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Month named for a Roman emperor crossword clue


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Irish Times Simplex crossword of May 15th, 2019 other clues
Air, atmosphere
Countries with central government
Court decision
Form of unarmed combat
Give up bad old ways
Has an effect on
Having the least weight
Horse's head in chess
Ideas, opinions
Incarcerated person
Leisure time away from work
Level or smooth
Not easy to see or understand
Occurring many times at short intervals
Official representing a country abroad
Production, yield
Put up with
Reflecting or pondering
Shrubs and sweeping brushes
Spoke indistinctly in a low voice
Sudden break or burst in a body part
Summer shoe
Sweet carbonated drink
Swindling or deceiving
The world of plants and animals
Unusual, uncommon
Workers skilled in a trade

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