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'Here Come the Warm Jets' musician crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 13th, 2018 other clues
Having win after win
Beer you make yourself
N.F.L. star who was a Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year in 2017
The moon, e.g
Name that comes from Arabic for 'desert'
Bit of ink
Ties up, in a way
Book leaf
In short order
Two, to Teo
Not closing before 10 or 11 p.m
Indian state known for its tea
Use it for kicks
Is an agent for, informally
Variety of green tea
Old flame?
Italy's third-largest island, after Sicily and Sardinia
Vessel for frying food
One doing cat scans?
Lead-in to T, A or X
What Gandhi once likened to an ocean
One end of a kite string
Lead-in to X, Y or Z
One-named 1950s TV sex symbol
Children's author Beverly
What might have a large collection of prints
Who said 'If you're not ready to die for it, put the word 'freedom' out of your vocabulary'
Classic declaration in Gotham City
Opening of many a speech
Word with power or zero
College in Brunswick, Me
Oslo setting
Like Old Mother Hubbard's cupboard
Pathetic one
LinkedIn listing
Engine sounds
Publishing debut of 1851, with 'The'
Accept the sudden loss of, as an opportunity
Lose fizz
___ l'oeil (illusion)
Back from a vacation, say
First ones to bat
Representative sample of a larger group
Acceptance from fellow brainiacs, in slang
Lovelace of computing fame
Flute, e.g
Acid holder
Many graphics on election night
At the original speed, in music
Mixed martial arts champion Conor ___
Some West Point grads
Back from a vacation, say
Genuflect, e.g
Spa offering, briefly
Get cell service?

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