (a male) (8)
Tolkien hero seen in Bree, drunk, by Aragorn, finally (5)
Disease put Halle in the grave, it's said (8)
Card (king) held by Manber, perhaps (7)
Pessimistic investor loses a cruise ship to German capitalist? (8)
Rotated some majorette batons to beat (6)
Actress to live at apartment center on the outskirts of Tipperary — it's in the middle of nowhere (5,5)
Possessed, Beth winced in pain, losing last of million (9)
Ancient writings saying gallbladder excretion suppresses onset of baldness (5)
Green fluid from rear of car (4)
A huge number saying "Charge! Charge!" (7)
Left some barbecued ribs and chicken, perhaps (4)
Celtic forward to yell for whistle, e.g. (4,4)
Spooner. . . . Speaking of Spooner, he spots spoonbills and spies sparrows (11)
Boy who likes both male and female animals? (5)
Weirdo orbits cafe (6)
Rat in unregulated lab shot with booze, decapitated (12)
Jet's aft section holds fifty (5)
Flower girl follows servant into bed (5-4,5)
With blade, hack off excess sebum (9)
Bikini top taken off, getting model — finally — a cover (7)
Blah! Get the h--- out! The band at the wedding is playing much too loud (7)
It goes against all that is held sacred to say it's abnormally balmy around two-thirds of the globe (9)
Stabler unleashed bomb (7)
Without direction, be flaccid, obese person (5)
Bluto's first Frankfurter's left unfinished. "Heat it up here," I said. "It takes only a fraction of a second." (5,2,2,3)
Second-tier celebrity gets popular, ultimately becoming super-hot (10)
Before end of movie, suave Brit gets girl ultimately: the kind of girl gentlemen prefer (6)
Cartoon wife confused ol' Biden (7)
Old boy turns red (6)
Jerk goes into ridiculous discourse on women's tops (7)
Fail to include sound of Broadway composer in theatrical scene (4,2)
Rev. Spooner's ghost says this made it harder to see colorful flyer (8)
Cigar has ten outside leaves wrapped around black lupine (10)
Bird reportedly didn't inhale reefer (4,3)
Did something foolish: ran outside topless, split (9)
"One from Column A, two from Column B?" Going back to China, perhaps? No no — someplace in the Dominican Republic (4,5)
Soap is stinking so bad. Why? (4,4)
Lad holds multibillion-dollar corporation; that's a little more than par for the course (5)
Nuclear weapon (Bulgaria's first) gets mob to retreat (4)
Promise a good grade on shorthand final (4)
In Paris — good lord! — some booze is a necessity for beatnik poetry readings (5,5)
Ghost says it will accept, as an option, highest bid. This is a mistake. (6)
First dog in the U.S. to go to Midwestern State. . . . No interest? Nothing? That's sad! (6)
Mrs. Derek approves of literature (5)
An Oklahoma song performer essentially wears out one sombrero (6,6)
Groveler and Spooner's money squabble (10)
Shepherdess put on some jazz, turned around to go to the bathroom (2,4)
Spooner's way of knowing someone's arrived at the house. . . . oh — they say it's that kind of a house! (8)
/Ed, born evil, and Lizzie, the axe-murderer. . . (6)
\. . . are decapitating chauvinist (5) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "e"]
Hospital worker almost falls into plants on periphery (10)
No excitement in bedroom, unfortunately (7)
Great Dane swallows a small lion with frightening craft (4,4)
He wrote, "Eastern half of Durin's realm is beat up, destroyed, rank" (5,9)
Atom with five protons loses nucleus, absorbs small subatomic particle (5)
Supervisor loses small amount of weight in Beantown (6)
What the stock market might do before it shoots up like the moon (6,3)
O, rub like crazy with good French whisky (7)
Mrs. Derek standing next to a famous Hollywood street, looking like a cow (6)
My right to a bit of bread, oxygen, and heat (3-3)
Intestine and elbow injured (5)
Deep-dish wild cherry — the whole thing is round and weighs up to 16 pounds (7,4)
My arm motion confused Westbrook (3,6)
Have relations with a bovine? You will get pounded! (5)
Airplane manufacturer switching from natural log base to common — it's brutal! (6)
With intelligence a boy has, certain to collect $1000, outside of royalty, for 1973 U.S. rock album (5,5,7)
Perhaps Bush and Barack beginning to talk a lot, but not really getting to the point (7)
Generals empty bladder and rectum (5)
More assertive finish to wine. A cup, perhaps? (9)
Gilligan's vehicle brings keg, and rabbi gets drunk (8,3)
Bret Harte takes out a pair of trunks, swims to get inspiration (7)
Dead and gone, bless heart (10)
Beer is drunk where the sign of The Prancing Pony is displayed (4)
Actor with scoliosis around lower back goes to doctor, finally (5,6)
Note: Turn back — never burn bridges (5)
"Struggling," bride claims, beginning to beam, "paid off." (6)
You're likely to see a "DO NOT DISTURB" sign here. . . . A lie. Disturb anyway. (6,5)
Newlyweds rent 1-bed Grand Hotel accommodation (5,3,5)
Flying bird gets half-way across river (6)
Bartender starting to concoct a drink for soldiers (7)
"Bandits and Brides" half-written by Gilbert and Sullivan (8)
Some babies have this procedure for broken ribs (4)
Popular place for plays: west end of Beale Street (8)
Renovator, take a bow! Yard becomes a play area (8)
Stock exchange erupted into madness (9)
To make German rolls: with broth almost done, add a bit of cornmeal and a layer of eggs? (8)
Arab-run gambling houses taken over by hillbillies (5)
Good ol' boy refusing a late-year champagne (6)
You can't top Martin Luther for one following Bible and opposing the system (7)
Conservative shoe accessory adds a bit of youthfulness (7)
Description of collapsing concrete road brings little funding? (8)
Plan expenses of only around 500 thousand dollars? Excellent! (6)
Fool with bulbs until they begin to turn off and on (7)
Partial bump on diseased leg — this can end private dreams? (5)
Beast that is starting scuffle with mean kids (7)
Shaved whisker retreating into cheek (3)
House-maid wears a hairdo that's painful (8)
Sandy spots Archie and Edith (7)
Hopper does The Tails of Hoffman (Dustin) in Purchase (5)
Turning around to make a gesture of disrespect with buttocks (4)
Fast-food restaurant in town serving sodas topless (6,4)
The last vestiges of you or I, situated in resting place! (6)
Bird uteruses are terribly difficult things to find, but well worth the effort (6,9)
Ives' Rhapsody's conclusion is rough (5)
Actor to make smokin'-hot car that holds three (4,8)
Restaurant employee working to get back doctor for a woman quickly (6)
Big Bird's back doctor: a true hero (7)
It used to be customary to put on one's seat belt when traveling around America (6)
Working hard to get small breasts? (8)
Perverted brute takes two of children to flesh peddler (7)
Cassidy encloses end of text with a mouse! — goes to an IM site (4,5)
Dairy product from goat? (6)
I will be absent from moving tribute to dairy product (6)
Frequent partygoer gets good grade, then really gets bad grade (9)
Can Dotty Kilmer drink? (10)
Candy is behind her, playfully running around bed in South Carolina (12)
Butter-nuts before starts of strenuous safaris help give strength (8)
One who spends 4th of July trapped by deranged rube (5)
Bird to fly low over a short street (7)
He tried to reach the pole, but initially returned, dehydrated (4)

C
Balsamic mixture used in religious cult (8)
Struggling oboes following conductor's articulation at first, but get behind (7)
Unusual cool device from East Indian (5)
Dad, Cy got in a scuffle with that man carrying those golf clubs (5)
Roman emperor said, "Grab that woman!" (6)
Copper in interior of skin blemish and kidney stone (8)
Check measurement of bacterial waste (9)
Cat in care of Dodgson's girl lost tail (6)
Charly, is floor one in an odd location in this state? (10)
Jason Kidd's college team is the team in New York that is giving up $2000 to exercise option (12)
Austrian leader wears contacts to see Greek diva (6)
Replace oil with care in heating unit (7)
Counterfeit nickel gets a chipmunk some designer underwear (6,5)
Pet eating wiener and cheese (9)
Back up computer, then clear 60% of video recorder (6)
Film crew arrived with noodles (9)
State nothing to Pedro that would reveal Victoria's location (6)
Fire a princess — without letter of termination — from Toronto (8)
American Celebration contains material that will force it off the air (6)
One of the twelve signs of malignancy (6)
Liberace's companion is able to deal with changing into ladies' underwear (10)
Covered with sugar, toilet stopped functioning (7)
Sugar-coated frank with a piece of egg inside (7)
Bum succumbs to some gum and sugar plums (7)
Letters from Mexican do resonate with sincerity (6)
Sweet thing! Could it be citizen's daughter? Sounds like it (5,4)
Dirty Dancing has tendency, ultimately, of making things sugar-coated (8)
Fire is leading to disease and known to lead to extreme injuries to dogs (5,5,10)
Hotel turned in religious cult for anthropophagy (11)
Cannabis mixed with one unit of LSD used by human-flesh eaters (9)
Clergyman will be 100 soon (5)
Nun's spot (8)
/Cannot even get a drink here if you're a soldier. . . (7)
\. . . Cannot even be a soldier (3) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "a"]
Escapade with condiment (5)
Fellow from western part of California eats Middle-Eastern bread in Sacramento (7)
"Take advantage of excellent views," they say (10)
Credit card used to get pizza dough stuffed with various fillings including flatbread, with a piece of zwieback to go (7,3)
Garment worn by women with headwear to strongly discourage insects (5,5)
Model Prius inside can of orange drink (5,3)
Description under picture of wrecked Pontiac (7)
Lotus — gone to seed (7)
Vehicle #007101015002.718CO2 (6,7)
Antiquated office-supply item made of shortening, starch or sugar, theoretically? (6,5)
Herb, check a mother's ID (8)
Spooner's watchman arrived at bridge (4,4)
A joker in almost every primary (8)
Bird is inside sloth, perhaps? (8,3)
The 350-V8 was careening wildly (3,6)
At work, Ralph Kramden accepts this responsibility, taking to heart a quote from Barker (7)
Vehicle I purchased halfway to Maine town (7)
Kind of conductor leading a band (6)
Reiner is evil, craven, disorderly, and slimy to begin with, but this underground money-making operation in New Mexico is sinking to new depths (8,7)
New "Mona" lyrics from pop songwriter (5,5)
Opera conductors (6)
Red auto belonging to me (7)
Widespread bloodshed: a company lost. Recall it on lapel decoration (9)
Ms. Burnett frequently goes to pit to embrace live soloist at beginning of Christmas song (5,2,3,5)
Riding partner close at hand? (6)
In Rome, seize the opportunity to gripe bitterly, I deem (5,4)
Perhaps builder of aquarium says, "Goldfish come in here" (9)
Poor beggar crept around a postbellum opportunist (12)
I rage violently after car becomes a motorless vehicle (8)
Transported by bumpy car ride (7)
Ordered pair of culottes (free) from Amalgamated Outlets. Well, perhaps these will go as part of an outfit. (9, 11)
Crazed orca swallows Tweety first, then goes on to get Bugs Bunny, perhaps (7)
Die as you see companion's head burn up during your meal (4,2,4,5)
Cast C. H. Hale as the Red Baron (uncredited) (4,2,3,10)
Tec sneakily runs around holding tape cartridge (8)
Mr. Grant eats like a pig — or a sharp-clawed New Guinean bird (9)
How to catch fish with a clicking instrument (8)
Castor oil eventually beginning to remove Spanish gold from old Spanish kingdom (7)
Actors' equity scale renders a man powerless to get a raise? (9)
Wild-cat's food allowance is being cut off, in a way (10)
A mountain lion in tree? Just the reverse! (7)
Hepcat playing about half of "Spacemen" — it doesn't go well (11)
Jazzman gets grass in China (6)
Carl, the ad is inappropriate for church (9)
Teach "Cooking with Hog Fat" around Notre Dame, perhaps (9)
After a time, that girl goes into movie with Russian woman (9)
Jazz musician playing three soprano instruments in hospital (9)
Tickle a poor feline (7)
California and Tennessee shortly confront first two appeals for temporary suspension of action (6)
Chased after Tweety at first, then put bits of Tweety in litterbox yesterday: it's how Sylvester rolls (7)
In the morning, a pair will go into prison with villainess (8)
In short, California — the University of California — has oriental people and white people (10)
Vacation resort has no buffalo tail? Then I will get some pasta (8)
Network on television and some radios (3)
Stop talking about ocean beach sites being redeveloped (5,3,6)
Rev. Spooner's experiencing emotion in front of the site of the Alamo — this helps him stay cool (7,3)
Rejoice as car (Beetle) crashes (9)
Star of Speed gets lead in Batman (9)
Basement is one hundred forty-five inches across, right? (6)
Drumroll echoing all around, enveloping the instrument (5)
Monument constructed where individual has fallen backwards into thorny patch (8)
Sad tune: "Breaking into Tears for Hundreds of Years" (9)
Cyanuret drunk when missing a period (7)
Food contains hearts of wombats and puree of brains (8)
Heartless hellcat wrecked a home (6)
John to deviate from going straight, taking heroin, marijuana (7,3)
Lizard starts to consume half a cantaloupe, getting a bit enthusiastic (9)
Charles the Lesser imprisons me in the Bastille with an antelope (7)
Newly-designed "Phonicam" is a real winner (8)
What a DeBakey patient might have just before, if not during, an operation (6,2,5)
Burn hydrogen in vehicle (4)
React surprisingly, having been put in Burns roles (10)
"Charm" is a different way of putting it! (8)
I move in on Burns' mother with that great personality (8)
Pursued, it is said, yet still pure and innocent (6)
Nice conversation. Nice refreshing drink. And a big house in the country is the setting for it all (7)
Revolutionary hero bearing 112.5º to get food (6)
Sexual Attraction in Hermits revised within 100 years (9)
Set child free to run around near Saint Louis (12)
Midwestern city was modern and stylish in the past (7)
Yellow bird (7)
Fashionable boyfriend of Barbie, a spy, makes a Mexican delicacy (7,4)
I would go back after X-large item from snack bar (5,3)
Onsets of coldness heralding diseases to follow! (6)
Greek character to catch bird in porcelain dish (5,4)
Perpetual-motion machine — nation's first — created by guys from Shanghai (8)
"Working?" "No, watchin' a movie." (9)
Wish Canton cooking and Cantonese culture could be found here in the Western world (10)
Drink for misbehaving cat: hemlock oil (9,4)
Comedienne, 8, from Spain traveling to Iran in a vehicle (4-4,5)
Pianist Cliburn's first to come aboard (6)
Chinese food in prepared pouches? Yes (4,4)
A disagreeable task: start to clean horse droppings (5)
Dog encountering mine blown to bits — it's served in Chinese restaurant (4,4)
Perhaps Pauline will get lost in this car (9)
"Church of Love"? No, no, it's not diatonic (9)
Colorful, stupid macho jerk swallows razor head (9)
Watch Speaker getting caught in hot-corner putout (11)
Herb cooked? Can't Lori? (8)
Came in rank 1, so with March almost complete in 1990, it won an Oscar (6,8)
As seen in film, trained mice can run around it backwards (9)
"I will eat shellfish? Just the opposite!" says lawsuit (5)
Without hesitation, shinny a thousand times to the top of Everest to get a seafood dinner (8)
One who tends to be quiet or make a racket (6)
CNN lede: "It's a shameful secret" (11)
Girl caught in prickly plants: not entirely a dignified thing to do (5,3)
It's in French, about a collie without a tail; and it's of the utmost sophistication (9)
At first, critics praised Kiss taking last bit of tune "The End of Humanity" from a famous composer (6,7)
Scout leader goes after neat rows — it's a virtue (11)
Comet free of dirt; almost completely dried up (8)
Obviously, corporal has no guts at 5 a.m. (7)
Actor with plea to be recast in The African Queen (9)
Celts veer out of control with most craft (9)
Overlook husband's first sign of madness — you have to wait and see what happens (11)
The most exciting part was where Mother was being held captive by 159 Romans (6)
In Il Cristo, playing part of Mary Magdalene with great sensitivity (8)
Like a story full of intrigue? . . . . "Folk dancer takes alias, has no problem maintaining focus on journey to the West" (5-3-6)
One hundred fifty-one — each an exact copy of the original (5)
Corrupt CEOs seizing last of capital makes you go out of business (5)
Secret about the Spanish alien (6)
Inappropriately, I chortle at the haberdasher (8)
Close-out: 62.5% off item, for every item at dress shop (8)
Cryptic clues sold in clear (9)
A flowering plant that grows in patches on one's lawn appears in some Gothic love romances (6)
Lonesome cowboy heads west on Orwell's horse (6)
Baseball player embraces L.A.'s leadoff batter (4)
Without the slightest idea of how to describe a virtually impossible crossword puzzle (8)
Use music, lest terrible coordination of the worst kind results (9)
What a nice young man should wear to dance at assembly, to capture admirer's heart (4,3,3)
Small-business supporter — one that could strike at any moment (but hasn't a leg to stand on) (5)
Carbonation occupies cans and cups of liquid, Atlantan in its origins! (4-4)
A bird on Mother's back? That's ridiculous! (10)
Chanel discussing film (6)
Poisonous gas that woman doctor gives orderly (8)
Penny? . . . Penny? . . . Penny? . . . After I get in, want to be friends together? (14)
Merry King Music Show has time for "The Beetles" (10)
King carries gun to school in New York (7)
Military trainees seizing musical instrument back from revenue agent (9)
Fresh, cool north wind may blow from here (5)
Klemperer's role spelled out here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wapiti (7,5)
Lower digestive tract to ail painfully — under influence of Danish, perhaps? (8)
Solid resin and Asian broth in large intestine leads to intrauterine mass (11)
Business lost money — foundering, it's abandoning Northeast, but it takes guts to move to a new location (9)
Perhaps general mayhem started with club I have, poised to do battle (9)
Rock group really not finished doing hairstyle (8)
Humorous shows' approach fizzles (8)
Buffalo Bill captivates me in Annie, Get Your Gun, e.g. (6)
Alluring heavenly body on that woman has a way of saying "hello!" (4-6)
Place to get some Chinese food take-out: hot, and not a bit of waiting time (4,2,6)
Accept the reality of a rare sight in the sky, or. . . pigs flying (4,2,5)
Coming around for a spot of tea? That's nice to know. (10)
It was torture sitting there as H. Fry, a comic, bombed (5,5)
Before 2000, 40% of colon doctors would make you put a solution here (8) (Hint: This clue was posted on facebook.)
Electronic device makes steady metallic sound (8)
Using machines to provide free access to female reproductive organs? Insult! (13)
Fool puts on embroidered lace mask (7)
Music heard a single time in an old computer display (7)
Decided to fool around, cuddle (9)
Realizing problem in concerto (10)
Golden beer flows around Notre Dame? That's for the birds! (7)
Person with stick makes condor catch cut flounders (9)
Train person to run after prisoner up in Washington (9)
Trusted companion Fido can reorder a set of books (9)
Cast-iron flagon destroyed in fires (14)
Criminal failing to trail informer with charges — with fiery consequences? (14)
The first three members of Congress formed the Union; it was disorganized (8)
Group of Latin dancers making a geometric figure with a girl in interior (5,4)
It's nice to cradle infant's bottom at birth (10)
A bunch of people playing gag on Eric. . . . . . not! (12)
Some of U.S. government censors moving to seize pornography, essentially (8)
Meet around 1, intersection of Spruce and Pine? (7)
Attention: Army food has kind of a kick (13)
Police officer in criminals' meeting place? (9)
For example, Captain America is one to hold back dismay (13)
Prisoner with sensitivity to touch (7)
Catching locust in Goa — unfortunately, one of legs is missing (10)
Kept using can opener on can — used to remove top from sardines (9)
Deal with charge for weight reduction? (11)
Unpleasantly tart: not suitable for Hi-C (9)
Penitentiary state prisoner playing introit (10)
Chef that is making ginger snap (6)
Officer Spock's internal structure reversed from normal (3)
Grab a beach house at resort hotel (10)
City's public invested in revolutionary change (10)
Claimed ownership of publishing business on a shiny metal desktop, taking possession of a small domestic magazine (11)
Heart and firm resolve to figure the solution out (4)
Pieces of fried bread for Spooner, a Star Trek actor and some old guys (4,7)
Feed crone nuts (including one from Brazil) and some meat (6,4)
"Heart of Italy" on a crown (6)
Noor goes into action, ordering changes made the moment she becomes queen (10)
Serviceman says leaders of Pacific Ocean Regiment got swallowed by a sea creature (8)
Filthy rich drop in — it's to eat fantastic fowl, back in Texas locale (6,7)
100 ocarinas playing in North Texas town (9)
"Cold, Poisonous Heart" in crazy arrangement (6)
Roy, agnostic, converted on account of partner (11)
Make up Camelot song, originally to go after "C'est moi!" medley (9)
Rib found by Ric next to a Central American site (5,4)
Outfit a Hebrew lyre all around with shiny stones (7,7)
Wild outcry about end of Revolution in France, perhaps (7)
Porter gets up at two (6)
Star Trek TV-theme composer is zero in dog years (7)
Curtsied awkwardly, embracing Oscar Robertson next to his place of business (9)
Fashions a piece of work out of cow uterus somehow (8)
Ranch hand says, "Go west, young man: not with a thousand dollars, but a hundred" (6)
Confederate hiding in Moscow or Kerch (8)
Creature developed from malformed oocyte (6)
One of children, getting naughty, put a metal pellet in soup (4,6)
Piece of cardboard bars wandering crustaceans (5)
Holiday garnish written off as "beer-can curry" (9,5)
Confident about class (5)
A fish-poop tart (7)
Had an accident — train car lost (7)
C-owardly c-rook (6)
Zac & Ray dancing in front of tavern — it's totally insane (5,2,1,4)
Bush arranged score to Heart of Jezebel (8)
Eisenhower ceremoniously turned to embrace sailors (4)
A yarn that sounds merciless (6)
Pacific Rim in a large segment of illegal activity (8)
Difficult situations making you loudly weep copious amounts of salt water (6)
Pass the chicken-heart-and-okra stew (5)
Spring flowers like this one sound as if they have a death wish (6)
Creamed corn that is sold 75% off to friends (7)
When Army and Navy battle, projectiles may be directed over this angry group of lawyers (8)
CD containing "Pitiful Sorrows" and "Kind of Puzzling" (9)
Blackbird: it's fit for a king, almost (4)
In automobile, what's behind front seats? A tool (7)
Counterrevolutionary leader has angry words with mobs (6)
Nuclear bombs ultimately included with UN shipment: that's unconstitutional (5,3,7,10)
Fresh carrots and apples have this vitamin, which leads to diarrhea when consuming most Asian food (11)
Gang of deviants cut Eric's internal organs out (7,9,7)
Weep last, but grievously, for precious stone (7)
Beautifully clear voice beginning to sing high pitch after pair of introits (11)
Novice is beginning to totally like some art (6)
College undergraduates starting on degree plan to bear children (4)
You dodo! Mixed-up, backwards, headless kook! Crazy! (6)
A gesture given by the conductor, perhaps to the woodwinds, which we hear 1 before R (3)
Look inside cutest drunk's skirt (8)
Dog DNA left by rock taken back to folk healer (9)
Folk healers' dog with god (10)
Arachnophobe's meal is cold — starts to understand ranges don't work: haven't electricity during a hurricane (5,3,4)
Everybody says it killed the cat. . . Dog at center of investigation, so is brought back; it will appear before jury, finally (9)
Present dog-leasing fee (7)
Mongrel dog, my companion, lost mid-October — ear not straight (11)
Injury is severe: both extremities lost (3)
Tainted candy — i.e., it's poisonous (7)
Where website is located, spy Rebecca being kinky (10)
200 divided by 1/2 of 0 plus number named for Planck, a European (5)

