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Ballerina's bend crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 29th, 2018 other clues
Poet ___ St. Vincent Millay
Students' simulation of global diplomacy, informally
'Trainspotting' actor McGregor
Fighting force
Asian yogurt drink
Fire dept. responder, maybe
Take a stab at
Post-O.R. area
Fish with a heavy net
Taken a dip
Praises highly
Blue or hazel eye part
Form of some shampoo
The 'P' of PRNDL
Brit. resource for writers
Gave a hand
'Galveston' singer Campbell
Building annexes
Response to an online joke
German cars with a lightning bolt logo
Twisty curves
Building lot
Rise quickly
'This ___ test'
Goopy roofing material
U.S. fort with very tight security
Controversial chemical in plastics, for short
Sardine container
'Ye olde' place to browse
Up to, as a particular time
Scanned lines on a pkg
'You betcha!'
Hedy in Hollywood
Vice president Spiro
*'Crazy to run into you here!'
Deficiency in red blood cells
High U.S. Navy rank
Wintry coating
*Contest for an areawide seat
Inauguration Day vows
___ Fridays (restaurant chain)
Searched thoroughly, with 'through'
*Newspapers or magazines
Like early LPs
Dessert topper from a can
Long-winded sales pitch
Diminish the work force ... or a literal hint to the answers to the four starred clues
Sleepover attire, informally
1940s-'50s jazz
One circulating at a party
Drop running down the cheek
Slob's creation
Age reached by a septuagenarian
Online source for health info
Erie Canal mule of song
Spill the beans
Amin exiled from Uganda
Org. for Penguins and Ducks
Spurt forcefully
And others, in a bibliography
Particle with a charge
Farrow in films
Stick in the microwave
Angel's band of light
Pipe part
Arctic abode

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