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"Yeah, right!" crossword clue


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USA Today crossword of December 29th, 2018 other clues
Shirt depicting a rock star
Home to 9-Across and 23-Across
Share a border
Turner with eight Grammys
Places for flocks
Dye in temporary tattoos
Of the flock
Disreputable doctor
Like midtown Manhattan
Licoricelike flavoring
Last half of DINK
Surgery sites, briefly
Computer-linking technology
Spiky-haired fad doll
Word with ear or tube
Reach a high point
Depot posting, for short
Cleveland's lake
Much AM radio fare
Aptly named citrus
"Walking in Memphis" singer Marc
24-hr. banking conveniences
Cobwebby room, often
One of Cuba's Castros
Japan's Prime Minster, 1941-44
Johnny who sang at Folsom Prison
Grandpa Simpson
Year-end celebrations
Advil competitor
Groundskeeper's tool
Hogwarts professor Severus
Yankees great Jeter
Still-life fruit
Lob's path
Like hardcore fans
Cat's nine, it's said
"In the same place," in footnotes
"How Do I Live" singer Rimes
Beverage store unit
"Mule Train" singer Frankie
Wind-formed hill
Joint with an ACL
Sing like Ella
Laurel of old comedy
Teamster's rig
Leave nothing to chance
Prado's city
Nicollette of "Dynasty"
Mail caught in filters
Doctor's application to a newborn's bottom
Disney character who sings "Let It Go"
Pull up stakes, slangily
Sistine Chapel ceiling figure
Homes for drones
Motel employee
Perrier competitor
Scullers' sport
Played the market
Emanation from a heat lamp
Sistine Chapel ceiling figure
Wetlands wader
React to a sour taste
Northeast Corridor express train
Rob of "90210"
Beginning of a decline in quality, in TV lingo
Prefix with pilot
Feedbag morsel
Cohort of Kent and Lane
Navel buildup
Fudge the facts
Bit of tomfoolery
Made like a goose
Richard Nixon's religious affiliation
"Sully," for one
Caterer's vessel
Derby competitor's footwear item
"This won't hurt ___!"

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