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Short haircut, and a hint to 17-, 25-, 43- and 54-Across crossword clue


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LA Times crossword of October 16th, 2018 other clues
Whopper inventors
Toss of a coin
Bosc relative
"Doctor Zhivago" heroine
Himalayas locale
Relative of "The pen is mightier than the sword"
Census datum
Levy that led to a 1773 "party"
2000 election dangler
Rear-window alert about an infant
"__ Sera, Sera"
"See ya later!"
Altar neighbor
Ahi, for one
__ avis
Wooden storage container
Mental acuity
Former Russian ruler
Frau's mister
Nest for an eaglet
In a lather, with "up"
Dog show award
Small salamander
Show curiosity
Melodious piece
God in the Vatican
Dust jacket blurb
Arizona stadium renamed Chase Field as a result of a financial merger
Play opener
Nano or Shuffle
Lugosi of "Dracula" fame
Keep __ on: observe
Justice Kagan
Chocolate dogs
Pertaining to, on memos
Early competitor of Mr. Clean
Versailles royal
Movable sports car top
Intentional fall, in basketball
British washroom
100-yard golf hole, say
Capacitance unit
Future JD's exam
Old Sony brand
Tailless cat
Rosary feature
How landslide victories are won
Fidel or Raúl
Tree whose sap is used in a soft drink
Baron Cohen's Kazakh journalist
Least furnished, as a room
Eye-bending paintings
24 sheets of paper
Free from bonds
Slacked (off)
Dance provocatively
What a dog will do with a bone
Kiss from Carlos
Epic __: disaster
Finnish electronics giant
Basic rhyme scheme
Speed competition
Part of IBM: Abbr.
Barq's rival
Block of hay
Gumbo vegetable
Radon-regulating org.

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