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Got off the bottle crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of May 3rd, 2018 other clues
Gym unit
Took first
Bowling reservation
Cellular carrier?
'Casey at the Bat' autobiographer
Have a bug, say
Tolkien dragon
Used a scope
Certain ticket category
He shared a Nobel Prize with de Klerk
Vituperative sorts
Bubble-filled Nestlé chocolate bar
City in which 'Glee' is set
Hilton alternative
Calamine target
Walt Whitman's 'Song of ___'
Common linguistic suffix
Warm greeting
Puts to sleep, say
Intensifies, with 'up'
Warren Buffett, notably
Qantas hub, on tickets
'... if you ___!'
It can be hard to process
Easily decided
Reins cats and dogs?
2015 N.F.L. M.V.P. Newton
'Lobster Telephone' artist
It ends with 'zyzzyva,' in brief
Easy-to-park vehicles ... or what can be found four times in this puzzle
San Francisco's ___ Tower
Winter vacation destination
Boathouse item
Last in a math series
Word on a magnum
Self-deprecatingly titled instructional book series
European nation since 1993
'White Flag' singer, 2003
Liquor: Abbr
Evade, as a sensitive topic
Some bling
50 is a very high one, in brief
Listed 'others'
Facial spot
Some corporate jets
Access to a treehouse, maybe
Longtime TV exec Roone
Financial mogul Carl
Start to terrorism or tourism
Actress Cheryl or Diane
Meet the expense of
German 'the'
Support, as a cause
Airport whose main terminal was designed by Eero Saarinen
Most over the top
Tailor's aid
Archaeological site
Move along
Golfer's goof
The Adriatic vis-à-vis the Mediterranean
Piece of cake?
Gossip column fodder
Tiny power source
Big loss, figuratively
Pinocchio, by the film's conclusion
To's partner
Pommes frites seasoning

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