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Friday, 18 June 2021

[Solution] USAToday Crossword Answers Today Fri Jun 18 2021

Welcome to our free daily USA Today crossword puzzles Answers Fri Jun 18 2021. USA Today is an internationally distributed American daily middle-market newspaper that is the flagship publication of its owner, Gannett. Founded by Al Neuharth on September 15, 1982, it operates from Gannett's corporate headquarters in McLean, Virginia. The creators of the USA Today newspaper has also shared 2 pages of their newspaper with some games that you can play while you are having a break. 

Following the clues and attempt to fill in all the USA Today puzzle’s squares making you tedious?. We at AnswerTrivia.com happy to help you with crossword answers. Check back each day for a new USA Today Crossword Answers or explore ones we recently published. Here is the complete list of clues and answers for the Fri Jun 18 2021, USA Today Times crossword puzzle. Thank you once again for visiting answertrivia.com website in solving all the Fri Jun 18 2021 Times Crossword Answers.




1. 01. Stew recipe verb : STIR

 


2. 05. Uno mas dos : TRES

 


3. 09. Fake : SHAM

 


4. 13. Capital of Idaho : BOISE

 


5. 14. Language in which "water" is "kuuyi" : HOPI

 


6. 15. It might be made with a corn tortilla : TACO

 


7. 16. Perm results : CURLS

 


8. 17. Vile : EVIL

 


9. 18. Privy to : INON

18. Privy toClaud also had sisters among which: Margaret (died 1623), married William Douglas, 1st Marquess of Douglas.; His mother died in March 1616. Plantation of Ulster. Like his eldest brother James and his younger brother George of Greenlaw and Roscrea, Claud was an undertaker in the plantation of Ulster. According to Paul he was granted the small portions of Killeny and Teadane (or Eden) in the ...

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10. 19. Good food or a warm bed : CREATURECOMFORT

 


11. 22. Civil rights activist Medgar : EVERS

 


12. 23. Shape of some wedding dresses : ALINE

 


13. 24. "You're welcome" in Spanish : DENADA

 


14. 28. Tie-___ : DYE

28. Tie-___Valtatie 28This is a list of tallest freestanding steel structures in the world past and present. To be a freestanding steel structure it must not be supported by guy wires, the list therefore does not include guyed masts and the main vertical and lateral structural elements and floor systems in the case of buildings, are constructed from steel. This type of construction is a rarity today as most tall ...

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15. 29. Taiwanese tech giant : ACER

 


16. 30. 1986 Turner autobiography : ITINA

30. 1986 Turner autobiographyTina TurnerTina TurnerJane Seymour Fonda was born on December 21, 1937, in New York City. Her parents were Canadian-born socialite Frances Ford Brokaw (née Seymour; 1908–1950) and American actor Henry Fonda (1905–1982). According to her father, the surname Fonda came from an Italian ancestor who immigrated to the Netherlands in the 1500s. There, he intermarried; the resultant family began to use Dutch given ...

Ike Turner 



17. 33. Computer scientist Lovelace : ADA

 


18. 36. "There's really nothing else to add" : WHATMORECANISAY

 


19. 40. What "!" means in many programming languages : NOT

 


20. 41. Fuming : IRATE

 


21. 42. Eat : DINE

42. EatThe The The Let's Eat 3 


22. 43. Laptop port letters : USB

 


23. 44. Wipes away : ERASES

 


24. 46. Cleaned up the barbershop : SWEPT

 


25. 49. Unlawful act : CRIME

49. Unlawful actUnlawfulThis is confirmed by articles 48 (indecency with children) and The The  


26. 52. High-intensity environments : PRESSURECOOKERS

 


27. 58. Fairy tales, e.g. : LORE

 


28. 59. Word before "America" or "Mundial" : COPA

 


29. 60. Dangerously unpredictable : ROGUE

60. Dangerously unpredictableThe Attachment in childrenLouis Antoine Léon de Saint-Just (French pronunciation: ; 25 August 1767 – 28 July 1794), commonly known as the Angel of Death, was a Jacobin leader during the French Revolution.He was a close friend of Maximilien Robespierre and served as his most …Attachment 


30. 61. Back ___ again : ATIT

 


31. 62. Weaving machine : LOOM

 


32. 63. Sphere in a geography class : GLOBE

 


33. 64. Some concert merch : TEES

 


34. 65. Poker payment : ANTE

 


35. 66. Backtalk : SASS

 


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