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USA Today crossword of July 17th, 2018 other clues
Medieval music form
Prime Cuts pet food brand
San Joaquin Valley city
Cress or endive
CEO or CFO
Prefix meaning "egg"
Heckles
Pat Sajak or Steve Harvey
Cow-horned goddess
Isn't in the game
High school srs.' exams
Spike, as punch
Org. with rovers
Driving rain, e.g.
Hallway runner
Compass doodles
Texter's modest preface
Venetian blind piece
Duke of Edinburgh
Allotted, as punishment
Letters of urgency
Air show performer
Bowlers and boaters
No ___ Traffic
Drop by unannounced
Colon parts
Waiting room call
In a weak-kneed manner
Advertising icon Elsie, e.g.
Loses, as weight
Portrayer of Adrian in "Rocky" movies
Cambodian strongman ___ Nol
State one's view
ICU part
Parking lot worker
Lake bordering Ohio
Shot from the apron, usually
Tributes in rhyme
Knock-down-drag-outs
"You've got mail" co.
Targets of midnight raids
Walked all over, with "on"
Leaves slack-jawed
Some poisonous shrubs
Monopoly board corner
Unmetered writing
Anna's sister in "Frozen"
___ fail (fiasco)
Raise the hackles of
Anti-drug spot, e.g. (Abbr.)
Chopper-related prefix
Kangaroo court impositions
PC accessory with a photo, perhaps
Where bulls and bears are found
Mushers' contest
Cosmonaut Gagarin
Upper body muscle, briefly
Exchange goodbyes
Brit of Fox News
Fed. workplace monitor
Son and husband of Jocasta
Depart from a scene
Mob honcho
Profligate spender
When coveted statuettes are awarded
Tourist shop buys
Net judge's call
Hack's vehicle
Rare entry on a golf scorecard
Thomas who twitted Tweed
"At Wit's End" author Bombeck
Proper's partner
"Two Women" producer Ponti
Garden walk
Shia subdivision, e.g.

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