USA Today Crossword Answers - November 17, 2015

USA Today Crossword Answers - November 17, 2015

Clue Answer
"2001" characters APES
"Beat it, fly" SHOO
"Let me think . . ." HMM
"No ___ allowed" PETS
"What did I just get myself ___?" INTO
"What ___ wrong?" WENT
"___ you serious?" ARE
1/2 fl. oz TBSP
Albacores TUNAS
Barbed remark GIBE
Barroom fight BRAWL
Bee participant SPELLER
Cemetery excavations GRAVES
Chapter's companion VERSE
City in northern France LILLE
Colorado city PUEBLO
Concludes ENDS
Cookie with a white cream filling OREO
Department store worker, sometimes SALESGIRL
Double-reed instruments OBOES
Dreadlocked Jamaican, for short RASTA
Each PER
Establishment with swinging doors SALOON
For males only STAG
Have ___ of the jitters ACASE
Hawaiian dance HULA
Here-there connection NOR
If-then reasoning, e.g LOGIC
Indian bread NAAN
Instruments with slides TROMBONES
It comes from the heart AORTA
Judge's coverup? ROBE
Keep ___ on (monitor) TABS
Laughing stuff? GAS
Legendary actress Gardner and namesakes AVAS
Leopard look-alike OCELOT
Lustrous fabric SILK
Make a run for it BOLT
Martini ingredient GIN
Middle of summer? EMS
Modern writer's output EBOOKS
Monopoly acquisition HOTEL
No longer covers BARES
Nothing at all NIL
Obedience school command SIT
One way to stand by IDLY
Onetime Turkish governors BEYS
Perfume ingredient ROSEOIL
Perjure oneself LIE
Prefix with "state" or "face" INTER
Pro-shop bagful TEES
Royal power symbol ORB
Schoolyard comeback ISSO
Second word in a fairy tale UPON
Short summary? RECAP
Skeleton piece BONE
Societal standard NORM
Sound from the stadium crowd ROAR
South African monetary unit RAND
Spotted SEEN
Three red things BARONBLOODCHINA
Three red things ALERTANTBRIGADE
Three red things CROSSDEERDRAGON
Ticks of the game clock SECS
Time to crow DAWN
Today, in Madrid HOY
Tower used in air races PYLON
Tramples over STEPSON
Union of old SOVIET
Waterway by Buffalo ERIE
What embers do GLOW
What the doomed have? NOHOPES
Wide waist sashes OBIS
Window component PANE
Yardstick division INCH
___ Jean (Marilyn, originally) NORMA