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Crossword Champ Pro crossword of June 28th, 2019 other clues
Hump-shouldered beasts
Like some salespeople
Not naughty
Exploitative person
Crib parts
Like a judge, proverbially
When Hispanic Heritage Mo. begins
Underdogs may beat them
Geste or Bridges
Beethoven's last piano concerto, familiarly, with "the"
Rude animal in the comic strip "Pearls Before Swine"
Lard ___ Donuts (shop on "The Simpsons")
Tailless Old World mammal
It might be heard at a French door
Loser's problem, perhaps
Certain knit goods
Terry McMillan's "Waiting to ___"
This attacks tomatoes and humans
''Intimations of Immortality,'' for example
Piece of Sir Edmund Hillary memorabilia
Change, evolutionarily
Chest bone that's part of a "cage"
German howitzer, Big ___
Carrier to Tokyo
Institute legal proceedings (against someone)
Subject of many best sellers
Desecrate
Lacking, in typeface names
Feature of many a 1970s rock concert
Monkey found around many Buddhist temples
Solo in the Millennium Falcon
Theater of 1955-1975, casually
Campbell of "Blind Horizon"
Jump first performed publicly in 1882
Format for some cheesy song arrangements
Weak, like a "dad joke"
Madonna title role
One on whom subtlety is lost
Pearl Buck's "The ___": 1936
Idly
Time frame for some important mail deliveries
Old anesthetic
Gallivants
Tipsy
Long basket, in basketball slang
Hindu sacred writings
One may be prepared for survival
Place where supervillains hide
Cosmetics queen Arden
Stitching ___ (leatherworker's tool)
Political protest of sorts
Pigeon's perch, at times
Townsfolk
1945 Pacific battle site, familiarly
Dynamic start
Gnarly
Shunning the spotlight, maybe
By word of mouth
Watch brand with a one-letter logo
Held in check, at Saratoga
Like the NCAA basketball three-point line
Optional section on some applications
Modern pentathlon equipment
One of Edith's sisters on "Downton Abbey"
Picture taker, in combinations
Wound and permanently disfigure
Nattily attired
Sandbox container
Man "seen" in an anagram
Rustic pipe
Bel Kaufman's "Love, ___": 1979
Navajo home
"___ Anybody Here Seen Kelly?": 1909 song
Kindergarten break
It might get you a flat in London
"Holy cow!"
Sun-brightened lobbies
Setting for van Gogh's "River Bank in Springtime"
System of a Down song off "Steal This Album!"
Make impressions
Dog-powered vehicle in the Iditarod race

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