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Classic TV character whose name is Spanish for "fool" crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of August 31st, 2019 other clues
More sharp
Relatives not in direct line for royal succession
"Help me with this problem"
Gets creaky, say
Cabinetful, informally
Coolers, for short
Squeezes (by)
Gives a 16-Across
James in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Ingredient in a spanakopita pastry
What Denver's airport has a special carousel for
Like Leo XIII among all popes named Leo
Prefix with dermis
Brownish pear
Recovery period
Stretch between two pitches, say
One of a pair at a dinner table
Tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon
Putting duct tape on a wart, e.g.
Dos and dos and dos and dos
What a rain forest is rich in
Locale of Drake University
[Wow, that's bad]
Clear the decks?
Plus sign?
What a star may represent
Impression that's only skin-deep?
Like some exotic plants and prying questions
What many Americans do on Thanksgiving
With lots of contrast
Many Weird Al Yankovic medleys
Apex predator of old, informally
___ punk (music hybrid)
___ together (figuring out)
French author Georges
Org. in which Marge becomes involved in a classic 1995 episode of "The Simpsons"
Cleanup grp.
Company founded in Palo Alto, Calif., in 2003
Some skin care products
1980s feminist coinage regarding nuclear proliferation
French tennis player and fashion icon
Give a little bit
Wee, informally
Bon ___
Time between ordering and food arriving, seemingly
Big name in insurance since 1853
ABC, e.g., in Variety-speak
Most undersized
Leader of the Autumn Harvest Uprising, 1927
One of a handful at a bar
Brand in the dairy aisle
Winning an Oscar, Emmy and Tony, for an actor
___ Ray, co-host of TV's "Extra"

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