D
Fritz's best friend says Chad's placed out of Chemistry II and German (9)
Lady that's crazy will capture Connecticut shortly (I do like the sound of this clue) (8)
Inherited wealth found in ancestral capital? (6,5)
Had left in a dash (3)
It would take 24 hours to get in to an African country before 1975 (7)
Where to keep cows? Put one in junk yard (5)
Platform says yes to Soviet Left, yes to Generalísimo Franco (4)
Buddhist leader and Spanish lady embracing Miss Ali (5,4)
Tossed salad including topping of lite spicy ranch featured here (6)
Texas musicians' boy left girl my left fake breast, protected by plastic armor with center cut out (6,8,9)
Lady is made ill (4)
Dirk N., Heat in a musical number with Astaire and Charisse (7,2,3,4)
"Kind Heart," a musical number featuring Astaire and Charisse (7,2,3,4)
Musical number that featured Astaire and Charisse and Hirt naked (7,2,3,4)
Threat of harm from one who obeys Roger Miller? (6)
Brand of yogurt and whipped topping found around East End of London (6)
A European takes in the Big Apple with a girl actor-singer-comedian (5,4)
In front of ship, cavorting naked with roommate beginning when lights go out (8)
Holding tip of lighter, tortured Daddy Dearest: a villainous act (9,4)
(DOWN clue:) Numbers appear slightly uplifting (4)
Went out with Penny at the end of the day (5)
Doctor holds zero hope, ultimately, for girl (8)
Biblical hero was six in 500 A.D. (5)
Had left to make hay while the sun shines (3)
Made yard a disaster zone (8)
A yukata top comes in byzantine gold and fluorescent colors (6)
US law-enforcement agents to include spouse with convict in prison, perhaps (5-3,6)
Little girl scarfed down two sides of beef (6)
Run put away opposition in tenth (7)
A bit of dessert? How would a cream-filled pastry sound, say? (7)
Cleric to tell a joke loud and clear (9)
500 feet a-dancing to beat (6)
Divorced, free to go out? Don't do it right away (5)
(DOWN clue:) Gave food up, and reduced — entered virgin territory? (10)
Actress Susan ate liver from birth (8)
Sandwich shop really bringing food to customers (8)
The job of putting mail in boxes is for Ed, anyway — the stable type (8)
Party pooper takes it easy at first, gets a small cup of coffee (9)
The little devil mashed taters? Show me! (11)
Around my street, Revere, you have to provide an explanation (9)
Refusing to accept lead in play (6)
Said no? That's upsetting indeed (6)
Study currency of a European country (7)
It ends, strangely enough, with a "y," and is a quantity measured in (for example) grams per cubic centimeter or persons per square mile (7)
Alarmingly, alcohol tends to be found at college with D.D.S. program (6,6)
Classic-movie network mogul left to take in a picture show (6)
Newspaper reporters barge in on Deion to get lowdown (10)
According to rumor, Hannah beat up a bum (8)
Seat has given rider difficulty before (8)
The masculine German Republican stirring gin and tonic with panache (7-2)
Want to commit patricide? (6)
Drives Ed back to Father's (7)
Ed's odd, odd spear thrust into odd, odd outlaw (9)
He rides again to take nothing; to devastate everything (7)
It's routed differently! (6)
Vile demon in utero? Just the opposite: incipient Yeshua! It's in the Bible (11)
Leader of damned and evil! (5)
What you see if you have lived the wrong way! (5)
Seafood entree was sent back and bread-crumb topping replaced (7,4)
Ave, Eric, my lad: free and unconcerned (5-3-4)
What a doctor might do for diagonal nose: remove center portion (8)
Dina is coating slides — she's trying to identify cause of illness (13)
Nadia does somersault for princess (5)
A pride that is familiar to new parents (6,6)
Railing color a family picked out? (8)
500 ice cubes (4)
They show representations of the one-digit positive integers in base 7 and decimal? (4)
Detective Spooner's encounter with a prostitute, a woman named Doris, by the ocean (4,5)
Some predict raciness in spoken dialogue of Beatty film (4,5)
Check out color commentary (3)
Stop living with fat at last! (4)
Ed tries adjusting the light? (7)
I eat & do calculus (13)
Mathematical calculation leads you to find out about free-radical nitrogen and titanium in the vicinity of extraterrestrial moon (15)
If feuds become violent, perhaps release tear gas (7)
I. . . I will get you a flower (9)
Gets home (4)
501.50/liter for pickling spice (4)
I am beside myself: got into a large cup — that wasn't so bright (6)
Diet planner arranges its contents! (6,5)
A big old beast is around, wreaking havoc (8)
Flies in — pet ape captured in violent raid (7)
Princess is chosen to assume position of power; is not very happy about it (12)
Caesar returned "Miracle Mix": it says something like "Use at your own risk" (10)
Found out princess has insurance (10)
American goes after record in an Olympic event (6)
Talks about Olympic event with second-place gymnastics finishers (9)
It's covering up reality to say a bad grade is good, and an unsatisfactory grade is excellent (8)
Meal on East Street is not to be believed (9)
Poorly written, shrewish ad for kitchen appliance (10)
Pitiful — it's beginning to destroy Islam in strife (6)
Stupid drunk takes second in beauty contest (7)
Stupid blunders eventually lead to war (7)
The German takes second place in debate (7)
To spread last of seed, I mess around in a pair of tennies (11)
Princess, with a bit of success, works crossword puzzles — and is absorbed in the medium (9)
Princess's hair brings pain and sorrow (10)
The value of a "W" in the French edition of Scrabble, as it would be spelled in the part of France around Nice and Bordeaux — i.e., the South (5)
Genetic material whose molecular structure features twists and turns (3)
Chair (2)
Hair tonic (2)
Intern perhaps to perform an operation to get a little money (6)
"Reform? Count Me In!" — excited Ed.D. has written (10)
Richard, who played a gentleman clothed in spun gold, reads bad poetry (8)
Working good with heroin use in shelter (8)
Spanish couple seizing $1000, then coming back to betray accomplice to the police — that's really brilliant (3,4)
Senile old man endlessly describes grape leaves (5)
Put on a color-TV show (7)
Bond companies freely accepting a Catholic's plea for peace (4,5,5)
One who receives financial aid through "Education's First" (5)
Yoda's admonition to Luke: "Entrance professor with sea animal ingesting heroin, leading to terrible noise. Then go." (2,2,2,3,5,2,2,3)
It facilitates admission for dork that has no business getting in — zero (8)
She explores a Yankee who can hit back (4)
24 hours in the life of a dwarf singer-actress (5,3)
Rodman goes crazy, gets a "T" — currently suspended (7)
Dr. No remake with Star Trek: TNG actor (4)
Exotic odor leads your girl east — she is blown away (7,4)
File-backup software is so difficult to comprehend (7)
Dorothy takes blood to hospital to perform statistical analysis (2,3,4)
For Spooner was sparkling on one musical instrument (6,4)
Skepticism about the French ruffled vest (7)
They had reservations to fly — rode bus around airport terminal (8)
Do you approve of taking a bit of tequila? Certainly! (9)
Make grunt of disapproval when almond put on pastry (8)
Rev. Spooner's dog sick, getting worse (8)
File transfer makes Waldo nod off (8)
Goosefeather briefs: Australian apparel? (4,9)
Before end of universe, Kryptonian villain goes back to sleep (4)
Unrestrained candor, Mr. Fleming, is cruel (9)
A physician confronts a group of colleagues: a tense episode (5)
At last: Garland & Rooney premiere a bit of music and put on a show! (5)
Play "Flying into Madras" at 1 (13)
Heading from New York to Hollywood to make a picture (4)
A short drive West; reverse direction, approaching concealed site. It's most enchanting (9)
According to one of his songs, John Lennon takes a Rocket and a commercial airplane (10)
Actress made a picture with Roseanne long ago, which has taken in millions (4,9)
Down a bit of refreshing liquid! (5)
Cliff Clavin and Norm Peterson coming back to cover dialogue on soundtrack after diminutive physician in Martin Luther passes away (8,7)
Desegregation's beginning to come to Mississippi and Missouri's swinging clubs (7)
Physician had introduced fluid into lungs (7)
Lunatic beginning to meditate murder? You can tell him to beat it (7)
Noblewomen give necessary money to hold game (9)
Watch out, Donald! (4)
I heard channel. Did Bob? (6)
Write "a device for vertical transport" (10)
Sad: one grandson is poor after crap game (8,3,7)
Hoffman puts Burstyn's first letter in trash can (7)
DWARVES OF THE HOBBIT SERIES: (wordplay only)
       Called tennis shot good (5)
       Split in two, take one half (5)
       Buffalo skin and hair (5)
       Make aerial attack on ancient city (6)
       Boat in the sound (4)
       Wind shifting around western Los Angeles (6)
       Openly affectionate, but not touchy, I hear (4)
       Western: The Heart of Antonio L. Gomez (5)
       I followed, half-dead (4)
       Seaweed! (4)
       Small ocean home (3)
       Capital of Idaho is east of Oregon (3) (This is true, by the way.)
       I think he's alone, or possibly with one of dogs (6,11)
In first two Debussy pieces, rolling tympani not soft — it's explosive (8)

E
The ultimate important number in mathematics (1)
Nobleman's true seal will appear thus (7)
Rosemary Murphy Levy's husband talked back to internet site (4)
After letter E, double bass section leader makes a diminuendo? (4)
Movie rating that indicates there's a lot of sex shown to the audience (7)
Auto exec spilled seed on back — I'm laughing myself to death (5,4)
Reminded self: order part from automaker (5,4)
Auctioned off for the benefit of schools (9)
College students coming around to use the restroom (5)
Send two thousand dollars: Eric's heading west — this should take about three minutes (3,5)
Business that introduces people to ham on rye rolls (8)
A little more than 71 thousand dollars in the back (5)
Flower girl: ringbearer's daughter (6)
Joy of infected toenail (7)
Joy of unprotected sex? (7)
Senior reads articles in Spanish and German (5)
Almost vote Perry into office? Shocking! (8)
Doctor cures octet that ate the french fries (12)
Shocking speech about heartless comment in hospital ward (13)
Miss Ameling takes in order, eastern middle-grade wild cilantro, by E-mail (14)
What nobody is mentioning is Doctor Lee and Mr. Walker embracing on their potty (8,2,3,4)
Cambridge coed with query: Rent a small space to a detective? (6,5)
I sell bananas; I sold limes at first also where American immigrants gathered (5,6)
Ailing lemur fed bit of dinner; he tries to kill a rabbit (5,4)
Help a sojourner to get around city (2,4)
"West Texas Folks" by Emerson, Lake & Palmer (first in a series of about nine songs) (2,7)
Middle section of Handel Rondinos showing a fantastic character (6)
African movie star, 55, on winding road in the country (2,8)
The King lives in disguise, anonymous, finally getting admitted into Pre-Law in Buenos Aires (5,7)
Take me back to space (2)
Important to get a doctor after mine disaster (7)
Return to me, sweetheart, and express your feelings (5)
This bird can't fly: it's stuck in the mud (3)
Try to be like a bird that can't fly after 10 p.m. (7)
"La Echidna" cooked up this delicacy (9)
Crumbled a lichen onto the German-Mexican food (10)
Ha! Iceland's awful Mexican food (10)
Latin-American in origin, found in haciendas, cooked! (10)
Trying to cheer up sergeant captured in back street of Paris getting old (11)
Football player got mad, smashed head to freaking pieces — there aren't many like that left (10,7)
Doctor Don, the feline, is terminal (3,2,3,4)
Football player goes to hospital unit with broken hip — head nurse gives something to dull pain (9)
Doctor never had a meal lacking vitality (8)
Produced from desperate need to have sex (10)
Gamine's favorite classical piece (6,10)
/ Imagine, in a vast OR, doing operations to great music — (6,10)
| a classical work: an arrangement of "Mr. T Can Dance!" (pop music) (4,3,12) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "P"]
\ Composer warded off large bats (6,5) [Out of alphabetical position, but solution does begin with "E"]
Person turns around, and . . . oh — that's disgusting! I've had it! (6)
Oddly, Ranger opposed Silver, the Talking Horse and got mad (7)
Require English-Latin translation (6)
Sustain me with an injection of heroin, evil spirit (10)
Tempted in Eden, violated foremost of the inviolable commandments (7)
Doctor has a drink with twist (7)
Activist quit Yale to get unbiased treatment (8)
This is that antique, manufactured around mid-1800s (8)
Time in history for a gender-equality amendment (3)
Vanished in churning Red Sea (6)
Therefore, Gore lost (4)
Instrument concealed by deer hunters (4)
This guy not currently doing anything, but he was in a TV series in the 1960s and '70s (4,4)
Ice storm? I will go out to get pornography (9)
Bogus "seers" admitting, at last, in letters: they're fakes (8)
French delicacy — it's shipped within short time along the East Coast (8)
Date of Eric's first and second court hearing (6)
Before crossing street, one of lowlifes lit into a Mexican starlet? (10)
Traveling east with some Greek characters (4)
Ultimately pledge Mu Phi Nu, struggling to hold on to end of buffalo horn (9)
Said, "You fake!" with a lovely sound (7)
Wind instrument, in midst of downward run, missing first "D" — otherwise very fine (10)
Spooner's keen sense of hearing comes from moonshine (9)
The end of time: particularly cataclysmic night for the universe (10)
The entire collection, for example, includes Twiggy? (10)
I'd enclosed three letters written in second person as documentation (8)
At last — alone with Elizabeth the Sheep (3)
Ingredient in stew, electively! (3)
Pitcher leads in errors, wins, and earned runs (4)
Test, architecture final, at 10 in the morning (4)
Did well to produce sperm after initial impotence (8)
Dropping former spouse and last lover into some concrete (9)
Former physician takes you in as several people leave (6)
Italian flees from romance after turning sixteen — that's life! (9)
A construction worker who goes out of his way to be exceedingly expensive? (10)
Once pot deal gets involved with Bolivian leader, it can spread (10)
Find out more about former pro "El Cuckoo" (7)
First wife modeled nude (7)
Former job was fair (10)
O, pure sex is improper — sometimes it's indecent (8)
Ford. . . It won't stop — I tend to get frantic, start to shout out (2-9)
Former wife receives required payment, less 50 — does give thanks and praise (5)
I read that in a doctor's office, the care deteriorated around the end of January (3,5)
Yes! Heal crippled body part! (7)
Make up an answer to this: "What did we hear the private investigator say when asked, ‘What do you do when instructed to stay close to a suspect?'?" (3,6)

