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'C'mon ... please?' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of April 16th, 2003 other clues
'Damn Yankees' role
'Get ___!'
'___ chance'
1-Across, e.g.: Abbr.
1966 song that asked 'What's it all about?'
503, long ago
Alan of 'Betsy's Wedding'
Assuming that's true
Author's letter to an editor
Bakery supply
Baseball news
Big picture
Border on
Bunch of sitcoms?
Call, as a game
Comic Foxx
Court legend
Earth, to Mahler
European car
European car
First name in fashion
Floral arrangement
Former first couple
Hauled-away car, maybe
Head judges?
How lottery winners react
Insert, as a code
It may be engraved in stone
Italian vacation spot
Its days are numbered
Kind of market
Latin 101 word
Leaf-turning mo.
Like some epic poetry
Lip-___ (doesn't really sing)
Luau chow
Modus operandi
Monopoly income
Mountain climber?
Negotiator's outrageous demand, e.g.
New York city near Binghamton
One of the Sinatras
Ones close to le coeur
Papal name
Parachuting event
Payment method
Peter Fonda title role
Place for a numbered flag
Prefix with color
Reduce the area of by 50%
Scored on serve
Self-help author Wayne
Shampoo finish
Slowly depart
Spiritual leader
Tet observer
The Pointer Sisters' '___ So Shy'
Top of the head
Use elbow grease on
W.W. II danger
W.W. II heroes: Abbr.
West Wing workers
When Carmen meets Don José
___ II (razor brand)
___ Middlecoff, 1949 and 1956 U.S. Open champ

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