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Goblet part crossword clue


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The Denver Post crossword of December 7th, 2018 other clues
Requested a doggie treat, maybe
Beehive State native
Rod at a pig roast
The Tabard in "Canterbury Tales," e.g.
"Getting to Know You" singer
Othello, e.g.
"Not fair!"
Like "Goosebumps" stories
Skull Island simian, for short
Flop's opposite
Simon Cowell's old show, familiarly
Gaucho's cattle catcher
Mean Joe Greene's giveaway, in a classic commercial
Head-in-hands word
Style of Greek architecture
Wasilla's state
The Gaels' school
Levine of Maroon 5
Subtraction from gross, to a trucker
Lender's security
"As ___ instructions"
Morton condiment
London Magazine essayist
Cable channel for cinephiles
Whisper sweet nothings
Like Robin Hood's beneficiaries
Take off in all directions
Many elite marathoners
Solidify, like Jell-O
Composer Berlioz
___ dollar (1970s coin, informally)
Having the right stuff
Puzzles in cornfields
"Ay, ___!" (Bart Simpson expletive)
Breaks, at a ranch
Hirsch of "Lone Survivor"
Fifth-century pope called "the Great"
___ Friday's (restaurant chain)
Decathlete's implement
MapQuest's parent
Talk nonsense
Command before "Paste"
Travel like Kirk
"___ my party . . ."
___ word (linguistic invention)
Goes barnstorming, say
Kite's claw
Hard-to-resist impulse
Feedbag morsel
Japanese cartoon genre
Swallow hurriedly
Claw alternative, on hammers
Big fusses
Pompadour sporter of the 1950s
Jeter's manager for 12 seasons
Early event in the presidential race
___ broche (on a skewer)
Salon sound
Peter of Herman's Hermits
Workers and soldiers, in the ant world
Dorothy's visit to Oz was one
Jazz jargon
Scanned bars, for short
Bobby Fischer's game
Yahtzee category
Said "bos'n" or "cap'n," say
Former GM make, for short
Require scraping or salting, perhaps
Gasp at a fireworks show
London's East ___
Quench, as thirst
Source of butter, in the Himalayas
"All hope abandon ye . . ." writer
Costa Rica's capital
Sun Valley visitors
Business name abbr.
Atomizer output

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