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Premier Sunday crossword of August 5th, 2012 other clues
A little wet
Dice throw
Bureau of Indian —
USMC rank
Downtown, say
High chest of drawers
Jackie's husband #2
Start of a riddle
Chaney of old horror
Eden mother
Lexus, e.g.
"La-la" lead-in
Bouncers' demands
Riddle, part 2
Lav, in Soho
Prankster in "The Tempest"
Train stop: Abbr.
Column inches sold to sponsors
Crumb-toting colonists
Reno fixture
— -lacto vegetarian
Sleepy
Riddle, part 3
Narrow road
Slugger's stat
Wide shoe specification
Sharp quarrels
Riddle, part 4
Of a pelvic bone
Cole Porter's "Hitchy- —"
Lawyer Cohn
Army unit
Riddle, part 5
Songs of praise
Fifth sign of the zodiac
Zeta follower
Best guests
Riddle, part 6
Brit's fencing blade
Pentagon's govt. division
Macramé creation
— around (circa)
Chemical cousins
Available with no Rx
Trample (on)
Trellis plant
End of the riddle
Med. country
Guevara in "Evita"
CIA figure
No, to a kilt wearer
Riddle's answer
"Go, torero!"
It's fact-filled
Very same
"The Simpsons" neighbor Flanders
Ocular cleansing cup
Bit of a dollar
Old French president René
Tipsy person's hwy. offense
Pooch noise
Many an exec's deg.
"Dona nobis —" ("Grant us peace")
Like a very violent film
Suffix with audit
Waikiki garland
Round Table knight
Man- — (soldier)
Way off
Travel by jet
For — see (in plain view)
"Stones for —" (1988 Glenn Close movie)
President Reagan
Barrett of Pink Floyd
"The Cabinet of Dr. —" (classic horror film)
Maker
— oil (flax product)
Skin care brand
Gaping mouth
Body fat
One of Chaplin's wives
Goes rancid
Jet walkway
Nervous —
Kind of bomb
Joe
O.T. book read on Purim
"... blackbirds baked in —"
WA airport
Prefix with bytes
"And — grow on"
Lego piece
Two Unsers of Indy
Stomach "six-pack"
Like a wet lawn at dawn
Caddy drink
Bro, for one
Pipe joint
Carrere of Hollywood
Trim a field
Mine matter
Hide away
"Am not!" comeback
Flashy scarf
Charged bit
Motorist's navig. aid
Capped joint
George —, a.k.a. Boy George
Ring great Muhammad
Travel in the direction of
Morticia's hairy cousin
War vehicle
Magnum of TV et al.
91-Down, Italian-style
"— Eat Cake" (Gershwin musical)
Transaction requiring no credit
Certain woodwind insert
"Stop! — Mom Will Shoot"
Part of KISS
Donkey foot
Like national theme songs
Ph.D. offerer
Sweetheart's emotion
Prohibition advocates
Audit, as a class
In a lavish way
Sinister plan
Thing relied on for help
Go-ahead
Train stop
Shish —
Half of hexa-
Song line
— kwon do
Santa —
Back muscle, for short
Lofty verse
Stimpy's bud
— -conscious
Stable grain
Sneaky

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