F
Failing to find a bit of food (1)
Lovely beginning of folk song (4)
People with "Wings" presenting a bit of folk song that is by Seeger originally (7)
Among films, the first six are all about women (4,3)
Female, undressed with top off, just went through the motions (5)
A woman gets eggs here to make a pie but falls on ground (9,5)
Play out A-flats very loudly (8)
Female couple from Amarillo beginning to enjoy a Broadway musical (4)
Ugandan dictator held in iron grip by starving multitudes (6)
Desperate to satisfy a bodily urge, naughty Hef gets married one second after beginning of adulthood, then divorced (8)
Extremely hungry, ate something with plain liver in it? (8)
Great — attic fan's broken (9)
Raffle off noodle granules (6)
Hard to believe noodle grains almost ruined the CD (3-7)
Without hesitation, Frasier translated into Persian (5)
Decline to dine out with Morpheus? (4,6)
Ballast shifted after freighter started to pitch (8)
Would it kill you to rent a flat? (5)
With a swollen belly apparent, that woman will be a parent (6)
Relative makes a mistake to assume shaving preparation is unlimited (6-2-3)
That woman's behind: pure blubber, sires! (7)
Market purchase: a little butter and fruit for Rev. Spooner (3,3)
/Put on Gold Cross after one of Frenchmen. . . (4)
\. . . attacked half of submarines from behind, then he died (8) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "a"]
Fat girl putting on weight, then getting empty, becoming a small person (13)
Dined with the queen: server is flying in beer from the capital of the United States? (7,7)
I am embraced by government operator; then I will be embraced by Victor, embraced by girl, then a goblin, then a poet (8,6,5)
Chap had a spill — ouch! (6)
Had sense of being left out (4)
Lady, what we have here is failure to communicate via an electronic device in the ear (6)
Assessment of pitcher: inside fastball extremely wild (5)
Ex-baseball player from Cuba flied out to catcher, a baseball player from Texas (5,6)
A steak for poet; part of a fish with open mouth for Rev. Spooner (5,6)
Five dollars for half a breakfast roll? (3)
At last, fish part with friend (7)
Discovers fish part outside of Dallas (5)
Rachmaninoff, in Germany, comes across something he can use in his concerts (6)
Bounded in, wearing size-eighteen top (6)
Tannenbaum and Doctor Diller showing extreme warmup exercise? (4,5)
A man involved in many heated battles, Kinky Friedman, lost Democratic primary (7)
Overheard: one of Robin Hood's men taking Robin's head from one place to another in emergency vehicle (4,5)
In middle of hayfield, Union Army General Hooker? (9)
Perhaps a little salmon tangled itself around tip of hook (7)
Two pound fish stuffed with a bit of tangy fruit on center of platter (9)
Fire sergeant for dancing (8)
A bird that's pink ablaze with a bit of orange (8)
Trenchcoat-wearing pervert has one that's more spectacular (8)
Stef finally hooks up with Edward. . . not looking like anything's developing (4-7)
Beginning of "Fame" by Lady Gaga is not perfect (6)
Denizen of North Pole heading west, heading east to get away (4)
Having run away, elf comes back to Pole finally (4)
Chuck holding Peg back for a moment (8)
He films sad old Dutch people (7)
Shelf made from scratch (5,5)
Around the end of June, dog, "Buddy," bearing a pair of twins, turned around and ran away (4,3,4)
Comedian to overturn decision in 1912 election (4,6)
Comic somersault in slow motion (4,6)
Dad cutting out two articles about bathroom tiles, perhaps (5)
An "A" in calligraphy from Southeastern State? (7)
The Sunshine State has you flying in to get water treatment (12)
Fluid pee contains oxygen, a chemical element (8)
Rampal played this transposing medieval string instrument? (5)
I can listen to these things no longer. . . . In short, goodbye! (2,6)
It's a horse of a different color, essentially (4)
Return of a Dictator: blues musician Clarence Brown captures the essence of smoothness, displaying unbridled emotion (7,2,3,5)
In the midst of date, Gail, offended, turns back and leaves (7)
/Crazy ol' wolf-dog. . . (6)
\. . . bit a cat (4) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "a"]
Pay Bill to decapitate 512 finches (4)
Large rectangle in back of ballot showing wrong group of candidates (8,5)
/Went to seek food for old. . . (7)
\. . . stray cat, but I gave up trying to catch fish (3,4) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "c"]
An obstetrician may use this power, I might add (7)
/Tiger's Cry sounds like Quartet. . . (4)
\. . . for the End of Time, to be totally upfront (4)
"Watch out along fairway, fringe, rough," says member of fivesome at Palm Corner (10)
In my view, Chinese finger puzzle is getting old (7)
One leaves municipal building with trucks carrying last of palmetto trees (11)
Woods to take time in New York (six months) to start series (7)
Iron clothes, or woman, a nurse wearing glowering face, will give you notice of dire circumstances to come (11)
F-word on cover of Rock: An Introduction (8)
Fluorine or iron? It is quite straightforward. Give up? (7)
Permanently swear off a lot of drugs (3,4)
For a healthy heart, taking a bit of medicine in the proper way (6)
Proper designation on seasickness bag? (6)
Endless queue to get a preservative (8)
Immediately after Jack Benny's last birthday, dental insurance's starting to replace charges (Article 6) (9)
How a pregnant woman eats, they say, is to stuff midsection silly at random (10)
"Pot of Gold" out of tune around letter "R" (7)
Major funds to small business getting approval — that is sweet! (7,6)
Like Caesar's tea? Heartbroken when leading exchange agents are out? You can find it in Texas! (4,5)
Play less than a minute next to Sequoia Center in Seattle (5-6,6)
Stinky Worf goes off for a nap (5,5)
Asimov Institution discovered a hybrid wildcat with no heart (10)
Located a shirt — I put on clothing backwards; guys put on shirt and girdle (10,7)
Return of "Fritz's and Elizabeth's" fails (8)
(4)
It sounded like the golfer said it before he teed off, then he wrote it on his scorecard after he birdied the par-5 hole (4)
As indicated on facebook, I would work for this amount and nothing less (enumeration withheld)
Enuretic starts to get into new rustproof bed (4-6)
"With any order, oh, are you fast!" — restaurant's first indication of high critical recognition (4-4)
Sexy lady from west-central Texas (3)
Savor some jazz in the country (9)
Old German servant of guy from Berlin? (5,6)
TV psychiatrist left online drug agent a note: "Essentially, hallucinogens lead subject to bark like a dog" (7,5)
In Berlin, Mrs. Dupont starting illicit business (5)
Spooner's fashionable '70s haircut in exhibition of odd-looking people (5,4)
Astaire & I do a dance in Piano Man (8,6)
Fight RAF? LOL! (4-3-3)
Nice people stuffing orange concoction with salad greens (6,8)
Spooner would say to add lots of liquid before enthusiastically eating condiment with salad (6,8)
Violent agitation resulting from comrades speaking at club (6)
Scandalous perfidies: Bubba's favorite fare (5,4)
Cooked in boiling oil with dough: what an ugly mug could do to Rev. Spooner, an 18th-century German poet (9,9)
Backs out of front door / With sacks filled with liquor; / He tracks his way to Mordor, / Where the cracks of Doom flicker (5,7)
Ford on Rt. O crashes into entrance to building (5,4)
Really cool short, frizzy hairstyle on Buddhist, perhaps (6)
Photographic setting in unusual spot east of Florida's capital (1-4)
Found lost ring — that's money in the bank! (4)
Undertaking project to have a good time with Earl Wild (7)
Fleas run rampant at some outdoor events (8)
Mushrooms are enjoyable, soldier (5)
Play golf, run 220 yards (7)
Hair on relative's boil (8)

G
$1000 for surgery? Sure—take it out. Don't bother with X-rays, even. (1)
Song about large boobies (8,4)
A pint and three doubles gets Al Long drunk (6)
Listing all operas in which the running of horses is found (6)
So, to be contrary, he wears women's boots (8)
Sam Gamgee's arranged to get two copies of a magazine for us (5)
Offensive lineman, shortly after football match, has egg, perhaps (6)
Fascinating feature on Betty Grable found in Western Lifestyles magazine (4)
Fantasy fan glad Tolkien created this character (7)
Meg & Alfredo taking in a grey-and-white cat (7)
Some geese foul gardens (7)
Structure shading some Indian chiefs (7)
Assembled troublemakers cracked an egg on diplomat's head (6)
Grand piano has a crack (3)
According to Spooner, Rockets guard proceeds to use lawn-care item (6,4)
Mischievous cat broke fragile piece of dishware (8)
Fantastic carved figure announced in speech: "Head of fish, tail of young woman from Joisey" (9)
Strange, strange red gems (7)
Long-winded speaker uses fish joke from Rev. Spooner (6)
After midnight, a minor mystery (8)
Camouflage is hardly hiding Japanese (6)
Pureed most of tangelo to get 1 serving jello (7)
Gloat wickedly, eating East Italian dessert (6)
Maker of meals superior to Colonel Sanders? (7,5) [at least two possible answers]
Stealing variety of different items for boys and girls (8)
I will be in a class with Einstein (6)
Rocker(?) giving $1000 to crooked stoolie to get a bit of grass (9)
Diamond houses run by one European (6)
Rev. Spooner's commander in the Union Army to endanger a dog (6,8)
Marge travels to New York from the country (7)
Bacterium in brewed tea to start growing (9)
Could make her swing! (8)
General Electric "Channel for People": it runs for about 38 weeks (9)
Obtain a divorce in Israel (3)
Difficult to get heroin in minority area (6)
Ahead of time, leading gynecologist and midwife will be present (4)
A musical whirligig? (4)
A sweet, glamourous castaway's siesta (6,4)
Doctor visiting GI with oral inflammation (10)
In Avignon, I become ill in an Italianate John? (8)
Undergarment revealed by girl Ed fooled around with (6)
Girls' lacy tops behind window (5)
Material from mass shows oral, GI malignancy (6)
Hymn of Praise: final performance, save one, of actress (6,7)
Ailing, eating Tums, miss luxuries left behind? (7,7,8)
Organic compound, when structure rearranged, becomes "clingy-er" (8)
About 29% of golfers make green (2)
Travel to Inner Mongolia (2)
Billy, try on a shirt (4)
Try a piece of tasty cabrito (4)
Almost all the way to goal, turn aside, reverse direction, and leave (2,4)
Dog returns to master (3)
Leaves $10000 to her middle son (4)
Charge fort, capture leader of insurrection. Just do it! (2,3,2)
Doctor Who leading actress (6,4)
"Le Frog": foreign athlete (6)
Merchandise is found in the middle of store, surrounded by wild dogs (5)
Company that makes tires from slimy gel, coloring, and tar (with lead removed) (8)
Take companion out to restaurant — perhaps a prairie oyster with an egg in it had for dinner (2,2,1,4)
Funky groove, baby! Rake dished bad! Get wicked! (2,4,2,3,4,4)
What might one do for comfort? Republicans will take the Bible, thank you! (2,5)
Intractable entanglement destroyed GDR nation, OK? (7,4)
Stuff yourself like a pig! . . . President Washington hasn't a bit of etiquette (5)
Fact from the Bible: the Lord unendingly wrote letters to an Old Testament woman (6,5)
Rumor of policeman coming back around to call for help desperately (6)
God — almost 225º! I'm setting out in MG to frolic in the surf (2,8)
Proceed scandalously: opt to have less on! (2,7)
Turn in New Gospel to where the first letter to Ephesians is penned (2,2,5)
In midst of anagram game, lost tooth, shirt, hair in fight (2,2,3,10)
In 1939, black movie star wears a fancy dress to do Manhattan (2,2,4)
Burns coworker with 1 gal. cleaner fluid (6,5)
What musician got one of goons to break my arm? (6)
Garnet mixed with iodine and another mineral (7)
Fruit growers' leader linked to crime (5)
Plotted mathematical function of what was described as illicit political practices (7)
Fat French person who buys a cocktail (11)
Expressing thanks for load of wood in fireplace? (8)
Pebbles: first piece in genre by French impressionist (6)
Fruit & cereal for Spooner's dog (5,4)
Spooner's serving cereals in mid-America (5,6)
Some Europeans would give thousands of dollars to contain smell (6)
Rev. Spooner's grassland dog (9)
Funny Girl is showing next to Latin restaurant (5)
Sandwich girl prepared came in first in competition — announcing this makes you smile (7,6)
In Mexico, a disparaging term for an American-German-English musician (6)
Searching desperately, we hear, to get bigger version of Pong? (7)
Legions of rock fans — Euro Beat has number in thousands (8)
Gutless gangster — more than a thousand in the U.S. (6)
Body of water between Texas and Florida, occupied by foreign division of former American oil company? (4,2,6)
A couple of guys record "Drink with Gusto" (4)
Candy Spooner's tushy tumor (7)
Gnu ill from heat? (3)
Some unappealing unknown unspecified unpleasantly unctuous substance (4)
Those who love to shoot gnu (3,4)
"All Shook Up" sung by Winchester, Smith & Wesson (4)
Abused gnus stay with one who raises Colts? (10)
Got dressed up fancy for dancing, I'd guess (7)
Painter has two in Guggenheim: Returning Beverage Containers, Beating Heart (6,5)
Bold dream of physicists? To amass money, ultimately (5)
Old lady's sung, danced in Detroit, Adelaide, etc. (4,3,5)

H
Austrian Emperor Heinrich the First born in a small town (8)
Beat-up shade looks like hell (5)
Possessed by evil spirits originating in hell (5)
Ham radio's broadcast doesn't use AM waves, Bob (7)
That guy swallowed a ridiculous fable from Eric (4-1-3)
With little effort, the guy is captured by an antagonistic computer and gassed? (4-7)
/Fish Hil prepared gets top mark, but. . . (7)
\. . . she doesn't hit a high note with "fresh rat colon stuffed with heart of vulture" (9) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "c"]
Some fish, Al? I buttered the fish. (7)
Athlete's dream: he straddles wild llama, takes off (4,2,4)
Let first of eggs get trapped inside hen — to treat is one option at this time (9)
Vision of a large room — a hospital room — in backwards country (13)
Computer adding five-eighths of seventeen thousand divided by two (6)
Shakespeare production in small town (6)
Rev. Spooner's "Aries" sandwich? (3,2,3)
Instrument's selection from Bach & Bellini (8)
Composer, taking heroin with ecstasy, beginning to lapse (6)
Implementing amendment allowing for decapitation, death on gallows (7)
He made 755 round trips to Ankara, unbelievably, in embrace of little sweetie (4,5)
Solo by Harland incorporating religious theme at the end by Norway's top writer (4,9,8)
Sad epitaphs. As sad as can be? Quite the contrary! (8)
No harm to order, finish off a beer when listening to speech by Hall of Fame slugger (6,9)
Hot soprano arrangement of "Whale Killers" (8)
They make the most beautiful music in Western Hemisphere (including Arkansas) (5)
Instrument (foremost in seventeenth-century interpretations) adds harmony! (11)
Appearance of 17th-century British monarch preceded by short sound of herald trumpet player (5,5)
Rabbit that captures heart in movie? Yes! (6)
/Doctor Ben Shea washed up, . . . (3-4)
|. . . operated on elbow, intestine, . . . (5) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "b"]
\. . . mouth, back, and foot (3) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "p"]
Destination in the Pacific: turn left, heading 111 (6)
Star Wars actor's taking two years to embrace the French actress (6,5)
Improperly adheres to top of restraining device (8)
Hot jewelry — one of robbers taken away to trial (7)
Know by listening, know by looking: with foot amputated, person in this car is dead (6)
Ha! Cheater suffering emotional distress (9)
Edward G. Robinson type gave overdone portrayal (5-6)
Bad guy and faithful companion, two characters from Tishomingo, up to no-good, naughty behavior (5,7)
Coloratura's note heard in Swiss Miss (5)
Rank eighth in tallness (6)
That man is standing in front of icehouse with no restroom, then getting drunk to make matters more extreme (8)
To get more chicken, take a number (8)
Athlete's trophy has his name misspelled (7)
She is taking part in robbery (5)
The Middle East is starting to tolerate crime (5)
Policeman in unit following that man in an aircraft (10)
I will go into hotel in disguise and cable a flower (10)
A greeting? Heck, no! (5)
That fellow and I slink off to catch fish after fish in part of city (8,7)
Physician working at home — journal is in German (12)
Horrid home renovation is a real pain in the rear (10)
Comedian says, "Like chicken, boy?" (5,8)
A unit of electrical inductance named by a professor of physics, taking a bit of its name from a professor of phonetics (5,7)
Talked about that female body part: a hole in the abdomen where an organ goes (6)
That woman's claiming gym class gives you an STD (6)
That girl band, "The Fish" (7)
German fellow to sing out of tune for fish (8)
There's another way to use Mother-of-Pearl (6)
Henry repents sinning with Hawthorne adulteress (6,6)
She got a letter from Penny Wilder around the end of September after she spun, smashed tree, losing end of toe (6,6)
Typically for a guy who wants a girl, a spell you put on friend to get her top removed during Midler film (14)
The lyin' in winter?! (11)
In Western Hemisphere, 100 in intensive care with spasms (7)
Movie featuring Gary Cooper tripping out on drugs, running back and forth (4,4)
That man's hoarding crude UAR oil — it's really funny (9)
Happy to part with $100 to be more cool (6)
Doc follows this animal, gets cold, puts on one jacket, gets hot, catches animal (11,4)
Large animal in trendy little government building repeatedly bit tail to make people laugh endlessly (12)
Killer hired to decapitate poet (6)
In Las Vegas, it's often said I'm THE comic (3,2)
At first hearing, I readapt with difficulty to most popular songs (3,6)
To the audience, American songwriter is a hero (6)
One bears a ring that's used to catch a fish and a bunny and cut a vegetable? (6)
Walk to island in embrace of sexy little guy (6)
American '60s-'70s TV series, Pig 'n' Seahorse: it's funny! (6,6)
The song on "E!": loud gibberish, to say the least (4,4,6)
Working the soil: most spiritual (7)
"Cleaver Found on Gangster" — William Spooner reporting from northwest Los Angeles (9)
Guntoter shot, reshot around central Calif. (7)
Spooner's a guy who plays football in front of thousands of people with great spirit (4,5)
Well-known Hawaiian lady's first — and last — date in the Vatican (4,3)
Oh! The Orangemen arranged a cowboy song (4,2,3,5)
Ruth hit these little monsters on TV, Dad (5,7)
Develop your top, Sweetheart (5)
Fred Astaire's one bust of Homer is missing a piece of marble (6)
Hans rode an old vehicle (5,3,5)
Spooner's ma goes to a 1988 high-school drama film starring the Marx Brothers (5,8)
Pegasus does this to big insect pests (10)
Shame on jockeys, hemming in rookie jockey (8)
Socks teacher endlessly around middle of arm — that's good thinking (5,5)
Prostitute from Italy embraces darn jockey (10)
Where people are sick and dying, I will be surrounded by pathos, suffering, and, ultimately, denial (8)
Working the soil is unpleasant (7)
Having a party in one's home — it's a ploy to arrest prostitutes? (7)
Doughnut feeds a vagrant for dessert (3,5,6)
Sexy nylons binding up a variety of tomato plants (8)
Spooner's drunk on Cartwright salsa (3,5)
Popular dog's name in Iraq, perhaps? (3,4)
Hate to waste a perfectly good drink (3,3)
Hitter, 0 for 1, needed to get more warmed up (6)
Tame or Wild? The O taking America by storm (10)
Shouts at ex on broadcast from a major city (7,5)
Wrecked Chevrolet not allowed on boat (a hybrid vehicle) (10)
Why do bats greet others this way? (5)
Even so, stay around our group (7)
Hot, Maniacal Rage: two thousand-dollar painting obtained for a song (3,5,4,3)
Producer of blockbusters: The Wiz or Rent (8)
According to cynic, Che wearing a T in Morse's vehicle (3,2,7,2,8,7,6,6)
Person getting buzz, going on to an inebriated binge (5,5)
Kindly produce a musical tone (6)
Desire to be more well-endowed? (6)
Bush DNA traveling from George W. Bush to Laura Bush (7)
Little Hyman and Nina playing touch football, perhaps where Jack and Bobby and Ted played touch football (7,4)
Hot dog 'n' rye rolls will give you gas (8)
A great Greek to promote some crime stories from the East (8)

