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Children's writer Asquith crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of February 10th, 2011 other clues
'Mr. ___' (1983 film)
'The Entertainer' musical genre
'The Taking of ___ One Two Three'
'Them's fightin' words!'
'Tsk!'
'___ Man Answers' (1962 Bobby Darin/Sandra Dee film)
2010 Olympic ice dancing gold medalist ___ Virtue
A cabaletta is a short one
Accented part of a poetic foot
Author who co-wrote the screenplay for the Beatles' 'Yellow Submarine'
Benjamin Franklin's 'The Morals of ___'
Big name in women's fashion
Bit of gymwear
Bluff
Brave deed of yore
Buddy
Buddy
Bump
Changing of labels
Cumming of 'Nicholas Nickleby'
Detroit-to-Toronto dir.
Easy
European wine
Formations at the mouths of some streams
Fuel sources
Georges Simenon detective Jules
Give another look
Glazier's frame
He said 'I just put my feet in the air and move them around'
Host of an Emmy-winning PBS series
Inner: Prefix
Less smooth
Like most Icelanders
Like some prunes and faces
Line of cliffs
Magazine department
Make a long story even shorter?
Motorist's woe
New York city where Ogden Nash was born
New York's ___ Field
One-act Strauss opera
Oscar-winning actor who played Napoleon, Mussolini and W. C. Fields
Part of the New Haven landscape
Patricia who wrote 'Woe Is I'
Persevered
Prefix with iliac
Pronoun for a 49-Down
Reason to keep moving
Red hot chili pepper
Sacred symbol of ancient Egypt
See 53-Down
Send, in a way
Shakespearean term of address
Something full of interesting characters?
Stand the heat
Star of TV's '8 Simple Rules'
Starve
Sting source
Students with personal guides
Subjects of the first 10 Amendments
Supreme Court justice who was formerly a U.S. solicitor general
Teatro alla ___
Tongs, e.g.
Turkish coin
Volleyball players, at times
With cordiality
___ Melodies

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