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"If all ___ fails . . ." crossword clue


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The Denver Post crossword of February 17th, 2020 other clues
Insertion mark
Symbol before a key signature
Rooney of "Carol"
Higher in rank than
Syringe, for short
Pub round
Movie exec's veal dinner?
Home on a farm
Where "the buck stops"
Like an engaged couple
"Boxcars" pair, in craps
Bishop's topper
End of an Italian sonnet
Scene of a 1979 overthrow
Bocelli delivery
Silent performers
Ovine utterance
Young bird minding little brother?
Start of a bray
Much interoffice mail
Woodwind with a conical bore
Schedule opening
UCLA athletes
Sauce made with basil
Much all-you-can-eat fare
Grab by the collar, say
Moat beast, for short
W.C. Fields persona
Member of a rural kick line?
Hellenic H's
Fill with rapture
Metal-stamping tools
Move stealthily
Mason's surveying partner
Ill-bred sorts
Not very much
2011 U.S. Open winner McIlroy
All Hallows' ___ (Oct. 31)
Geek Squad member
Mowing or raking, e.g.
U-shaped stringed instruments
Four-song records, perhaps
Centers of activity
Marlee with a 1986 Oscar
Parcel out
Chaucer pilgrim
Fall bloomer
"Don't ___ and drive"
Expose, at a costume party
Merit badge holder
Sandusky's lake
Place to build
Shock jock Don
___ hall (campus hangout)
Group in charge (Abbr.)
Words given under oath
Israel's Netanyahu, informally
Shortly, to poets
Gets ripe
Directions-seeker's words
Modernist's prefix
Like a Black Sabbath concert
Cherry centers
Like-minded voting group
Like billiard balls, pre-break
Walked nervously
Rod-shaped bacterium
"Pardon," slangily
Skin-and-bones sort
Greeted the day
Grove unit
Otis Redding's label
Director Preminger
Archie or Jughead
From Jan. 1 until now
Y-sporting collegian

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