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One side in checkers crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of April 12th, 2004 other clues
'Hey, you!'
'Othello' villain
'Pretty good!'
'What ___ I saying?'
Ambles (along)
Apartment payment
Automatic tournament advance
Billiards rod
Bout ender, for short
Brays
Bullring hurrahs
Chest muscles, briefly
Choir voice
Diving board's part of a swimming pool
Encl. with a manuscript
Extremely low, as prices
Fatherly
Figure skater Midori ___
Fly
Frog's seat
Frozen waffle brand
Furtively
Game authority
Give, as duties
Golf locale
Hair salon item
Height: Abbr.
Identical
Informal group discussion
It goes on a photocopier: Abbr.
Johnson of 'Laugh-In'
Jr. high, e.g.
Justice's attire
Keystone officer
Letters on a Cardinal's cap
Lift in Aspen
Like Yul Brynner or Telly Savalas
Little 'un
Loewe's partner on Broadway
Magazine no.
Malfunction, with 'up'
Not at home
On the ___ (fleeing)
One's special person in life
Online correspondence
Part of the spine
Pastoral place
Picked up stealthily
Pivoting span on a river
Place for gloss
Poorer
Previously named
Prohibit
Queen Victoria's prince
Quick bite
Rock musician Brian
Roundish
Shack
Speedometer letters
Spicy chip topping
Strokes on a green
Subdued color
Summer in Montréal
The first O of O-O-O
Thom ___ shoes
Title girl in Kay Thompson books
Toy that does tricks
Tremendously
Tropical fever
Two-trailer rig
Tyrannical leader
Views, as through binoculars
Walks about looking for prey
___ Lingus
___ Lizzie (Model T)
___ Park, Colo.
___-boom-bah

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