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Four six-packs crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of October 9th, 2002 other clues
All-Pro linebacker Junior of the Chargers
Anago, at a Japanese restaurant
As it happens
Back talk
Bake-off needs
Big time
Bobby-___ (40's teenagers)
Bullies' targets
Cars' bars
Cell phone button
Certain cameras: Abbr.
Channel swimmer Gertrude
Choice word
Church leader
Classic drugstore name
Classified ad abbr.
Coop up
Dashboard display
Diamond flaw?
Diamond of note
Esau and Jacob's mother
Exquisitely wrought trinkets
February ___ (Groundhog Day)
Female rabbit
Fine things?
Good place to be in a race
Great fear
Hail Mary, e.g.
Ho hi
How the perfect game is shown on the scoresheet
IBM products
Lean-___ (sheds)
Levy imposers
Like fishhooks
Literary collections
Nobelist Wiesel
Old telecommunications name
Part of a newspaper article
Part of a sector
Perfect score in a certain game
Pool exercise
Potsie's pal on 'Happy Days'
Practice one's one-two
Prefix with plunk or plop
Present day?
Proof letters
Quetzalcoatl worshipers
Rugby shirts
Rx writers
Saxophonist Gordon
Singer Tori
Skating maneuvers
Small amount
Spanish for 'fox'
Squeezes (out)
Sunday seat
Sweet treats
Swiss canton
Tag sale tag
They can take a yoke
Tiger or Indian, briefly
Turturro of 'The Sopranos'
Warrior princess of TV
What '++' means in Qe2++
What the perfect game consists of
When 'S.N.L.' wraps in N.Y.C.
XXI tripled
___ pro nobis

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