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English county on the North Sea crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of August 13th, 2007 other clues
'That's clear'
'Woe is me!'
'___ of the D'Urbervilles'
'___ to differ'
1951 Montgomery Clift/Elizabeth Taylor film, with 'A'
1987 Prince song and album
Actor/composer Novello
Affirmatives
Anatomical pouches
AOL and Road Runner: Abbr.
Author LeShan
Bach's '___, Joy of Man's Desiring'
Buckeyes' sch.
Cinnamon or cloves
Cotton swab
Dog that's a little of this, a little of that
Doles (out)
Earned run average, e.g.
East Berlin's counterpart during the cold war
Els of the links
Elvis's middle name
Et ___ (and others)
Fine-tune
Goddess of the dawn
Gullible
Hand protectors for bakers
Hatchling's site
Hiker's snack
In base eight
In unison
It's between La. and N.M.
Kindergarten learning
Lazes
Lick of fire
Like a Playmate of the Month
Like lyrics
Luau souvenir
Make laugh
Man of many marches
Many an art print, for short
Maximum or minimum
Mil. command bases
Milliners' output
Missions, for short
Mlle., in Madrid
Not in bottles, as beer
One ___ time
Operatic solos
Opposite of WNW
Part of M.I.T.: Abbr.
Passed
Place to do business in the Old West
Place to wrestle
Playing marble
President before Wilson
Prices
Puppyish
Rugged rock formation
Scott who wrote 'Presumed Innocent'
Scribbles
See 5-Across
Sounds in a barbershop
Still-life object
Stuntmaster Knievel
Suffix with cigar
Take ___ at (try)
Tenth: Prefix
Too much: Fr.
Total prize money
Use a Singer
Using trickery
Venus
What a student crams for
Whinny
Wide open, as the mouth
With 72-Across, the end of 20-, 37-, 44- or 59-Across
___ Park, Colo.

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