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Ones with seniority crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of March 27th, 2009 other clues
'Cool your jets!'
'Magnificat anima ___ Dominum'
'Oh, phooey!'
'The Book of Hours' poet
1971 title role for Donald Sutherland
Arôme detector
Bit of the Bahamas
Certain sex scandal, in slang
Chef's cry
Connecticut town attacked by the British in the War of 1812
Cools, in a way
Cousin of a clog
Crawl with
Critical cluck
Cry from a litter
Detoured to pay a visit along the way
Diamond-shaping choice
Diamond-shaping choice
Doesn't take advantage of
Engine line
Enter like a storm trooper
Finger food at a Japanese restaurant
Fizzle (out)
Fleet activities
Former Yankee Martinez
Gallic greeting
Grid marking
Guest at a synagogue
Having superior amenities
Height of fashion?
Hippie happening
Island SSW of Naxos
It may fall flat
It's not really mink, for example
Liberal, informally
Literature Nobelist Andric
Music that influenced the Beatles' 'Norwegian Wood'
Natural treatment
Not quite mashed
Old track holders
One of the 10 brightest stars
One or two
One way to die
Periodical output: Abbr.
Quaint aviation accessory
Recipient of a honey-do list
Shifting sequence
Shrill flier
Sitcom character discussed in the 2003 biography 'Ball of Fire'
Smooth to a fault
Some permafrost features
Start of a text-message afterthought
Still the most
Their beans were used as currency by the Aztecs
These, overseas
Tolls, essentially
Transforming Tonka toys
W-2 inclusion
Wassailing choice
Worker who sets things down

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