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Coagulate crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 9th, 1997 other clues
1954 song with a repeating title
'Casablanca' role
'O.K., why not?'
'Swan Lake' maiden
'The Old Wives' Tale' dramatist
1954 #1 hit by the Chordettes
60's-70's dress
Actress Susan
Art Deco pioneer
Bagel or bialy
Beautician's device
Biased writing?: Abbr.
Bit of work
Bromo target
Clog
Color separator
Confounds
Considered
Declare
Deli meat offering
Drinker's excess
Face's shape, approximately
Fill with feeling
Fluff
Fly like Lindy
Foolish fellow
Frost
General called 'Yellowhair'
Goalie gear
Grain grinder's power source
Green cover
Stupefy
Type type
Violinist Zimbalist
Visits
Way to go
What a chapeau covers
Whiz
Win all the games
___ minérale
___-nez
___-timed
Hawks or Seahawks, e.g.
Hollow reply?
Home in the country
Home of the Hawks, with 'the'
Hubbub
Israel's Moshe
Junkyard dog
Kind of school
Kitchen gadget
Let fall, in poetry
Literary inits.
Meager
Milk source
Minor dents
Moffo at the Met
Mustachioed artist
Nap
Nice ___ (prudish one)
Not bold
Notions
Novelist Waugh
One of a set of 64, maybe
Pea holders
Picked at, picked at, picked at
Popular sing-along tune of 1925
Postal scale unit
Prefix with sphere or disaster
Prez
Revolutionary hero Nathan
Run the show
Scent
Sen. Thurmond
Shaver's woe

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