Metric prefix crossword clue

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News Day Clues May 05, 2018

1.5 Roman feet
A way to serve squash
Account identifier
Airport courtesy vehicle
Alpaca product
Alter one's 41 Across
Annoyingly noisy
Any of the Federalist Papers
Backup introducer
Biggest song for Motown's first female star
Charge as true, in complaints
Confirmation inquiry
Contraction that oughta have two apostrophes
Cricket's striker
Destination for some 50 Down
Dose delivery media
Drugstore fountain fare
Early text messager
Easy undertaking
European nickname for Helena
Evidence of amusement
Exclamation of consternation
Fell some
Fiddled with
Former evening commuter convenience
Former name for the flu
Genericized totwear trademark
Gloater's shout
Guy without grace
Gym __
HS helpers
''I would like to help __'': Alfred Nobel
Initialism since 1939
Iowan, for instance
Isn't quite right
Jamboree setup
Jay Gatsby, notably
Laugh at, in a way
Marching, maybe
Mason's gap filler
Metaphorical flier
Metric prefix
Modest explanation for achievement
Name on a Creole Christmas cookbook
One voting twice
Opposite of ''angst''
Participante de reunión familiar
Rather remote in reasoning
Rhythm in Gershwin's ''Cuban Overture''
Site for Sea Hunter and Sunseeker sales
Source of power
Stirred enough
Succeeds nicely
Talk Like a Pirate Day intro
Trying to be
TV focus of a traveling science exhibition
Units first suggested by Mendel
USN's successor to ''passed midshipman''
What the sun enters in August
Winter Olympics athlete at 11 (1924)
Word from the Latin for ''left''
Work-for-hire agreement
Would-be sacker of Constantinople
''You see, but you do not observe'' writer