I
One that is in the midst of investigation (1)
It's what a ballpoint writing tool might say: / "Then treat me badly: write this clue this way!" (6,10)
The last thing a LotR antagonist heard before he died in an ammo burst (1,2,2,3)
I may mix it up: a little bit of the Lord's Prayer, to Revelation, to Luke (1,2,4,6)
That is about in the middle of a cube (3)
Where there's a cold front, that is around! (3)
One that catches cold in "New Bexico"? (6)
As announced, Baroque composer's appearing in Bill Cosby show, bringing a tasty dessert (6,3)
Eric came, ordered dessert (3,5)
In some panic, I cleared the path of freezing water (6)
Here in France, the second half of song is the sweetest part (5)
I transformed a lucid American into a Roman emperor (with his own TV series) (1,8)
A number in worship said, "Make things perfect." (8)
Thought I would have dinner with Edward (7)
They made their debut together in Rocky C. Daniels: Nitwit (9,5)
I had been setting the pace, but stopped running (5)
Dumb Dodo II: a Broadway hit (1,2,1,2)
Motto of bachelor (for the time being) and worshiper (8)
No church in Chicago for hero worship (8)
Prostitute's description of her job: be topless on top of Cretan king (8)
Define silly, needless hypothetical condition (2)
Knight's confession: "I burn one group of trees (yew), utterly consuming almost all foliage" (2,4,1,5,5,3)
Song I can embrace: "You and I, Linda," performed by Mike Myers (2,1,4,1,4,3)
"We'll take your key." "No, I sing it off-key." (9)
Goin' in my potty — it's total humiliation (8)
Ditzy signora gets letter from Greek imbecile (9)
Uneducated person, or amusing eccentric? (9)
Quote from a great speech — one that's funny, then reveals heart — on 500,500 sheets of paper (1,4,1,5)
I will consider going topless to show things clearly (10)
Tendency to stagger, as leg has top cut off by a spear (9)
I'm being followed by radio and newspapers, and to some extent by television right now (9)
Elphaba got some water and said this: "Mingle, Tim! Mingle!"(2,7)
Blimp Eisenhower partially built by Asian-American architect (1,1,3)
Fiend with a sharp epee beginning to encroach (7)
Beg for naughty fairy tales? (7)
S.O.B. implies reconstruction not an option (10)
Rebind Running Around Like a Bunch of Hillbillies (6)
Burning brightly after beginning to ignite, canned nuts smell (12)
Crippled South American Indian walked around Tita ruins (13)
Confined for a long stretch in vehicle? Embroider, read, etc. (12)
Din disturbed VanderSchee and Hemmady, for example (6)
U.S. state where Harry spent most of 1984 (7)
Go from subcontinent to an Italian city to be naughty with a princess from a U.S. city (12,7)
Admitted improper fraction causes heart attack (10)
In ER, I felt in agony unable to bear (9)
Penetrate security and relift a tin sculpture (10)
Tell Mr. Capone it's casual (8)
Publicly serving gall (2,5,2,3,3,9)
Eat noisily for comic effect (6)
Convict appears at chic get-together (6)
Chastity? No way, I say! (9)
New design in Chevrolet model. Stunned? Not I! (10)
You'll really have a stitch at this with-it joint (6)
Detailed picture with head of click beetle (6)
Hateful derision with no love for privileged one (7)
Exhibiting boldness, shot ten lions (8)
Detective called out ghost at hotel (9)
Horse around its gate in start (9)
Device VIP socialites used with band member (15)
Guitar and banjo depiction: sweep hand across strings in middle of tennis racket? (11)
Indian halfway houses let us get treatment when hurt (8)
Virgin cattin' around (6)
Virgin engaged in self-restraint, actually (6)
Tie Princeton, perhaps with good defensive play (12)
Action between scenes is badly underlit, especially at first (9)
A Latino is ordered to follow a young doctor all over the world (13)
Describes travel from Earth to Mars using, incredibly, plane, train, and — shortly — East Texas Railway (14)
Working with Hopper on film? (2,3,3)
A couple from Athens are inside rhythmically making love (8)
I timed Tina, but not in order to cause a feeling of inadequacy (10)
With a suggestion of visiting home at 6, getting excited (10)
Bill is capable of singing well (7)
I like something very tart — an Apple, perhaps (6)
Musical instrument, used in hip-hop primarily, put on rap arrangement after "The Color of Your Eyes" (5,4)
Manish traveling around small, small New England state with a European (8)
/Half-life of an element. . . (4)
\. . . equals ~2.778x10^-4 h (2)[Out of alphabetical position, but solution does begin with "i"]
Sick, tired running around Latvian city — brought water (9)
Former cowboys place vigilante's head in maddening hold (6)
Butler is a character in his Tale of Two Cities (6,6)
Embodies the essence of antidisestablishmentarianism (2)
Egyptian goddess lives twice (4)
Olajuwon's declaration of his faith? (5)
ISLAND SERIES: (wordplay only; solutions are not in alphabetical order)
       Greetings, Dad! I got into the Crescent City, . . (10)
       . . . and, after somehow losing a piece of luggage, . . . (4,6)
       . . . a guy, . . . (3)
       . . . a fellow that crashed into a pole, . . . (9)
       . . . starts to scream "Rape!" in Latin! . . . Anyway, numerous kisses, and. . . (3,5)
       . . . I am hugging you back. (4)
/ Hockey team, when leader is ejected, casts false aspersions (9) . . .
\ . . . Crosstown team rivals' leader gets furious (7) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "r"]
Song by Rodgers & Hart is smash: "AT&T" (it's in C minor) (4,2,8)
Lois, date going off to be alone (8)
A European monkey with a tail is captivated by one baboon's rear end (7)

J
Comedian shows rear (ass) to Rev. Spooner (4,5)
He won a Nobel Prize for inventing a device that can help you lift 1000 pounds — yes, without straining heart (4,5)
Athlete in Germany agreed to contract to start on New York basketball team, guarding Los Angeles Sequoia center (4,8)
Agreed to a Hamburger, Coke with kumquat on top, and skinless seabird with sliced pumpkin (4-1-7)
Rough-edged, impure jade. Around two thousand dollars (6)
‘60s blues/rock singer has first date with southern ragtime composer (5,6)
Custodian gets into scuffle, goes into shock (7)
Fragrant shrub gets, first, Fritz's approval, then second, my own (7)
Comic almost all of LA enjoys! (3,4)
In Germany, "Yes" jammed together with that little ol' band from Texas, "Topless," making some cool riffs (4)
Composer's Tattered Blue Jeans is capturing the essence of wit (4,8)
Mr. Clampett, one of the saviors of the universe (4)
Dotty Joseph gets in a chapeau and a jumper (10)
Jo, he's fouled on a really excellent jumper (10)
Wealthy ones starting to wear pants made by some Canaanites (10)
Semitic woman is after the cable guy, according to William Spooner, a comedian (5,5)
Embraced by German wife, he succeeds at being an actor (5,7)
He gave blood to save lives of justices; Rhs different (5,6)
To eject materials from ship, Elroy keeps it in reverse (8)
Jack's girlfriend — one with a passion to become an actress (4,5-4)
A man in black is capturing politician and burning down house of actor (3,7)
Little woman, say a prayer for the unemployed (7)
Comedian can fiddle blues half-stoned (4,7)
He wrote The World According to Garp and The Baptist Virgin Dances (4,6)
Erstwhile talk-show host's W. C. Gotham auto is running (6,6)
Western legend can diminish, it's said (4,5)
Coffee containing potassium makes you gag (4)
A star in the East, leading Wizards forward to a place near Bethlehem (6)
Rodgers & Hammerstein character Maria finally is going to mass to get religion (7)
Where you might come across a bit of jasmine oil (8)
Where out-of-service Chinese boats go? (8)
Mrs. O'Connor's only jewels (7)
Miss LaVerne voices this demand to merchant who charged the wrong amount: "Take 1,500 off the top" (4,2,4)

K
Big Joey's rook moves to capture a knight: game half-over (8)
Philosophical one lays down king and ace before bid in bridge game (4)
Greek activity including 5% grain-alcohol-brewskis! (6)
Instrumental selection from "Dark Eyes" (3)
Most important piece of wood for piano (8)
Rev. Spooner's cotton comes from Florida island (3,5)
Eye milk shake with fruit (3,4)
Take care of 1000 sick people (4)
Having a certain amount of power, what environmentalist Italian-Americans might have said they wanted to do to the U.S. Secretary of the Interior in the early '80s (8)
Actress gets eggs and a bit of ketchup on tailored mink (3,5)
Some songs in German related to the German baby: a couple of Englishmen make up a story the German follows (17)
Cast OK in Godfather, a Roger Miller production (4,2,3,4)
Write out, "Hi, Kansas City!" (8)
Fate of Mike's tailored shirt (6)
Injured skier's face (6)
Björk is singing a selection (actually, lip-synching?) (7)
A musical mask — seek it out! (4,2,4)
Barbie's boyfriend has desire to get down! (This item is traditionally omitted.) (7,4)
Folk I thoroughly embrace! (4)
Inept king falls before jump in skating club (6)
Possible condition of waders in middle of lakes next to north-west-flowing river in South Carolina (4-4)
Blade in Heart of Darkness decapitated wife (5)
Spooner's evening of flute music and violent combat (5,5)
Cooked 1/2 Peking duck on Eating for Two (7,2)
Onetime Steelers coach goes after king of hill (5)
One of kids poo'd in contaminated body of water (3,4)
Pastry with fruit and nuts chokes Al (8)
Mass beginning around 1. . . . Oy! Kneeler is broken! (5,7)

L
A dog — an animal used for experiments — swallows, by mistake, an excessive amount of drugs left by leader of experiment in some water (8,9)
In California, you can see this experimental creature swallowing one of Eric's body parts: my head is gone! (2,4,3,4)
Carly's home, upset and crying (10)
Reportedly, Garland to do vocals for "Tying My Shoes" (6)
Don't have a platform? I can take a bit of neem and add on length with minimal effort (13)
Left a daughter and son (3)
Fashion ads lie to women (6)
Mesdames, Los Angeles is expiring (6)
Playboy's women — wow! (6,3)
Our ankle slightly hurt (twisted) in waters off Michigan (4,5)
Rev. Spooner's to be chosen to star in American Western feature (4,4)
Perhaps Art left with Superman's clothing? (9)
Pet's master and friend left (6)
Green & tan tiles I replaced in passageway (5,9)
Turn signal showing directional light (6)
A girl in Latin class that is, in short, really a dog (6)
The most recent occurrence to topple one Australian soprano, according to her fans (2,8)
Retinal treatment at facilities on army base (7)
French for "the wet, dirty clothes"? (7)
Honoree dead, having swallowed human waste (8)
Ordinance concerning cumin tainted with radioactive material (10)
50 Across: "A tremor's beginning? I have some medicine" (8)
Arizona is in bloom with very little effort (6)
Paging Finagle! . . . . . Finagle! . . . . . (7)
One who unearthed a human head missing eyelid(?) and losing fluid (5)
Approximately 17% of locals qualify for Indiana $1000 scholarship (8)
Unhappy king clutches the cowhide (7)
TV program gets you to abandon data processing to be a head of volunteers at hospital ward (5,2,2,6)
Glavine's screwball is breaking away (7)
General direction of operating room (6)
For example, the tales of King Arthur's foot? (6)
Explanatory tables on maps showing scale in miles and feet? (7)
An elf goes all wacko (7)
Ample space in back seat for the French newlywed? (7)
Monsieur Gibson heads west with one sharp animal (7)
Candy making a comeback for Spanish, trailing American cycling champ (5,4)
Oriental herb makes Morgan less dizzy (10)
Some people wear this and are told: "Dance!" (7)
Pat, Rod, & I peel bananas for some insects (11)
Bugs like ripe old bananas? Just the opposite! (7)
A group of French composers numbering 6 - 9 (3,3)
Allowed 2001 computer to become very dangerous (6)
Beatles' album title changed by two of Beatles (3,2,2)
Center for Reading: number 51, Barry Wild (7)
Kill fifty bugs? Just the reverse! (4)
/Songs told a story about contrary. . . (6)
\. . . servant: "Save London First, Then the Queen!" (6) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "b"]
Instrument's song broadcast to Crete (3,8)
Entitle a U.N. broadcast "Military Leader" (10)
I like a cat that will go after a piece of lightweight rope that can save a drowning person (8)
Cuckoo feather consumed in process of losing weight announced to be hazardous to your health (4-11)
"Pick up some insect repellent" is what people are told as they leave Cape Canaveral (7)
Around one thousand pounds of tree branches (5)
One who exhorts the use of arms? That stinks! (9)
/Nasty Nick, a Rebel defender. . . (10)
\. . . thwarts University of North Dakota Weasels (10) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "u"]
Wild dog using 10% of its head for communication in the field (5)
In the mouth: fish, hotdog, and pasta (8)
Fish & Game announced role for Chomsky (8)
Hamburger's left unfinished by Eric Brahinsky (4)
Lancelot and his family slink off (5)
Mozart symphony belongs to Miss Redgrave, we hear (4)
I'm all aflutter, getting lead in "Ointment" (3,4)
Hey — girl finally will reach legal drinking age in the US in eleven years (6)
Dull and dispirited, unlike Wallechinsky and Wallace (8)
Books started to burn. . . part of history — true, but sad (10)
Half-life of an element (7)
Felix's place of business makes Rev. Spooner's Unpleasant-Tasting Fish (6,3)
Seemingly insignificant scoop; it's actually of astronomical importance (6,6)
Cooked tortilla at the beach (8)
The most active one, as it happens, is having nap-time shortly (9)
Enraged was I, getting fourth place instead of first of everyone (5)
Look! Shot dead with bullets (6)
Borrowed items in New Orleans (7)
Insect's path to top of tree (6)
Lady put on gossamer sheer tops, and many people saw these (4)
That's funny: a girl who gets whatever she wants (4)
50, single, and without companionship (4)
Observing His Majesty on the throne? (7)
Silent phantom taking egg from bird (4)
Singer (actress) catches wriggling eel by a river rock (7)
She's Acting Primate in Germany (4,6)
American '60s TV series shown in western G.B.: Pecans Going Nuts! (4,2,5)
In "Polyphloisboian," Al Pacino ends up dead (4)
Gehrig's Yankees in first place? Terrible! (5)
Autoclave traveling 50 light-years in Grant's vehicle (4,8)
Quickly developed fondness for lob serve (4,2,5,5)
An item some planets revolve around (6)
Two people park here and get overalls out — it's 45 degrees! (6,4)
/Some buffalo will moo. . . (3)
\. . . like cows, or start to bleat like sheep (6) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "b"]
Feasts with usual wildness (5)
Lady clobbered a bully: this rendered the kid unconscious (7)
Fifty brown logs (6)
Where some people saw shifty Al bury Mr. Ed (10)
Food left half-unchewed (5)
Latin-American heart's ultimate desire (4)
That's pretty caustic stuff. And it sounds like it's not even true (3)
It courses through everybody's body, comes out everybody's rear end (behind) 50 miles per hour (5)

