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Indian breads crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 16th, 2014 other clues
'Charlie's Angels' actress
'I'm not the only one!'
'Go ahead!'
'Behold!'
'The Glass Menagerie' woman
'___ Hill,' 1996 platinum album
Actor Stephen
Arctic ice
Attend
Ball holder
Bartlett's, e.g
Bracket shape
Break (into)
Cartoonist who said 'I don't read or watch TV to get ideas. My work is basically sitting down at the drawing table and getting silly'
Coll. units
Constituency
Contemptuous responses
Corpulent
Crouches in fear
Female Cotswolds
First of all
Fist-bumps
Flummoxed
For whom Alfred Pennyworth is a butler
French mine?
Gets ready to play, say, with 'up'
Girl's name meaning 'beautiful'
Grasped
Had
Harley, e.g
Hunt's production
Indulge
It's an imposition
Kennel club reject, no doubt
Kitchen gizmos
Lead
Like England in the Middle Ages
Lowercase letter illustrated six times in this puzzle?
Made up
Make sense
Newswoman Paula
Not shoot for the stars, to put it mildly
Old-time actress Meadows
Paddle pusher
Part of a drain
Passed on, in a way
Pet saying?
Poor grade
Prepare to plant, perhaps
Produce
Rap's Dr. ___
River to the Missouri
Roman rebuke
Russian wolfhound
Senility
Sharpen
Shoes and socks, typically
Slumber party togs
Some plasma TVs and digital cameras
Some sports cars
Speaker's aid
Start to take off one's pants, say
Subject of meditation
Suffix with orange
Tech, e.g.: Abbr
They may be picked up in a locker room
Thing that might have a needle
Turn
Vitamin, e.g
What a public scene may elicit
What some waiters never see?
Wheel with sloped teeth
___ card
___ incline (tilted)
___ to self

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