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The Denver Post crossword of August 9th, 2018 other clues
Shrine to remember
Declines, as popularity
Exchange verbal jabs
Cavalryman's sidearm
Banks who held the Fiercee Awards
Cornstarch brand
Give a scalp massage?
Sorvino of "Summer of Sam"
Soup toss-in, perhaps
Like a fillet
Par for the course
Is worthy of
Image composed of several X-rays
Lizard kept as a pet
Kudos, slangily
From square one
Shows partiality
Hard-to-please celebrity
Harper Valley org. of song
Fabric with diagonal ribs
Hauled to the station house
Studio do-over
Having a soft touch
Toil away
Tailor's line
Language that gave us "sherpa"
Criticized severely
Tandoor, for one
Hold one jack in one's hand?
Undiluted, at the bar
Bow-wielding god
Moth-___ (ratty)
Makes a blooper
Misshapen, in a way
Plumb tuckered out
Seeks directions, say
Turner, the "Sweater Girl"
Victim in Genesis
Ravioli filling, sometimes
First, second or third
Anesthetic of old
"See ya"
"Smooth Operator" singer
Pago Pago native
Make a 2-D glass of Guinness?
See eye to eye
Garmin display lines
Before long, to a bard
Victoria's Secret merchandise
Oases in cartoons, e.g.
Lip balm target
Many a Hooverville dwelling
Slander Smokey?
Raven's cry
Auctioneer's "Sold!"
Boom times
Company car, for example
Devil's work
Part of a French door
Place to graze
Politico Quayle
"Ignore this correction"
2016's "Ben-Hur" et al.
Decathlon components
Inaugural ball, for one
Goliath's undoing
Giblets part
Thumb-turning critic Roger
Ill-fated captain of fiction
Dog tag datum
Start of a gridiron play
___ Modern (London gallery)
Like an Olympic year
Door ding
German surname starter

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