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The Denver Post crossword of November 17th, 2018 other clues
Robusto! sauce brand
Have an extremely short day?
Showy flower, for short
Jason's craft
"The Gift of the Magi" plot device
Lou who sang "Walk on the Wild Side"
Kitchen rack item
Harper of "Tender Mercies"
Figure in apartment ads
Sound that may be heaved
Major financial burden, say
Web crawlers, e.g.
Proofer's catch
Problem for Pauline
Artist's studio, perhaps
Chicago airport code
Fleece-lined boots
Nescafe rival
Bird on a Canadian dollar
Maxwell Smart, e.g.
Trader Joe's or Whole Foods worker
Guys, slangily
Pre-delivery period
Sleuth played by Lorre
"Ciao!"
Consider, as options
Chariot race locale
Car radio selection
Arid part of Israel
Word before devil or dog
Parallel biographies?
Over half the world's coffee
All worked up
Barely defeat
Part of a doorframe
Firm up, as muscles
Ghostly apparitions
Anita, "The Jezebel of Jazz"
One of the north 40
"What did I tell you?"
Luau strings, for short
Noah of "ER"
Unsettled issues
Bagels, topologically
Snakes in hieroglyphs
French clog
A brother of Donald Jr.
HO or O, for model trains
Interval from C to D, musically
Bob Cousy, for most of his career
Shaving gel additive
They make you appear taller
Wane, as support
Joe of early talk TV
Like Mr. Hyde
Ralph who bashed the Corvair
Like an otter's feet
Icy treat
"___ we having fun yet?"
James Brown's genre
Like crudites
German sausage, for short
"Iron Chef America" vessel
Texter's "I didn't need to know that"
Hand on deck
Old-style "Phooey!"
Granny Smith throwaway
Guesstimate words
Twain's Calaveras County jumper
Cushioned footstool
Surrealist Magritte
Card game named for an Egyptian ruler
Be nuts about
One buying meat after the "sell by" date?
Populous area, for short
Given to jesting
Regatta competitor

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