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Eastern city whose name sounds weird? crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of September 21st, 2018 other clues
Fruits that ripen after being picked
They're indispensable
Caravan destinations
One of 18 on a golf course
G.O.P. org. ... or letters after Senator Richard Burr's name
Think piece
Pen noise
Christmas, in Italy
Tim Roth's character in 'Reservoir Dogs'
Plugs away
Took courses under pressure
Polenta base
Glass pieces
Colleague of 23-Down for 15 years
Tot's attire
Pres. Obama's signature achievement
Goat's cry
Console pioneer
Trailer, e.g
'So that's ___?'
Goes soft
Core group?
Unabomber's writing, e.g
Door-to-door giant
Rapper with the double-platinum album 'If You're Reading This It's Too Late'
Unwanted messages
Downton Abbey, e.g
Retired justice who wrote 'Out of Order: Stories From the History of the Supreme Court'
Growth on buoys
Western vacation spot
Dress down
Rhinestone-covered appurtenance for Elvis
Household nickname
Roadside danger, for short
Instagram filter shade
___ Ski Valley, one of the highest municipalities in the U.S. (9,207 feet)
Effect of surplus oil
Sight in many a Japanese restaurant
'Do You Hear What I Hear?,' e.g
It's not going anywhere
Actor Eric
El Chapo, notably
Skating site
'Yeah, maybe'
Make believe
Entries in red
Split tickets?
Many commercial slogans
F.S.U. player, to fans
Streaming alternatives
1924 to 1953
Marco Polo was on it for 24 years
Tarbell who took on Standard Oil
Alternative to stone
That: Sp
Baby carriers
Follower of 'sweet' or 'in your'
Nashville-based awards show, familiarly
Brand of facial brush
The mathematician Fibonacci, for one
Not be steadfast
French aperitif

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