USA Today Crossword Answers – Dec 18 2019

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Clues Answers
‘Rats!’ DANG
‘Respect’ singer FRANKLIN
‘Skip me’ IPASS
‘Somebody told a ___ one day . . .’ (MLK) LIE
‘You’re ___ amazing, sweetie’ DOING
Achy SORE
Acknowledgments HATTIPS
Air kiss sound MWAH
Android version between Nougat and Pie OREO
Apple music device IPOD
Australia’s national gemstone OPAL
Award for a show EMMY
Award for a show TONY
Blow through the budget SPEND
Breaking stuff NEWS
Choose not to include OMIT
Cider fodder APPLES
Color in old photos SEPIA
Come up ARISE
Common Korean family name KIM
Costa ___ RICA
Country whose capital is Abu Dhabi, for short UAE
Dark aesthetic GOTH
Diving board places POOLS
Drink like a cat LAP
During AMID
Frilly fabric LACE
Garam masala spice CUMIN
Get off ___-free SCOT
Golf hole number PAR
Hardens SETS
Hip-hop duo Salt-N-___ PEPA
Honeydew, e.g MELON
Ilhan of Congress OMAR
Jazz bandleader Count BASIE
Large units of weight TONS
Leg muscle CALF
Liability’s counterpart ASSET
Like bulls and bucks MALE
Little pictures ICONS
Massage RUB
Mint cocktail JULEP
Music of ’60s Tennessee MEMPHISSOUL
Nobel laureate who said ‘If I tried to write a universal nov MORRISON
Overtime format SUDDENDEATH
Package-shipping option UPS
Palindromic bread NAAN
Pickling herb DILL
Piece of data STAT
Positioned INPLACE
Positioned perilously OUTONALIMB
Privy to, as a plan INON
Promise of repayment IOU
Repay a sleep debt, say REST
Respectful address SIR
Ridged pants, for short CORDS
River in Egypt NILE
Robin’s home NEST
Scott-Young who created ‘Love & Hip Hop’ MONA
Side dish with cabbage SLAW
Soda can pieces POPTABS
Some Pennsylvania Dutch speakers AMISH
Song for one person SOLO
Start of a scale DOREMI
Student PUPIL
Supermarket section DELI
Too many to count JILLIONS
Transit option in D.C. or L.A METRO
Two-wheeled vehicle MOPED
Unreturned serves ACES
Very large-scale EPIC
Waned EBBED
Window-opening figures STARTTIMES
Word before ‘hygiene’ or ‘history’ ORAL
Words of finality ITSAWRAP
Workplaces for some nurses, for short ERS
___ 51 AREA
___ and turning TOSSING