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USA Today crossword of November 18th, 2017 other clues
Watson of Harry Potter movies
Performer in whiteface
Ballpark attendees, collectively
Icky stuff
Australian mine yield
Burton of "Roots"
Sound of horror
Eggplant ___ (deli hero)
Mimic's forte
1970s-'80s John Ritter sitcom
Postings at the Preakness
Zebroid's parent, perhaps
Butt-head's buddy
Planted microphone
Barber's touchup
Sewing machine pioneer Howe
King of Judea until 4 B.C.
"___ Got a Secret"
October clothing purchase, perhaps
Packed away
Babes in the woods
A beanball might spark one
Wasp's home
Get blubbery
Stickshift selections
___ for it (seek trouble)
1983 Tom Cruise movie
20-ounce Starbucks order
Prefix with date or chamber
Seance noises
___ out (withdrew)
Fateful day in the Roman Senate
Golf clubs with metal or composite heads, now
Libel or slander
Fender ding
Cobb salad ingredient
Castle or zoo barrier
Slam dance
Rides for many Bermuda tourists
"No bet"
Cohn who wrote "Walking in Memphis"
Sailors' patron saint
Shows 4-Down, in a way
Lunch or dinner, e.g.
Place to use Easy-Off
On one's guard
Not sweet, as wines go
Holder of over 1,000 patents
Sight-challenged Mr. of cartoons
Brendan who wrote "Borstal Boy"
Make euphoric
Late Fox News CEO Roger
Like NFL linemen
Banquet vessels
Annie Oakley's weapon
Like Wrigley Field's walls
Parcels, with "out"
Next in line, in a way
Treat like garbage
Totally nuts
Walked unsteadily
Took a sample of
Hardest to outwit
Loses traction
Daisy lookalike
Default consequence, briefly
Division word
Worm on a hook, say
Word processor's "go back"
Event for shopaholics
Board game turn, maybe
Altar pledge
Rode the bench

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