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The Denver Post crossword of January 9th, 2019 other clues
Abbr. near an audio input
Craven who directed "Scream" movies
Stuffed ___ (Jewish dish)
Furniture unit with safety rails
Does more than talk about
Hoopster who starred in "Kazaam"
Fjord, for example
Fastball, slangily
Like a fleabag hotel
Feature of a viol, but not most violins
Salon supplies
Page with viewpoints
Village Voice bestowal
Reduce to confetti
Baseball's dead-ball ___
Mars, Venus or Jupiter
Act the shopaholic
Grant an audience to
Kennel call
"Put a tiger in your tank!" brand
Site of a shipwreck, perhaps
Dowdy sort
Societal goofball
Telegraphic punctuation
Riveter painted by Rockwell
Butler, to Gable
The basics
Device on an automatic door
Source of slag
Sam's Choice, to Walmart
Haley who wrote "Roots"
Word that can precede the first parts of 17- and 60-Across and 11- and 25-Down
Diplomatic skill
"Nothing ___!" ("Forget it!")
Paramecium's propellers
Part of IPA
Entry after "Bats" on a baseball card
Prefix with byte or hertz
Adopted son of Claudius
Home plate umpire's concern
No longer mint
Mob turncoat
"Henry and June" diarist
Drescher of "The Nanny"
Golden-___ (senior)
Drop an easy one
Word after NASCAR or deadbeat
"Pretty please?"
Elder, the first African-American to play the Masters
Neighbors of delts
Pothook shape
Opened, as with a box cutter
Pinched pennies
"I'm in" indicator
Before curfew
Overrun, as vermin
Day care enrollee
Put to the grindstone
Talent agent "Swifty"
In need of liniment
Tacks on
Adoptee from a shelter
City on the Aire
Braggart's trait
Clock tower sounds
___ Bread (bakery-cafe chain)
Jets and Sharks of moviedom
Marshy areas
Abroad, perhaps
Boers' migration
Seize forcibly
Protects, as in a museum
Up the proverbial creek
X's on frat houses
Shoemaker's tool
Many a Club Med locale

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