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The Denver Post crossword of December 24th, 2020 other clues
Pace between trot and gallop
Business bigwig, for short
Maker of foam projectiles
Source of chips, slangily
Exercise, as authority
Brainstormer's spark
One offering home care
"Take a hike!"
Beyond repair
Snakes in exotic pet stores
35mm camera initials
Group with pipe organ accompaniment, often
Start of a hypothetical question
Sound from a pound
Wine made from Moscato grapes
Dove's call
Gluttony and greed, for two
Bit with a charge
Horror movie sound
Evenings, in ads
Glass who hosts "This American Life"
Draft pick?
Fudge a fact
What cats, bats and rats do?
Haley at the United Nations
Glows supposedly seen by psychics
Offered, as for feedback
Take a crack at
Tilex target
Emma of "Howards End"
Small-time hoodlum
Steinbeck novel set in Monterey
Google Maps display lines
In an irritable mood
Nanny's offspring
Type of applique
Gelcap alternative
Bad-mouthed publicly
Way back when
Top 14-Across
Like an unerased blackboard
Patio named for a Hawaiian island
One in a cell
In the thick of
Cork duck, e.g.
Comic's gimmick
Invents, as a word
Brats or gnats
Many a "Finding Dory" watcher
It may follow a calm
Do a hair salon job
Testifier's spot
Circular current
Boyz II ___ (a cappella trio)
Flying high
Printing process using metallic transfer
Sophia of "Two Women"
Instrument with hammers
All keyed up
Big do
Toned down, as a trumpet
Minnesota's ___ Cities
Ray Bradbury's genre, for short
Country or folk
Like champagne in a bucket
Call via intercom
"Little Miss Sunshine" Oscar winner Alan
Bobbles an easy one
Play-of-color gemstone
Lecherous looks
"All right angles are congruent," e.g.
Seemingly bottomless pit
Taylor with the No. 1 hit "Bad Blood"
Dissenting votes
Bug in Raid commercials

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