USA Today Crossword Answers – Aug 12 2019

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‘Bad Boy’ singer Gloria ESTEFAN
‘Beat it!’ SCAT
‘Beloved’ author Morrison TONI
‘Criminal Minds’ network CBS
‘Frasier’ father MARTINCRANE
‘Luther’ star Idris ELBA
‘Peter Pan’ dog NANA
‘Sure, why not?’ YESLETS
A bit chilly NIPPY
Admiral’s charge FLEET
Afghanistan’s largest city KABUL
Architect who died at 102 PEI
Australia’s national gem OPAL
Bay Area wine valley NAPA
Brazilian ‘superfood’ berry ACAI
Bridge measure SPAN
Captain with a whalebone leg AHAB
Cara of ‘Fame’ IRENE
Cereal brand since 1937 CHEX
Cerebellum bit BRAINCELL
Cuzco’s land PERU
Discounted by LESS
Dots in the ocean ISLES
Each, informally APOP
Enjoy a claro SMOKE
Entries in red DEBTS
Extract, as a tooth YANK
Fabric used in 48-Down care MUSLINCLOTH
Gold Medal product FLOUR
Grab by the collar, say ACCOST
Griffin of ‘Suddenly Susan’ KATHY
Hard to lift HEAVY
Hash ingredient, slangily TATER
Hoedown seat, perhaps BALE
Hog’s share, perhaps ALL
Jessica of ‘Sin City’ ALBA
Jump with a spin AXEL
Like a Mantle rookie card RARE
Like a wrung-out towel DAMP
Lobster catchers POTS
Mahershala of ‘Moonlight’ ALI
Many ‘-ite’ minerals ORES
Many a Neruda work ODE
Mazda roadster MIATA
Mended, as socks SEWED
Michael on ‘Weekend Update’ CHE
Mud pack, e.g FACIAL
Name in kitchen wrap, once ALCOA
Network for hoops fans NBATV
News anchor O’Donnell of 64-Down NORAH
Not fictitious REAL
Number-picking game KENO
Okefenokee and others SWAMPS
On edge UPTIGHT
One taking first steps TOT
ONE WAY sign, essentially ARROW
One-named singer in the Guinness Book ADELE
Oxford or brogan SHOE
Palindromic pop group ABBA
Pandora’s boxful ILLS
Pitchman’s pitch SPIEL
Place to store a tiller SHED
Platform for Siri IOS
Provide quarters for HOUSE
Pub order ALE
Quick point in tennis ACE
Removed the rind from PARED
Richly colored garden flower PANSY
Sandusky’s lake ERIE
Scene of temptation EDEN
Second lady Pence KAREN
Snooker players’ sticks CUES
Surgery aftermath SCAR
Texas Ranger’s topper STETSON
Thin out, as a herd CULL
Venues for pucksters ARENAS
Visitor to Scrooge GHOST
Workers on a flight CABINCREW