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USA Today crossword of September 21st, 2017 other clues
Not very many
"___ out!" (ump's call)
In-flight announcements, for short
Shark's "West Side Story" foe
Antler sporters
Dentist's request after "open"
Battleship salvo at a shoreline?
LP or board flaw
Brazilian hot spot, for short
Irish pound's replacement
Atomic-powered placekicker's asset?
Spreadsheet part (Abbr.)
Toward the rudder
"To my recollection . . ."
Got, as revenge
Bangalore wrap
Not in favor of
Fodder for reddit.com
Teacher's high-level deg.
Charms on chains
Turtledove's sound
Botanist Gray
W-2 info
Captain of the Argo
SATs, e.g.
Core principle
Long-necked waterfowl
Move furtively
Fab Four surname
Commotion, to the Bard
Sorry! or Parcheesi piece
A bibilical son of Rebekah
Meth lab raider
"E.T." or "A.I." genre
Alternatives to boos and hisses
It's needed to win a lottery
Asteroid named for a Greek god
Texter's "carpe diem"
Find a job for
Interbank payment abbr.
Admitted fault, informally
Windy City hub
Verbal explosions
Like Jack, in rhyme
Expressive art in a text
Element above radon in the periodic table
Add a clause to, say
Lorna of fiction
Anthony's ex-partner on XM radio
Adjective for some ales
Lose one's footing
Talk trash to
New England gridder, for short
"___ Girls" (Gene Kelly movie)
On cloud nine
Rail splitter's tool
Ancient region of Asia Minor
Garfield's master
Instrument on the Rolling Stones' "Paint It Black"
Kemper of "The Office"
World's fastest pitcher?
Like an unaffiliated rep.
Like aspartame
Leaks slowly
Baby's cry, in comics
Hockey's ___ Jose Sharks
Muffed pop-up, say, and a hint to this puzzle's theme
Number that's its own square
Singing voice, slangily
Moore of "G.I. Jane"
Skate park features
Deferred payment at the bar
Aromatherapy spot
Sleep problem
British monarch, 1910-1936
Amtrak's "bullet train"

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