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The Denver Post crossword of November 11th, 2018 other clues
Cook, as Colonel Sanders did
Indispensable items
"A mouse!"
Element in Vegas signs
Attendants on flights
Offers to auditioners
Causes of some traffic slowdowns
Voting to reject
Schedule opening
Bear with a hard bed and chair
Gain through trickery
Reason to hit the books
Greek letter whose first letter is silent
Tempter in 43-Across
First 30-day mo.
Magazine holder
Write hastily
Brought into alignment
Angler with a net
Snail-mail payment option
Musk of SpaceX
Prima donna's solo
At the head of the line
Mall map listings
Whisperer of sweet nothings
Commandos' weapons
Geek Squad workers
Reply to the minister
Fraternal org. founded as the Jolly Corks
"Get lost!"
Brit's "I agree!"
"The Untouchables" star
Attic or penthouse
Sean Connery's compatriots
Tilter's mount
FWIW part
Panzer division units
Expel, as 13-Across
Ready to blow one's top
Many a Michener novel
Cracked, as a mystery
"Jurassic World" dino
Olympic dash units
Dispatches, as a mosquito
Oater brawl locale
"The Joy Luck Club" author
Reduces to tatters
Duke or earl
Topper for Laurel or Hardy
Brief period, briefly
Evidence of a gas leak
Boorish sort
Campbell of "Scream"
Bowlers' conversions
Gets juice from
See-through sheet
Prefix with morph or plasm
Tattooist's canvas
Prospector's pursuit
Electoral map color
Results of some INTs
Superfluous word in Cheech and Chong routines
Share on Facebook, say
Putter's target
Give the thumbs-down to
Christina of "Monster"
A bit, informally
Dance that can't be done solo
There's no current in one
Magma, when above ground
Word that can precede the last parts of 17- and 65-Across and 10- and 30-Down
Forbidden fruit locale
Numbers-choosing game
Starting squad
Clean one's plate
Rating units on Yelp

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