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"Aquarius" musical crossword clue


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USA Today crossword of May 17th, 2019 other clues
Writes in Java, say
Class with a lab, for short
Veggies in some fried rice
Rescue from a shelter
Medal earner
Prefix with potent or present
Sweet stuff in a piping bag
Checked out
Frequently, in verse
Make less cluttered
Welland Canal lake
Help in a heist
Arcade game with ghosts
Tell a whopper
Wherry propellers
Like burning rubber's smell
Peace Nobelist Anwar
"Ink Master" pic
Fluffy brown dessert
Do a tugboat's task
Post-it messages
Latish lunchtime
"All My ___" (Miller play)
___-Xers (boomer's kids)
1925 Irving Berlin waltz
Pre-K basics
Anna's sister, in "Frozen"
Cause of wheezing
Good buddy
Assault from Moe
Fruity beverage at McDonald's
Its symbol is Fe
Confine, in a way
Witty Bombeck
Toddlers' breaks
Pristine spots
Yield to pressure
Anita, "the Jezebel of Jazz"
Ready to serve
Ebola outbreak of 2014, e.g.
Cardinal cap letters
Irritate by rubbing
Test the weight of
Lower one's fielding average
Bit of night light
Shepherd's pie ingredient
Absorb's opposite
Boleyn portrayed in "Six"
ASL part
Pork or beef cut
"Told you so!"
Hazardous household gas
Home care workers
Arms accords, e.g.
Sound from Sneezy
What Jack broke, in rhyme
Grow dark
In a muddle
Like Satchmo's voice
Snifter parts
Fills beyond full
Hammer and sickle
Rustic abode
Far from clean
Its name means "desert"
Australia, to the U.S.
Rolls-Royce's parent
Brings home
"Off the Court" author Arthur
Betelgeuse, or Keaton in "Beetlejuice"
Decorate, as a tree
Cessna spinner, for short
Shimmery fabric
Similar in nature
Digs for pigs
Big Band ___
Seashell seller of rhyme

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