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Bootleggers' foes crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of July 16th, 2014 other clues
Kind of milk
La Brea gunk
Like the figure formed by the three circled letters at the bottom
Like the figure formed by the three circled letters in the upper left
Like the figure formed by the three circled letters in the upper right
Loss of power
Make a comeback
Manicurists, at times
Marks for life
Ming vases, e.g
N.Y.C.'s Third and Ninth Avenue lines, e.g
Nesting area for wading birds
Newcastle's river
Nurse at a bar
Overlay material
Playboy nickname
Praline nut
Queue after Q
Refrain syllables
Rules for hunters to follow
Run up ___
Season after printemps
Shopaholic's binge
Skin-and-bones sort
Some distracted drivers
Somerhalder of 'The Vampire Diaries'
Something to lean on
Special attention, briefly
Starts malfunctioning
Stephen Colbert's 'I Am ___ (And So Can You!)'
Sucker in
The munchies, e.g
The symbol for the Roman god Mars represents it
Traffic problem
Treading the boards
Triage spots, for short
Ty Cobb, for most of his career
Wrapped Tex-Mex fare
Zapping, in a way
___ Sea (Asian body)
'... ___-foot pole!'
'Alice' diner owner
'Alice' waitress
'Exodus' hero and others
'If the shoe fits, wear it,' e.g
'In the Heat of the Night' Oscar winner
'___ be in England'
1936 opponent of Franklin D
1996 Olympics city
39-Down's mate
A dog might catch one
All ___ sudden
Also-ran of 1992 and 1996
Anti-D.U.I. ads, e.g
Artery implant
Begin to correct, maybe
Belgian seaport
Big shot
Blueprint details, in brief
Cabinet department until 1947
Comic with a 'domestic goddess' persona
Conk out
Disney collectible
Dream states, for short
Early nuclear org
East of Germany?
Flock member
Football's Roethlisberger
Frond bearer
Get the idea
Grazing area
He tapped Ryan in 2012
Highlights show
Horatian work
Isolde's beloved

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