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The Denver Post crossword of June 6th, 2018 other clues
Lose one's mind
Like a milquetoast
Basis for a lawsuit
Love, in a Dean Martin song
Gymnast Korbut
Director Kazan
Ranger's eye test?
Causing wear
Yacht club competition
Puts into words
Slapped the cuffs on
Of the pre-Easter period
Plumped-up fowl
Shade similar to teal
Lawrence of Arabia's mount
Comics bark
Match.com's Amsterdam office?
Family female, for short
Family females
Beach formation
Jotted down
Brought dishonor to
Fit for a king
Pro ___ (in proportion)
Unrestricted, as a mutual fund
Sauce in bloody mary mixes
007's tavern tab?
Garfield's canine pal
Orca's prey
Brought into pitch
___ off (angry)
Silly sort
Parts of quarter notes
Stare slack-jawed
Epps of "The Mod Squad"
Philippine native
Old flatboats
Cook up
Go in a leisurely way
Cole Porter's "Bingo ___ Yale"
Swelled heads
Orson Welles' "Citizen"
Ayatollah's capital
Faux fat brand
Christina of "Monster"
Like a saved seat
Tennis great Lendl
King who sang "It's Too Late"
Young fellows
Prefix meaning "the same"
Brownie morsels
Tic ___ (tiny mint)
"Rag Mop" singers the ___ Brothers
___ XING (street sign)
Defeatist's word
Diploma holder, for short
Coty of France
Mister Rogers of old TV
Globetrotters' home
Simon and Garfunkel, e.g.
"Give Kids a Smile" org.
Checked by airport security
Musial in Cooperstown
Nuns' garb
Bomb-defusing machine
Lyric poem type
Spirit in a lamp
On a slant
Thomas who twitted Boss Tweed
Picked from the deck
Share a border with
Trigonometry ratio
Skelton's Kadiddlehopper
Former GM make, for short
Mai ___ cocktail

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