M
/Mother, Leslie, and I having some pasta. . . (8)
\. . . while Dad's eating some spaghetti sauce with a vegetable (9) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "a"]
Dairy ingredient, shortening put in purplish cookie (8)
Satellite going around Saturn, perhaps? Sweet! (8)
Yours truly gets a "C" in Medieval Weaponry (4)
Blade going about 2070 mph cut out heart of turtle (7)
March — right! left! — going east at a high rate of speed (4,3)
Apple disintegrated in stomach (9)
/My son will catch a cold going to the store. . . . (5)
\. . . Perhaps my new wife's outside catching one (5) [Out of alphabetical position, but solution does begin with "m"]
Mama'd be playing a female part in French drama (6,6)
Material from Wilder dramas (6)
DiMaggio retired somewhat happy? (8)
Help! I'm being decapitated! Help! (4)
Seattle baseball player runs away to another corner of the U.S. (5)
Small US state in East! (5)
45° in Vietnam, windy, for featured match (4,5)
I am back with nasty cryptic: you can depend on it! (8)
In retrospect, better to take tops off to play jazz with female bandleader (9)
My lad suffering with a disease (6)
Dishonest shirker's mother to stay regular taking a bit of Ex-Lax (10)
One of our co-founders (the subject of our first speech) gets two advanced degrees (4)
Married couple from Amarillo beginning to enjoy a Broadway musical (4)
Mother pries top off milk containers? (9)
Chairman has a replacement: it's out with the old, in with the new guy (3)
Aquatic mammal, male, fed on last of algae (7)
Some privates captured enemy leader, beloved ruler returned. . . . Now that's news! (3,5,3)
Answer is on the tip of my rough-arsed nine-inch tongue (8,7)
Mexican leader: an extraterrestrial artist (5)
Woman Gleason keeps hidden to inflict physical abuse (6)
Beat up doctor with fish? (7)
Woman going to swallow fruit (5)
"Tropical Fruit" goes without a bit of effort between A major and A minor (10)
Crazy, crazy Tito making pasta (9)
Italian eats Tim in a stew, admits action inappropriate (9)
Person does not apply for food charity? (5)
Arranged cremation for beast (9)
Beast's romantic or erogenous zone (9)
Insect beginning to sit on a log after a point (8)
People assist lame figures after a point (9)
Murderous anarchists' recklessness leads to ruin (3)
Marceau goes into drunken stupor with literary compatriot (6,6)
Some of them are stablemates! (5)
66 2/3% oleo, 66 2/3% "and other items" — that's what this little girl is made of (8)
Broadway personality who got a Tony for arranging "I Am Ra" (5)
Closer to Rome, seas (five) containing seaweed are flowing towards the west (7,6)
USMC rep accepts commercial for meat flavoring (8)
Standing in a cemetery, these remarks would be out of order (7)
Spooner says, "Listen to animal actor" (4,6)
Zesty Delicacy, a horse, has a disease — not terminal (9)
Tail and head of organism found in interior of another planet: an extraterrestrial animal (8)
Creatures from another planet will swallow cat tail-first (7)
Singer-actress, diarist, and I taken in by advocate of Communism: no turning back (5,5)
Proposal comes on a happy note, reportedly (5,2)
/Re: My arm-twisting, knee-bending offer. . . (5,2)
\. . . "Amended"?! Go f*** the DA! Offer's final —Vito (9) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "g"]
Possible goal of space program: arms deployment (4)
God — some Muslims working for an actress (6,5)
Little sweet Marsha keeps half of my letters? Fifty-fifty? That hurts! (11)
Niles and Frasier's dad endlessly has to listen to "Decoration" from decorating expert (6,7)
Cuban leader: an extraterrestrial (7)
Says, "Our only matter is doing gymnastics"! (4,3,6)
Love letter from Doctor Nash to me (4,4)
Grandma lost $1000 next to Russian city street — she could just kick herself (9)
/Huge church ceremony I have. . . (7)
\. . . envisioned, with symphony orchestra at the beginning and end and fireworks in the middle (3) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "s"]
Developing great facility with Mendelssohn 1st-violin part around letter "E" (9)
According to Rev. Spooner: Reagan's Attorney General, if he became a minister, would do great work (11)
Angry, as the break-in is a feature on the front page of every newspaper (8)
Lord, without hesitation, Thy humble servant did bring forth wine and food, without hesitation, and thereof did chew (10)
Amos, don't freak: that big beast won't be coming back (8)
Agree to perform a Tchaikovsky selection (5)
Husband is dead meat (4)
Mother gets the jerks to do trigonometry and calculus (11)
Saying, "One thousand one, divided by one-third of six, plus one thousand" (5)
"Never to be surpassed": words to live by, friend (9)
Klinger, one little flower is the limit (7)
/Might one Indian. . . (5)
\. . . run in opposition to shabby, negative, aggressive rhetoric? (7) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "r"]
Here, many are treated badly — O, I'm cynical (4,6)
Rochester establishment gives demonstration on dressing (4,6)
Eric left after a time and put on an article of clothing to get something to eat (4,4)
Eric & Cindi treated athlete's foot with drugs (8)
A long way behind in PC game "Annihilation" (10)
Actress makes me terribly angry (3,4)
Mitchell's lady, skillfully taking a joint, works on a dairy farm for Rev. Spooner (7,6)
Bats battle moas for some bread (5,5)
Mountaineers' leader crazily, and without a bit of shyness, yodels a tune (6)
N.Y. baseball player holds league leadership, then is in a slump to catastrophic self-destruction (8)
Note to tax agency: everything in my life is documented here (7)
Note: measure space by random fluctuation around you (10)
Lost? Oy — I'm alarmed now! (8,3) [Hint: clue was composed on May 27]
Yours truly, Doctor Emma F. Lindsey (2,6,3,1)
Helpless female soldiers (3)
Some people wearing Givenchy items – this includes silk tops – will get a disease (10)
Guys in tollbooth #6 stop to make change for a woman (9)
About half of all people returning as geniuses (5)
Guys treat us badly — what can women do? (10)
Woman did this every month around the 4th of month: changed surname to "Turner" or "Nugent" (11)
Suits guys to talk dirty (8)
Lists of guys (people like me) (5)
Mr. Lee, I can't broadcast commercial (10)
Businessman offering French sea song (8)
Ill-tempered at heart, he tried to be awful mean to boy composer (8,7)
Wasted a dime or $100 on drink money for a hobbit (8,10)
Ethel takes Jay right to makeup (5,6)
Legendary sea creature brought to light using a dimmer switch (7)
In The Lord of the Rings, a huge creature goes after a hobbit, almost decapitating him. It's great fun! (9)
He played a part in The Lord of the Rings, a role in Madama Butterfly in German, and Carousel (5-2-5)
Monsieur Reaumur, orchestra leader, claims mi-majeur sequence is Indian (9)
Encountered a Latvian leader, Communist, headed to the West to capture octet, which is tortured with an electronic device (5,8)
Ran into space pilot — he is wise to go back for some fuel (7,3)
Way too much drug use after taking amphetamines (6)
Became acquainted with one L.A. airport — a new structure for all the cities in the region (12,4)
/South of the border, I'm back claiming a couple of bits of exotica: "Approximately 16.7% of connoisseurs. . . (6)
\. . . desire the egg scrambled at a low temperature" (5,7) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "e"]
Backing up, I injure bystander's head; ache is terrible. . . . Warm water at this site brings relief (5,5)
In Vienna, I will be hosted twice by Dizzy Claremont, a science-fiction writer (7,8)
Neurological disease claims Gilbert's princess and Phrygian king (5)
King's magical ability is displayed in middle of a street. He might say this if he got hit! (5,5)
The beverage I have spoken of is strong (6)
The sports club I support vocally, Oklahoma University, has added split end, a little guy with tremendous strength (6,5)
Wandering around, looking for work? You'll get the third degree, Lou! (7)
Managing smile, sexy lady embraces Laurel Alden's friend (5,8)
Hat merchant goes 660 fathoms on passenger ship (8)
Around 1990, she was a member of the first family in the U.S. to go around broadcasting a TV show — she got rich! (11)
The sound of a jazz vocal quartet, often described as warm and mellow — it's heavy and grinding (9)
E. and me entertain people without saying a word (4)
Cement I am breaking up to make a pie filling (9)
Rock group: "Realms in Chaos" (8)
At least a half note, followed by hesitation (7)
Operating an underground business in. . . in. . . in. . . magnesium! (6)
Use no mime in remake of Mickey's Sweetheart (6,5)
Trim innkeeper serves fish? (6)
Take a few courses in beginning medicine where a surgeon operates (5)
In opera, notary, messenger, and gatekeeper heard ominous-sounding tympani flourishes (5,5)
Engineering school gets new head — this generates a lot of money (4)
Gen. Tom Thumb, for example, was an American soldier in the Revolutionary War (9)
Russian space station with one Brazilian entertainer (7)
Dark, sinister place. . . royal king and court within! (8)
Wasted do-re-mi getting a luxury car that's very shiny (8)
A Russian caterer, changing order without initialing first and last letter, to get it wrong (15)
Poorly-struck "E" followed by profanity (6)
Initially, man is seldom observed gazing, yearning, needing innocent, sweet things — and indeed he ends up hating all women (10)
I'm turning up to get run-of-the-mill Asian food (4,4)
No tip received by sour puss (IMO) serving Asian appetizer (4,4)
Before reaching full flower(?), young lady stands to drink more than three huge quantities of water (11,5)
Regret the loss of, regret the loss of, regret the loss of topless number going back and forth — a Southern beauty (4,11)
Twice, regret the loss of our one glamorous Midwesterner (4,7)
E.g., Torry, thuh yung aktress (dotter uv prodoocer Aron)! (4,8)
Not a hit at first — then stated views about article, and she was chosen Washington beauty queen (4,7)
I'm sorry rest must be disturbed, Señor (6)
Alone with Wilbur, he talked of revolutionary times as a communist (6,2)
The Captain's companion explains in speech why a scientist, even after studying the chromosomes carefully, was surprised to see that the girl had emerald-colored eyes (6,5,5)
I'm providing an alternative arrangement, and add stress! (8)
Doctor (D.D.) & Sister Ming, a nun, having an argument (16)
Technology Institute — site of T.M.I. disaster (3)
Cruelly omit sibling from act of reproduction (7)
Gives a warm hand to the New England engineering school's top woman (6)
After mass I go to Return of the King viewing party (5)
Cover girls are seldom confused (6)
"In the '60s, that was fashionable, Auntie," says Dorothy through her PC communications device (5)
Some despicable hombre heads west – he's wielding a knife (5)
Using some ammo, he levels a man wielding a knife (5)
Wrought-tin Moses gets wet (8)
Creature feature: The Black Thing (4)
Naked ones having birthmark: reversed star (4,4)
Abuse an animal second time (6)
The contemporary-art museum in New York, as one looks back on it, is really a mother (4)
Just for a second, it sounded like one of the Three Stooges intended to say, "Stick around for a little while!" (9)
Lizard track (7)
Abbot, look around for a '60s rock group (7)
(DOWN clue:) Starting out a monastery dweller, eventually he ends up being a primate (6)
Funds to acquire 80% of "Latin-Land" in Mexico city (9)
British comedy troupe typist reaches halfway point in Mutual of New York Half-Marathon (5,6)
Low, marginally droopy! (5)
Low note: a c-note or a g, perhaps (5)
End is in sight for mono outbreak (4)
Moose gets restricted, becomes sullen (6)
Cannon increased (decreased) weight when empty (not empty) (6)
Macabre wife of Rev. Spooner's announced where gold may be found: unfinished Renaissance painting by some professional women (8,6)
Left positive message in meditation session: move in a gentle, untroubled way (5)
Within a house of worship, one religious text is a source of discomfort (8,4)
Some remote lodge! (5)
Robin's mom? As American as apple pie (10)
Ma, settle down in Russia (10)
(DOWN clue:) Cat climbing a couple of tea trees (5)
McKinley (among others) says, "I am not crazy about the United Nations" (8)
Not ordinarily amountin' to be a towering figure in the rock world? (8)
Drink worked: I'm to wed a nun (8,3)
IMO, unwanted vagrant can drink (8,3)
Enormous error holds cat responsible for killing (6)
Mickey eats a piece of Swiss and gets dessert (6)
Instrument for two parts of the body (5,5)
Wife and husband who will compel you to nod? (2,7)
/Austrian-American Film Actor, 101, Friend of City, . . . (9)
\Dead. . . December 8th services for members of religious community (6) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "D"]
Must not have time to read letters from Greece (3)
At first, Michigan undergraduate bashful about love and kissing and stuff (5)
Disorganized Miley Cyrus loses top of your bandmember's equipment (5,4)
Scented letter from Greece: "What's up?" (5)
Bug to total westbound sports car (7)
Dark yellow soil contains lead (7)
I heard creatures that weren't active before Christmas and a creature that was highly active before Christmas (6)
My rest was disturbed. Why? Nobody can figure it out (7)
My fuzzy cat is beginning to look like Yogi (8)

N
Ballerina chomps part of a chip (5)
Harry the Horse (3)
Assails tacks? (5)
Dizzy Dean collects strikeout in his native state (5)
Anonymous traveling salesmen (8)
One who may be looking for snow in northern half of Arctic? (4)
/Poor Carolyn has EPS, a sleep disorder. . . (10)
\. . . A sleep disorder, if you will (6) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "p"]
Sodium smell becoming evident (7)
Nat "King" Cole's daughter gives all to a niece, unfortunately (7,4)
Can set an anagram! (5)
Covertly taking clone of Natalie's famous father (3,4,4)
Laurel, after the first left turn, to come from behind for the win, of course (9)
Incredibly vain: "Father Christmas in Spain" (7)
Maneuver cruel czar to reverse position and write letters to end scandal? (8)
Damn! Jane is moving to Chad's place (8)
Old man from Nebraska destroyed earth and left (11)
I will go in wrong entrance to get fruit (9)
Repeated Newton Zellweger comeback to derisive taunt (6-6)
No, from the back. . . could it be Andrew Lloyd Webber? (8)
/Eve singing at resort – (8,4)
\A lot of people voice exultation at end of ballad (5) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "c"]
Unfortunately, C. Stengel fails to attend (8)
Biblical builder left Canadian actor the heart of her chicken (8)
The chap next door is dreadfully boring, eh? (8)
Donizetti's elixir swallower and a submarine captain are in love (8)
One dummy I clobbered with some metal (9)
(DOWN clue:) Doctor showing one fourth of gastrointestinal (GI) stool work under colored light (13)
Proposer of new doctrine seen around treaty group with doctor (13)
Western writer cuts down relatives (7)
Write retrograde melody for last movement of The Planets (7)
Disappointed, or less enthusiastic, about portion of pie (10)
Fräulein Eva dazzled inhabitants of this state (6)
I'm not one to win bee, making spelling errors (6)
/When seraphim went flying into a state, . . . (3,9)
\. . . Israel MC broadcast "These Are Wondrous Events" (8) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "m"]
Topless, had sex with heartless moron — it's not very bright, but it's just a phase (3,4)
Book says amphibian ate, swallowed part of flower (3,9)
Young model going to dump old wealthy U.S. politician (4,8)
Not a great scientist? (6)
Put another way: 10 out of 10 will be succeeding (4)
Some Africans — an unspecified number — raising bananas around the capital of Ethiopia (9)
No one with a nut? Then steal nuts from an inventor (6,5)
Idiots given free pass by tell-all diarist — that was handled clumsily (11)
I net, in the transaction, a place between 89th and 91st (9)
One little drink elicits slur against Japanese (3)
Somewhat minimalist opera: one-second 1x1-nanoinch broadcast (5,2,5)
Name of first person who lived on Mars? (6)
Spinks returned yuletide exclamation (4)
Lack of strong winds in Arizona border town (7)
#1 song starts with electronic sounds (5)
Missing part of GI tract, left with sore esophageal opening — I don't dispute that (4,10)
Donne quotation: an answer to the question "Is Barry Gibb's birthplace a continental landmass?" (2,3,2,2,6)
Sign at "La Bare" in Alaskan town in front of wall done shoddily (2,3,7)
Phenom, in a test, holds names for consideration (9)
Sounds like this is good news for the convict given a suspended sentence (this is an example of gallows humor) (2,5)
Tolkien's final piece, "Fantasy Porthole," gives a view of elves' realm (5,4)
Neither route leads to a Scandinavian country (6)
Emu set out, following scent, to get bug (2-3-2)
/Eat some jalapeños; however, . . . (4)
\. . . drink nothing after narrow escape (3) [Out of alphabetical position, but solution does begin with "n"]
Unconditionally gives some jewelry: without a bit of effort, captures heart of dates (2,7)
Henry! Toto went berserk, swallowed witch's head, celebrated (10)
Kobe's ideal take-home pay? (7,3,3)
Aware that it's snowing? (8)
Rocky and remote European tourist destination (5,4)
Ustinov ascot I admired features maritime setting (4,6)
On westbound train, catching a bit of view, reading book (5)
Some literature shows all ovens malfunction (8)
Some prayers will get no answer after first half of month (6)
/Making a comeback, took election. At this point, . . . (3)
\. . . made official work for me in D.C. (9) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "c"]
Crazy man rules? Figures! (8)
/ With difficulty, learn sum of 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9: . . . (8)
\. . . The sum of 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 is over fifty; it's irrational (5-4) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "f"]
She has a habit, but says nothing publicly (3)
Child-care facility in North Surrey destroyed (7)
Run around and perform opera in facility for aged (7,4)

O
Moab bananas: a delicacy that's supposed to be good for your health (9)
Head of operations unhappy to gather intelligence, not direct (7)
Little-known doctor's remedy (7)
Some good early-music performance venues (4)
Literary tribute left behind somewhere in Texas (6)
Scents of out-doors (5)
Ruined stereo, placing it next to 50079.58 A/m magnetic field (7)
Ferrari initially is missing — not on racetrack, naturally (2,6)
Rachmaninoff, in Germany, comes across the future (6)
Young, angry griffons surround one of prey (9)
Repeating decimal? (5)
LOST DOG. Male. Left around June 3rd. Name: Answers to "Poet" (5,4)
Poet's barking dog quiet after princess left (5,4)
Looks on attentively as the Spanish Guard goes around in circles (5)
Pop singer going around topless? That's awful! (2,2)
Dressing Cujo, ultimately I arrive mangled in grave (3,3,7)
Stone cast towards the front during vocal leads to setting where gunshots were exchanged (1,1,6)
Fine prostitute 1000: going around city, putting on a show (8)
Elder Mr. DeLuise in charge of Virginia (3,8)
Fresh lemonade. . . add in a bit of tonic, a couple of stirs. . . then start to tranquilize with a good book (3,9)
You might yell this when you see a bull getting milked? — French saying (3)
Immersed in another martini? O uncontrollable evil! (5)
A place to get Italian food that's poisonous (I love danger) (5,6)
Girl goes into surgical suite when brought by actor (4,6)
Oversight having no purpose (8)
Didn't include "glove" in dictionary (7)
In reference volume: GOP candidate to be included, or not included? (7)
Westbound sub in Moldavia: not, unfortunately, a valid mode of transportation (7)
I will get some mosquito netting (3)
A sick playwright (6)
"Head off, masked lawman!". . . in Texas lore, this is sufficient to stop a riot (3,6)
Individuals having papers checked: it's unfair (3-5)
Waiting for Don Ho medley to be interrupted by individual, at last (2,4)
Just 1 short light-year (4)
Just the second person to have a #1 R&B hit in 1955 (4,3)
No sin in cows stampeding during Midwestern U. fight song (2,9)
Hanker after bagels and tea (6)
Rev. Spooner's exceedingly tedious wife finally leaves to make a drink (6,3)
Like a rock, I put in no plea of insanity? (7)
A clear-cut legal decision, getting S. a thousand pence in damages (4-3-4,4)
An operation around a hospital room: doctor, hungry, operates (4-5,7)
Honesty in Business by Eliot (8)
Running The Trojans Into L.A. Oblivion (11)
Carmen Hill — she works for the phone company (8)
North Carolina boy's old lory in trouble after taking a priceless Michelangelo sculpture (4,6)
For Giovanni, too much left to one chance (11)
Astronomical phenomenon involving oxygen, phosphorus, and incomplete positive ion (10)
Dealing with the sight of more potty mess (9)
Chooses to stop using drugs (4)
D.D.S. tests egg (4,7)
Animal gets fruit before finishing off a nut (9)
Speech: "Ontario in Strife" (7)
A replacement for one sick chorister in musical ensemble (9)
Band of villainous creatures seizing that man, applying boiling tar (9)
Carrot she rigged up with a stick is used to coax this group forward (9)
It has difficult chore: bringing back arts! (9)
Some of them carry bows and quivers to archers (9)
Junior Chi Delta carries a flower (6)
Rock group: "Festering Sore" (4)
Pitiful groan is monster's first utterance: it's alive! (8)
Two characters heading off from frontier, traveling east (6)
Another possibility: I will go to a Streisand film reportedly made in Japan (8)
He fronted a '70s pop group, or he accompanied a Solo? (7)
Pitched: "We. . . sell no [rosé]. . . ." ('e's gone now)! (5,6)
He could write terrifyingly or nicely (6)
Car so tricked out, it gets an award (5)
In the back of Pacino's car is a trophy he won in 1993 (5)
Bird of prey snatches a bit of salmon, drops fish's head (6)
Rhino's prey includes a sea bird (6)
Removing top from toothpaste difficult for doctor (9)
East German with a lot of money gets exotic birds (9)
Article written in conjunction with someone else (5)
An instrument from the Middle East, or two instruments from the East (3)
Sour fluid Celeborn and Galadriel will give us (9)
Alfresco, take-out or Schlotzsky's first, is better (5)
Cleverly, beaten, reconstituted tofu injected into bovine with iron-deficient feed (8)
Gin game (6)
Eccentric topless juvenile runs around island at sea (10)
A canoe that is the home of Sooner scholars and a TV horse (9)
It's terribly courteous to let someone else do your work (9)
Be smarter than to get decapitated, you fool! (6)
Behold changes in female reproductive organs (7)
Start to order "vegetarian" items #1, 2, and 4 — they contain uncooked cow (7)
Fail to see cliff, perhaps? (8)
Managed to cut too much wood? (7)
Supervise writing of poetry in Old English (7)
Poet's work taken in to her superior, a supervisor (8)
Song where no vibrato is involved (4,3,7)
In front, outward, in back, in this place, in that place (4,5)
It's obvious: leaders of the opposition party will be holding that guy in camp (4,3,3)
In brief: I invested in energy, got taken in — that hurt! (8)
A person who has work in western US city (5)
A magical land: somebody says it is found way up in the atmosphere (5)

