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The Denver Post crossword of January 6th, 2017 other clues
Black gold
Sandwich necessity
Enlightened one, in Buddhism
Rifle attachment
Hot . . .
Sought-after Stanley of the NHL
"Diff'rent Strokes" actor Coleman
Imaginary eternal flower
Election day stuff
Blue hue
Hawaiian gift
"Four Apostles" painter
Night twinkler
Vinyl collectible
43-Across in Cygnus
Me, me, me problem
Treatment that aids the kidneys
Athletic supporter?
Ductless organs
Campaigner, for short
Hot . . .
Absorbed, as a cost
Fleshy-leaved, succulent plants
Suffix for only the best
Censored, in a way
Biochemistry abbr.
Occurring every 365 days
Last sound of a plummeting pumpkin
Article of faith
English Channel harbor town
New York's ___ Island
Some clothing workers
Flight data, briefly
Early pulpit
Cost of living?
Bathroom floor piece, often
Not kosher
Arabian chieftain
Click beetle
"Friends" friend
Lucille Ball was one
Resting on
Film ___ (movie genre)
People person?
Persistently bothers
Parenthesis, essentially
Hot . . .
Dead, as an engine
Parts of a staircase
Had a seat
Baddies break them
Pond annoyance
Breakfast, lunch or dinner
Hot . . .
Put one's foot down?
Chopped with an ax
Indian princess
They brought gifts to Jesus
They are paid to play the field
Time of "comfort and joy"
Poet's "below"
Life jacket or Hollywood legend
Country crooner Haggard
Daisylike bloom
Anti-apartheid party, for short
When dark comes o'er the land

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