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'On the Beach' author Nevil crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 24th, 2011 other clues
'___ reminds me ...'
'Ich bin ___ Berliner'
'Looks ___ everything'
'O Sole ___'
'Pretty Boy' of crime
1975 #1 hit for Labelle
30-second spots, e.g.
37-Across vessels
Aardvark's diet
All: Prefix
Astrological sign of spring
Beat, barely
Blacksmith's tool
Cabernet or merlot
California valley known for 37-Across
Chicago trains
Clear from memory
Country wedged between France, Belgium and Germany
Cubicle fixture
Dish rated in alarms
Elevator pioneer Elisha
Ewes' mates
Expressed wonder
Floor cleaner
For men only
French president's palace
Gallivants, with 'about'
Give a darn
Give the slip to
Gustav who composed 'The Song of the Earth'
Have confidence in
Hit with a stun gun
Informal gathering of musicians
Initial poker stake
Kind of sax
Light bulb unit
Lumberjack's tool
Mafia bigwigs
Match a bet, in poker
Mensa members' stats
Money in Tokyo
More sad
Newspaper opinion piece
Not cramped at all
Not wait until December 25, say
Nun's beads
Nuts grown in Hawaii
Olympian's blade
One more than penta-
One of the W's in W.W. I
Operation Desert Storm setting
Order after 'Ready ... aim ...'
Outdoor homes for endangered species, perhaps
Papers in poker pots
Park that's home to Yogi Bear
Potato, informally
Protruding navel
Red tag events
Remove from power
Russia's ___ Mountains
Samuel of the Supreme Court
Send a message via cell phone
Small songbird
Stuck in the freezer
The 'Z' in DMZ
Things released from Pandora's box
Tie fastener
Tiny bit
Ultimatum words
Urban pollution
Volcano viewable from Tokyo
Where you might find the thematic parts of 17-, 26-, 41- and 54-Across
Whine tearfully
Wisconsin college or its city
___ Lilly and Company

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