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USA Today crossword of June 8th, 2018 other clues
Rapper married to Beyonce
Schooner fixtures
Historian's focus
Psoriasis soother
Have a major crush on
Choir member
The Ram or the Bull
Storm-tracking system
Side at a BBQ joint
Eggs, to biologists
A buffet may satisfy one
Farthest planet from the sun, now
Brought into balance
Mystical glow
"To Tell the Truth" group
Silly goose
Uses a letter opener on
Sales receipt figure
Minuscule amount
Coupe's two
Cheerio feature
Commuter's option
Like rats' eyes
Daily double, e.g.
Fey of "30 Rock"
Give one's word to
Quarry of sorts
Jonathan or Granny Smith
Super serve
Having color
Be of advantage to
Stetson feature
Dimwitted drooler of comics
Cake from Linz
Sch. near the Rio Grande
Cantaloupe's cover
Butler's invitation
Greek food cart offering
Segel of "I Love You, Man"
Still in the game
Stretch class wear
Enlightenment-seeking sect
Place for a yacht
"Love is blind," e.g.
Word with fountain or cracker
Place for a sand wedge
Asps and adders
Powdery crayon
Tuckered out
Governor's domain
Removed, as a double-parked car
Hide, dog-style
12/31 et al.
StarKist's Charlie, e.g.
Treads heavily
Like a good souffle
Pen point
Debtor's slip
Cusser's mouthwash, once
"Animal House" event
Flagon filler
Millennial's parent, for short
Convention voter
Analog watch part
Sunbather's risk
Napa Valley product
Like many tours or missiles
More far-fetched
Dislike big-time
Arab kingdom native
Yarn shop buy
Vindictive feeling
More slippery
A drummer sets it
Bath's river
AutoZone buy
Software glitch

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