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The Denver Post crossword of August 8th, 2019 other clues
North 40 unit
Decked out
Ranch topper
Open-mic readers
Two-thumbs-up flasher, e.g.
Sergeants, e.g., for short
Some black market wares
Occasional laundromat loss
Say "!@#$%"
Extra-wide, on a shoebox
Literary prince of Denmark
___ Cong
Mystery writer Queen
War correspondent Pyle
Fields of study
Old Order Amish, for one
Ties up tightly
Timberlake's boy band
Less constrained
Scheduled takeoff time (Abbr.)
Bridle part
Audition CD
Word on a 17-Across
Princess Diana's family name
Concentration, notably
"Dilbert" cartoonist Scott
Boxer's earnings
Part of a hair
Mean mutt
Unpopped popcorn
Break into, as a computer
Jay Silverheels TV role
Folkie who sang of Alice
Alternative to an Uber
Household economic statistic
Young shaver
Answer to "Shall we?"
Many an August birth
Links warning
Yoked pair
Heyerdahl's "___-Tiki"
Gossip that's "dished"
Earl Grey, e.g.
Glavine in Cooperstown
The Negev's land
Coffee-mate is one
Elevator operator's question
Mayberry resident Pyle
Cardinals cap letters
Drescher of "The Nanny"
Sawyer of TV news
Stir up, as trouble
1973 Rolling Stones chart-topper
Not as cordial
Blood fluids
Author who went through Hell
Snail-mailed or emailed
___ cost (gratis)
Carpet feature
Voice of the iPhone
Give off
Gets firm
Reason for sudden death
Not playing hooky
U.S. coin introduced in 1916
Cocktail party bites
Exorbitantly priced
Social goofballs
Boiled-potato processor
In the past
Put a dent in, say
Business agenda entry
Scavenger hunt aid
Matchsticks game
Prof's email suffix
Salt's "Halt!"

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