Newsday.com Crossword Answers – Jun 16 2019

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Across

CluesAnswers
"And you believe that?"REALLY
"Dirty Dancing" fatherJERRYORBACH
"Doggone it!"DRAT
"Father of the Bride" (1991) fatherSTEVEMARTIN
"I, Robot" authorASIMOV
"It’s my concern . . ."IFEAR
"Meet the Parents" fatherROBERTDENIRO
"Mrs. Doubtfire" fatherROBINWILLIAMS
"That’s true, but . . ."EVENSO
"The Descendants" fatherGEORGECLOONEY
"The Godfather" fatherMARLONBRANDO
"The Pursuit of Happyness" fatherWILLSMITH
"To Kill a Mockingbird" fatherGREGORYPECK
"We Bought a Zoo" fatherMATTDAMON
"Wizard of Oz" settingKANSAS
"__ Finest Hour" (Churchill book)THEIR
A Bobbsey twinNAN
Acapulco abodeCASA
Accelerate, with "up"REV
Actor Maguire’s real first nameTOBIAS
Advertising awardsCLIOS
Arrow on some roadsONEWAY
Baby buzzardNESTLING
Back muscle, brieflyLAT
Bacon servingSTRIP
Bar arrayRYES
BelittleABASE
Brightly plumed birdsORIOLES
Camel cousinALPACA
Campus officialsDEANS
Capone, for much of the ’30sINMATE
Car wash workerDETAILER
Church featuresSTEEPLES
Clumsy onesCLODS
Colgate competitorORALB
Complained aboutDECRIED
Country singer SteveEARLE
County Kerry’s landEIRE
Crashing soundBAM
Cuts back onPARES
Dating websiteEHARMONY
Decide to compete inENTER
Deletes, with "out"XES
Development phasesSTAGES
Diminutive rascalIMP
Doesn’t lackHAS
Dow Jones figAVG
Dramatizes, as an old battleREENACTS
French-born designerDIOR
Frequent fryersOILS
Frequent st. crosserAVE
German sausage, for shortBRAT
Gilda once of "SNL"RADNER
Golf great’s nicknameARNIE
Goulash, for instanceSTEW
Grove elementTREE
Harms severelyMAIMS
Heavy weightTON
Holden’s "Catcher in the Rye" brotherALLIE
Holder of emergency suppliesGOBAG
Hosp. professionalsRNS
Hosp. professionalsDRS
Indian flatbreadNAAN
Indonesian apeORANG
Insole materialGEL
Italian name meaning "bearlike ones"ORSINI
Jaunty tuneLILT
Jogger’s gadgetIPOD
Kimono accessoryOBI
Laugh-a-minute personHOOT
Leave or deduct, with "off"TAKE
Light spraysMISTS
Management levelTIER

Down

CluesAnswers
May honoreeMOM
Middle of the 11th centuryMLI
Miles awayAFAR
MotionlessINERT
Name on the cover of "The Fountainhead"AYN
Natural sootherALOE
Naval builderSEABEE
Neck of the woodsAREA
Neighbor of PakistanIRAN
On the dotSHARP
Painted canvas that rotatesSPINART
Parked oneselfSAT
Place to grazeLEA
Plasterer’s stripLATH
Pointless to discussMOOT
Publicity guy, for shortPRMAN
Puzo’s final novelOMERTA
Reach acrossSPAN
Ready to snoozeTIRED
Reason to be bouncedNOID
Redeems, with "in"CASHES
Rest against, with "on"LEAN
Rolls-Royce’s current ownerBMW
S&L window statCDRATE
ScoundrelRAT
Sense of styleTASTE
Sensory stimuliODORS
Shattered glassSHARDS
Significant periodERA
Sir Elton John’s instrumentPIANO
Sitar selectionRAGA
Slow exercise systemTAICHI
Soccer stadium criesOLES
Some MIT gradsEES
Something held in a penINK
Songs of praiseHYMNS
Sooner, affectionatelyOKIE
Sound from a sheepBLEAT
Sphere under a chairCASTER
Sprinter’s assignmentLANE
Starfish rayARM
Starter for busOMNI
Starter like mono-UNI
Stir to angerRILE
Stock up onAMASS
Stone of "La La Land"EMMA
Stroll with a swaggerSTRUT
Strong impulsesYENS
SubleasedRELET
Sweeping storyEPIC
Synthetic fabric endingLON
The latest happeningsNEWS
ThroughENDED
Toasted sandwich, for shortBLT
Tokyo-based watchmakerSEIKO
Tomato often used for pasteROMA
Trickle slowlySEEP
Ultimate goalAIM
Unaffiliated: AbbrIND
Up to the taskABLE
Violent outburstPAROXYSM
Vise componentJAW
Vocalist RonstadtLINDA
Votes in favorYEAS
Votes in favorAYES
Water near the Eiffel TowerSEINE
What Sondheim rhymed with "amigos"EGOS
When many get lunchATNOON
Winged stingersWASPS
Without missing __ABEAT
Woe for WoodsBOGEY
Word hollered in ". . . Streetcar . . ."STELLA
Workplaces for 73 Across and 121 DownORS