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Expiate, with "for" crossword clue


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LA Times crossword of December 13th, 2018 other clues
Low prime
Lying on
Austen's aspiring matchmaker
Unexpected pleasure
Move slowly
License plates
Spew, as insults
One finger for a fastball, say
According to
Salon creation
Isaac's eldest
It may run during a sad movie
Classic song title words before "my love has come along"
Bust a gut
Tonsorial sound
Cooped-up layers
Looks untowardly toward
Consider overnight
Uncomfortable situation
More twisted, in a way
Quick Draw's co-creator
Oktoberfest cubes
Guinness adjective
Rock's __ Fighters
Make one
Not once
Ovine animals
[It disappeared!]
Old Mideast org.
Short, for short
Campus figure
Sun screen
Black Sea peninsula
"What a relief!"
Colorful prize
Second: Abbr.
Pop diva in "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again"
Wild party
"__ just won't do"
New Zealand mystery author Ngaio __
Word often said with a sigh
Automaker whose name means "Hark!" in Latin
Stuck in traffic, say
Peace of mind
Big primates
Weighty work
Should we name the kid after the eldest Brady son or the James Bond author?
Browser button
Done in
Manual comeuppance
"Cray" and "totes adorbs," e.g.
Same old routine
Moans and groans
Trip letters
__ it coming
Should we roll this old piano away or put it in order?
Word in many hymn titles
'50s-'60s car features
Continental currency
As it happens
Swampy area
Places for me-time
Some party reminders
Should we read a religious pamphlet or watch a movie ad?
Neutral possessive
Mass vestment
Swear words
Should we work on the experiment or go for a swim?

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