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USA Today crossword of September 19th, 2018 other clues
Baseball's "Georgia Peach"
On-deck circle implement
Rival of 43-Down
Carb or fat unit
Pinto or lima
Move, in Realtor lingo
Dodge, as taxes
Neither up nor down
HBO host Oliver
Wyatt of the Wild West
Dance done to "Hava Nagila"
Vivid, as crayons
"Back in Black" rock band
Iditarod terminus
Orchestral "ill wind"
Cookie in dirt cups
Said "not guilty," e.g.
Deviated, nautically
Form a scab, e.g.
Elbows rudely
Property measurement
Emissary abroad
Aid to a fence climber
Takes orders from
Gave in a little
Corporate sycophants
Sinatra ex Gardner
Abridge, perhaps
Auditioner's objective
Upper bound of an aquifer
Slip past
Rooms with trophy cases
Meat in menudo
Paula with six No. 1 singles
Porch tinklers
Verbally attack
Counting everything
In a cooler, perhaps
Act the nitpicker
Paid close attention to
Scramble, as a message
Ivy League school in Philly
Tasty mushroom
Muffin choice
Arcing shot
Ebbets Field star Pee Wee
Page of "Juno"
Forest floor growth
King of tragedy
Topple from office
Pickler's solution
Herman played by Fred Gwynne
Whenever one wishes
Boorish sort
Red tag event
Tuxedo lapel fabric
By ___ of (due to)
Sci-fi beings, for short
Having what it takes
Earth is part of it
Prom hairstyle, perhaps
Planets, to poets
Bullwinkle, e.g.
Carpet features
Orator's spot
Use a strop on
Either "True Grit" director
Curtis of cosmetics
"Green" topic suggested by the starts of 20-Across and 11- and 29-Down
Tuna at sushi bars
Jazz trio, e.g.
Like die-hard fans
Feeling of anxiety
Miles of "Psycho"
"Minute" fare
Airline serving kosher meals
India's Untouchables, e.g.

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