CLUE: Oodles

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S E A S

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News Day Clues March 24, 2017

''Jaws'' theme instrument
Round of four
Premium coffee variety
Sardine cousin
Nancy Drew novel byline
Like Col. Kurtz in ''Apocalypse Now''
Marco Polo greeter
Gut-buster
Female variant of Cecil
Sanction
La-Z-Boy alternative
Ben Hogan contemporary
Sac-fly result, often
Ergonomic utensil brand
Book before Obadiah
Establish through statute
Incline (to)
Wigged out
Far from ruddy
(In) place (of)
Forensic tool
New Deal power agcy.
Incessant struggles
Hoops infraction
Comes (to)
Bleach target, at times
Celestial explosion
Cuba neighbor
Spun platters for pay
Regal pronouncement
Online handicraft marketplace
Second fiddle
''Where Brilliance Belongs'' sloganeer
Oodles
Disapproving remarks
Disapproving remark
Newborn
Goes outside the lines?
Lift-offering businesses
''Spider!''
Verbal shrug
''__ candor . . .''
Higher-ranking
Tolstoy princess
Past due
Roundup circle
Refashion
Playwright Ayckbourn
How some cheese is served
Yellowish brown
Bard's bustle
Source of fizz
WWII side
Dance without inhibition
Harvest bundle
Adapter designation
Traffic control device
Word that begins with an apostrophe
Move to act
__ top of the other
Sci-fi walkers
Erin, on EU license plates
Expression of patriotism
Perdition
WWII side
Conservation group's symbol
Modern pictograph
Was rootless
In reserve
Shower with attention
Disney toon singing ''Let It Go''
Routes
Subject of many an ''Inferno'' tale
Windows-opening machines