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Many a Monopoly property: Abbr. crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of July 24th, 2002 other clues
'Chasing ___' (1997 film)
'Deathtrap' director
'Family Feud' host Anderson
'Never mind' to an editor
'What's the ___?!'
'___ to Be You'
Abby's late sister
Aim for many models
Apply (for)
Beyond tipsy
Bon ___
Capote nickname
Colorful phrase
Controversial Oscar recipient of 1999
Defensive tackle Warren ___
Diner jarful
Dogtag info
Dry with a twist
Former Asian map abbr.
Give an edge to
Glove material
Grandson of Adam
Gravitate (toward)
Hindmost brain parts
Hole-making tool
How fans may go
It connects to the elbow
It requires a PIN
Italian aperitif
La-la lead-in
Laceless shoes
Lacking thrills
Letter after epsilon
Like bustards and buzzards
Like L.B.J.
Los Angeles attraction, with 'the'
Morning eye-opener
Muzzleloader's load
Natural mimics
New Left org.
Obedience school command
One of five Norwegian kings
One of the Muses
Other, to Ortega
Parish residence
Place to go in London?
Prefix with tarsal
Puccini opera
Rich soil
Road sign abbr.
Science society ___ Xi
Side by side
Sidewalk stand drink
Sleuth created by Biggers
Smallest postage hike
Some diner orders
Stuck on board
Suit to ___
Thin blue line, say

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