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The Denver Post crossword of February 3rd, 2018 other clues
Electron's home
Bartender's stock
Cold War barrier
Word before block or health
Nastassja Kinski title role
Zapped with a stun gun
Blacken on a grill
Took one's turn
The ___ Four (The Beatles)
In a blaze
Salmon also called "silvers"
Conquistador's victim
Muddy up
Sub captain's command
Silent performer
Caroler's tune
Cattle prod
"Buy It Now" site
Casino's big spender
Operatic superstar
Salon pros
Nile bird
Colossal, for an olive
Help for a guesser
Sushi bar fish
Fertile triangle
Project detail, briefly
Cpls.' superiors
Honshu port
They may conceal shiners
Being pulled along
Paper-and-pencil puzzle
Move like a hummingbird
"Jabberwocky" opener
Muscle cramp, e.g.
Public announcers of old
City near Lake Tahoe
Hotel freebie
Prefix with dynamics
Policy guru
Doves' antitheses
Slobs' milieux
Lose one's cool
Port city where the Maine blew up
Bits in fried rice
In the works
"The Marines' Hymn" city
Make Pilsner
In times gone by
Catch ___ (comprehend)
Antioxidant-rich berry
1992 Joe Pesci title role
Home to billions
Suffix with elephant or serpent
SEALs' branch
Chaney of horror movies
Word that can follow the first parts of 17- and 55-Across and 10- and 24-Down
Hungarian-born philanthropist George
Explores caves
1950s campaign nickname
Oater "necktie"
Mary ___ (cosmetics name)
Nantes' river
Uppercut target
Check falsifier
Purplish-red shade
Start of many a limerick
Mushers' vehicles
Cartoondom's ___ E. Coyote
John, "The Teflon Don"
Mucky stuff
Coals, on Frosty
Hobby farm bug
Is still in the running
"Heads ___, tails . . ."
Run wild on the range
Movie ape, for short

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