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Harness racing gait crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 16th, 2019 other clues
'Me, too!'
Club with travel advice, for short
Quarry noise
Make art on glass or metal
Colorful fish
Really cool, in slang
'Obviously, Sherlock!'
Makeshift receptacle for ballots
Dubious Tibetan sighting
Choose
Research assistant, informally
'On the other hand ...'
Mark that's just above average
Windows strip
Slippery
'Puh-leeze!,' in facial form
Meet (with) at midday, say
Exhaust
Smooth sailing site
'You're oversharing!'
Mixes in
Fate
Some origami birds
'___ and those crazy sheep costumes!'
Mr. Rogers
Female graduates
Spot where one might get grilled
'___! Petr, I'm begging you again to let me get this!'
First name in perfumes
Loud subgenre of punk
'___! The flight attendant just swatted a bug!'
Foundational teachings
Myriad
Not get used
Teensy
'___, do these jeans make me look fat?'
Fraternity letter
The Louvre, originally
Not just any
'___, would you like to purchase some religious music?'
Genie holders
The Na'vi in 'Avatar,' e.g
Ostracize
Actor Neeson
Hacker's goal
Told, as tales
Part of a bridge
Advantage
TV drama of 2000-15
Part of a movie that can be spoiled
Bakery-cafe chain
In a jovial way
Ugh-worthy
Pay attention to
Benzoyl peroxide target, informally
Lease term, often
Upscale kitchen feature
Peer through a window, maybe
Big swigs
Lecherous person
Website for film buffs
Break in the action
Perfectly
Bikini part
'O mio babbino caro,' e.g
Levine of Maroon 5
Where Paris took Helen
'Amen!'
Wimbledon unit
Place where you can get stuck
Billy the Kid vis-à-vis Henry McCarty
Lid attachment
Place with treatments
Boutique-filled N.Y.C. neighborhood
'Bingo!'

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