March 8 2017 - USA Today Crossword Answers

March 8 2017 - USA Today Crossword Answers

CluesAnswers
"As clear as mud," e.gSIMILE
"The buck stops here" monogramHST
"With parsley," on some menusGARNI
(not my mistake)SIC
A sister of Zsa ZsaEVA
Advice columnist Van BurenABIGAIL
Airline with only kosher mealsELAL
Algerian setting for "The Plague"ORAN
Apply, as some patchesIRONON
Barista's vesselURN
Best Comeback Athlete award orgESPY
Bill-blocking voteNAY
Bradshaw of grid fameTERRY
Brief tussleSETTO
Brit's "jolly," statesideVERY
Broomstick riderHAG
Burrito alternativeTACO
Carl of "Cosmos"SAGAN
Celestial bearURSA
Chow downEAT
Closing credits listingCAST
Computer user's shortcutMACRO
Dates regularlySEES
Deuce follower, oftenADIN
Drag out of bedROUST
Dumb mistakeBONER
East African honorificBWANA
Email folder headingSENT
Enya's genreNEWAGE
Excessive, as a priceSTEEP
Fall hueOCHER
Farm stand measurePECK
Fierce way to fightTOOTHANDNAIL
Gain entryGETIN
Guitar neck attachmentCAPO
Harness race gaitTROT
In a positive directionONWARDS
Lacking detailSKETCHY
Late hours, in adsNITE
Lawn figurineGNOME
Letters on a DVR remoteREC
London Magazine essayistELIA
Maker of candy "Pieces"REESES
Many book jacket blurbsBIOS
Muckraking journalist IdaTARBELL
Needed a massage, sayACHED
One of four on a RollsTYRE
One way to read or thinkALOUD
Packed closely togetherCHEEKBYJOWL
Peeples of "Fame"NIA
Penultimate fairy tale wordEVER
Personal trainer's workplaceGYM
Porter who wrote "Night and Day"COLE
Rabid dog in a King novelCUJO
Respected tribesmanELDER
RN's touch, for shortTLC
RSVP partSIL
Sandwich in a pitaGYRO
Sari or sarongDRESS
Secluded valleyGLEN
Showing despairHEADINHANDS
Sitcom alien's planetORK
Soft shoes, for shortMOCS
Sound of admonitionTSK
Stadium soundCHEER
Suffix meaning "pain"ALGIA
The Bard's theatreGLOBE
Tijuana's locale, informallyBAJA
Timber wolfLOBO
Tool for BunyanAXE
Track downLOCATE
UFO partOBJECT
Way underweightSKINANDBONES
Whirlpool subsidiaryAMANA
Whom Uncle Sam wantedYOU
WWII allianceAXIS
Zoo employee, for shortVET
___ Fawlty (John Cleese character)BASIL