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USA Today crossword of June 10th, 2017 other clues
Sub ___ (in secret)
"___ see that coming!"
Martinez with three Cy Youngs
Do a patisserie job
Cabinet department until 1947
Reading after a reset
Metronome sound
"Doctor My Eyes" singer
Gdansk resident
Stepfather of JFK Jr., in headlines
He "stung like a bee"
Islands instrument, for short
Name in high-end handbags
"Frankenfood" letters
It may be lent or bent
"Punky Brewster" star
See 14-Across
Covers, as with a spice rub
"Chocolate" dogs, for short
Prepare for a selfie
North of Iran-Contra
When flights are due (Abbr.)
Monkey-see-monkey-do sort
With "and" and 62-Across, easily settled
"The Deerslayer" character Bumppo
Joy of "The View"
Guesstimate word
Maze word
Duller of the senses
Form into a ball
Refuse to grant
Get really ticked off
Wintour of fashion
Put on the back burner
Responded as if hypnotized
Early hours, poetically
Sunbather's risk
Wild guess
Awards for "Rent" and "Art"
Facetious fall guy for one's bad behavior
Pianist with a trademark candelabrum
Mormon church, for short
Church members, collectively
Granola bit
Mork's planet
Companion of red beans
Classic column style
Driver's lic. stat
Nick's wife, in "The Thin Man"
Hairy son in Genesis
Foolish sort
Place to buy stink bombs
Place for a pint
Beast that's a homophone of 26-Down
Announcer Johnny who said "Come on down!"
See 39-Down
Test for an M.A. seeker
Outfielder's call
Punch holes in, as a lawn
Name in sunglasses
Coiffed like Rapunzel
Take out or let in
Walk unhurriedly
Phone on an iPhone, e.g.
Transgender character in a Kinks tune
Brewer's ingredient
Got out of Dodge
Aromatherapy spot
Apple splitter of legend
Prefix with physics
Quotable Yankee legend
Mortgage holder's security
His ___ (self-important sort)
"Ars Amatoria" poet
Helen Gamble player in "The Practice"
Beehive State native
Stan of Marvel Comics

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