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The Denver Post crossword of December 21st, 2017 other clues
Clobber with snowballs
Figaro's city
Broken mirror, to some
Jerry's partner in ice cream
Lose on purpose
Some sugar sources
Landscaper's tool
Try again, as a court case
Like Welsh rarebit
Persian despot of old
"The Jazz Singer," notably
Led Zeppelin's "Whole ___ Love"
Way up or down
Studio sign
Fare with mimosas
PC storage medium, once
Turntable part
Sound of a faceplant
Toward the rudder
___ Scotia lox
Tesla or watt
"Monster's Ball" actress, and a 2002 Bond Girl
Source of fries, slangily
Et ___ (footnote abbr.)
Make hopping mad
Place for a "cuppa"
Like morning grass
En masse
Finger protector
Bank (on)
Go "pfft"
Tear to shreds
Give a hoot
Alternative to ale
Laser printer need
Dean Martin song topic
Word in the three wise monkeys' proverb
"Deathtrap" playwright Ira
Running score
Chip away at
Closer's stat
Affleck thriller
Leprechaun land
Pebbles' toon father
Identifies, slangily
Rolls Royce radial
"Still mooing," at a diner
Diminutive, in Dogpatch
Is a buttinsky
"American Sniper" setting
Either of Dumbo's "wings"
". . . yada, yada, yada"
Female Kodiak, say
Call to a bellhop
Chaney who played Quasimodo
Times in want ads
Court-martial candidate
"Lois & Clark" actress, and a 1997 Bond Girl
Banish to Siberia
"Nightclubbing" singer, and a 1985 Bond Girl
Nabisco ___ Wafers
Take the tiller
Humvee precursor
11/11 honoree
Yield to wanderlust
"Get Carter" actress, and a 1974 Bond Girl
Some roofing pros
Gazpacho, for one
One of four classical elements
Rice who writes of vampires
Till stack
Follow stealthily
Yet to be filled
Like petting zoo animals
Fabled also-ran
Things in some tabloid pics
Cloverleaf part

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