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Destine for, as oblivion crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of August 28th, 1998 other clues
'A German Requiem' composer
'Another Green World' composer, 1975
'Gil Blas' author
'Riddle-me-___' ('Guess!')
'Your Erroneous Zones' author
'___ Titanic' (1979 movie)
Access, with 'into'
Amount to make do with
Amtrak offerings
Ante matter
Bouquet source
Carbon monoxide's lack
Charged, in a way
Classic British cars
Dance in quadruple meter
Development unit
Doctor's order
Double negative?
Felt feverish
Figure of speech?
Ford make, for short
Fraternity letter
Goose egg
Haitian season
Have an 'altar-cation'?
Here and there
High pitch
High-tech form of rescue
In a bind
Kind of feeling
Latin lover's word?
March time
Medical soap
Melt material
More wise
Muscle: Prefix
One showing empathy
Opposes boldly
Outer limit
Pendleton of 'Northwest Passage'
Pendulum paths
People in these know the ropes
Politico's concern
Put forward
Rock locale
Safe from a storm, as a plane
Soft-rayed food fish
Spanish Philip, informally
Stumbling points
Supporting member
Supporting member
The sound of silence
There's no disputing it
They're crossed in competition
Upset, with 'up'
Vulcan, for one
Where Alexandria is
Whistle blower

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