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USA Today crossword of August 29th, 2018 other clues
VURM wine rack seller
In reserve
Breaker of a mental block
Lindbergh's heading
Al of "An Inconvenient Truth"
Operating system since the '70s
Freeway's lack
Strauss of denim
Magnet material
Pics on skin
Kermit the Frog's salutation
Yule pudding fruits
In a fresh way
Shark tale of 1975
Charged toward
Nut job
Beads holder on an abacus
"Diana" singer Paul
Word after pack or gym
Brunch beverages, briefly
Plant that may be pulled
Moves like a pendulum
Transfusion amounts
"On the double!"
Supersonic speed word
Touched the tarmac
No-frills steamship option
Yard boundary, perhaps
Last day of some months
Source of vegetable fuel
Musical based on a Verdi opera
Color akin to almond
Went public with
Those guys
Disney movie with a spaghetti scene
Needed Bengay
Browsing history entries
Color akin to almond
Cusser's mouthwash of old
Boxer who retired with a 50-0 record
Be too inquisitive
Does in, in slang
Quivering dessert
Dean's URL ender
Use a Lawn-Boy, say
Polished look
22 Mozart works
LDS-owned school in Provo
Neatnik's opposite
Servers with spigots
Bridge installer's deg.
"The Matrix" genre
Talks like a tosspot
Barracks bed
Land bordering Lake Titicaca
Messages from bots
Cause of malodor, perhaps
Chaplin of "The Longest Ride"
Anteater's protrusion
Mary Kay competitor
Rock that's "fracked"
Sounds from prides
Day one
Cassock wearer
Kemper who plays Kimmy Schmidt
Campaign poster word
Young pal of Pooh
Fur from farms
Type "how r u," perhaps
Jose Altuve, e.g.
Promo pieces
"QB VII" author Leon
Foe-turned-ally of Balboa
Building with bars
Like veggie burgers

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