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Bugled strokes crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of August 23rd, 2014 other clues
Arc's target, maybe
Abruptly becomes violet
Adds a little toe to
Arm from a Mideast lad
Bad member to pick?
Bled for a social affair, perhaps
Bombs without bags
Cagey parts, e.g
Caker, for example
Car whose logo is liked?
Casio game
Chia growth area?
Covered with slug mud
Covert, maybe
Deadly gag
Did a baker's job
Doe, e.g
Dramatic cry from people who get subbed
Dramatically scored sorceress
Easter floor mat
Ed of some school addresses
Ever lost to
First part of a hit for this crossword
Fly of film
Fried with four legs
Gere of 'Gulliver's Travels'
Grad's opposite
Guy who may offer a girl a rig
H.L. player
Hardly ice outside
Hit, part 2
Hit, part 3
I pieces
Kat's 'I'
Kid of poetic work
Last part of the hit
Like a great bod
Margarie might be described thus
Mesa prerequisite
Metal worker's claim?
Murray who's highly raked
Mystical chat
Old rival of America
Olympia with a watery realm
Part of a euro
Perform peace
Pie cutter's tool
Places for sprigs
Plat pouch
Pog or Pogs, formerly
Product made by Moe
Program that asks 'Are we aloe?,' for short
Quiet parter?
Refusal from a boy lass
Relative of 'Hey, ma'
Sci-fi character remembered for her large bus
Slag for sleuths
Sorters' quarters
Spas that last 52 wks
Starts of some chorus lies
Strad part that becomes frayed
Tige, say
Umber at the opera
User's circuit
Vegas would love this type of world
Wet like a seesaw
Wig of the old Greek army
You might board yours at the keel if you take a cruise

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