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Antler feature crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 3rd, 2008 other clues
'The Female Eunuch' author
Ad icon since 1914
Acupressure technique
'Hurry!'
Allegheny + Monongahela
Arno city
Art class figure
Bach's 'Partita No. 6 ___ Minor'
Backsplash component
Being, to Brutus
Big ___ Conference
Bol. neighbor
Bottled spirit
Boxer's hand
Candied side dish
Caretaker for the Banks household
Cézanne colleague
Charge
Churchill predecessor
Contains
Crow's nest?
Dishevels
Do something else with
Element whose name roughly means 'lazy'
Everglades denizen
Famous nine-year-old king
First batter to hit a home run against every Major League Baseball team
Fraternity chapter
Genetics abbr.
Grimace
Half a huge cost?
Half a huge cost?
Have coming
Having surmounted
Ignore the lyrics?
Ill will
Impatient
Isn't stoic
It could easily go up
Itty-bitty
Literary monogram
Lord's Prayer start
Mend
Moistens
Musical with the song 'Easy Street'
Ninny
Obtain
One may hold the mayo
Opening day?
Oswald Cobblepot's nom de crime
Out of harm's way
Passing obstruction?
Place to pick up a puppy
Pleasure seeker
Poor box contents
Prig
Reason to say 'Now what do we do?'
Rebel yell
Recipient of a 1937 wooden Oscar
Regular at Kelsey's Bar, on TV
Respectable
Ring around the collar?
Roast setting
RR bldg.
Semicircular room
Seven-faced doctor of film
Silver, for one
Sniggler's take
Tabula description
Tree sacred to Druids
Undo a lead
Unduly
Untarnished
Vacationing
What 16- and 37-Across and 11- and 24-Down were all known to do
___ Paradise, protagonist of 'On the Road'
___ U.S. Pat. Off.

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