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Extricated from a jam crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of February 24th, 2018 other clues
'Go, me!'
Mess up
Flavor additive, in brief
Socket for setting a gem
Of renown
'Any ___?'
Follower of four or six, but not five
Start of a start of a menu?
'Where does it all end?' argument
Offshore waves?
Food preservers
Option when changing jobs
Ad agency specialist
The Liberty Tree, for one
Org. fighting copyright infringement
Fuel for planes
Blogs, social media and other nontraditional outlets
When cock-a-doodle-doos are done
Grade of wine
Breakup tune
Winter Olympics sights
Part of a makeup kit
Guinness Book adjective
Buster of myths
Without deliberation
Pennsylvania city where the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers meet
High ways?
Campaign supporters
Words of explanation
Hollande's successor as president of France
Chemical contaminant, for short
___ Irvin, early cartoonist/designer for The New Yorker
Prestigious academic journal
Ice cream choice
Concept of beauty
___ Park
Projecting beams on a bridge
It goes clockwise or counterclockwise depending on the hemisphere
Containing silver
___ Shankar, influence on George Harrison
Quick way to end a sentence?
Italian known for pulling strings?
Section of a Crayola box
Cornerstone abbr
___ talk
Reading and writing, for most jobs
Italian sculptor ___ Lorenzo Bernini
Dirt spreader
Latin list ender
Dolphinfish, informally
Legend says it arose on Palatine Hill
Enlightened responses
Roam (about)
Like very early education, for short
Exhibiting a modern form of obsession
Search for prey
Little squealer
Slow and steady types
Factor in Billboard rankings

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