USA Today Crossword Answers - March 10, 2015

USA Today Crossword Answers - March 10, 2015

Clue Answer
"Messenger" molecule RNA
"None of the above" choice OTHER
"Of ___ I sing . . ." THEE
"Planet of the Apes" planet EARTH
"___ he drove out of sight . . ." ERE
"___ of dog" BEWARE
30-Down's counterpart NOPE
A British noble EARL
Aesop's smart-alecky loser HARE
Andean land PERU
Apportion (with "out") METE
Balm ingredient ALOE
Be a Gloomy Gus MOPE
Bengali wrap (var.) SAREE
Between continents ASEA
Bone to pick PEEVE
Boss of the fashion industry HUGO
Concluding musical section CODA
Counterpart of her HIM
Cuba or Aruba, e.g ISLE
Da Vinci's Lisa MONA
Doorway curtains PORTIERES
Dynamite alternative TNT
Early instrument with strings LYRE
Egg, to Cato OVUM
Elevator pioneer OTIS
Entering overtime EVEN
Feeling puffed up PROUD
Fertile FECUND
First Hebrew letter ALEPH
Fur scarf STOLE
Great devastation HAVOC
Have affection for ADORE
Heard, but not seen AURAL
Ho ___ Minh CHI
Hollywood's Catherine ___ Jones ZETA
If you can't play guitar, don't ___ FRET
Inactive IDLE
Japanese-Americans NISEIS
Kind of nerve or artery ULNAR
Make a choice OPT
Make high-pitched, whiny noises WAUL
Many are delivered to dorms PEPPERONIPIZZAS
Metal shaped by casting INGOT
More than a celebrity IDOL
Most's opposite LEAST
Move deeply UPSET
Musical study piece ETUDE
Nabisco cookie OREO
Need for a big rig DIESELOIL
Noted magazine since 1945 EBONY
Nun's wear WIMPLE
Oater affirmative YUP
One of the bunk beds UPPER
Part of a three-piece suit VEST
Person who is swindled DUPE
Peter the Great, for one CZAR
Pitcher's stat ERA
Popular landscaping plant HOSTA
Ram's inamorata EWE
Redundant partner of "done with" OVER
Restaurant serving ENTREE
Rounded hammer part PEEN
See at a distance ESPY
Seven-time Wimbledon winner PETESAMPRAS
Sistine, for one CHAPEL
Small knotlike protuberance NODULE
Some desserts PEACHMELBAS
Sounds of triumph HAHS
Spain's peninsula IBERIA
Terra ___ (brown-red) COTTA
Thing on a log BUMP
Where a shoot occurs SET
Wish one could take back RUE
With one's eyes wide open ALERT
Woodwind necessity REED
[Curse word] BLEEP
___ Gras MARDI