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USA Today crossword of October 8th, 2017 other clues
Ways on or off
Tent entrance feature
MS-DOS runners of old
"The Tempest" sprite
Do a triathlon
In excellent condition, in ads
Fabrics sold by the yard
Lotion ingredient, often
Beer hall vessel
National park in Utah
Good news for an interviewee
Imposed a spending limit on
Mary of "The Maltese Falcon"
Pervasive qualities
Make homogenous, maybe
A big fan of
Stash in the overhead
Like cacti and hedgehogs
"The Explorer" of kiddie TV
___ hall meeting
Do roadwork
Not as tanned
Chalkboard material
Seal hunters' boats
In the one percent, so to speak
Crystal ball user
Jean Arp, notably
Goes for eagerly
Monkey-see-monkey-do sort
Transit clerk's workplace
Oolong and gunpowder
"El Cid" or "Lawrence of Arabia"
Michaels who produces "The Tonight Show"
Architect's extension
Sold (for)
John with 77 million U.S. album sales
Completely absorbed
Song from a "fat lady"
Personal manner
Eat like a bird
Ring-bearer in "The Lord of the Rings"
Thai's neighbor
"Back in Black" rock band
Cuban currency
Rice cooked in seasoned broth
Franklin's bill, slangily
Take the tiller
Servant whose name comes from "Robinson Crusoe"
Electric power network
Molasses or melted tar
Throw, as a shadow
Place for a ship's figurehead
History Channel show set in Vegas
Right triangle ratio
Take a crack at
Marital skirmish
The Big Easy, by another nickname
Voyage with Kirk and Spock
Scullers' gear
Place for a seaweed wrap
Story with a moral
Accessory with a hula skirt
Wail like a banshee
Start of an online romance, maybe
Place for a flag pin
Best imaginable
Send to the Hill, say
One-pot meal
Hit the bottle
Where to play Marco Polo
Do a mailroom chore
Periodic table fig.
Back in the day
Family reunion group

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