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Carol's first word crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of March 5th, 2010 other clues
Revolting bunch
Roles, figuratively
Safari jacket feature
Second of January
Semi professionals?
Setting for everything
Stock to hawk
Sword or dagger
That Mexican?
They were brought down by Olympians
They're not hot
Times for wake-up calls, briefly
Tom and Huck, e.g.
Try to steal a basketball from another player, e.g.
West Jordan is near it
White House girl
Will be present?
Worker in the medium of torn and pasted paper
X-ray spec?
'... ___ woodchuck could chuck wood?'
'A lie that makes us realize truth,' per Picasso
'Journal to Eliza' author, 1767
Badge holder: Abbr.
Brutal force
Charge lead-in
Conceived in a nonstandard way
Cruise vehicle
Drumming sound
Early flag warning
Engine sound
Eye-opening things
Figure seen on the lunar surface
Give some relief
Goalkeeper's guarded area
Gunslinger's cry
In the database, say
It gets replayed
It has two critical reading sects.
It's not hot for long
Jobs for plumbers
Left on a plate
Lifesaver, briefly
Like some cruises
Like some steaks
Longtime power provider: Abbr.
Marathoner's concern
Members of the genus Troglodytes
Move furtively
Multitasking, e.g.
Nice thing to cut through
Not just request
Not look upon favorably
Part of a board
Part of an exchange
People may be put out if they're not put up
Plains folk
Quaint photo

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