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The Denver Post crossword of January 19th, 2019 other clues
Did the last leg of a triathlon
Have the flu, say
Best man's delivery
All-in-one printer option
Unit pricing word
Fruit found in chutney
TV's Magnum et al.
Part of a lacrosse goal
Bygone Manhattan trains
Beantown daily
Veg out
Operate a Cessna, say
Classroom assistant
Absolute monarchy of the Mideast
Popular therapy dog
Irish Rose's beau
Help the checkout person, perhaps
Celestial diagrams
"High Hopes" lyricist Sammy
"Animal Kingdom" channel
Kite snagger in "Peanuts"
Winery dregs
Make sense of, in a way
Forensic science facility
Cigar with a light-colored wrapper
Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, for short
Canine visitor to the Emerald City
Vampire played by Tom Cruise
Question from a worried patient, perhaps
Dr. Phil's surname
Violinist Mischa
Waffle maker
Exact retribution for
Lay blame upon
Buzzer ___ (last-second shot)
Granola morsel
Toddler's glassful
Great Barrier Reef ray
One in a laundromat array
Inedible orange
Report "fake news"
Offensive or defensive gridder
Have in mind
Play for a sap
Drudge of the Drudge Report
HOMES member
Egyptian portrayed by Liz
Bird on Australia's coat of arms
In on, with "to"
Divisions of Wicca, e.g.
Like an alley cat
Sampler of the forbidden fruit
Mannerly man, briefly
Drill team's arms
Toy soldier material
Bitter brew, perhaps
Nyro who wrote "Eli's Comin'"
Ghostly glow
Andrew Carnegie's industry
J. Edgar Hoover's crew, for short
French capital, in a Porter song
JFK-to-TLV carrier
"Not to mention . . ."
Force from the premises
Hippie's adornment
Prune center
Period associated with a president, perhaps
Guillotinelike office tool
Source of peat
Fastener that's "bucked up"
Cookies in some pie crusts
Naval burial place, perhaps
"Mm-mm good!"
Low isle
Extreme sorrow
Short, heavy rainstorm
Hooverville dwellings

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