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Dwarfs' count crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of April 16th, 2007 other clues
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Gen. Bradley
Genesis garden
Get but good
Geyser's emission
Holders of pirate treasures
Ivy League school
Jai ___
January, in Juarez
Knitting or beadwork
Kuwaiti leader
Land of leprechauns
Like a ball retrieved by actor Jamie?
Like clay molded by drummer Ringo?
Like folks cared for by former congressman Bob?
Like funds gathered by singer Vikki?
Little Pigs' count
Londoner or Liverpudlian, e.g.
Man of steel?
Math class, in brief
Max of 'The Beverly Hillbillies'
McEntire of country and western
Modus operandi
Naval affirmative
Not single-sex, as a school
Part of a judge's workload
Patch up
Path of a javelin
Pistols and such
Pollux's twin
Quick job in a barbershop
Racetrack bet
Screen siren West
Short-term worker
Sporting blades
Sports 'zebras'
Springsteen, to fans
Street urchin
Sword handle
Telephone sound
Texas battle site of 1836
The spit in a spit roast, e.g.
Upper hand
Use a swizzle stick
Wedding site
Welsh dog
When Romeo meets Juliet
White Monopoly bill
Writer Wiesel
___ even keel
'___ enough!'
'Delta of Venus' writer Anaïs
'Kilroy was ___'
'No more, thanks'
'Steady as ___ goes'
'Uh ... excuse me'
Angel's instrument
Book after Joel
Boy genius of juvenile fiction
Bygone G.M. make
Complete flop
Country estate
Dads' counterpart
Diva's delivery
Do something boneheaded
Does a garçon's job
Eastern European
Explorer Sebastian

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