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Bread for a Reuben crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of March 18th, 1998 other clues
'Cease and desist!'
'Finally!'
'Eureka!'
'Hold it!'
'Speckled' fish
Abbr. on old Asian maps
Aquarium fish
Beat badly
Bellyache
Betrayer of the Moor
Bit of bedwear
Bookworm
Camera setting
College sports org.
Computer type
Cooped up at Old MacDonald's
Coroner's concern
Corset prop
Diamond middleman?
Disgust
Doubt-conveying interjection
Ed of 'Lou Grant'
Entrepreneur's deg.
First-rate
Fixed tire
Food
Football's Armstrong
For example
Formal hat, informally
Frightening
Frothy
Fully informed about
Fuzzy fruit
G ___
Gape
Stuns
Summit
Tithe amounts
Toper's woe
Under ___ (concealed)
Up on deck
Way of speaking
Woman's shoe
Women's Tour sponsor: Abbr.
Writer Jaffe
___ & Chandon (champagne)
___ Beauty (apple variety)
___ foo yung
___ Tomé and Principe
Glide aloft
Herb sometimes called Chinese parsley
Hinders legally
Honest one
Hush-hush
Irene, Dike and Eunomia
Kind of list
Korean statesman
Later
Lawyer's hurdle
Locale for Santa's team
Mob boss
Nimble
Paint job finale
Pear-shaped instrument
Peel
Pentameter parts
Polo competitor
Positive
Questionable cradle location
Rainy or silly follower
Refrain in many early Beatles songs
Right-hand pages
Rules
Samoan capital
Seed covering
Singer Bonnie
Spheres
Spooky board
Sporting rapier
Stigma
Stowe girl

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