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Ones spotted at Ascot? crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of April 23rd, 2005 other clues
Diggers' discoveries
Echo, for one
Fast-drying paint
Fleshy-leafed plant
Foundation supports
Garden divisions
Group of rude dwellings
Hardly worth mentioning
It determines if help is needed
It's produced under pressure
Keel scraper
Kind of adapter
Lap, maybe
Like much French writing paper
Many a Monet scene
Mario ___ of the N.B.A.
Monarchy since 1350
Mysterious locale, once, with 'the'
New Mexico's ___ Canyon, a national historic park site
Nickname for director Peckinpah
Noun suffix
P.M. elected in 2001
Place for a vet
Placing restraints on
Poles, e.g.
Putting on a pedestal
Scrapple ingredient
Auto model discontinued in 2004
Athenian lawgiver who introduced trial by jury
Bad choice to bet on
Behind us all
Bette Midler ballad
Cautionary note
Cocktail garnish
'Frasier' actress Peri
'Something really should be done'
'For God's sake hold your tongue, and let me love' poet
'___ in favor …'
Annual music awards group
1984 action film originally intended to star Sylvester Stallone
Small servings
Some imported S.U.V.'s
Something found in specs?
State bordering Bavaria
Statue of Liberty sculptor
Summer music festival site
Tea tray goodie
Theodore Roosevelt's first secretary of war
Time off
Touchy subject
Toy placed over a door
Toyota MR2 competitor
Who 'knows,' in a 1958 Dion & the Belmonts hit
Word in many foreign company names

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