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Be admitted crossword clue


G E T I N

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New York Times crossword of January 10th, 2002 other clues
React to a really bad pun
Rulings
Scales up?
Sci-fi and mystery
Semiramis's domain
Shrek, for one
Sixth-century date
Skeptic's remark
Smelter stuff
Some spuds
Spanish female suffix
Spring
Stretches, with 'out'
Sundown, in sonnets
Tattered Tom's creator
Tax
Trouble
Warriors' grp.
What 'there's gonna be,' in a 'Funny Lady' song
What people in relationships need together ... or this puzzle's title
Wind section
Word before long or now
Work up
Wrangle
Year in dates
Avian chatterbox
'Purty' one
1831 Poe poem
A hoop may hang from it
Affix with fix
Arctic cover-up
Bar promotion
Barely gets (along)
Barely hit
Big Akron employer
Big Apple ave.
Bit of internal governance
Body of eau
Brighten up, maybe
Cat's comment of understanding
City on the Mohawk
City on the Susquehanna
Come forward
Cone source
Cub scout, say
Dark characters?
Detached ends?
Dragon puppet
Et ___
Expressed surprise
Geraint's wife
Giant in chips
Hardly practical
Highlander's tongue
Historical zenith
Hottie's asset
It has 11 'Robusto!' flavors
It may follow U
King Albert II's land
Leather, essentially
Legal scholar Guinier
Lepton's locale
Like some patches
Loosen, in a way
Not running
Numerical prefix
Off-the-wall pastime?
On target
Ping or pong
Plaintiff
Polish birthplace of Arthur Rubinstein
Pool provider, often
Proverbial payee
Puppy protests
Rapper Snoop ___

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