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1d. High shot in tennis:

LOB

1a. Mary had a little one, as per a nursery rhyme:

LAMB

2d. "Honest ___" (President Lincoln):

ABE

3d. What carnivores eat:

MEAT

4d. Carmel-___-Sea, California: 2 wds.:

BYTHE

5d. Prefix relating to air or aircraft:

AERO

5a. It goes up by one every birthday:

AGE

6d. "I'm ___ it worked out for you." (pleased):

GLAD

7d. Teen comedy film starring Emma Stone that was based on the novel "The Scarlet Letter": 2 wds.:

EASYA

8d. Nasty insect that may bother a dog:

FLEA

8a. Cook in oil, like onion rings:

FRY

9d. ___-view mirror (car part):

REAR

10d. Area where you might host a garden party or a sale:

YARD

11a. Do as you're told:

OBEY

12d. Formal argument where the pros and cons are discussed:

DEBATE

12a. Make something late (rhymes with "relay"):

DELAY

13d. Burglar, slangily:

YEGG

14a. Anagram of "ale" which is also the name of actress Michele from "Glee":

LEA

15a. Your heart has a rhythmic one:

BEAT

16a. Wipe out from the board, say:

ERASE

17a. Organ that helps you enjoy good music:

EAR

18a. Mick Jackson's 1992 movie that was originally written in the mid-70s for Steve McQueen and Diana Ross: 3 wds.:

THEBODYGUARD

19d. Julia Roberts starrer "___ Brockovich":

ERIN

20d. Sport ___ (modern vehicles): Abbr.:

UTES

21a. Distinct span of time:

ERA

22a. NBC's entertainment show that has Simon Cowell as one of the judges: Abbr.:

AGT

23d. "Mind your ___ business":

OWN

23a. Halloween month, for short:

OCT

24d. "The Motorcycle Diaries" author ___ Guevara:

CHE

25d. Apple's CEO ___ Cook:

TIM

26a. "Why is ___ dark in here?": 2 wds.:

ITSO

27d. "S" in GPS, for short:

SYS

28d. Exclamation of surprise:

OHO

29a. Roof overhang:

EAVE

30d. Filled the belly:

ATE

31d. Solemn pledge or a promise:

VOW

32d. Direction opposite to WSW: Abbr.:

ENE

33a. Singer and actress who played Rachel Marron in 18a and whose cover of "I Will Always Love You" became a best-selling single: 2 wds.:

WHITNEYHOUSTON

34d. Actress ___ Spelling from "Beverly Hills, 90210":

TORI

35d. Thrown from a seat of power, say:

OUSTED

36d. Word that often follows "once" in fairy tales:

UPON

37a. Oscar-winning computer-animated movie "Finding ___":

NEMO

38a. Watery dish often served as a first course:

SOUP

39a. Sheep's mother?:

EWE

40a. Hi-___ image (clear and detailed picture):

RES

41d. M.I.T. graduate, for short:

ENGR

42d. Little leftover piece of paper, say:

SCRAP

43a. Cry noisily:

SOB

44d. The one who Beauty falls in love with in the fairy tale:

BEAST

45d. Conical chocolate bit?:

KISS

45a. Actor who plays Frank Farmer in 18a and has also won an Oscar for Best Director for "Dances with Wolves": 2 wds.:

KEVINCOSTNER

46d. Remove unnecessary footage, say:

EDIT

47d. "Prices may ___" (differ):

VARY

48d. Britney Spears hit "___!...I Did It Again":

OOPS

49d. Eject saliva:

SPIT

50d. One of the pre-set regulations of a particular sport, say:

RULE

51a. Actress ___ Lupino who directed "The Hitch-Hiker":

IDA

52a. Touch inappropriately:

GROPE

53a. Your cousin's mom, to you:

AUNT

54d. ___ de plume (author's pen name):

NOM

55d. American newspaper now owned by Jeff Bezos: Abbr.:

TWP

56a. "My dear ___":

SIR

57a. ___-fire (something that comes quickly one after another):

RAPID

58a. Speed of someone in no hurry:

SLOW

59a. Messy home of a pig:

STY

60a. L.A. time zone: Abbr.:

PST

61a. Short-term staff, for short:

TEMP
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