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'Bottoms up!' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of February 8th, 1998 other clues
Bloomsbury group member
Bunny boss, briefly
Chairs for prayers?
China rose, e.g.
City whose name is Spanish for 'ash tree'
Clinton denial
Common article
Cracker cheese
Dadaist collection
Director Kazan
Dirty stuff
East, in Essen
Electronic snoop
Enterprise log signature
F.B.I. sting of the late 70's
Family split?
Feel in one's bones
Fort ___ (where Billy the Kid was gunned down)
Friction easer
From ___ Z
Full chorus, in music
Full of: Suffix
Gave in church
Go crazy
Goes to bat
Got into a jam?
Hardly stars
Held another session
Hill climber
How some people seem to know
Pate toppers
Pin, in a way
Portfolio contents, for short
Question about a flashlight that lacks batteries?
Reply to 'How many Senators are there, child?'
Reply to 'Is it Mr. or Professor Chomsky?'
School org.
Secret devices
Seine contents
Sharp as a tack
Showed, with 'out'
Site for Seurats
Sizing up
Some calisthenics
Some campers
Some kids' bedtime reading
Some pointers
Some radios
Some recyclables
Sometimes cracked container
Staten Island Ferry litter?
Sum (up)
Taj ___
Take away
Tex. neighbor
The first one opened in Detroit in 1962
They battle the Indians
In the dark
Indexed early man?
Indochine locale
Infantile remark
Israeli city on the Gulf of Aqaba
It may lead to a strike
Its cap. is Charleston
Japanese art of flower arranging
Jokes (around)
Kind of test
Least of all
Library ref.
Like fabric by the yard
Like some deities
Like the other evil
Like workhorses
Line up well
Long time
Low voice
Make an impression
Modern mall features
Molly Pitcher, for example?
More, in Monterrey
NCO club members
Nightclub charge
Nike rival
Occupies quarters
Old despot
Old despot
One of the Whitneys
Oxford university since 1844
Tiny amphibians
Toast for the holidays
TV debut of 1/14/52
Twisted person
Walked awkwardly
Wall builder
Wall Street worker
Was admitted to
Wave catchers
'If ___ be so bold...'
What the overheated passengers called the airline?
'...___ forgive our debtors'
'For ___ us a child...'
'Great shot!'
Words with word or way
'I like that!'
'Luann' cartoonist Greg ___
'Maria ___' (1933 song)
'The Grapes of Wrath' family
'The ___ the limit!'
'Wheel of Fortune' songstress, 1952
'___ coffee?'
'___ of troubles': Hamlet
1984 skiing gold medalist
80's TV adventure
Abbr. in car ads
Admission of defeat
Ancient porch
Answer, in brief
Author Bagnold and others
Babe and Baby
Big name in computers

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