Solutions to crossword for 4/18
|1||NO||Concise rejection||1||NASTY||Hillary descriptor, for many on the right|
|3||PU||Plutonium on the periodic table||2||OUTRO||Intro's opposite|
|5||AURAS||Personality traits only a synesthete can see||3||PALMS||Trees popular in Orange County|
|7||STOLE||Lifted||4||USEPI||When dealing with circles...|
|8||TRUMP||To some, winning "bigly"||6||ROU||Romania on scoreboards|
|10||SI||Affirmative, in España|
|1||BW||Batman initials||1||BOTOX||A popular face injection|
|3||AF||Very much so, in chatspeak||2||WOWZA||OMG!|
|5||OO||Pure oxygen, spelled out||3||ARENA||Venue|
|6||RE||Start of an email counter||4||FEDEX||USPS Competitor|
|7||TWEED||English gent suit material||8||EON||A long, long time|
|10||XANAX||Chance's zombie pill|
|1||AT||Where you might be?||1||ALIAS||Pseudonym|
|3||GOLAN||Occupied territory in southern Syria||2||TAOS||New Mexican town frequented by D.H. Lawrence|
|5||PSION||A psychic||3||GPAS||Seniors' are known to take a dip|
|6||ALAST||As _______ resort||4||NNT||Number needed to treat, for short|
|7||SOS||For at-sea emergencies|
Correction: An earlier version of the answers included clues 3, 4 and 6 down on the Easy crossword in the wrong order.
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