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Utah's ___ Canyon crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of October 3rd, 2018 other clues
Herd at Yellowstone
The challengers
Check closely
Nonhumanities subjects, for short
Checks for a fracture, perhaps
Norm: Abbr
Took gold
Director Van Sant
Object of worship
'Das Kapital' author
English novelist McEwan
Office note
It ebbs and flows
Train stop
'Go, team!'
One end of a maze
Tuna type
Place to play musical spoons
'She' responds to voice commands
Lab work
Presidential perk until 1977
1,000 in a metric ton
Football field marking
Like a dog on a walk, usually
Prince George, to Prince William
Actor Epps
Garden dividers
Like Brutalist architecture
Vain queen who boasted that she was more beautiful than 18-Across
Purplish-red flowers
Alexander who wrote 'The Dunciad'
Generation ___
Like Edward Snowden
Where 63-Across ruled prior to her banishment
Rank for Jay Landsman on 'The Wire': Abbr
An American abroad
Gets ready to play hockey, with 'up'
Locales for many food courts
Where a river meets the sea
Roald who wrote 'James and the Giant Peach'
Annual Austin festival, for short
Gives comfort
Long, thin mushroom
Writer Beattie
Roof feature
Base ___
Gobble down
Year abroad
Sailor's quaff
God who banished 63-Across to the sky, as depicted by the constellation formed by the X's in this puzzle's finished grid
Sea nymphs, in Greek mythology
Guessing a number an audience member has thought of, e.g
Big factor in longevity
Shortening brand
Had by heart
Cereal fruit
Moves like a heron
'Don't Cry for Me Argentina' musical
Sit quietly, perhaps
Certain operating system
Muckraker Tarbell
Chasers in many a chase scene
Munch Museum city
Tear in two

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