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Key of Beethoven's Symphony No. 7: Abbr. crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of August 18th, 2004 other clues
'Bad' for 'good,' e.g.
'Contact' astronomer
'Happy Motoring' company
'Roots' writer
'Three's a crowd'
1998 Sarah McLachlan hit
Airline to Amsterdam
Attacked with zeal
Back of the boat
Barn birds
Being the reason for
Best bro
Big brute
Bikini blast, briefly
Cager's offense
Catch between bases, say
Comparatively cockamamie
Court contest
Destination for many pilgrims
Donne's 'done'
Double agent Aldrich
Dress with a flare
Drug buster
Easy gait
Eight furlongs
Equine quipster
Exiled Amin
Fake cover stories
Familiar Olympics chant
Fictional Jane
Fishermen's pailfuls
Get a program on the radio
Get the drop on
Hightailed it
Himalayan guide
Homeric epic
J. Alfred Prufrock poet
K.C.-to-Little Rock direction
King protectors
Koppel of ABC
Leaf holder
March master
Mars explorer
Méphistophélès player in 'Faust'
Modern viewer's option, briefly
Move, in realtor-speak
Not nerdy
Once, once upon a time
Onetime TWA rival
Org. concerned with PCB's
Pacific ring
Place with sawdust
Pooped person's plaint
Reaches over
Running wild
Shocked response in conversation
Sleep disorder
Stephen Foster classic
Stumblers' sounds
Surveyors' calculations
Tubes on the table
Valedictorian's feat, perhaps
Wakeup calls
When Hamlet sees his father's ghost
___ Fail (Irish coronation stone)
___ Stanley Gardner

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