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Composer Rachmaninoff crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 22nd, 2017 other clues
'Black-ish' network
'Great' one in Africa
'I Fall to Pieces' singer
'No bid'
'Ol' Man River' composer Jerome
'Sure, I guess'
Abba who was born 'Aubrey'
Bazaar makeup
Beauty mark?
Big bunch
Bubbling, say
Children's character who wears red-and-white stripes
Commitment you sometimes can't get out of?
Common magnet feature
Corn site
Creditor, in financial jargon
Cried dramatically
Days of yore, in days of yore
DC Comics supervillain group
Do some diamond cutting?
Duchess of ___
Easily cleaned, in adspeak
Easy things to dial on a rotary phone
Engineer training centers
Founder of Carthage, in myth
Game with a 40-millimeter ball, informally
Grammy-winning artist India.___
Guidelines observed in sisterhood
H. P. Lovecraft output
Homer's beer supplier
Lee side?
Letters on old film boxes
Like many a purchase weighed at a deli
Low throw
Major U.S. city with three pairs of double letters in its name
Make fast, in a way
Many cos. seek its approval
Merchant Samuel who lent his name to a historic island
Not many
One who copes by excessive snacking
Piece of equipment at a rock concert
Plane fare
Rules, for short
Screw over
Something ported at a portage
Spongy toy going up in popularity?
Stops, as an engine
Term of endearment
They may be liquid
Totally cheated
Unemotional sort, in slang
W.W. I battle site
Way out
Went from place to place
What opening offers often leave
What's always found in quotes?
Words with cow or ball
Work out
You can hardly believe it

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