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USA Today crossword of August 30th, 2018 other clues
Barnyard bleaters
American Greetings purchase
Sunday drive, maybe
Shifty sort
"In ___ of gifts . . ."
"On top of that . . ."
Video game with green enemy pigs
Mustachioed surrealist
Brit's "cuppa"
Mafia bigwig
Skyscraper count
Knee or elbow, anatomically
Word before penny or please
C-to-C interval
iPhone function under "Clock"
Gable roof feature
Dietary fiber source
Poison oak woe
Sugar serving
Half the chessmen
Rom-com filmmaker Ephron
Comply with, as a law
Woodwind with a conical bore
"Bad apple" or "big cheese"
Weapon with electrodes
Swimmer Michael with 23 Olympic golds
Cicada sounds
Roger Bannister, notably
Wild and crazy guy
Peeples or Vardalos
Luxury hotel chain
Hard-to-accept situation
Yuletide tune
Place to hibernate
Klondike's territory
Screws up
Texter's "seize the day"
Loos who adapted "Gigi"
Aspiring J.D.'s exam
Hathaway of "Ocean's 8"
Prefix with byte or bucks
It's bellied up to
Deplane dramatically
Peach variety
Mattress filler
Pete Rose's longtime team
Whisk brooms' companions
War memorial, e.g.
Braid of hair
One of the Bahamas' many
Like a jackhammer
Treat for a dog
Bruins great Bobby
Roy Rogers/Dale Evans single
Song you can't get out of your head
Vigeland Sculpture Park city
Sandwich with toothpicks
Hefty volume
HOV ___
Homer king before Hank
Slave away
Trim, as a photo
Smokehouse meats
"God willing!"
Informal "understood"
2 BR/1 BA listing, perhaps
Ballet bend
T. rex in "Jurassic Park," e.g.
Jokes and 61-Downs
Visceral, as feelings
Emcee's lead-in
"See ya!"
___ torch (party light)
To a great degree
Forearm bone
Up to, on a store sign
Bit of Ogden Nash wordplay

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