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The Denver Post crossword of January 16th, 2019 other clues
Taproom offerings
Easily irked
Has an evening meal
Yawn-inducing sort
Like one set of grandparents
Orbison of the Traveling Wilburys
Radar gun reading (Abbr.)
Real estate units
"Take one"
Some reptile house exhibits
Limit on immigration
Roadside rubbish
Highly luminous galactic object
Creamy French cheese
Good enough
Cotton de-seeders
"Sic 'em!"
Edgar, Oscar or Tony
Totally out of control
Off one's rocker
Authoritative source, in a saying
Fight card units
Natural flair
C-to-C interval
WWE or MMA surface
People to hang with
Fields of study
Trudge wearily
Mopped and dusted, say
Patent holder for the telephone
Taproom offerings
Gordon in outer space
Lines from hearts
Melville's fanatical whaler
Org. chart layer
Sam Spade or Mike Hammer
Airline seat option
"___ Smile" (Hall & Oates hit)
On a cruise, perhaps
Sch. that publishes the Daily Bruin
Inventor's triumphant cry
Underworld of myth
Fork over
Bill who hosts "Real Time"
Crevice or crevasse
Feature of some pliers
Introduced, with "to"
Fuse measure
Prefix with "friendly" or "tourism"
Fried dough treat at carnivals
Joseph who wrote "Catch-22"
Diarist Anais
Burger King, to McDonald's
"Heidi" setting
Real estate unit
Fertility clinic cells
Shredded, with "up"
Mars' domain
"Remembered" battleship
Pole or Bulgarian
Runner-advancing bunt, for short
Showing no emotion
Tuna at sushi bars
Execs, or what they may wear
Pursues, as game
Not as plain
Wapiti, by another name
Clergyperson's nickname
Persian Gulf land
Classic show with Sergeant Friday
Clarinetist Shaw
Maker of Hugs and Kisses
Highly capable

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