P
Preachy M.D. operated on elephant (9)
They preach nonviolence; I put on cap backwards, and they're all set to fight (9)
If one of them makes a racket, just call "Sour grapes!" (6)
Have fun with mate's lap? (3,6)
Regarding old man that makes weak promise binding neighborhood leader — stirring up poor, predictably (22)
"Harass Sarah Palin," Democrat broadcast. "Kick the cat out!" (10)
Oud duo playing "Palermo" in D (10)
Criticize a computer for output channel that's locked? (6,5)
Chop vanilla into a cocktail to make a "Mexican Revolutionary" (6,5)
Animal prohibited two people from hearing Spooner (5,4)
Yield to whims of the Premier of Poland and the Queen (6)
Colloquium event's pickle snaps — delicious with nuts on top (5,10)
Desperate Ralph Nader has no right to take leadership of nation — he's begging for funds (10)
Removed an outer layer from recombinant DNA (pet's) (7)
Haitian dictator to shoot a physician, rumor has it (4,3)
When Red Sox slugger David Ortiz, a ferocious beast, appears to have zero concept, we get butterflies. But not the skipper! (13)
David Ortiz, former Pittsburgh coach, goes back to see McQueen film (8)
It is said Father Time is a "Nice thing with wings" (8)
A carp struggling upstream at first — in the turbulence, it slowly goes down (9)
Reportedly, English poet twice wrote "Birds"? (9)
Sounds like Othello and one of his countrywomen are lovers (9)
Typical Spanish gentleman has excuse (6)
Abstract painter has no interest in Whistler's Mother, for example (6)
Taking liberties with the press, Ian? ((11)
GOP, with acquisition of Illinois leader, achieves equal standing with opposition (6)
Wild leopard let out of pen? (7)
Make sense of the phrase "one hundred nineteen trillion, one hundred seventy-three billion, five hundred twelve million miles" (6)
Pray desperately to protect simpleton from simplicity (9)
How a single parent can do it: divide up chicken, mix gently, lace with a lot of oil (19)
Somewhat chicken, she is standing atop building in Greece (9)
Naughty part here in little hole? (3-5)
Some here in France talking endlessly, waiting serenely for involvement (13)
(DOWN clue:) Spread out over hill to find game bird (9)
Put momentum behind throw (4)
Dad's saber has coded message (8)
Long ago, during boyhood, would have a noodle dish (5,5)
Let sap run back; it becomes a light color (6)
Microbiologist confines fish infection to blender (10)
Placid, bucolic Reverend Sharpton? (8)
Meat with endless pasta noodles from Japan: I don't use directions (8)
Pam, I will eat rotten rat's meat (8)
"Z" worn on chest (5)
Pact I violated with three comrades for the good of my country (9)
'60s teen TV idol says, "A hamburger, Mr. Ellington? . . . Like heavy metal?" (5,4,5)
Soreness after gym class? Some fruit will solve it (7)
Liquid butane found in a club sandwich ingredient (6,6)
Where Peter works with Spooner's raw materials at a beauty salon? (6,5)
A southern dessert favorite — you can find some in Cape Canaveral if you look in the right place: go almost to the end of pier (5,3)
A physician's rumored reduction in force? (12)
This device enables you to see through people, eh? Extraordinary! (8)
Bird to spend a penny right and left around society widow (8)
Gases up, goes flying in 1-hp conveyance (7)
Lots of prisoners' guts around site, even after plane crashed (5,8)
Place experts now say absorbed Category One landfall assault first! (9)
Writes, then has a Coke in Florida panhandle site (9)
False pope appears before the French citizenry (6)
Pope converted a couple of Lebanese citizens (6)
A jalapeño is very quietly eaten by the nobleman (6)
Maybe fish next to drifting cane (9)
Poe incurs terror with "Monster's Heart Within Is Beating" (10)
The Hobbit roughly took in, after each English run, around $1000 (8,4)
Splendid American holiday celebration in 2 1/2 steps (7,6)
.1100, repeating (8)
Copier I'd set by table in chemistry lab (8)
Gilpin's last cocktail is in process of digestion (11)
Roz & Shaq get shirt for abdominal covering (10)
Buffalo sperm: for a time — for a long time — it has covered the ground in much of Siberia (10)
An easily magnetized metal, according to a New England politician (9)
Billionaire Texas politician ripped party leadership, making a comeback (5)
Christian disciple to Jewish scholar: "Torah, primarily, is a story for children" (5,6)
The Four Tops invested in poodle mix (missing one of legs) and dog chow (3,4)
Rizzutto throws a curve to baseball players (8)
Help! . . . Tibia's broken? No, a vascular inflammation (9)
Poisonous chemical soup is good at 67.5° (8)
Before the end of March, Portuguese leader left frivolous girl (7)
One of pizzamakers, Holly, tossed some dough (6)
Doctor club admitting Hispanic doctor? Just the reverse! (9)
A little more than 3 1/2 hogs (2)
Drunk shot retreating beast with tip of dart (7)
Undependable bacon taken by Rev. Spooner with a silverware utensil (not a spoon!) (6,4)
Outing lead character in play I Do! I Do! takes a bit of nerve (6)
Use number code to get almost 4 quarts of Mexican condiment (4,2,5)
Sculptured spruce: it is art (8)
A piece of pineapple, a piece of apple and a piece of orange in limeade, bananas, pastry and ice cream (3,1,2,4)
Food taken by ripped-off unpaid musician (4,5)
Tongue pie with gelatin cummings is getting out (3,5)
A little more than three thousand dollars for livestock (4)
Dumb pupil starts engine and a major wreck ensues (6)
Spooner says he will fight Mrs. Nixon to get Mrs. Nixon's husband's opponent's wife's favorite fashion accessory (7,3)
Desperately ill POW has a place to rest her head (6)
Where I put noodle (it should be soft, soft, soft!) after I start lasagna (6)
Ripped open nice present given to the former Miss Kutschera by her new clients (4,4)
An amateur photographer might use this to help America on broadcast (7,6)
Cut the end of my finger (5)
Fonzie's friend to finger bad educators (5,9)
Doggie gets in picture with Betty Grable (5)
Baseball team becomes angry when top and bottom of order are struck out (7)
Recipient's heart is a sight to see — a towering achievement (4)
A small amount of catnip mixed with a bit of tea providing energy (8)
Regular spats occur among litigants in court cases (10)
Spooner's refusing appeal for backup (4,1)
An untold number — thousands — are trapped in a sexless kind of love, as countless little insignificant lives are at sea (10)
Drink on board to like life at sea (10)
City has a strategy to get something accomplished after the first 14 tries have failed? (5)
Take a piece of ice out of a big package (7,3)
Kind of love Pontiac that's customized to hold fifty (8)
Beg for mercy, turning pale a great deal (4-7)
Guilty and not guilty, everyone initially puts forth request for fair treatment (6)
Half-finished play finished bird (6)
PULLOUT: Underwriters' Laboratories Pulls Out, Reorganizes, Goes to Another Planet (5)
Doctor Spock takes in headless pet for keeps (7)
Browning organized posse to capture alien (7)
Edgar Allan beginning to throw curves to some of his colleagues (9)
The Polynesian leader and I have nothing between us but some Hawaiian food (3)
Bruin & Spooner's two hats (5,4)
Santa lives close to one reindeer who works at a strip club (4,6)
Head of paper goes from strong to weak due to illness (5)
From Warsaw, like Rod? (6)
Survey indicates pro's odds 50-50 (4)
Horseplay in whirl-pool? (4)
Former French President, forgetting identity, talks back to self-righteous fools (7,5)
Catholic leader is soft on domestic violence (7)
An important Roman-English poet (4)
Heats up some corn and fresh lice for dessert (8)
Spooner's soaked food, a vegetable, in brine for a tasty treat (8)
In Aspen, you are able to make friends easily (7)
If copulation begins with the first sign of passion instead of with a bit of care, this could be the result! (10)
Ground loin, caper used in dish (9)
Poor guy that loses love, one of DuBose's two leading characters! (5)
Irish football player goes left around New York Swine (5,3)
Pander to headless and tailless animals all around this New England town (8,5)
For example, Bollywood actress has a drink with you (11)
/Suppose I stop fooling around, . . . (5)
\. . . get down to it, taking care, finally, to lose weight (4) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "d"]
Writer claims bliss unlikely to be within reach (8)
This pot's terrible! (4) (Hint: clue appeared on facebook)
Berserk friend captures East German (6)
Large chart shows where hospital patients go after emergency treatment? (6)
It's blown with the lips in naughty porn shot (4,4)
He delivers newly-designed tampons (7)
Sorts letters with stamp on! (7)
Grasshopper (3)
A crop of grass located in central Wisconsin (6)
Engineer pools data at lunch, perhaps (6,5)
Cooking with these devices, aims to lose fifty pounds (4,3,4)
Bovine vomit belches forth from the mouth of the Reverend — a commentary on the bad behavior of people in authority (5,8)
Rest of paper now rewritten (5,3)
A couple standing in front of a line to get Louisiana candy (7)
Constitutional portion before walk (8)
Having great value: in the past, where it was 5, it's now 100 (8)
Settling for a passing grade on speech about a mathematical concept (13)
Undergraduate course for aspiring physician: I will get the top, top grade, then not even a barely-passing grade — it's, like, murder sometimes! (12)
Ready to put out paper supporting Communism (8)
Reindeer, almost having consumed last of foliage, weigh the most (13)
Quietly feel slighted by gift (7)
Modern gift, Doris! (7-3)
Politics' foremost occupation! (10)
Hideous spider, a Lord of the Rings character — a leading role (9)
Numerical constant is divided by remainder to lead to solution, I think, very quickly (11)
Regular dives into basil sauce quickly (6)
Did Jimmy get some cats to talk? (5)
Our order, center-cut polar-bear meat, is cooked (8)
Engineering Dept. gets Restricted Ionization Boundaries published (7)
This may shed some light: Breaking it down into component parts, public relations is the first of matters (5)
Virginal fussy female adolescent on the radio (8)
Difficult to get to soft Baltimore chop in front of catcher (11)
Monitors Holly with electric devices made by this company (7,5)
Lash, Primrose, Lack rehearse opening with Pledge (7) (N.B.: The surface of this clue may make sense only to classical musicians of a certain age from Houston!)
For example, I paid sister to take oxygen (7)
Whom is this for, Thing? (7)
I for one stick to official decree (13)
Outspoken puritan accepting no payment to point out other people's errors (9)
NFL player writes it: "That is, briefly, Staubach's initial set of tendencies." (12)
Say. . . you want to get married to a professional model? (7)
Investment brochure says, "Look for gold, America!" (10)
Shows respect for expert with good hands for audio (10)
/Maxim saw. . . (7)
\. . . part of Who's Doctor Terrel O'Grady? (5,7) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "R"]
Wrongly punished a registered nurse for having fruit-filled pastry (5,6)
Spurs beat Iowa in the old country (7)
David gets off spam list (8)
José Ferrer's home — pure whimsy, with a donut shape: O (6,4)
A dragon ascending skyward with a great roar? (4)
Dog I register as boxer (8)
Sixteen Navy Nuns Yawn: a pulp novel depicting a small US town with a shadowy underground life (12,12)
Piece of peach pie's swallowed up by some dogs (7)
DNA component in pee-pee (6)
Particular individual crashing Prius into an old Ford (6)
That woman, among bits of personal ups and downs, is depressed (6)
Pet oozing fluid from wound upset Stacy (8)
Spooner's unmasculine boudoir accessory: a tree (5,6)
To strike a golf ball, put a bit of torque behind it (4)
Yup — I went out with an emperor (4)

Q
Crooked fellow, I believe, will get captured by bomb squad operations leader (9)
Are E's square in Greek? In Spanish? We'll just have to wait and see (3,4,4)
Spilled one quart skim? (8,4)
This ground won't support weight of pound container of snack mix (9)
Psycho sequence isn't the definitive example of the medium (12)

R
God, I would take shot for clergyman (5)
One who says you shouldn't eat shellfish makes some crab bisque (5)
For Floyd Landis or Lance Armstrong, talking back and forth is out of character (5)
Republican experts track events in Indianapolis (5)
"Drunken Owl" ad charmed TV news reporter (6,6)
Bananas: a Doris Day film directed by Woody Allen (5,4)
Extreme humidity necessitates air conditioning? No. (4)
Longhair contemporary music — one from France: "Sapphist in Retrograde" (8)
Monk to speak hoarsely until diseased bit of larynx is cut out (8)
Competition for jobs and salaries, starting with the beginning of recession, would immediately end without a trace (3,4)
Sitarist is almost insane, getting gnarled ash, reconstructing ark (4,7)
This can make your skin smooth and your rear end awfully adorable, without a bit of zits (5,5)
Prepared to take action concerning topless woman (5)
Merl emerges as bird of prey dives under river (6)
Quite a comeback to take first in event (6)
Behind and and about about behind about (4,3)
Can put in valid counterargument (8)
What an usher might do for an audience member with a ticket (7)
Certified lunatic is made normal (9)
Ways to use leftovers: ... ... C. Celery, chopped and blended (7)
Communist teaching: I will replace you ultimately, working for the new cause (12)
Again performed Scarlet, Source of Desire (5)
Drive in dangerous territory — didn't follow the river as the Reverend said (7)
Again perform music in D.C.? Just the opposite! (4)
Star of Speed who played lead in Superman (6)
New supply of medicine makes ump sick (6)
"Für Elise" is playing; no one gets new infusion of energy (7)
For sailing tournament, skipper blows top, turns around and replaces neophyte beginner with two tough leaders (7)
Doctor has her tell everything again (6)
Guinevere hears a lute taking part in music session (9)
Got hot again regarding despicable capture of Egyptian leader (8)
Once again: Did cook like tomato sandwiches he had for lunch? (8)
Rudolph, et al. Reindustrialization, Parts I–V
       __________. Engineering, Parts VI–VIII. (8)
"What's that clatter up on the rooftop?" "Sounds like precipitation, darling." (8)
Slow down, Virginia. Get back in (9)
Don't worry — Lady Godiva's bottom covered by king (5)
Real wild, perverted sex has a calming effect (7)
Important peripheral role leads to an Oscar (8)
Again, a bit of cytoplasm surrounded by membrane. Keep this in mind (11)
Taking glossy paint, go from left to right, then back to front, to give a new identity (6)
Film engineer accidentally putting end of outtake in for one star of The Sopranos (5,7)
Roving reporter in front of men's club does several pieces (9)
Congressman to get up and do a song and dance again (7)
Drunk lice burp: "A national leader, like Sarah Palin" (10)
Necessary to bloody about 25 sheets (8)
Put together again, but not as to look like the original (8)
Commit adultery again with a sap (5)
Note: body of water contains sulfur; do something about it (7)
Person shot, beginning to die, has to have answer (7)
Sprite's losing its bubbles on top of drugstore counter (7)
Sleep with others (4)
The others poured in, quiet and unobtrusive (10)
Concerning: Sen. Thurmond embracing love in a private chamber (8)
Put on new radials and get ready to head for Florida (6)
Show about meat (6)
Always comes back sick; head of ER gets a wake-up call (8)
Prince of Iran about to kill a leader of Hamas with fifty-one volts electric current (4,7)
Blue bird struggling to swallow a lizard's head (6)
Movie star with a lot of money — 2000 pounds — keeps a back-rub doctor (7,6)
Is transported by Middlemarch, repeatedly? (5)
Pasta from European capital put into stew (8)
Result if going "haw!" thrice, for beginners?! (5)
Coming up just before end of opera: Pavarotti's declaration (6)
A certain comedienne and these geographical phenomena have something in common: big mouths (6)
Nurse that is about to get out of halter (2)
Egg removed from chicken and put in a pan (7)
Nun's brother, Mac, is going out with a composer (6,8)
Oh! Borodin shot by archer (5,4)
Oboist R. C. Dicky is making automatons (8)
Initially reinforced with an excessive amount of drugs, Earl Wild takes victory from tennis champ (3,5)
Mother is consumed by motion of floor, consumed by emotion on floor (7) (or (1,1,1,1,1,1,1))
"Take a chance," Spooner says: "Serve the food" (4,3,4)
Handle hardship to get food and drinks (4,4,3,7)
Old country computer-IP men amortize houses the wrong way (5,6)
I for one am no ruler: man is not subject to rule (5,7)
Cross some land (4)
Some gizmo, orbiting around in space (4)
It's something to get in New York, Moe (4,3)
Spooner's kick-ass drink (4,4)
Bloomers belonging to JFK's mother (5)
American woman in 40s who went into labor tries to maneuver emergency room to admit her, put on IV, start EKG (5,3,7)
One of the last things I do before I play violin, or sing, in Rent (8)
Composed all but first part of "Memory" (4)
Witch wears red French fiber (8)
Outspoken Ms. McClanahan, who portrays Blanche Deveraux — a saucy Southern dish (4)
(DOWN clue:) Prime rib over-done — give it to the dog (5)
What a girl will do when she gets up in the morning, I'm told, is to apply latex (9)
With today's current trends, guys first ought to put on condoms for "socializing" (7,9)
Starts to remove underwear — buttocks of runner showing evidence of inflammation (5)
Those who did something they regret bless rubbers? (5)
Regrettin' destruction (4)
An adult beverage. . . alternatively, a children's beverage; finish off with a bit of liquor. It's what everybody's talking about! (5,4)
Redhead uses wiles (5)
Get your rear end on an American battleship that is aching to leave for another country (6)
Get your rear end over here! Really — misbehave around one of my grandparents? (7)
Cattle-thief king crosses street (7)
Comedian says, "Babe, I got drunk" (4,5)
As of 1981, ABC soap opera is a successful series — many more winning seasons to come (5,4)
Cemetery evidently is inhabited by spirits (3)
Bakery item made with berry, nuts, and a bit of egg — and has a hole in the middle (3,5)

