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"The Simpsons" clerk crossword clue


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LA Times crossword of January 18th, 2018 other clues
Software glitches ... and, in a broad sense, small things hidden in the answers to starred clues
Trouble greatly
LG competitor
First name at Woodstock
*Try not to look bored
Lithium-__ battery
Pakistani tongue
Scoresheet slashes
Find fault to a fault
Mandarin discard
Siberian expanse
Some hot rods
Penske rival
*Google Code of Conduct motto
Succumb to gravity
"Cut it out already!"
Curly-tailed dog
Rummy game played with two decks
Suffix for NPR's website
"You sure of that?"
Gallery VIPs
Hawaiian wedding rings
Neruda's "__ to My Socks"
Make full
Credits as a source
Commuter org. in the Loop
*"The Imitation Game" subject
Comic-Con attendee
Door opener
Pequod co-owner
Dugong or manatee
It doesn't go off
Friskies sister brand
"Lookee here!"
Turkey's second-largest city
Enjoyed People
Singer Fogelberg
*Acting like the locals
Stage great Hagen
White __
Site of Napoleon's exile
Accessories for many lawn mowers
Engrave with acid
Dalai Lama, for one
Part of SASE: Abbr.
Sport with clay pigeons
Wartime prez
Canapé spread
Sci-fi aviators
Husky follower
Shapiro of NPR
Suburban trees
Hole's starting point for skilled golfers
Many a college graduate's burden
Trial run designed to catch 54-Across
"__ Walks in Beauty": Byron poem
"You've Got Mail" co-star
"Fernando" pop group
Letters replacing unlisted items
Bureau unit
Internet greeting
Be a bad sport
iTunes downloads
Raison d'__
West Wing staffer
"How're things?"
Fort Meade org.

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