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1d. "To ___ his own":

EACH

1a. Tide's retreat from land:

EBB

2d. "Cordon ___" French cheesy dish famous all over the world:

BLEU

3d. Check on the table:

BILL

4d. Best-liked, for short:

FAV

4a. Heat source in a campsite:

FIRE

5d. "If you ask me," in text speak:

IMO

6d. Small water source, like a stream or brook:

RILL

7d. Redmayne who plays Newt Scamander in "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them":

EDDIE

8d. Actor Felton who won two consecutive MTV Movie Awards for Best Villain for his role as Draco Malfoy in "Harry Potter":

TOM

8a. Tinned sushi fish:

TUNA

9d. Give ___ (lose confidence in): 2 wds.:

UPON

10d. American pianist Peter ___:

NERO

11d. Picnic-raiding bugs:

ANTS

12a. "The Greatest" boxer, Muhammad ___:

ALI

13a. Among the crowd, say:

AMID

14a. ___-minded (unprejudiced):

OPEN

15a. Transparent sheet to draw on:

CEL

16a. Main antagonist of the "Harry Potter" series who is also known as "The Dark Lord":

VOLDEMORT

17d. Fishy anagram for "lee":

EEL

18a. Traditional dance form of Hawaii:

HULA

19d. Yearly records of events:

ANNALS

20a. Fabricate a fact:

LIE

21a. Sudoku box fillers, for short:

NOS

22a. Mom's mom to her grandchildren, affectionately:

NAN

23d. ___ Arbor, Michigan:

ANN

24d. "It's neither the time, ___ the place":

NOR

25a. 2003 Christmas fantasy film starring Will Ferrell and Zooey Deschanel:

ELF

26d. Renowned or noted:

FAMOUS

27d. Nickname of Mitchell's husband in TV's "Modern Family":

CAM

27a. "I ___ do this" (lack the capability):

CANNOT

28d. Pale brew in a pub:

ALE

29d. ___ Tac (brand of mint):

TIC

30a. "All bets ___ off":

ARE

31d. Pan Piper's follower:

RAT

32d. "Propyl" or "Ethyl" stick-on:

ENE

33a. Actor who played Professor Snape and was a misunderstood character in "Harry Potter" series: 2 wds.:

ALANRICKMAN

34d. Purring pet that might go after the pet in 31d:

CAT

35d. European speedometer reading: Abbr.:

KPH

36a. "Braveheart" star, Gibson:

MEL

37a. "Breakfast at Tiffany's" by Truman ___:

CAPOTE

38a. Took a chair:

SAT

39d. Cobbler's tool:

AWL

40d. ___-high boots:

THIGH

41a. Day after Wed, for short:

THU

42d. What spiderweb is for flies?:

TRAP

42a. ___ end (movie-ending words):

THE

43d. One who lost to a tortoise in a fable?:

HARE

44d. Microsoft Word menu with "Cut" and "Paste" options:

EDIT

45a. "You-Know-___" (how you would refer to 16a in "Harry Potter" series):

WHO

46d. "A Man ___ Importance" 1994 film set in Dublin starring Albert Finney:

OFNO

47a. Another term for duration of time:

SPAN

48d. Go separate ways, say:

PART

49d. South American palm tree:

ACAI

50d. Spot under a necklace clasp:

NAPE

51a. Last name of the actor who was the titular protagonist in "Harry Potter" series:

RADCLIFFE

52d. PCs can burn them: Abbr.:

CDS

53d. Engine cooler:

FAN

54d. Little lamb's mom:

EWE

55a. Obama's signature achievement in healthcare: Abbr.:

ACA

56a. Very dry, like a desert:

ARID

57a. Persistently bite or chew:

GNAW

58a. Part of hip-hop music:

RAP

59a. House animals you'd put a collar on, maybe?:

PETS

60a. Refine a skill over time:

HONE

61a. Something you'll do to your shoelace:

TIE
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