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USA Today crossword of March 16th, 2019 other clues
One in a Community Chest stack
Crunch time fill-in
Director Ethan or Joel
Mellow woodwind
Miss Hawkins of Dogpatch
Fantasy fiend
Tiny particles in space
John Deere implement
Signal from offstage
"Cheap Thrills" singer
Teapot to-do?
"History repeats ___"
Future sturgeon
Monarch's eldest son, typically
Show to be false
Foot-operated part of a drum kit
Londoner's lavatory
Took a gander at
Battle of Normandy city
"We ___ not amused"
Hands over by treaty
"Gee whiz!"
Commercially available Yankees jersey, e.g.
Sigh from a massage table
Butterfinger maker
Moved stealthily
Dating site datum
Pastor's nickname
"Nothin' doin'"
Estimated age of an artifact, perhaps
Iditarod terminus
Prepared to be dubbed
Foot problem, for some
Train in a ring
Like Victoria's Secret wares
Took one's turn
Spherical bacteria
Give or take
Pasadena posies
Beto O'Rourke's party (Abbr.)
Bit of verbal trumpeting
Dot follower, on campus
Moisten in the produce aisle
"I Won't Grow Up" singer
Penny, to a Brit
Stare wolfishly
Cupid, to the Greeks
Mature eft
"Star Trek" genre, for short
Key Biscayne, e.g.
Zoo barrier, perhaps
Israel's Barak or Olmert
Valerie Harper sitcom
Capitol Hill staffers
Engage in an online scam
Carrier to the Holy Land
Year-end refrain
Carmela's mobster husband
Straggler's place
Jane in a Bronte novel
Motorist's "Move it!"
Verifies, as one's arithmetic
Hotel room roll-ins
"See ya!"
Fenway "Monster" color
Shaver's need
Bar at Fort Knox
Plumbing or carpentry
Permit to board
Chris with three Wimbledon singles wins
Vintners' vessels
Chain that bought Applebee's
Cat also called a cougar
Hamlet, by nationality
In a deft manner
Mardi Gras king
DJIA part

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