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Flower-to-be crossword clue


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USA Today crossword of June 15th, 2019 other clues
Corner chess piece
Two-piece top
GI's fare
Barista's workplace
"How Blue" singer McEntire
Beanery patron
Repair with screws or bolts?
Golden Globes movie category
3-ball's color, in pool
Backing down
Ollie's comedic partner
Lose one's cool
Tuna at sushi bars
Designate one's zodiac symbol?
Mob kingpin
"Diamond ___" (Mae West play)
___ del Fuego
Tau and Maltese
iOS alternative
Searched hastily, with "through"
Corrida cheer
Prefix with knock or lock
Have the cash for some wheels?
Flight update abbr.
Get-up-and-go
Garcia of "Ocean's 11"
Sofia's land
___-existing condition
Altar creation
Divvy up land?
Flying sod on the links
Tiki bar party
Colette, for Knightley
Blue Monopoly bills, now
Business card no.
Word after club or cream
Color TV pioneer
Bumbling sort
Not quite right
Knightley of "Colette"
Floorboard nail
Penalty flag tosser, for short
First lady Adams
Health care program since 1965
Gain through merit
Beast with a rack
Final Four game, briefly
Giving the heave-ho to
Did cross-country, e.g.
Lucy Lawless princess
Ernest or Julio Gallo
Omar of "Doctor Zhivago"
Give insider info to
Pitchfork-shaped letters
Ghana's main port
Kid on a snow day, often
Word repeated after "Que," in song
Did a washday chore
Tough as nails
Petrova of tennis
26-Down is to Ghana as ___ is to Norway
Occupants of quarters
Soothing succulent
Worth money
Typeface like Helvetica
Bull's-eye piercer
Moves in on
BTU part
Unlike a studio album
"Continue . . ."
Put on a long puss
West Coast airport letters
Portsmouth privy
Like the hills, it's said
Brit's "cuppa"

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