Used a lariat

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Penny Dell - Medium Clues July 16, 2020

Like granite
Current measures
Facing the pitcher: 2 wds.
Tidy and trim
Yearn for
Ms. Kudrow
Forbidden thing: hyph. wd. (slang)
Home on high
Heroic acts
Small ____, tots
Used a lariat
Apia citizens
Boat's back-end
A pair
Tears apart: 2 wds.
Place to order ale
Stage whisper
Disney duck
Draw upon
Birthday figure
Hi-fi successors
Came to
Fix a bald tire
Cowboy Ritter
Narrow band
Napa Valley sights
Caribbean country
Similar (to)
"Star Wars" princess
Fine fellow
TV's Hatcher
Quite poor
Geological periods
Husky's haul
Saint's aura
Tel ____, Israel
Pretty bloom
Snow White's friends
Feline remark
Window units
Large-billed birds
The scholarly world
Nest sites
Not covered
Eager, as a fan
Golf pegs
Debate stance
Corn cob
Hits ground
In motion
Hurl rocks at
Nickname (someone)
Of the Orient
Poke with an elbow
Drive fast
Muffin grain
Told a story
In a drowsy way
Rare, as meat
Animated dwarf
Inventors' rights
Diary opener
Tightwad: slang
Leg section
Fit for picking
Singer Simone
fleet 62. Line holder
Fraught with danger
Put into words