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Big gobblers crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of October 25th, 2004 other clues
'Quickly!'
'Blondie' or 'Beetle Bailey'
'Don't bet ___!'
'Gesundheit!' preceder
'Kiss me' miss
'So long!'
'___ Baba and the 40 Thieves'
1950's candidate Stevenson
Actress Patricia of 'The Subject Was Roses'
Aid and ___
Austrian peaks
B or B+, say
Backgammon equipment
Bismarck's state: Abbr.
Boston airport
Burden
Capture, as one's attention
Comic Dunn formerly of 'S.N.L.'
Confronts, with 'with'
Crown
Death notice
Dietary no-no for Mrs. Sprat
Domesticate
Drunkard's woe, for short
Famous Hun
Fill up
Fitzgerald, the First Lady of Jazz
Former Argentine dictator
Gets together in person
Grp. that patrols shores
Holds on to
Irish poet who wrote 'The Lake Isle of Innisfree'
It follows song or slug
Itsy-bitsy
Jannings of old movies
Krazy ___
Lambs' mothers
Late
Layer
Unbeatable foe
Urges (on)
Vegetable that rolls
Yearn (for)
['Tis a pity!]
Lyric verses
Mother deer
Museo in Madrid
Narrow street
Nobelist Wiesel
Not at work
Not home
Not spare the rod
Opposite of losses
Person of equal rank
Pine exudation
Precipitation at about 32°
Precipitation below 32°
Pres. Lincoln
Prime draft status
Requested
Returns a gaze
Robust
Rules, shortly
Shun
Soaks
Sound system
Speak from a soapbox
Stately shade trees
Strolls, as with a sweetheart
Tangle
Teachers' org.
Tennis champ Steffi
They're checked at checkpoints, in brief
Tiny weight
Toward sunrise, in Mexico
Ugandan tyrant Idi ___
Ump

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