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Home of the bygone Aloha Bowl crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of April 12th, 2006 other clues
'Devil in Miss Jones,' for one
'I Got a Name' singer, 1973
'I'm game!'
'Inventive' monogram
'Li'l ___'
'___ looks like a duck …'
Admission receipts
All tied up
As a result
Author Turgenev
Ball in a basket, maybe
Bill of Rights advocacy grp.
Bit of marine life
Bona fide
Cager O'Neal, to fans
Carrier once with an American flag logo
Casino needs
Cellular stuff
Chapel vow
Cold weather attire
Contests ending in draws?
Cries of dismay
Daisy ___
Dangerous biters
Dreamcast company
Dummy Mortimer
Earth Day mo.
Egyptologist's study
Foreign attys.' degrees
Fort ___, Calif.
French clerics
Frenzied woman
Fresh from the oven
Gender ___
Hawaii, before 1959: Abbr.
Hello from Canberra
Hope chest material
In the style of the 'Moonlight Sonata'
Indiana city named for a foreign country
Lacking in tact
Legendary Bruin
Like Tom Thumb
Linen shade
Many a jazz combo
Marcel Marceau character
Marches may be written in it
Medea, to Circe
More aloof
Noted 1928 musical work, with 'The'
One-named supermodel
P.M. after Eshkol
Part of Q.E.D.
Prescribed time
Prickly heat
Put on the clothesline
Shrovetide treats
Sinclair rival, once
Some fancy vocabulary
Start of a Web address
Stock exchange purchase
Street seen on 'Perry Mason'
Take the gold
The Bucs stop here
Touch down
Twilight, to Tennyson
Volleyball ace Gabrielle
What gentle strokes may produce
Work by Chagall
Worker often seen crouching
Wrap around a sandwich

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