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'Fingers crossed!' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 27th, 2018 other clues
'Forever, ___' (1996 humor book)
'Just like that!'
'Most definitely!'
'You sti-i-i-ink!'
'___ get it'
Acoustic measure
Alternative to 'Sincerely'
Amos Alonzo ___, coach in the College Football Hall of Fame
Author Calvino
Author Locke of the Harlem Renaissance, the first African-American Rhodes scholar
Brooklyn attraction
Bunch of lovers?
Burrowing rodent
Business meeting that participants dial into, informally
Carolina tribe that allied with the colonists in the American Revolution
Celestial altar
Comic strip canine
Company that released '2001: A Space Odyssey'
Crafty person?
Department store department
Department with a buffalo on its seal
Divisions in the Congressional Record
Does something to a T
Drone's job
End of an era?
Family symbol
Fed. science org
Flier with a message
Follower of a plane ... or a hint to this puzzle's theme
Follower of clear or cross
Foreign-born musician with a Presidential Medal of Freedom
Former Yankees manager Joe
Hall of fame
I.S.P. option
In the course of
It helps keep the machinery running
It was once big for Aretha Franklin
It's indicated by arrows on a map
Lowest parts
Monomaniac of fiction
Mount whose name means, literally, 'I burn'
Muscle with a palindromic name
Newspaper headline of 12/8/1941
Norma ___ (Oscar-winning role of 1979)
One frequently pictured in GQ or Vogue
One might have a wink or a smile
Parody, in a way
Radiation cleanup, briefly
Realm with an Imperial Diet: Abbr
Rival of Cassio
Rod's partner
Rods' partners
Rolex rival
Sad songs
Something with teeth
Song sung by Elvis in 'Blue Hawaii'
Sunroof alternative
Symbol on many a bumper sticker
Texas' ___ Duro Canyon
Tin or glass
Trough filler
View remotely?
Words before 'a good night'
___ billiards, game on a pocketless table
___ Club

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