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USA Today crossword of May 19th, 2018 other clues
Musical tool
Many Van Gogh paintings
Unkempt manes
Just hanging out
Bricks measure
School near Windsor Castle
Rolling Stones genre, aptly
Like the members of U2
Unicellular animals
___ platter (Chinese appetizers)
End a squabble
Fitbit unit
Spotted wildcats
Oil field machinery
Place for steaks
Touch on
Piece of gate hardware
Puts up
Those holding office
River to the Caspian Sea
Shakespeare, with "the"
Desert boot material
Gulp from a flask
Does patchwork, e.g.
French dance of folk origin
"Du jour" menu item
Prefix with film or wave
Poise, to a model
Zoning unit
Suffer a brain cramp
Ten-spot halves
Some black-clad teens
Harassed with catcalls
Depot listing, informally
Fumble blindly
Heir to a throne
Five-star review
Put the kibosh on
"Good as gold" et al.
In vogue
"Beetle Bailey" dog
Doll's utterance
Smoke, slangily
Show with Radar and Klinger
Specially created, as a committee
Trellis parts
Orchestra's "tuning fork"
Jumped ship
Villain's hideout
X-rated stuff
"Now . . . where ___ I?"
Czech or Slovak
Snake with a hood
Get slick in winter
Steinbeck migrant
Target Field team
Goes parasailing
Rebuke to Brutus
H.H. Munro's pseudonym
Is shy, in a way
Out of the way
No great shakes
FWIW part
Minnesota's "10,000"
Worthy of a Razzie
Some box score figures
Insects in a biblical plague
Gullible sort
Tennis shot with sidespin
Ransomware intrusion, e.g.
Former Yankees manager Joe
Oblique bit of punctuation
They may be bruised or stroked
Drudge of yore
"No question"
Mojave Desert Air Force base

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