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The Denver Post crossword of November 29th, 2018 other clues
Causing the creeps
Pad ___ (Asian noodle dish)
Bit of commotion
"Round and Round" 1980s hair band
Sound studio effect
Etchers' fluids
Empire conquered by Pizarro
Shoebox data
Drops off briefly
Newscast part
Observatory topper
Pull an all-nighter, perhaps
"Smooth Operator" singer
Black tea of India
Pop star who twice voiced Smurfette
Falco who played Carmela Soprano
Judge to be
Monopoly's cat or top hat
Note from the boss
eHarmony.com matchups
Direction on a Kool-Aid packet
With a fresh start
Geometry calculation
Liederkranz cheese has a strong one
Barely makes, with "out"
Synonym for "class" found in the middle of 21- and 54-Across and 3- and 35-Down
Dust sprinkler of folklore
Began to unravel
The terrible twos, e.g.
One may stop a mental block
Mount Everest, notably
Take a shot at
In push-up position
Item in a book, roll or pane
Shoved off
Letter-shaped supports
Part of Goofy's outfit
Considerable sum
Trample underfoot
"Judge Judy" decision
Movie with Ed Asner as Santa
"It's ___!" (quitter's lament)
Reason for an erasure
Detach gradually, as from a habit
Prop for Rachael Ray
Stinging swimmer
Descartes' "therefore"
Was decked out in
Politician who's not independent
Work on a soap, say
Felt, but unseen, field
Numbers following copyright symbols
Drive-up window request
Kindergartner's stickum
Challenge, as authority
Morsel in a Quaker box
Pulitzer-winning critic Roger
From this point forward
Compete in a joust
Street-corner doomsayer's sign
Do karaoke
ATM or smartphone feature
Antonym of anonymity
Quality of a down quilt
Hard-to-please performers
Taiwanese computer giant
Stereotypical comic book fan
Tollbooth location, often
Touch up for publication
Insulting, as a remark
Like some wine barrels
Robin's home
Settled up with
Page layout measurement unit
Stunt cyclist's feat

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