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USA Today crossword of December 27th, 2018 other clues
Tea with Indian spices
Chess pieces usually moved first
Auto parts giant
Traffic jam sound
Lindsay of "Mean Girls"
Sharif of "Che!"
S&L offerings
Ready to blow one's stack
Lawn party rental
West Wing conference
Blood bank fluids
Patio bug-killer sound
Buffet stack
Org. created by the 1933 Banking Act
Served, as time
Held sway over
Main railway route
Farm workers in pairs
Auctioneer's word
Join the game, in a way
Reptile with a hinged shell
Curled-upper-lip look
Stat for Shohei Ohtani
Fiddler's tune
Monkey's place, in a game
Jason Bourne's org.
Many Little League coaches
Home plate umpire's wear
Coloratura's delivery
Day trip, say
Far from stuffy
Harleys, to bikers
Give one's two cents
Temporary insanity, e.g.
Icy Hot target
Harrow rival
In vogue
Dance done with hands held
Many a Syrian
Not taking no for an answer
Tooth-extraction tool
Place for a stent, perhaps
Collision sound
"Great" kid-lit detective
Reacting to pollen, say
Consequence of poor service
Call from the flock
Feeling of hunger
Tate Modern display
Can't live without
Sail a zigzag course
Mueller's Russiagate investigation, e.g.
Las Vegas hotel named for an Egyptian city
Amazon Echo's assistant
Feature absent from generic products
Sahara formation
Supped in style
Debriefing info
Name on fairway mowers
Mallgoer's convenience
Plant trees and shrubs, say
"Nicely done!"
"Topaz" novelist Leon
Fries, at McDonald's
Hot Wheels maker
Put an end to
Summer who sang "On the Radio"
Holey, lightweight shoe
Above the strike zone
Bear with a too-hard chair
Jousters' contest
Snack with a Thin Bites variety
Romney's 2012 running mate
"I thought so!"

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