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"Happy Motoring" sloganeer of early TV crossword clue


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The Denver Post crossword of January 19th, 2018 other clues
Utter dislike
2014 movie directed by Ava DuVernay
Pianist's "clinker"
Indianapolis 500 time
From which the phoenix arose
Terse note from the boss
Have a feeling
Harbor workhorses
___ Canaria (Las Palmas locale)
iPhone function
"Redneck" comedian Foxworthy
Dwarf planet beyond Pluto
Like the Sabin vaccine
Lovett of country music
"Great" detective of kid-lit
Dove's call
Tippi of "The Birds"
Like a low-watt bulb
Hieroglyphics bird
Some iPods
Starbucks refuse
Pioneering DJ called "the King of Rock and Roll"
Basketball center, informally
Ham it up
Still-life jug
Shows contempt
Half of the Odd Couple
2016 Olympics host, for short
Fine china brand
A whale swallowed him
Rhett Butler's last word
Neil Young song about Kent State
Hurling or curling
Process, as ore
Declare firmly
"Rock Around the Clock" singer called "the King of Rock and Roll"
"No lo contendere" et al.
Neighbor of Vietnam
Brief moments, in brief
37-Down's locale
Act the shylock
Dilbert's work area
Lipton iced tea brand
Jed Clampett's discovery
"Survivor" teams
Brief quarrel
Follower of Babe in the lineup
Bump off
Pursue relentlessly
Like green apples
Brandy glass
Hammock activities
In the dumps
Rimsky-Korsakov's "Le Coq ___"
Dubbed ones
Ill-fated whaler
Letter-shaped support beam
Tokyo-based conglomerate
Pursuer of noble goals
Easy victories
Mobster Bugsy
Airline with a kosher menu
"Blueberry Hill" singer called "the King of Rock and Roll"
Classic Chevalier tune
"Johnny B. Goode" singer called "the King of Rock and Roll"
___ Rio, Texas
Corona garnish
Seethe with anger
Timer sound
Relax, as one's grip
Use an ArtGum, say
Toy behind many theme parks
Coward of the stage
Paparazzo's target, for short
Go ___ (lose it)

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