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'Or so' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 21st, 2014 other clues
German auto
Germany's ___ Basin
Get behind
Give rise to
Go astray
Got the chair?
Hematite, e.g
Hockey Hall of Fame locale
Homer that leaves people yawning?
House speaker after Dennis Hastert
I will follow it
It's hard to shoot
Joint business venture?
Kate Middleton, e.g
Lawn game
Lead-in to pressure
Like President Taft
Like used cigars, maybe
Likely feature of a college town
Lively intelligence
Majors in acting
Makeshift wig, maybe
Mil. rank
Minuses, basically
Moon of Neptune
Nav. rank
Navratilova rival
Nickname for Orlando
Nursing need
One may be removed
Pac-12 team, for short
Pad ___ (noodle dish)
Pale ___
Part of E.T.S.: Abbr
Pasta with a name derived from the Italian for 'quills'
Piano sonatas, e.g
Playbill info
Proctor's charge
R.S.V.P., e.g.: Abbr
Raven's cry
Reader of the Deseret News
Red or white sticker?
Regal and Encore
Return to one's seat?
Rhone tributary
Risky chess move, informally
Roy Rogers's real last name
Saharan nomad
Sauce with a name derived from the Italian for 'pounded'
Sedgwick in Warhol films
See 112-Down
Seeks change?
Siouan speaker
Ski resort near Santa Fe
Some briefs
Some Christmas decorations
Something put on the spot?
Son of, in Hebrew names
Soon gonna
Sound of a fly swatter
Southwest tribe after a fistfight?
Special newsstand offering
Starts recycling, say
Steve Jobs's successor at Apple
Stillwater's home: Abbr
Stuff your dad finds ridiculous?
Suffix with social
Take off
Temple University's team
They can be fertilized
They're above abs
Tree whose pods have sweet pulp
Trendy coffee order
Trucks, maybe
Vagrant after getting kicked off a train, say?
War stat
Warrior or downward dog
Was gullible
Way out
What vinegar has a lot of
Where a director directs
Where the big buoys are?
With 113-Down, it's full of opinions
Without a mixer
World capital once conquered by Augustus
World of Warcraft creatures
Zion National Park material
___ generis
___ Liasson, NPR political correspondent
___ of Man
___ tide
'Dedicated to the ___ Love'
'Illmatic' rapper
'Good job by you!'
'It Came ___ a Midnight Clear'
'Personally, I think ...,' in texts
'Pick me, pick me!'
'Shucks!' or 'Pshaw!'?
'The less you wear, the more you need ___' (slogan)
'The Shawshank Redemption' setting
'___ no biggie'
'___ we done?'
Actress Strahovski of 2000s TV
Auntie ___ (pretzel chain)
Backstabbing pal?
Barn dance that's free to attend?
Believe it!
Bleacher feature
Bone to pick
Break off
Cause for a quarantine
Celtic battle, say
Charles Schwab competitor
Church leaders
Coast along, with 'by'
Cognac bottle letters
Complex thing?
Composer whose name is an anagram of SANTA + ME
Computer addresses: Abbr
Computerdom, informally
Crush, e.g
Father-son activity
Fattened fowl
Feel deep compassion
First lady from Texas
Gawks at
Gentle treatment, metaphorically

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