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LA Times crossword of October 16th, 2017 other clues
Source of valuable metal
Md. summer hrs.
Mariner's "Help!"
Assembly instructions start
Settled on a rail
Work's opposite
"Ready, __, fire!"
Fibber or Molly of old radio
Holy __: brat
Sch. with a Phoenix campus
Digital readouts, for short
Polar expedition vehicle
Beatles song used as wake-up music on the last Space Shuttle mission
Staple or nail driver
The "S" in GPS
Thing to scratch
Striped big cat
Mortarboard tossers
1967 Neil Diamond song title line preceding "Go to my head"
"What'd __?": returning traveler's query
Tear to pieces
Bahraini money
Musician Keys
Campus midshipmen's prog.
Golden State wine region
Pest-control brand
Quaint quarters
Taken care of
Poland Spring competitor
British sports cars
Makes, as money
No more than
Nuclear trial, briefly
Kisses, in romantic letters
Less-traveled way
Bring into the firm
Former trans-Atl. fliers
Dist. you can see
Sales team
401(k) kin: Abbr.
Like Saran wrap
Brown played by Candice Bergen
Abs exercise
"Blame It __": 1984 film set in Brazil
On the __: at large
Hoity-toity manners
Isaac's eldest
Grade school crush, often
Baseball putout, often
Cut again, as grass
About 66.5 degrees, for the Arctic Circle
Violates a "private property" sign
Dog or coyote
"Buona __": Gino's "Good evening"
Pigeon sound
Revolving blade sharpener
Extinct since way back when ... and, in a way, what each set of circles represents
Got up
Race with batons
Words to Brutus
Actress Lena
Early record player
Give it __: make an effort
Little pigs number
Islands visited by Darwin
One World Trade Center topper

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