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USA Today crossword of October 17th, 2018 other clues
Tango move
69-Across complaint
Glorifying verse
Russo of "The Intern"
Give the heave-ho to
Banana oil, e.g.
Frequent Andrew Wyeth subject
Dugout rack item
Caesarean rebuke
Unit of electrical current
List-ending abbreviation
Dining room furniture inserts
Basic training affirmative
Anticancer injections
Dermal opening
Flaw that can be hammered out
Geological stretch
3 and 4, to 9 and 16
Install, as tile
Smokestack buildup
Circus safety feature
Forced from the throne
He loved Lucy
"Good comeback"
Bloodmobile visitor
Avails oneself of
Tara family name
March 17 musician's garb
Tellers' workplaces
Beat by one run, say
Gate receipts
Sweating the small stuff
Period of penitence
Tie with a clasp
Home run-hitting ability
Reflex hammer target
"On easy street," e.g.
Shipboard storage unit
Pledge paddle's target, once
Skype hookup, perhaps
"Sesame Street" basics
Captain Sparrow portrayer Johnny
"Would you be so kind?"
Jabs to the ribs
Banff's province
Stable young
Debate issue
Aerial stunt
Ill-mannered sort
Jacob, for baby boys from 1999 to 2012
"Guess that's fine"
Dad, to a rustic
Tourist's rental
Hothead's emotion
Russia's ___ Mountains
Loser to Barack in 2012
Word after teen or matinee
Angled cut
Lyft alternative
In a crabby mood
Place for a bout
Chef's hat
Printer giant
Inflate, as a resume
Say "tsk!" to
"Peer Gynt" playwright Henrik
Lie in hiding
Carlson of Fox News
In a jiffy
How food may be seasoned
Genesis setting
Absorb, as a cost
Mireille of "World War Z"
Pizza perimeter
London lavatory

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