USA Today Crossword Answers - January 24, 2015

USA Today Crossword Answers - January 24, 2015

Clue

Answer

"Nearer My God to ___"

THEE

"Waking ___ Devine" (1998 film)

NED

"___ and the Tramp"

LADY

"___ La Douce" (MacLaine/Lemmon film)

IRMA

A Gershwin brother

IRA

A watched pot is never this

ABOIL

Actor Stephen

REA

Adam's apple location?

EDEN

Alone ___ company, a la Ambrose Bierce

INBAD

Anatomical pouches

SACS

Aurora

DAWN

Banjoist Scruggs

EARL

Basic principle

TENET

Beans go-with

RICE

Beau and Jeff's dad

LLOYD

Choice dish

VIAND

Chops down

HEWS

Citizen of the 29th state

IOWAN

Clarinetist Shaw

ARTIE

Director Ephron

NORA

Emulates the Beatles

DISBANDS

Glaciate

ICEUP

Glacier breakaway

BERG

Good name for a cook?

STU

Great rating

AONE

Greek colonnade

STOA

Hinny's kin

ASS

Immersion solutions

BATHS

Indian instrument

SITAR

It may be mounted

JEWEL

It's blue

NAVY

It's formed in your head

IDEA

It's nothing at all

NIL

Left with few choices

ATADISADVANTAGE

Left with fewer choices (with 45-Across)

BEHINDTHE

Left with no choices

ALLOUTOFOPTIONS

Made haste

SPED

Marvin or Remick

LEE

Mexican peninsula

BAJA

Microscopic

SMALL

Middle name of "The Wizard of Menlo Park"

ALVA

More than large

HUGE

Movie segment

CLIP

Multilayer thickness

THREEPLY

One behind the wheel with a handle

CBER

Pink-slipped

AXED

Prohibit by law

BAN

Pub beverages

ALES

Red of firefighting fame

ADAIR

Relieves, as pressure

EASES

Repeating

ECHOING

River in a Leutze painting

DELAWARE

Romaine, e.g

LETTUCE

Sang, Swiss Alps-style

YODELED

School-store supplies

BINDERS

See 33-Across

EIGHTBALL

Seemingly limitless

VAST

Sheepish cry

BAA

Shogun sash

OBI

Short, descriptive poem (var.)

IDYL

Shrinking Asian sea

ARAL

Small duck

TEAL

Smidgen

TAD

Spearlike weapon

LANCE

Split personalities?

EXES

Stir turbulently

ROIL

Strapped for cash

SHORT

Suburb of Los Angeles

GLENDALE

Take off in all directions

SCATTER

Tie the knot

WED

Tolerate

ABIDE

Took measures

ACTED

Tune for two

DUET

U.S. govt. agency

FDA

Unemotional

STOIC

View from the deck, perhaps

SEA

Word with age or Race

SPACE

Word with pride or duty

CIVIC