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Came down crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of November 30th, 1998 other clues
'To your health!,' e.g.
'A Death in the Family' author
Beach washer
A fisherman may spin one
Actress Anderson of 'Baywatch'
Become accustomed (to)
Beginning with frost
Beta's follower
Boaters pull them
Braced
Butcher's ship?
Choir voices
Closer to 50-50
Codger
Conservative's foe: Abbr.
Consumerist Ralph
Critic Rex
Crowd sound
Crowning event
Curbside call
Egypt's main water supply
Espies
Fillet of ___
Fleshy fruit
Flower holder
Summer park event
Sur's opposite, in México
Tenant's counterpart
Tick off
Timber wolf
To have, in Paris
Tower of ___
Treaty
Turnpike
Twosome
Victory emblem
Wheel rotator
Yemeni port
___ célèbre
___ heartbeat (instantly)
Get tangled
Grades 1-6: Abbr.
Green garnish
Gulf Coast bird
Highlighter's ship?
Informed (of)
Is under the weather
Like most nursery rhymes: Abbr.
Magnificence
Manicurist's ship?
Meat in a can
Misses the mark
Most people born in August
Multivitamin supplement
Museum V.I.P.
Number on a baseball card
Olympic track champion Zatopek
Pass over
Pins or penny preceder
Polaris, e.g.
Portly and then some
Postal worker's ship?
Prestigious sch. near Boston
Railroad bridges
Rainbow
Rebuff
Sandwich that's been heated
Second addendum to a letter: Abbr.
Show scorn
Skipping, as an event
Sometimes illegal auto maneuver
Spoke wildly
Squander
Stick (to)
Storm protectors

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