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1d. "Something's Got a Hold on Me" singer James:

ETTA

1a. White-shelled poultry product:

EGG

2d. Aim or objective:

GOAL

3d. No longer around:

GONE

4d. Japanese dish with seafood and rice:

SUSHI

4a. Deed that is considered morally wrong:

SIN

5d. "All that glitters ___ gold": 2 wds.:

ISNOT

6d. ___ deGrasse Tyson, American astrophysicist and science communicator:

NEIL

7d. Cartoon character Bugs ___:

BUNNY

7a. Grizzly or polar:

BEAR

8d. Old-fashioned expression of surprise or anger:

EGAD

9d. High mountain, in Switzerland, e.g.:

ALP

10d. Crop variety that sounds like "wry":

RYE

11a. "He is ___ quick to judge others.":

TOO

12a. ___ case (situation where a product could come in handy):

USE

13a. "The ___ Truth," Katherine Heigl starrer romcom:

UGLY

14a. Yellowish-brown color:

TAN

15a. Prune a shrub with quick strokes:

SNIP

16d. Position or location:

PLACE

17a. Scruff of the neck:

NAPE

18a. Alter ego of the titular DC comics character from the TV series "Swamp Thing": 2 wds.:

ALECHOLLAND

19d. Moldable material for children to play with:

CLAY

20d. Colony-dwelling insects:

ANTS

21a. "The sunlight ___ up the room." (brightened):

LIT

22a. "Is the movie ___ good?" (worth watching?):

ANY

23d. Sleepover attire, perhaps, for short:

PJS

23a. Defendant's statement in court:

PLEA

24d. Hawaiian flower necklace:

LEI

25d. Make a hash of something:

ERR

26d. Dog bark sound:

ARF

26a. One section of a play:

ACT

27d. "The Incredible Hulk" actor ___ Ferrigno:

LOU

27a. City famous for its casinos, ___ Vegas:

LAS

28d. Georgia's capital: Abbr.:

ATL

29d. "The ___ Erwin Show," American sitcom which aired on ABC from 1950 to 1955:

STU

30a. Actress who plays Madame Xanadu, a blind fortune teller, in the show in 18a: 2 wds.:

JERYLPRESCOTT

31d. Impose a tax, say:

LEVY

32d. "Proto" suffix to mean the colourless liquid within a cell that contains the nucleus:

PLASM

33d. Burn till black:

CHAR

34a. Madam's counterpart:

SIR

35a. Christmas comedy film starring Will Ferrell:

ELF

36a. Netflix and HBO's competitor:

HULU

37d. What an active volcano is expected to do at some point:

ERUPT

37a. Actress Green from "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children":

EVA

38d. Spanish professional tennis player Rafael:

NADAL

38a. League graced by greats like Michael Jordan and Shaq: Abbr.:

NBA

39d. Mix two or more ingredients in the kitchen:

BLEND

40d. Talk someone into something:

COAX

40a. Actress who plays Abby Arcane, a CDC doctor, in the show mentioned in 18a:

CRYSTALREED

41d. Popular Mexican dish with a folded tortilla:

TACO

42d. British nobleman:

EARL

43d. Pennsylvania county with the Presque Isle State Park:

ERIE

44d. Sum of money owed to someone:

DEBT

45d. "The Last Ship" TV network: Abbr.:

TNT

45a. Holier-than-___ (attitude of moral superiority):

THOU

46d. ___-haw (sound made when a donkey brays):

HEE

47a. ___-to-measure (designed specifically to fit):

MADE

48a. "What ___ we going to do?":

ARE

49a. Type of tide:

NEAP

50a. Baked beans container:

CAN

51a. ___ eye steak:

RIB

52a. Contents of a piece of writing:

TEXT

53a. Not young anymore:

OLD

54a. Baha Men song "Who ___ the Dogs Out?":

LET
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