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Danger Zone

Across 

1. LP player 
5. Baking soda amounts, usually; abbr. 
9. “No ___ done” 
13. Inside the NBA analyst, to fans 
14. 1492 Columbus discovery 
16. “I cannot tell ___”; 2 wds. 
17. Cause for a lawsuit
18. 11th century Spanish hero 
19. “Goldberg Variations” composer 
20. SHARKS 
23. Warner Brothers indoor locale 
24. Warner Brothers outdoor locale 
25. SHARKS 
31. Balloon filler 
32. “Football On Your Phone” rapper Manning 
33. Handy 
35. Interjections akin to “oops!” 
38. The Jungle Book python
40. “Baloney!” 
41. All the King’s Men woman 
42. General Hospital extra, for short 
44. Anger 
45. SHARKS 
49. “Abort!” key 
50. Librarian’s admonishment 
51. SHARKS 
58. Animal on New Zealand’s $1 coin 
59. “Gambling Capital of the World” 
60. “Find Your Own Road” sloganeer 
62. It’s pumped at the gym 
63. As a friend, in France; 2 wds. 
64. A Day Without Rain New Ager 
65. Babysit 
66. Cathedral city of Siberia 
67. Actor Connery or Penn

Down 

1. DDE’s predecessor 
2. “Breakfast All Day” chain 
3. M*A*S*H actor Jamie
4. Stanford Binet, e.g. 
5. Plays on the West End 
6. Pepper partner 
7. ___ de gallo 
8. Ado 
9. Zoo recreations 
10. “Ah, me!” 
11. Abundantly supplied 
12. “Big deal” 
15. Tennyson poem 
21. ___ Moines, Iowa 
22. Becloud, as a windshield; 2 wds. 
25. Anti-infidel crusade 
26. Become eaten away 
27. Breed 
28. Apothecary containers 
29. It meant nothing to Caesar 
30. Dirty look
31. The “island continent”; abbr. 
34. “Concentration” pronoun 
36. Collective intelligence 
37. Shaky situation 
39. “Angry Birds,” e.g. 
43. Brand pitched by a brown bunny 
46. “ ___ all ye faithful” 
47. America’s largest campus, for short 
48. Project stages 
51. “I found this for you” speaker 
52. “Beat you!”; 2 wds. 
53. Second prefix? 
54. “Git!” 
55. Club for bulk buyers 
56. “Great” dog 
57. “I ___ Little Prayer” (Dionne Warwick hit); 2 wds. 
58. Batman co-star Basinger 
61. Blacklist

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