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USA Today crossword of May 29th, 2018 other clues
Parlor plant
Song of David
Pequod's obsessed captain
Firstborn of Isaac and Rebecca
CPAP machine target
Bean in baked beans
Barbecue slab
Word before basin or bore
Like crazy
Cry before "Polo!"
Dermatologist's concern
Road crew's marker
Creep past
Hoagie, by another name
Beer brand now owned by Pabst
Gardener's headgear
"Brain" with a speed measured in GHz
Nerve cell transmitter
Cope with
To the ___ (fully)
"Add to cart" business
Used-car caveat, maybe
Williams, "America's Mermaid"
Dennings of "Thor"
Shockers in holsters
In the worst way
Partners of dits
Year-rounders at resort towns
Dope or dirt, for short
"Frozen" snowman
Sound of contempt
ZPG part
Former co-host of Kelly
Fey of "Baby Mama"
Khayyam of Persia
Sparing of words
Vaper's buy, for short
Compete in ice dancing
Vintner's dregs
Salon waves, for short
Like much fusion cuisine
Bloodwork findings, e.g.
Sweet grape used for raisins
Gentle touch
Like some chicken wings
Capp of comics
Dog's harness attachment
Currency replaced by the euro in 2008
World's heaviest snake
Ring around the moon
Name in door-to-door sales
Disk storage unit
Cajun vegetable
Alternative to briefs
Bolt the scene
Onesie fasteners
Lauren Bacall trademark
Musically named Vegas Resort
One may be open-book
Atkins, "Mr. Guitar"
Galileo Galilei Airport city
"Light My Fire" band
Ruthless control, metaphorically
Hurler's stat
2000 Subway Series team
Doorframe support
Lustrous, as hair
Muppet with no eyebrows
Does' mates
Dressy-casual brand
Pixar title clownfish
"Animal House" setting, for short
Tourist city southeast of Delhi
"Isn't it clear now?"

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