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The Denver Post crossword of April 21st, 2018 other clues
Novel postscript
Clairvoyant's gift, briefly
Mineral abundant in liver
Hairpieces, slangily
"My Funny Valentine" lyricist Lorenz
Honest-to-goodness
Young ___ (library section)
Well-chewed Bazooka hunk
Fields of expertise
Iranian currency
___ de plume
Conrad's "___ Jim"
Socially inept sort
Drooling toon dog
Phonograph part
Make an entrance
Cybercafe amenity
Deliveries from Clay or Webster
Bacon or Lamb work
Garlic-crushing tool
Papa John's orders
Muscle cars nicknamed "Goats"
Louvre Pyramid designer
Petting zoo animals
Tijuana's peninsula, briefly
Uncle Remus creator Joel Chandler
Exemplary one
Falls back
"If all ___ fails . . ."
Distribute, with "out"
Norse god on an eight-legged horse
Petty of "Orange Is the New Black"
Currency in Cape Town
River of Caen
Foe of Connors and Lendl
Mesozoic and Victorian
Rara ___
Touched the tarmac
Midler of "The Rose"
Wraps up
Ward with the 1979 No. 1 hit "Ring My Bell"
Self-referential, in modern lingo
PC support pro
Jackass' sound
Catch on
"Who ___ to say?"
Muddled situation
Window-closing PC key
Ginnie or Fannie follower
1974 pop hit with Spanish lyrics
"War and Peace," e.g.
Pager's sound
Hosp. scrub areas
Some humanities degs.
Where apnea might be studied
On the way up
Poetic unit of rhythm
River through Kazakhstan
___ boots ('60s footwear)
Negotiations glitch
Dairy product from Monterey
Dutch dairy export
Parsley or sage
Emma the Avenger
It cleans gunk from auto bodies
Toward the stern
Village Voice bestowal
Inaugural ball, e.g.
Fey of "Baby Mama"
Warnings of gas leaks
Myanmar, by another name
Spiner who played Data
Fully anesthetized
Like a well-basted turkey
Interlock, as gears
Science magazine of the 1970s-'90s
Floor wedge, perhaps

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