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Lombardia's capital crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of March 14th, 2008 other clues
'How then ___ he now see?': John 9:19
'I ___ Lover' (1979 John Cougar hit)
'It's the truth'
'The White House,' for 'the presidency,' e.g.
Abba's style
Alaska's ___ Sound
Bond girl player Shirley
Brain component
Bygone crown
Bygone explosive
Caterpillar hairs
Caterpillar product
Choose not to pick?
Coll. elective program
Doesn't toss
Dungeons & Dragons race
Earth personified
Escorts after greeting
Fictional upper class
Find ___ for (match)
Fort Worth sch.
Gambler's place
Game with sticks
Got on
In up to one's neck
Informal demurral
Interstellar matter
It often follows something
It's issued to several stations, briefly
It's mild and a bit nutty
LaGuardia and others
Like some similarities
Like the Julian calendar
Long Branch Saloon visitor
Long green box?
Los Angeles's ___ Tower
M.I.T.'s class ring, familiarly
Modern greeting
Mom's partner?
Noted fifth-century invaders
One known for finger-pointing
One who doesn't chew the fat?
Plays intensely, in jazz slang
Post-W.W. I conference site
Preacher Beecher
Racket string material
Raise, as a steering wheel
Ready to receive visitors, say
Refrain from eating pasta?
Regrettable E.R. status
Rootless sort
Serenade, as the moon
Setting for some columns
Small, round sponge cake topped with fruit and whipped cream
Some spuds
They may be received by free subscriptions
They're seen around some cakes
TV's Spike, once
Twins' name at the 1984 Olympics
Un article défini
What a toaster may hold
Where to find Nancy
___ bricks

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