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The Denver Post crossword of July 4th, 2020 other clues
"Happy motoring!" gas brand, once
Revealing, as an evening dress
Place for a soak
"Most certainly!"
"The Delta Force" star
Mother with a Nobel
Big name in kitchen gadgets
Wimbledon unit
Galileo, by birth
Lay the ___ (start a ship's construction)
___ vapeur (steamed)
"___ Hate Me" (Spike Lee movie)
What bad dressers and bland food have in common
Like pants with a 36-inch inseam
Most malodorous
Figure that a Kaplan course may improve
"Total War" video game maker
"Now it's clear"
Computer bug
Un-PC devices?
Language of Liechtenstein
Astronaut Grissom
Torah holders
With 57-Down, soft drink since 1886
Minuscule amount
Jewish youth org.
Absorb, as gravy
Sauce with basil
___ up (have a pre-marathon meal)
Huge difference between viewpoints, say
Lopsided victory
Fountain into which 6-Down were tossed
Abba who wrote "My People"
___ Crunch (Quaker cereal)
Inverse trigonometric function
Reason to take Aleve
Ernst & Young staffers, for short
Tuxedo shop worker
Devices for 5-Down directors
Purina dog food brand
Like glee club music
Quarterback great Aikman
Baldwin who lampoons Trump
Former mayor Eastwood
"The Original Slow Cooker"
"A mouse!"
Predecessors of euros
Elder-care worker
Analyze grammatically
Breckinridge of fiction
Job for a 55-Across
Mall newsstand
Creatures at Area 51, some believe
Clearance rack abbr.
See 24-Down
Uber alternative
Hit tune from "Ziegfeld Follies"
University professor, e.g.
Sound from a stable
"El Condor ___" (Simon & Garfunkel tune)
Zero, at the World Cup
Love, in a Dean Martin classic
Praiseful work
Gradually slower, in music (Abbr.)
Car at a charging station
Like some surgery or testimony
"Way to go, kid!"
Newcomer on the job
That thing dangling from your palate
Repeat, as for emphasis
One in a playbill list
Texter's "bye now"
Sandra of "Gidget"
End of an English test, perhaps
Dizzy Gillespie genre

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