S
Mon dieu! Secure lab — mutations could occur (5,4)
Left the article in German, making us comparatively depressed (6)
Nicklaus ultimately takes one-iron to get out of trouble (4)
Part in Goodfellas, a gangster epic (4)
Sign a guitarist's cast (11)
Rev. Spooner's to make portraits of an Old Testament king and a New Testament apostle (5,4)
Loudly declare Benny a game-show host (5)
Hearts of palm in unpleasant appetizer (5)
Prime western city gripped by miserable times (5,4)
Weird aliens consisting largely of sodium chloride (6)
Sinful Sylvia gets a "Restricted" rating (displaying of bodily fluid) (8)
Anticipated having dinner salad I've prepared with a piece of turkey (9)
Craft lands around a constellation — a heavenly body whose motion was studied extensively in the mid-1900s (5,4)
Durán's uncle left, having caught 50 fish (6)
Swapped me Yoda's dog for a dogsled (7)
A hobbit deity's boat (6)
One attacked by spider says: "EMS? I was injured. Leg. Right." (7,6)
Loesser musical production gets rid of leading man, puts in a real spineless bunch of individuals that were found lying around on the beach (4,7)
/Like a beach that's small and unknown? (5)
\Come to a tiny island in the Pacific (4) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "W"]
Pitcher who was first person since 1900 to get 350+ strikeouts in a major-league season and second person to get strikeout in San Francisco fire (5,6)
Heads of state are necessarily educated, having good minds (4)
"Holding Ms. Bryant?" "Sorry — no alternative." "That's kosher." (8)
U.S. Republican candidate's recreational activity, accordin' to Rev. Spooner (5,5)
Charles Lubin-Baker's daughter got back to sing rap, jive, and a bit of soul in New York City (8,7)
Nuts sat on oaks in Canadian city (9)
One example from The Planets, which made it big on the charts. But by Jove, it's not as big as "Turn, Turn, . . ." (6)
Planet observed before neutron star exploded around the middle of January (6)
Moving slowly, Sauron rode out, originally crossed the borders with Ring (10)
South American gets consumption from ground meat (7)
Buck was changing a $10 bill (7)
Insect in South Carolina that can be cultivated to consume a vegetable (6,6)
Second time around, tooth decay is most alarming (8)
It's fun watching somebody else struggle with about a hundred feces (13)
One of seven illegitimate children of a sympathetic Nazi (9)
Shabby dress hardly matches with pullover shirt (8)
Education not completed, go to New England and start to row a boat (8)
Primarily, Sheldon Cooper is exploring nature, continuing Einstein's pursuit of knowledge about the universe (7)
Cutlass car is lost around tech school (8)
Bless Greg & Mac, making arrangements to accommodate 500 for breakfast (9,4)
Breakfast dish with jam set before French impressionist that is changing "A" to "G" (9,4)
Unusual order for M.D.s — e.g., crab legs for breakfast (9,4)
Show a movie short, Incan Heart: Cry of the Wolf-Bird (7,3)
"New places!! Set Scene R — the top! Somebody's reading for a part" (6,4)
Writing, "You are — as one would say — a friend in the Biblical sense" (12)
Look for you to restrict vocalization of a marine animal (3,8)
Peruse a Gullah excerpt describing bird (7)
Scallop, perhaps, from ocean's depths (8)
Stupid asses catching hell when they litter beaches (9)
Feeling queasy, cut short battleship call (7)
At the beach, disease runs rampant (7)
Said aloud in Spanish, "Yes!" and expressed contentment at the beach (7)
Establish a community around a Washington city (7)
Rev. Spooner quoting penitents' words, which may have a salty tang (3,4)
The Stock Exchange Commission, prior to the first of December, held on for a short period of time (also after the first!) (6)
Don't tell anyone this: Ray Green got drunk and put a lampshade on top of head at UN (9-7)
Go into battle with every one in division (3,6)
Note that the deposed leader got angry (7)
To boil, start a fire. Understand? (3,3,5)
Mexican-American pop singer, who died young, looked about fifty-one (6)
Mark traveling miles, working to get business (9)
Siren may go off where Spooner went (8)
Pervert Dennis abused colts when Sondheim wrote this (4,2,3,6)
Neighbor starting in to date girl from area around Saint-Louis (7)
What black South Koreans eat? (5,4)
Around 1, count goes after queen's mongrel: one after the other (12)
Composer taking a break after arranging nine marches & 1 rag (6,12)
One of Ents, one of hobbits, and one of Elves covered with dirty, unctuous substance (6,3)
Just after 6, First Lady escorted by two Poles (5)
Article in Spanish is about a city in Spain (7)
Darn! Get old, and become waste to be disposed of (6)
Was in stitches reading "Tumbleweeds"? (5)
Darn hospital ward — it stinks! (5)
Insect's exoskeleton conceals whether organism is male or female (3)
For example: female, 65, an RN, worked around Iowa! (12)
Heat outside coatings of pollen grains in vessel (8)
New development of senses around 11! (8)
Many beginning to think I got eaten by relations' large, ferocious beast (10)
Yes — to put it another way: with an "adults-only" rating, it's erotic (4)
Moslem potentate slinging hash (4)
Hurry up and get a malt and a drumstick (5,1,3)
Oops! Falling backwards, catching ham — but some gets in hair (7)
Peace hasn't changed this guy (6)
Senate and House leaders assembled before April 1st primary evenly divided (6)
Cagney portrayer, if collecting interest while losing nothing, would be hoarding more? (6,5)
Harps playing out of tune (5)
Herb gets hurt protecting Ms. Gilpin in a store at the mall (7,5)
Stallone is carrying some kind of instrument — like a knife (7)
Perform a tune about a madman going to pieces (10)
That woman has a place in John's heart (3)
/That woman has definitely begun to lose hair. . . (4)
\. . . And that woman? Softer, richer, more luxuriant (7) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "p"]
Get building material from Crazy Chester, OK? (5,4)
Tough cover girl appears in front of ladies (5)
Matt Dillon's job is, it sounds like, to divide things up among everyone, just in case (7)
Spooner's casual top will become Venus de Milo, for one (3-6)
Irish — i.e., Dublin — has hesitated to go forward (5)
A religious practice — it leads calf to mis-treatment? (9)
Out half-homosexual cartoon character (5)
Sounds like there are two rulers eliciting revulsion and fear (8)
Got bright and signed his initials on top of everything (5)
Stallone gets to dance with Mother — bet Don is playing the tune (4,3,4,6,2)
Porn show cast showing signs of age and abuse (8)
Crazy Horse Beach (5)
Mother, Terry's mom has problems recalling what just happened (5-4,6)
Member of a group that maintains the bearing of arms ought to be ultimately restricted (8)
Violin accessory makes playing Rode hurt less (8,4)
Hotdog booth was destroyed (8)
One who holds a demonstration in the rain? (6)
Moundsman's ideal tush (7)
Cuckoo clock the USTA almost makes required equipment for games on court (11)
A person who's close to me is a Liberal, ready to claim victory (7,4)
Vocally expressed dissatisfaction with faction (4)
Ed is English (8)
Important to interpret for the hearing-impaired whenever the speaker is unable to (11)
New: License to Kill (7)
Movie star, turning 50, invested in a little precious metal (6,4)
I am in trouble after starting scuffle with a gorilla (6)
When things get hot, I will replace you, ultimately to bring a reduced state of ferment (6)
Just start to sound mean (6)
Rat stealing perhaps $1000 (4)
Bass in sewer? (6)
The only one to confess twice (9)
Descending into the depths: in the devil's realm, he rules (7)
Seductive pitches resulting in father and son with $1000 getting a pole (5,4)
Assists middle sibling (3)
It's rude to remain seated (3)
Pose as novelist (3)
Ex sent broadcast claiming I like Liesl von Trapp (7)
Song about growing up poor (ten geese, no oxen), investing (7,5,2,9)
Take a songbird out for some recreation (13)
Rev. Spooner's assessing lizard in a sheet of ice (7,4)
Hurtled down a mountainside, threw up (5)
What silversmith is starting to do in his last piece shows talent (6)
Alpine enthusiasts wear these to avoid encounters with insects (3,5)
Even more terrifying for Spooner's dog (4,7)
Second time around track, foot gets struck (7)
Oft had shingles treated by tricky procedures (8,2,4)
Killed a great many (4)
A bit of sulfur combined with calcium carbonate yields an unpleasant slippery substance (5)
Haggard and Stallone penning new novel (8)
Criminal makes around 100 or so counterfeit dollars (10)
Wisecracking Rams running back appears before Soviet press (5-3)
Modeled garment — it's getting a little applause (10)
To make you confess about something, Papa's foul, inappropriate language finally provides a little encouragement (10,2,8)
Satisfied to capture one dragon (5)
Heads of state meeting in violent Middle East: it's a sign things are looking up (5)
My life's a mess. Going to church. (6,4)
Those on either side of Queen Elizabeth wearing most unusual apparel (7,6)
Piece of shrapnel in the flesh wound (6)
Caught with booze. . . beat it! (5,4)
Negative 225° outside! This is cold! (4)
Got close to being bankrupt — lend us around two thousand dollars (8)
Daytime serial's musical selection: soft rock (9)
Tears up boss's revision (4)
Sox games were played here in 2014 (5)
Mixed choirs going to America, then Thailand's uncompleted Olympics site (5,6)
Anagram-Acrostic by Greek philosopher (8)
Selection from Legends of the Piano (4)
Fortes misinterpreted! (6)
It's not so hard to make Bananas Foster (6)
Group that takes the heat for Al's personal mischief (5,6)
Prostitute is quite legal (7)
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy "more substantial" (7)
Biblical king with French name coming back after being alone (7)
Mr. R's oboe arrangement of "The Mexican Hat" (8)
My boy, a Texas premiere: "A Musical Offering" (6)
Boy in Madrid goes around with salad dressing for relative (3-2-3)
Boy and diminutive New York dancer wild about Houston's first '70s-era singing duo (5,3,4)
Shortly before the final, someone eliminates me (4)
College student shot hoops to shouts of encouragement (9)
Intimate friend is a fishwife, according to rumor (8)
Piano piece makes you seem blasé to audience (5,5)
Sales of bean crop getting higher (5)
Beginning of difficult course (6)
Distributes grain to some livestock (4)
/Half oyster cooked with some beans. . . (3)
\. . . is a Lent snack (7,8) [Out of alphabetical position, but solution does begin with "s"]
Very gently agitated, king of Italy starts to enter negotiations with it's people (7,5)
Spanish couple getting one room (5)
Room with handmade items includes Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo capsules and shuttles (10)
NASA worker's ID goes on top left (8)
Fashionable resort next to minority neighborhood — the last place I would go for Italian food (9)
Sigh. . . . PETA freaked out about piece of turkey in food (9)
A tune-crooning session with buddy — a bit drunk, they made a racket, but they're having a ball (8)
Almost set to take Dad to a show (8)
Any sepsis he suffers comes from hit Al Martino experienced in 1966 (7,4)
Hide pot inside $1000 bill, resulting in punishment (8)
Retire to resort, getting fat belly (5,4)
Gladiator to fight lion from the East, then you and me (9)
Joust with bronze-skinned Greek warrior (7)
Joust, pinning enemy leader with lance (5)
Operation on pecs provided opportunity, finally, to pick and choose (7)
Suspenseful 1994 film makes you go in small/large cup (5)
Beginners at Sara's Pastries finish making one cake and get another (5)
Balls and penis injured (5)
Maneuver-er was in GOP! (5,5)
Said, "Move slowly in opposite directions" (6)
Creative Poles to appear at Italian-American arts festival (7)
Take off swimsuit top. . . . It's gone! (5)
It's silverware — no two ways about it (5)
Inconsistent, undisciplined picadors (8)
Backwards relative has relations with sheep — this makes headlines in October 1957 (7)
Fighting with pigeon to get jewelry (10)
South Quito Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau Chiefs are behind 9 to 3 (6)
Rev. Spooner's horse to shriek as it becomes dinner (6,4)
Drama company takes pains to acquire 19th-century vehicles (12)
Steak is not well-done — this breaks Dracula's heart (5)
Delay is short, then not so short (5)
He played Rocky in "All in the Family"? (8)
Sly Si, shy I lie nigh by high guy (8)
Postage to Garden City insufficient; causes mad rampage (8)
Goodman and. . . and. . . Ullmann appearing in Bambi movie (5,3,7)
A basic food in our diet — it's rich in iron (6)
Famous actor that says, "Dirty rats!" (4)
Surrounded by fixated eyewitnesses, king gets naked in England (8)
In Germany, strong is the tuna (Das tut mir Leid, Karl!) (4-4)
Ambitious young actress terribly startled when top of dress comes off (7)
Bird looking intently around lake (8)
At night, glittery tarts going out around Long Island (7)
Celebrity's Latest Enterprise (8)
The night's luminary, Sen. Kennedy, began (7)
In early stages, celestial body consisting of hot plasma, metal, and an excessive amount of uric acid (8,3)
Start right away! (4)
Turkey hamburg tastes funny (6)
Form of transmission of syphilis, perhaps? (3)
It was necessary to steer Kate's convertible (5)
Enraged ape eats 1000 in central Niger (8)
Cheese plates prepared for event at Olympics (12)
Turning corner, cummings is bound with twine (8)
Caretaker to tread on a bit of freshly turned earth (10)
Submissive wife left veterinarian? (8)
Left beloved companions — two birds — at home with German scientist (7,7)
Left a note: "All dogs, cats, etc. must be removed. Hurry!" (4,2,2)
Silver E string broke around end of April (8)
Martial artist has a lot of water (half-gallon) after difficult events (6,6)
It's coming back very loud, with body (5)
Mixing pot with passion? (8)
Handy vehicle ousts bullies that would misbehave (2,5,5)
/Santa produces a baton around North Pole . . . . (2,4)
|When Elves showed up doing "Tannenbaum" on stage, . . . (5,3) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "F"]
\. . . a reindeer droned off-key (6) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "D"]
Stand displaying some pesto machines (7)
Abdominal pain brings cries of distress — in Germany, complicated tomes have been written about it (11)
/Doctor, doesn't using drugs. . . (6)
\. . . cause abuse of alcohol? (5) [Out of alphabetical position, but solution does begins with "s"]
Small drink at 1: bad weight-loss plan? (4,6)
Popular favorite in 1965 America's Cup: Station ID (4,2,3,4,2,4)
Lady-in-waiting: put a cork in it! (8)
One brought me here to shop until 5 with $1000 (5)
With Rains at first, Mantle is caught in a rundown (6)
Poor Mother's watery from sentimental '40s tune (6,7)
Tale of Troy's destruction (5)
In collection of tales, British patriot follows seditious leader and gets put down as a suspect (9)
Mrs. Lincoln let Abe wear one of these; hip Pat vetoes "Tricky" (9,3)
Dr. Su, aviarist, playing violin (12)
Sing about a locomotive that's working almost beyond its capabilities (9)
Rent his thing for a song (9,2,3,5)
Levels with Ruby — a calculated move (9)
Saint Peter, beheaded, messed up road (6)
Seized by unusual lassitude, little Bull Moose noisily rubs legs together (11)
Gypsy's journey to South American country cut short (8)
Harlots play with dogs and cats (9)
Plaster your walls and drastically cut cost without a bit of trouble (6)
Playboy sent out to college men (8)
Clueless doctor puts me on drugs initially (7)
Nuts, bananas, and a piece of kumquat were rotten (5)
Lying on beach with two-piece: breathtaking (8)
Dead end? I put bus back in reverse! Simple! (6)
"Tidy up! It's messy!" "Nonsense!" (9)
Wonderful with fruit on top? (7)
For example, a puzzle takes me halfway back to sink (8)
Suit worn by "Crazy" Bob R. Shepard for early type of space flight (10)
Bananas in Bab's Uterus: They love it in Pasadena, in New Rochelle, in Evanston. . . (12)
Back American B'way production by New York's underground movement (6)
"Where did USC play before? Rose?" "It was in the Sugar Bowl" (7)
Gloomy Nell approaches you and me from behind (6)
Almost defile Russian guy, who hosted old TV variety show? (8)
Cultivated tulips on Ma's field, next to bridge (3,10)
Spooner speaks of comparatively moody animal actress (6,4)
Sitting under natural blazing ultraviolet rays, not shaded, initially gives this result! (8)
A star, the main character, goes around topless in Sweet Dish (6)
It's in the East: a bright star — according to Romans, king is captivated (7)
Heard at wedding: doctor sues nurses in middle of prostatectomy (7,6)
Second tune's "Lousy Way to End the Day" (6)
Lois's boyfriend is a terrific guy (8)
Male genetic material gets you an extraordinary hero (8)
The evening meal: a piece of steak followed by an amphetamine pill (6)
Wine and dine (though not necessarily in that order) and pay for it all (7)
Medical procedure crippled us, Gerry (7)
Country where U.S. Marine is injured (8)
Without question, squirrel, when disturbed, becomes comparatively ill-tempered (7)
"Like Dali's work?" "No, Al. Why?" "It's all the rage in Oklahoma." (6)
Pay close attention: listen to what pub waitresses do (7)
Bird in flight wows all (7)
Bird was not right on top of nest (4)
A set of items (tools) gets returned: that's a bad sign (8)
Ladies' watches inlaid with piece of fabric (6)
Derelict washes pots in nonunion workplaces (10)
This wine contains things you'd expect to see in a pig sty (5)
Terribly unwise to ingest fluid — you'll get a disease (5,3)
Song from soprano, Ms. Ryder, a celebrity, embraces booze for the whole family (8,2,1,4)
His words had a sharp, cutting edge (5)
/Declared pathological love for a tree, . . . (8)
|. . . provocatively removing clothes for Rep. O'Neill's orchard, according to Rev. Spooner, . . . (10) [Out of alphabetical position, but solution does begin with "s"]
\. . . recited oration topless for one tree (5) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "p"]
Committed adultery, perhaps? To stray, it is said, can be a pattern of behavior that indicates a psychological disorder (8)
Plot summary: Dad's other daughter gets on horse's back (8)
Heard fortune teller blame New York city (8)
Second half of fertilized egg dividing; two male chromosomes in alignment (6)

