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USA Today crossword of September 9th, 2018 other clues
Lights-out tune
Carb source, informally
Had a stiff neck, e.g.
Barracks no-show
Sax larger than a soprano
"I kid you not!"
"Carol" actress Rooney
Complain, so to speak
Deli pancake
Pay for everyone
Greek goddess of wisdom
Put into pigeonholes
"Walk-___ welcome"
Race car's stop
React to a bad call, say
Merit badge earner
Uppercut target
The bearded Smurf
Go overboard with
Became threadbare
Works with dizzying effects
Inked design, for short
"Great Expectations" hero
Tyler of "Jersey Girl"
Rickey Henderson's 1,406
Lipton competitor
Settle permanently
"Doe" or "Roe," perhaps
Dust Bowl migrant
Fay of "King Kong"
Ring great Archie
Grey of western novels
Canal called "Clinton's Folly"
Many fourth-down plays
Gave the once-over to
Shoulder muscle, slangily
Florida cigar city
Stick around for
Place for a rocking chair
Quench, as thirst
Yangtze River boat
Whodunit's essence
Predominantly Mormon state
Ready to serve
"It's about time!"
Curmudgeonly sorts
Quarterback's syllable
Fraternal fellow
Litmus component
First principle of Kwanzaa
Tarnish, as a reputation
President with a dog named Bo
Dogie catcher
"Skoal!" is one
Baskin-Robbins serving
Smartphone display unit
Sings like Cab Calloway
100 points, to a jeweler
Mount the soapbox
Metro area, briefly
"___ Alibi" (Selleck movie)
Early 1960s dance craze
Generic dog's name
Selling points
Requiring assembly
Did a planter's job
MLB executive Joe
Cyber Monday sales
Until now
Drop off
Just so-so
Cellar contents
Intensify, with "up"
Reed who sang "Walk on the Wild Side"
Solar wind particle

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