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Solutions to crossword for 4/18

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By Isaac Schultz     4/17/18 11:43pm

#ACROSSCLUE#DOWNCLUE
1NOConcise rejection1NASTYHillary descriptor, for many on the right
3PUPlutonium on the periodic table2OUTROIntro's opposite
5AURASPersonality traits only a synesthete can see3PALMSTrees popular in Orange County
7STOLELifted4USEPIWhen dealing with circles...
8TRUMPTo some, winning "bigly"6ROURomania on scoreboards
9YOCasual salutation
10SIAffirmative, in España
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1BWBatman initials1BOTOXA popular face injection
3AFVery much so, in chatspeak2WOWZAOMG!
5OOPure oxygen, spelled out3ARENAVenue
6REStart of an email counter4FEDEXUSPS Competitor
7TWEEDEnglish gent suit material8EONA long, long time
9OZONEDiminishing layer
10XANAXChance's zombie pill
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1ATWhere you might be?1ALIASPseudonym
3GOLANOccupied territory in southern Syria2TAOSNew Mexican town frequented by D.H. Lawrence
5PSIONA psychic3GPASSeniors' are known to take a dip
6ALASTAs _______ resort4NNTNumber needed to treat, for short
7SOSFor at-sea emergencies


Correction: An earlier version of the answers included clues 3, 4 and 6 down on the Easy crossword in the wrong order



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