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The Denver Post crossword of April 26th, 2018 other clues
Old Order Amish, e.g.
Toad feature
Some rugs
Place for a ship's figurehead
Fashion's Cassini
Synagogue scroll
Citrus named for its appearance
Mary Quant skirt design
Hole-in-one, usually
Some Subway offerings
Larger ___ life
Hat or hand preceder
Went ballistic
"Stalag 17" extras
Fig. that's high for hybrid cars
Pained expression?
Divot, essentially
First-class passenger's amenity
Lakota leader at Little Bighorn
Bench press counts
Take a wrecking ball to
Line from the left ventricle
Soft drink suffix
Baby's early word
Synagogue quorum
Brewer's vessel
Keeps out
Where Snooki hung out
Soft, in music
Milk of Magnesia target
Thumbs-up
Run up, as debt
Epic tale
Get bushed
Small fry
Mosquitoes, to bats
Ranked player at Wimbledon
Egg on
"Cogito, ___ sum"
Fizzy drink
Trash bag closers
Burrowing marsupial
Visitor to Earth
Descartes quoted in 2-Down
Happy hour shout
Makes tough
Squirrel away
Jason's ship
Some square dancers
Seashell seller in a tongue-twister
Pickpocket, e.g.
Cowboy's greeting
Spandex fiber
Gasped in awe
Credit card motion
Public square
Move like slime
Like Robin Hood's men
Elbows, but not knees
Gather bit by bit
Study all night, say
Apollo missions
Fruit container
What quibblers split
"The show," to a minor leaguer
Distress call
Trial setting
Neutral shade
Lilliputian
Coarse tool
Emotional damage
Merle Haggard's "___ From Muskogee"
Like an unassisted triple play
Gawked at
"The ___ and the Pendulum"

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