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"___ were the days!" crossword clue


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USA Today crossword of January 14th, 2018 other clues
JFK's burial place
Read hastily
Haul to the garage
Gordie, "Mr. Hockey"
Like the Sabin vaccine
Sailors' patron saint
Beauty's admirer
Barrie's sprinkler of fairy dust
Pandora's boxful
Club for brainiacs
Soap opera staple
Domino's delivery
With the bow, in music
Vapers' purchases
Helen Reddy's "___ Woman"
Tony winner Barkin
"Movin' Out" playwright Twyla
Young Montague
Take a beating
Lea females
Attack, cat-style
Urban air problem
"Timeout" hand signal shape
Deborah of "The King and I"
Hosp. scrub sites
Currently meeting
Most trivial
Be remorseful about
Torch's misdeed
Vacuum cleaner part
Tip jar fillers
Orb in a socket
Pickling need
As you like it, in a recipe
Go or Go Fish
"Resident" or "non-resident" visitors
Snack between meals
Midsize Nissan
Grins from ear to ear
No longer available
100-meter race, say
Modify, as a charter
Dingy purveyors of fried fare
Kegger, e.g.
Lowly laborer
Ready to hit the hay
River of Florence
Yacht club site
Fruit in tart jellies
Sitcom with Radar and Klinger
___ Cinders of old comics
Tobacco pipe part
Rhythm-keeping footwork
Big name in power tools
Palindromic family nickname
Gardner of "Mogambo"
Flat formations
Sonar signals
Shakespearean sprite
Soon, to a bard
Item on a diner table
Archipelago component
Blow off steam
A whole bunch
"Tsk, tsk!"
Kaufman portrayed in "Man on the Moon"
"Sorry, ___ run!"
Sal's canal, in song
Org. for GPs
"The Fifer" painter Edouard
BPOE part
Leave desolate
Island east of Corsica
Some brewpub selections
Cheesy sandwich
Show on which Jimmy Fallon once appeared
Wrinkle-resistant fabric

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