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Devastated batboy loses love's cat (5)
Strategist said to nail Renaissance painting (9)
Sounds like the kind of blood some people have in the capital of Taiwan (6)
Words of consent — "Yes, OK?" — immature somehow (4,2,2,5)
Bats' feet, moa heart: token sacrifice (4,3,3,3,4)
Strayhorn masterpiece in a teak exchange outside unfinished movie house (4,3,1,5)
Mark tube "Damaged"; last three items in package resent (4,7)
For a Hamburger, everything is stacked between one piece of toast and another piece of toast, higher than any other (7)
/A man sat around outside with a Mexican entree. . . (7)
\. . . as Ben cooked and Eric set out traditional Mexican side dishes (5,3,4) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "b"]
Having used an oven to get darker skin and hair, I will get a hospital room (8)
Recording group cutting back on activity (8)
Sat around before craze in Australian region (8)
/Before 11, college assistant coach. . . (4)
|. . . taking a look at #6, excellent footballer. . . (7) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "v"]
\. . . playing for Gladiators, a US college team (7,6) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "F"]
Instructor punished cheater (7)
"Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything" vocal arranged as a popular song (3,3,3)
Eat several bananas — save one of ripest to make a beverage ingredient (3,6)
Approximately 5 mL sulfate preparation placed around openings of patient's orifices before operating (11)
(DOWN clue:) Senator Kennedy, Democrat, extremist on the fringes, is rising through the ranks (3)
Creature from outer space comes back, destroys the choppers (5)
60% of adolescents object to babies' activity (8)
Shelter was placed next to athletic club's present location (3-6)
Daughter, minidress must cover extremities (7)
The wren: odd bird (4)
Coretta's art: sculpted clay figures (5-6)
Monster's ears somewhat pointed (5)
How to pack right combination of shapes: deal in unreal estate? (10)
One could affirm that Rose's sexual organ is in-offensive? (9)
Shoutest "Amen!" to portion of Biblical reading (9)
Encounter with two aliens returning to summer in France (4-1-4)
A (P)resident from here promised otherwise, but we get new taxes (5)
Not good at sex, guys from here have reputation for drilling and boasting (5)
TEXAS CITIES AND TOWNS SERIES: (wordplay only)
       Darling daughter dropped a lot of weight (9)
       Piece of solder joins gold and tin (6)
       Sleeping accommodation for 500 (7)
       Filthy rich dropped in — it's to eat fantastic fowl from the Orient (6,7)
       100 ocarinas playing (9)
       Tossed salad with lite topping (6)
       Poorly curated (7)
       Someone other than Beatty directed Western (6)
       Help a sojourner to get around (2,4)
       Use less nuts, not a bit of salt (6)
       Like Caesar's tea? Heartbroken when leading exchange agents are out? (4,5)
       Reginald's an eccentric (5,6)
       On drugs? Go to Parkland, silly! (8,4)
       Shouts at ex on broadcast (7,5)
       Rush frantically to put on a shirt (5)
       Vigilante's head in maddening hold (6)
       Like a bulletin (6)
       A DC-(6)
       Guys circle around ring (7)
       EMS quite incompetent (8)
       Fail to achieve collision with charged particle (7)
       Literary tribute left behind (6)
       A strategy to get something accomplished after first 14 approaches have failed? (5)
       Western type of film about wines (10)
       Cast Ann as a singing clown (3,7)
       Swiss hero gets to make a mistake (7)
       He : she (3,6)
       Shot a cow (4)
       Rev. Spooner's "quill"? (11)
       Around 1, a witch stumbles and tumbles (7,5)
A couple of those joints. . . start to smoke — not giving satisfaction (9)
The last of Margaret & Henry's $1000, 1.6-nanogram turkey is eaten on this holiday (12)
Somewhat touched, holding hanky, expressing this! (5,3)
Love song is gibberish to a hamster (5,5)
Place in my city to get a hot meal cooked (3,5)
Shipwrecked? Oh, great. (3,4)
Making a display of the pop art I collected: all Lichtenstein originals (10)
Pop group will go east, then turn right, going into Egyptian city (3,3,4)
A poem about a little woman (not a model) wearing briefs (3,5)
Eric Brahinsky heads into the sunset to lead a city in Egypt (6)
1948 film "Thebes/Troy: Sea Clash" . . . 4.54 euros (3,4,5,2,3,5)
Article: "Affluent Community Takes a Holiday for a TV Show" (3,7,11)
'60s teeny-bopper group doing article on bovine diseases (3,8)
A sense of foreboding respect somehow surrounds that man (3,6)
A movie in which Martians appear out of sorts: they hate this latte Rod sold (3,3,3,5,5,5)
Do 360 around Sullivan in action film (3,5,5)
Unmatch'd opera (3,6,8)
Superhero with ugly teeth captures naive one (3,5,6)
Uninhibited set of bathers tries exposing this! (5,7)
The recipients of our income tax: it belongs to them (6)
Wilder film not for Mussolini, but I would say for those other people (6)
Awkwardly handing kite to Asian-based song-and-dance team? (3,4,3,1)
Article making a connection with old Disney film (3,4,4)
Led Roth along a crooked path frequently to fish; Roth's head was lost in a book (3,4,2,3,5)
Those particular people would be residents of Rivendell, east of the Mississippi (10)
Those people going to America with manic criminal Prof. Harold Hill (3,5,3)
Tom Hanks starts to pitch movie (3,7)
Newspaper article on "Stormy Ike" (3,3,4,5)
Half of seminary study couldn't possibly investigate a subject without starting where one's ancestors came from (3,3,7)
Getting sleepy behind the wheel: a way to meet your Maker? (8)
Stravinsky opera about construction of reservoir, in Japanese? (3,5,8)
What a dancer wore: a pullover shirt covering a large bra, synthetic sheer hose (3,3,5)
Bizet? He reminds some of a 20th-century musician/engineer/inventor (8)
Spooner's the fairy in four operas and one ballet (3,4,2,6)
Beginning of "Titan" by Mahler played with warmth (7)
Broke mother's bottle (7)
Juanita's beautiful, wearing two pullover shirts and swallowing a bit of tea — this can help to keep warm (10)
Skipping the middle, the stegosaurus reads a book of synonyms (9)
Tunes Ms. Andrews's vehicle (3,5,2,5)
S for "Spooner," c for "cosmologists" (3,5,2,5)
See? Her tooth gets broken in a vaudeville act (3,5,7)
Evelyn's last letter to Spooner is made into a movie (3,6,2,2)
In a movie, Malcolm-Jamal Warner's character embraces Ian McKellen's character in front of Henry Winkler's character (which shall remain nameless) (3,6,2,2)
Composite sketch in front of Times even failing to show crook (5)
Be thoughtful — don't use all the ink (5)
First lady described in article as "a flower" (7)
"To undergo metamorphosis, Diane's moths must take in oxygen," says inventor (6,6)
He painted a portrait of Amos R. Houston, a big Revolutionary general, on top of horse (6,12)
Considered Utah city VIP intellectually stimulating (7-9)
Pattern sometimes seen on streets: having gotten heroin, prepare to use needle (6)
Trio got together — by mistake, swallowed Spanish gin cocktail in front of bar around 0500 in London: this propelled dozens to drink (5-5, 11)
The Queen left during the "Twist and Shout" number (5,8)
Made pottery, I hear — finished? (5)
Ms. Turner keeps incredibly humble? That's a fairy tale! (10)
Ned hurt badly as a result of lightning strike (7)
Herb cutting off Geoffrey's tongue for you (3)
Sounds like an old watch-dog's problem (5)
With this detergent, you get change back? (4)
Even at five?! (3)
Give money to church — $1000 — to get ecumenical leader not to get married (3,3,4)
Football player didn't stay loose, lost energy (5,3)
Vow that I'll sport a dude's dicky (4,5,2,2,4)
Prison sentence at end: I am free at last! (4)
This happens when you're having fun with Herb's noisy zippers (4,5)
Naughty Kristen is fooling around (7)
Heartless character can sometimes display humanity (3,3)
Old photo showing, in color, club and gym (7)
Serengeti ram is usually around food (8)
/Toddler's first train ride. . . getting sleepy. . . (5)
\. . . may nod off for 24 hours (6) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "M"]
I'm shooting horses around a town in Oklahoma (10)
Ship-wrecked? I can't comprehend it (7)
Red giant has silicon core (6)
I'm nuts! . . . nuts! . . . before time to rocket launch (1-5)
Hamlet's soliloquy is starting! O, better not boo — that's rude (2,2,2,3,2,2)
Replacing blockhead with dynamic leader within the board sounds extremely appealing (2,3,3)
Head to small island, remove swimsuit top (6)
Fresh apple torte I put in tissue (6,5)
Ordered poi platter, which includes a piece of egg roll? (6,5)
Instructed Hustler center-fold to remove top (4)
Tooled around in the Holy City? (6)
Two cats getting some liver (8)
Cruise-ship embarkment terminals where Hallux went (2,6)
One says it when meditating in gratitude for actor (3,5)
Cat runs in circles before beginning to wail after midnight (8)
Youngest decapitated when playing mouth organs? (7)
Repairman's friend also beginning to like to live outside of Larchmont (4,4)
Roll with honey (7)
Drink fifth of whiskey, sometimes called "Satan's heartless brew," in U.S. capital (6,6)
Good day, Tam! (3,2,3,7)
Reagan in dog of a movie from 1939: A Place in Canada (7)
First letter of twelve or thereabouts in trunk (5)
Use it to make an enchilada — if you do it the wrong way (the whole enchilada) it goes to garbage (8)
Turtle egg is seized by mischievous otter (8)
Child to put on a shirt (3)
Baby, that guy's distillery outside includes a still (2,4,3)
Baby short-tail deer falteringly and unsteadily made its way (8)
Audience of 2,000,000,000 will catch beginning of "Raging Whirlwind" (11)
Turns out this could be mineral! (10)
People shouldn't park here in area after undocumented passenger is decapitated (3-4,4)
Birds flitting around wet hose (7)
For example, Paris, France, is a suburb of Saint Louis (4,3,7)
Bring back art in school! (5)
Garfunkel goes back to Los Angeles to pen a set of nonsense lyrics (3-2-2)
Beginning of toccata by French composer: a man who can transport you? (6,5)
Gold and jewels in a small Mesopotamian village, guarded by a forest dweller (8)
Three times as high (6)
"Tripping: karate violation takes away two highest marks," he rules (8)
Incisive pair of travelogues are delightful (9)
Fresh fruit cored and put on the French dessert (6)
One in three children taking vacation by lake get decapitated (7)
Win hearts of beautiful girls, exquisite young women, shapely sylphides (7)
Pierre's dead — left part of skeleton in Dorsey's possession (8)
Thoroughly defeat opponent in rigged recount (7)
Spooner's shoe: something to step on an insect — that sucks! (4,3)
Long part of elephant by the ears gets swallowed; dimension is shortened (9)
Eliot playing an air for empress (7)
It makes tooting sounds within bathtub audible (4)
Start to titter at chop suey ad by Bond-film actress (7,4)
You finally split? That's awful! Here are some flowers (6)
Body parts shortened one day around 2001 (7)
Jacket from Texas worn by you to Tokyo (6)
Cute bird's song cut short (4)
One of two asthmatics sometimes not using heroin—they're plucky? (8)
Dozens of technicians wire heads onto bodies of LotR characters (7)
Bobbsey: "Iciest places around are Minneapolis and St. Paul." (4,6)
Bobbseys take in wayward Eisenhower, are sweet Hostesses (8)
Traditional Father's Day gifts get an amused reaction — they're sweet (8)
Song: "Two times two like some large deer / Left by Temple in the rear." (7,7,6,4)
Excerpt from "Wildcat Woman" number (3)
Minuet (wonderful selection) goes (1)(2) (3)
You, you, & I, a few years ago (3,8,3)

U
Said: "You had odontalgia, Sergeant. This started a chain reaction." (1-3)
Crazy Glue in Sis's nose and rear end creates unpleasant scene (8)
Undergraduate student beginning to teach Voltaire in translation? I can't quite visualize that (11)
40% of Union brigade massacred by D. Long, following an order from N. Webster (10)
Traveling around end of plain (9)
Bud, Len, & I arranged fantastic music (2,3,2)
Start to remove garb, as I will be expelled from workers' group, replaced by a bum (8)
It's not nice to intimidate an older couple (5,3,4)
Su McLean traveling to see U.S. Representative (5,3)
Abolitionist writing from columnist Eban C. Wild (5,4,5)
Get Stowe novel in cathouse after I've had enough (5,4,5)
Starting off understandably nervous, Clapton recorded Unplugged (9)
Count held criminal naked (9)
Grounded offense of Wichita State in 2013 NCAA semifinal basketball game (8)
Subject to compulsion to go out without a coat around the middle of January (5,6)
Made point emphatic: There wasn't enough offense to win the game (11)
"And he," said the German, "did not lie. Got that?" (10)
Pair of panties comes back to life? (6)
Altering NY gun ID makes you immortal (7)
Can't get around maritime measure — it's just inconceivable (12)
Doomed, one French fish caught by strong Italian (11)
Meese finally appears with letter for North in uniform, stating he was "not told about what was going on" (10)
One that is unfit must lose a bit of flab from midsection (4)
I've run poorly in Track and Field everywhere (11)
In a manner not worthy of recording, saying, "In France, one of. . . . One of France's. . . . Here in France. . . . In wartime, France. . . ." (12)
Not favored, but Ron Paul upbeat (9)
Saturn crashes after 180º turn, splattering date with some oil (11)
Nude criminal seizing small cat by his head — it comes out none the worse for wear (9)
One of Pierre's and my eels is cooked improperly (8)
United Nations has put an end to people not having occupational abilities (9)
Flustered nuns maintain derogatory remark not uttered (8)
Fixed Irv's new gun — it's true to the mark (10)
Improper in the old days to confront Beaver's dad (8)
Relaxes in Australian pub outside of Darling Downs (7)
πZN heads left, perhaps to prepare to expel a member? (5)
Breeding is deplorable: burp, stinking of gin — twice (10)
Members of this social class "finally got a piece of the pie" (5,5)
Place higher grade on electric vehicle (5,5)
Proper snob in dilapidated hut (7)
/Uranium, plutonium, lead contaminated town around central Wisconsin, yet. . . (2,2,3)
\. . . no one but Eric sprouted two heads (4) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "b"]
You controlled America from another planet? (6)
Birthplace of Abraham Caruso's song about spasm and hives (9)
Some of you sang "America" (3)
Not worth it to skimp (7)
Oil well sometimes blows top, making shower? (5)
She's in your shower (5)
We will find these few moments to be together, or it's over between you and me (2,4)
Note from small Texas college (2)
Monarch polishing off two sides of beef completely (7)
Speak in front of base, endlessly and exhaustively (7)
Shortly, you ought to start taking variable amount of money from wife (7)

V
Octave D in "A Vagabond Went Traveling" (10)
Galactic archenemy invaders getting away with grievous sin (5)
State quickly to animal: "Scat!" (7)
It's plain someone like Elbereth keeps nothing hidden (7)
6,500 claiming news service lacking in substance (5)
Wandering around in Rome: six stray collegiate athletes (7)
One way to prevent children from misbehaving: say to 'em, "Control volume quickly!" (9)
Lawbreaker not around when tainted soda put in circulatory medicine (11)
Part of terrace among vandal's destruction in Germany (9)
The smallest of all states: "I got caught between two vessels west of town." (7,4)
NLF are using an electronic device (3)
Arrive after 4, get a bacon-lettuce-and-tomato sandwich without the tomato but with an extra piece of lettuce, perhaps (9)
Red, slippery substance turned into disgusting creatures (9)
A couple of cameramen getting inside Liv Tyler, moving up and down (10)
Singer's bad act includes "Westbound Wanderer" (3,6)
The provincial ruler has a sinful indulgence, Mr. Rogers (7)
Venezuelan leader & I dined informally before he left country (7)
Native arranged to lead me southeast from Asian country (10)
Watch most of Wives Gone Wild (4)
Between 5 and 10, I drink until bourbon's finished — that's a lot! (12)
Rockin' Elvis nails "Bad Girl" (10)
Renaissance cat might have used this versus one barking Alabama dog (5,2,5)
Musical instrument, a Bundy, is abused (8)
Lawbreakers using antique instrument to roast nuts (9)
Purple passion of Renaissance music buffs — and in Latin (6)
For example, Gagliano's French wine contains cooking oil (6)
Playing role with conviction in my onstage performance (6,8)
Absent from Congress: a small midwestern state and an eastern state (8)
Selection from soprano is Ives's "Backward Glimpse" (6)
X/2 = charge on atom, it appears (6)
Guests: After 6, be seated or stand up front (8)
Paint vapors, not nearly enough air, sickened Austrian musicians (3,6)
Five (perhaps six) letters get woman to start falling in love madly with Soviet premier (6)
If it's decomposed, it's "true luv" for a buzzard (7)

W
Widow of Edward the Third (1)
Dr Pepper shot a cow (4)
/Somewhere in Texas, a cow screwed. . . (4)
\. . . a horse I'd transported from the old country (8) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "R"]
Laywoman has right to lie about age (5)
I will get in pool with a servant (6)
Drugstore treated large wens (9)
Retroactive ordinance to allow for Bill's Place? (6)
I'd swallow trendy cocktail from Mickey's Place (4,6,5)
Thurber character with fantasies: Write criminal law, then four years as President, then I assemble leaders of Tibet, Tanzania, and Yemen (6,5)
Johann Strauss II taking a stroll around Tanzania (5,4)
"Hazy Ulster Dawn" is showing. Want to go? (10)
Raw waste makes big stink (3)
Angry brawler gives the bird? (7)
"Mr. Cleaver, what might one wear when relaxing at home?" "All the clothes one owns." (8)
/ Heated conflict beginning in Mediterranean. . . (6)
\. . . Woman with a gun concluded, "It's like the same old stuff being rehashed" (6-4)
One who believes in fighting to get nice ass cuts out snack, essentially (9)
Can make room thaw! (6)
Guards now roaming around immigration center in an effort to limit traffic in controlled substances (3,2,5)
What Sulu might use to get to battle is not what Sioux might use to go into battle (3,5)
Fighting with a Republican faction (7)
Animal crackers worth a thousand dollars (7)
Saw nothing unusual in American state (10)
Revelry brings on prizewinner's heart attack (7)
Liquid wet a drought, without "dought"! (5)
Observation around hospital ward: entertainer's first stunt went wrong — subject is in a vegetative state? (5,8)
Trike was broken; I burn last $1000 on some sports equipment (5,6)
Was going to get rest finally, but he heard a Bell (6)
Get great Polish car (3)
Can Meadows be a comedian? (1,1,6)
The place to make fun of a person's shortcomings publicly, and know how it feels to be in an Indian's shoes (4,9)
Part of bird was covered with plaster shell — according to Spooner, it could be "warm and moist" (7,8)
My partner and I finally decided to get married (3)
Marriage of Otis to Elmer (7)
/Winged cuckoo gets released at end of nuptials. . . . (7)
|. . . They're starting out. Too bad he's a dog. . . . (4) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "t"]
\. . . He's not right for that woman (3) [Out of alphabetical position: solution begins with "s"]
About 14.3% of the time, Saddam tortured an ooky person (9,6)
Kay in vocal with a musical satirist (5,2,8)
Woman spat around 45 inches, thereby getting rich (4-2-2)
Darling girl's fast-food chain (6)
Seeger's song partner to arrive here in pursuit of blue whales? (2,5,8)
Cook stew at 270º (4)
Stagecoach comes to border, is first of procession to reach this place to have a part of the world for all Americans to call their own (7,10)
Chaps brag (7,4)
Carpenters hit head of nail after E. von Wyle construction project around South Bronx, emphasizing green-materials use, starts (4,4,4,5)
Ahab's obsessed with it, for crying out loud (7)
I can't hear you with cap (4)
Sat with Gordon Shumway? That is a question asked by Burt Bacharach and Hal David (5,2,3,5,5)
We ate his disgustingly nutritious cereal (8)
Drive away, or fiddle around with Vanna's equipment? (5,2,7)
TV show guy entered, tortured 14 fowl (5,2,7)
Coachman takes mid-5th-century pope, embracing an illustrious predecessor, to a brief tour appearance (11)
We will embrace rap, like Vanilla Ice? (5)
Tea-party attendee, carousing with Episcopalian chief clergyman, has a bit of tea (5,6)
Complains pathetically about it: "Ew!!! You should never serve these with red meat!" (5,5)
Fish cooked with gin (7)
It's all there, but it sounds like something's missing (5)
Wise old bird says it: "2x(3.14+2.718)" — and gets a chocolate-and-cream treat (7,3)
Yells"uh-oh!" (6)
(DOWN clue:) What person is the station's #1 SOB, to come up with that sitcom starring Tony Danza and Judith Light? (4,3,4)
Bear seen in natural habitat — that is where I should be (5)
Spooner's kid suspicious of cough medicine flavoring (4,6)
Bill bank clerk presented without hesitation: he got his point across perfectly (7,4)
Can this hero spare his son's provisions for his heirs? I'm putting the odds at 50-50 (7,4)
Legendary country singer has smash hit: "Sell Oil 'n' Wine" (6,6)
Some of them weep with pathetic cries of pain (7)
SRO for Queen (7)
Elmer's band takes second to Paul's band (5)
Selection from Willow, in G, sung by pop/rock band (5)
WWI film earns around $1000 (5)
Vehicle goes to NW Begonia, turns (9)
Now I become tipsy, drunk (4)
Bringing sunshine for you ------- and you lose some? (7)
Liberated Women is cheerful (7)
Psychotic writes I, a Flowering Shrub (8)
Practitioner of non-mainstream religion forms with-it church (5)
Comedy-man Skelton collapsed (8)
Curled up with injured deer (8)
Di, we hardly have the right to be shriveled up (8)
Explosion of white, scarlet, and perhaps brown (8)
Got tired of accompanying "Reed Rhapsody" (8)
Having drunk White Russian, got sleepy (8)
Perfectly describes vehicle that can't pull a trailer (7,1,5)
Playfully elbows Bob's head inside, has shakes (7)
(DOWN clue:) Going up-stream to find an animal (4)
Trouble catching an insect? Save time: go after females (8)
Where a fetus develops a beating heart, becoming a living organism (6)
Cause to eliminate dominance of M & M's in bowel movement (6,3)
Received prize money in Korea (3)
Broken-down mower taken to an amazingly powerful lady (6,5)
One of women left door unclosed, and a lot of people saw this (4)
Court-room done in mahogany, perhaps (6)
Woman precooked wild fowl (10)
Seduce leader of Defense and Labor in cabinet (8)
Allen to court his ex-partner's second husband's second wife. Or not. (5)
Director says dancing lady will wear fleecy new yellow-and-orange top (5,5)
International creditor's poor, bald niece starting to go into labor (5,4)
Pop plowed acre that was obtained when war ended (5,5)
Les throws screwball, but it's no good (9)
Worker, so to speak (6)
Writes notes to object to making motions that twist and distort (8)
We heard, "Spoil me, Mr. Reagan. Get the fencing equipment." (7,4)

X
Three leaders of Chicago 10 (1)
According to Rev. Spooner, Harrison despised speaking Cockney for sexy movie (1-5)

Y
Urkel may bust a cap on yo head (8)
Burglar leaves you with egg on your face? (4)
Utter a cry of pain, like a coward (6)
It's on the Arabian Peninsula, you guys (5)
Hey, son! Weave a song! (3,2,4,2,7)
Top SF councilmember to bless returning brat (4)
Excerpt from Barney ode, "Le rondeau d'un alpiniste," perhaps (7)
Hall of Fame catcher in Reconstruction Era: Big Roy (4,5)
Ring in New Year — not a word about the old days! (4)
Application: scoop slime on the lips around Christmas. . . . As the saying goes: lack of action means failure (3,6,3,4)

Z
Cast in the midst of blaze — a lot stricter for fanatics (7)
It's freezing! Coziness rules all over the place, except the poles (4,7)
Religious man's collection of animals not complete: must add a chicken, perhaps (9)
Perhaps old Persian menagerie has one of rarest rats in a wild state (11)
Ceramics not finished cuz I will be outside playing squash (8)


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