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First millennium B.C., roughly crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of November 17th, 2010 other clues
'Born from jets' automaker
'Dies ___'
A.F.B. truant
Asia's ___ Sea
Ballpark fig.
Beehive State Indians
Bog product
Cascade Range peak
Certain offshoot
Cheesy dish
Chi-town rails
Comics character with a wrist radio
Courtroom attention-getter
Deep secrets
Disney's Nala, for one
El Greco's city
Fancy duds
Fireplace part --> fall color
First name in '50s TV comedy
Food storage area
Forgo the script
Furry sci-fi creature
Greedy sort
Having the least vermouth
Holy man in an Ogden Nash verse
Home, slangily
Hydrotherapy sites
In the manner of
Italy's side, once
Jolly sounds
Katharine Hepburn's foursome
Lech of Poland's Solidarity
Liberal arts maj.
Like an alias
Like some phone minutes
Locomotive part
Make stout
Melt ingredient
Mick Jagger's title
On the ocean blue
Ore suffix
Painter of dreamscapes
Pigtail --> cause for a siren
Places for scrubs, for short
Plaything for two
Positive aspect
Prefix with skeleton
Prepare for a marathon, say, with 'up'
Prez who said 'If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen'
Put down
Ranges of knowledge
Rhein tributary
Rio Grande city
Rotund Wolfe
Satyajit Ray's 'The ___ Trilogy'
Set aside
Showed contempt for something
Sign of trouble --> commercial writers
Signs of elation --> marathon segments
Smoothly, on a score
Soldier's shelter
Spanish counterpart of a mlle.
Squandered, as a lead
Surgeon's probe
That, in Tijuana
The start of time
To be, to Brigitte
Toaster food --> dazzling designs
TV spot, often
Watch readouts, for short
What a farmer in Del. works on?
Where Skype was invented
Wild scene
Worrier's handful
___ fixe

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