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USA Today crossword of August 2nd, 2018 other clues
Cocoon occupant
"Columbo" star Peter
Wave's peak
Reply to "That a fact?"
Jon Arbuckle's drooling pet
Life of ___ (ease)
Place for a travel mug, perhaps
Henrik who wrote "Peer Gynt"
$5 bill, slangily
Carnival city, briefly
Advance on a balk
From Belgrade
Grasshopper's rebuker, in fable
MGM mascot
Auction assents
Place for magnets
Heart vocalist Wilson
Organs near the diaphragm
Regret bitterly
Mario who portrayed Caruso
Penny, perhaps
Took the reins
Tackle box item
Low-paid laborer
Unsettled issues
Dropped for a 10-count, briefly
No later than
"A Christmas Carol" boy
Less sterile
Tram cargo
The Big Band ___
Building material that may contain straw
Popular golf scoring system
Scrooge or Marner
Remove to a MASH, briefly
Vocal quartet member
Castor and Pollux, for two
Collin with the No. 1 country hit "Love, Me"
Batik artist, e.g.
Typesetters' units
Letter-shaped lab vessel
Kilted musician
Volcanic spew
Produce leaves
Build an extra room, say
Risk a perjury rap
Lamp fuel
Gets blubbery
Hard, wavy confection
"Born Free" lioness
Pays a visit to
Daly of "Judging Amy"
Circular gaskets
Lunch hour, maybe
Police officer's identifying figure
Praises to the skies
Barnyard sound
Knock senseless
Reach the heavens
Opening on some pajamas
Part of an ancient alphabet
Jacob Riis, notably
Electric train name
Lo-cal, in ads
Super-G, e.g.
Cruise departure spots
Hoda Kotb's show
BBC watcher's set
Foaming at the mouth
Koch or Giuliani, once
Legs, slangily
Trim to fit, say
French realist Bonheur
NASA "walk"
Embellish, as a resume

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