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Muscat's land crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of April 2nd, 2018 other clues
Drink that's often iced
Skewered meat dishes
62-Across school
___ vera
Abbr. on many a cornerstone
Elevator stop
Social Security, Medicare, etc., collectively
Airport guess, for short
St. Genevieve, for 62-Across
Arnaz of 'I Love Lucy'
Mythical ruler of Crete
State formed as part of the Missouri Compromise
Extends, as a lease
N.B.A. coach Steve
Artoo-___ of 'Star Wars'
Strew, as seed
'Vous êtes ici' ('You ___ here')
Family members
Sing like Ella Fitzgerald
At the point in one's life
Not feeling well
Suffix with differ
Galena or bauxite
Basketball venue
One of three in a hat trick
Think up
Genesis garden
Battery terminals
Opposite of WSW
Golf course standard
Big name in Russian ballet
Toy that shoots foam darts
Grand ___ (cultural trip around Europe)
Blue Jays' home, for short
'... or so ___ told'
Roadside bomb, for short
Trade publication read along Madison Avenue
Green vegetable with tightly curled leaves
Bonnie's partner in crime
Turn down, as an offer
Scandal-ridden company of the early 2000s
Hide-out for Br'er Rabbit
Bosom buddies, in modern lingo
Ukr., e.g., once
Second-largest city of Morocco, after Casablanca
Ladybug or scarab
Bucks' mates
Vietnamese holiday
Shade of green
Laurence who wrote 'Tristram Shandy'
What's thrown in a cafeteria fight
Shades of color
Leading the pack
'... man ___ mouse?'
World capital that's the theme of this puzzle
She tasted the forbidden fruit
62-Across bridge
62-Across cathedral
Let out
'I know! I know!'
Col. Sanders's restaurant
Shrek, e.g
62-Across landmark
Like a jaybird, in an idiom
Diner seating option
Siegfried's partner in Vegas
62-Across museum
___ of the above
List of options
Dôme ___ Invalides (historic church)

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