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Susan of "L.A. Law" crossword clue


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The Denver Post crossword of October 12th, 2018 other clues
Hendrix hairdo
Soon, to poets
Was nostalgic
Drooling dog of comics
KOA patron
Poor, as chances go
Carpet or street cleaner
Theater ticket datum
PBS thank-you gift, often
Reason to cram
Led, as a meeting
Half the "I Got You Babe" duo
Some salon paintings
Activated, as an alarm
Petty criticism, slangily
Claiborne of fashion
Kerouac's "Big ___"
River spanned by Ponte Vecchio
Spitting bullets
Early release
"Inferno" poet
Transvaal trekker
Feathers adhesive of old
Skit bit
Delaying strategy
One of three articles
Cheese in a red coat
Taffeta or satin quality
Scott Joplin piece
Cockpit fig.
Verne submariner
Deep passion
Bit of hair gel
Hybrid golf garment
Gobbled, with "down"
State that was once a republic
EOS camera maker
Template used in drafting
Where Washington surprised the Hessians
Sporty Toyotas of yore
Comfortable, like some jeans
Ralph who bashed the Corvair
Gadgets used with cutting boards
Saint Teresa's city
Part of the name of one nicknamed "Trey," perhaps
Patsy who sang "Crazy"
Shaver's faceful
Dust-creating tools
Dull as dishwater
Guinness suffix
Consults a crystal ball
Mendes of "Hitch"
Didn't just sit
In range
George C. who played Patton
Exacta player, e.g.
"Terrible twos," e.g.
Shannon who sang "Runaway"
Is worth it
Word of surrender
Some smartphone messages
Most meager, as a diet
Bombeck who wrote "At Wit's End"
Aberdeen miss
Italy's Via ___
1984 loser to Reagan
Baseball's Dizzy or Daffy
What one might do to the last parts of 17- and 60-Across and 11- and 28-Down
LGBT rights-defending org.
Owner-player go-between
Sticking point, metaphorically
Setting for many van Goghs
Like Perot's presidential runs
Read, but never post
Woody's folksy son
Seamster's creation
"Aqualung" band Jethro ___

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