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British earldom crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of May 31st, 2011 other clues
''Tain't' retort
'It's c-c-cold!'
'Just kidding!'
'We are not ___': Queen Victoria
'Win some, lose some'
After-dark time in Germany
Architect Saarinen
Article often bordered in black
Barbecue item
Bard's 'before'
Big Board initials
Blood donation unit
Blunted blades
Boob tube
Brazilian soccer hero
Brown-bagger's sandwich, for short
Causing ruin
Coffee shop order
Conductor Sir Georg
Evidence of a caning
Falco of 'Nurse Jackie'
Freudian concept
Get by logic
Hang on a clothesline
Holy Roman emperor dubbed 'the Great'
It might end with 'Beverages'
Jack Barry once hosted a rigged one
Jackass's sound
Jumper cable connection
Kama ___
Keats or Wordsworth
Late marathoner Waitz
Leave dumbstruck
Like a $6 return on a $2 bet
Like most sumo wrestlers
Main line
Miss a cue, say
Monk's superior
Nicene ___
Nick and Nora's terrier
Nobelist Niels
NOW political cause, once
Number associated with 17-, 25-, 41- and 51-Across
Often rolled-over investment, for short
Paparazzo's target, briefly
Passed illegally, as a check
Performed microsurgery on, perhaps
Place for Manhattanites to drink and dance
Potter pal Weasley
Predatory seabird
President pro ___
Revealing skirt feature
Rug rats
Same old same old, as at work
Shrink in fear
Skybox site
So old it's new again
Something to play at a casino
Soufflé ingredient
Tailless simian
The blahs
The Magi, e.g.
Tiara inset
Two twos, say
U.S.M.C. enlistee
Western U.S. oil giant
Wife of Zeus
Willing, old-style
Wish granters
Word-processing command
X, on a greeting card

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