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The Sunday Crossword by Evan Birnholz crossword of February 10th, 2019 other clues
Farrow of "Dark Horse"
He has antlers
___ song
"Levon" singer John
Grandma, in kid-speak
Slinky shape
Florida setting of "Moonlight"
Trousers worn while having a nip of vodka?
Negate, as in writing
Quadruple double?
"Peer Gynt" playwright Ibsen
IT titan
Denim garment worn by author Judy?
Screenwriter May
Absolute ruler's rule
"Don Quixote" setting
Figure skating mishap
Blazers worn while ringing church bells?
Facilities with Jacuzzis
Very poor, as chances
NFC participant in Super Bowl LIII
Cry while looking through binoculars
Marge's father-in-law
Canine pal of 78 Across
Like a full-moon viewing?
Ask for sensitive info
Outdoor garments worn while checking the inventory at Madame Tussauds?
"Go ___"
Annual athletic awards
Weisshorn's range
With 76 Across, attire worn by some models, and an alternate title for this puzzle
Goes kaput, as an engine
Part of a belief system
Backs out of a deal?
___ over (consider)
See 67 Across
Feline pal of 53 Across
Semisolid dessert
"M" star
Business attire worn while making a sudden leap for cured salmon?
Noise from a kennel
Conflict that involved the British capture of Johannesburg in 1900
Fringe-___ lizard
Cry before "Go!"
Think the world of
Place for inedible spam
Neglect to mention
NBA star who starred in "Kazaam," familiarly
Footwear worn by an amoeba?
Heels of a loaf
See 8 Down
Window frame
It's mined in RuneScape
Dress bottom worn by an editor of a men's magazine?
"It's about ___ big"
Pops, affectionately
Police station?
Summer wear worn by one who reeked?
Locks in a den?
Sonata specification
Slacker Radio offering
Mega Stuf cookie brand
Make embarrassed
Originated (from)
Goes (for)
Get the facts mixed up
Prepares, as potatoes
Suffering eternal torment, so to speak
"My Lord," in Hebrew
Asp holes
Shade of many cookies
Militant movement opposed to far-right-wing ideology
Statement with a meter reading
With 107 Across, regular order
Sage or cilantro, e.g.
Carrier that's grounded on the Sabbath
Apply badly
Free from liability
Image of a flexed arm or a thumbs-up sign, e.g.
Fishing need, often
Sandwich sign-off
Foreboding occurrence
Petty criticisms
Bacon or facon pieces
Safety ___
Goya's nude subject
Quality of being simple
Clairvoyants' decks
Release, as energy
Uber or Lyft alternatives
U.K. highway measures
Cheerleader's quality
"Fresh ___" (longtime NPR program)
Porcine quarters
"Family Guy" character with red hair
Domains for carriers and cruisers
Extremely impressed
Like some lab solutions
Academically banish
Digitizer of documents
Publicly criticize
Former prime minister Barak or Olmert
Household spray brand
First name in fashion
On point
Mint products
Source of Pew data
South African kingdom subjects of the 1800s
Netflix star Kemper
Type of blood clot
Name on Irish euros
Pickle or jam
49ers great Ronnie
Choice for Hamlet
Coral reef predators
Some sci-fi rebels
Woolly creature
It features works adapted for the screen
Turquoise and others
"That's exactly right!"
___ blond (hair color)
Grp. concerned with Common Core standards
Certain recluse's home
Broncos, e.g.
"Well, now!" to a bloke
Is defeated by
Take care of
Standing Rock people
"Last Week Tonight" host John
Flirt with, verbally
"We need to stop this!"
Don of a TV advertising agency
It may detect motion
Opposite of a flop
Word from a toddler
___ League
Heroine of 1990s TV
CBS NFL analyst Tony
Restaurant collection
She has no antlers
Six-legged worker

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