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Orphan in Byron's 'Don Juan' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of February 20th, 2015 other clues
Sheltered side
Shul fixtures
Sketchy program, for short?
Some exercise equipment
Some punches
Sporter of an eagle insignia
Stand-up routines
Story of a building, in France
Such ___ is
Suffix with gas
Tech service with over half a billion users
Temporal cusp
Unit that replaced the ryo in 1871
Unspecified news source, often
Violates a court rule
Washing woe
With 17-Across, the B-side to 'A Hard Day's Night'
With 64-Across, ignored
Worker who thrives on strikes?
___ Amasova, 'The Spy Who Loved Me' Bond girl
'Ripped from the headlines' genre
Adored by
Annual event for 3-year-olds
Asperger's is a form of it
College from which Steve Jobs dropped out
Compound in some 33-Down stories
Country whose largest city is Cotonou
Cousin of a contrabass
Critical unit?
Dagger of yore
Gives off, as confidence
Glassmaker's oven
Halloween spirit
Holiness leader?
Home to Shoshone Falls
Hotel clerk's handout
HuffPo's parent
III, now
In buckets
Island due south of Livorno
Jai alai ball
Kept things casual
Kershaw with three Cy Young Awards
Like George W. Bush vis-à-vis Sylvester Stallone
Like some angsty teens
Main enemy in the Mario games
Man's name meaning 'manly'
Many a deadbeat's car, eventually
Motorcyclist who became a rebel
Mysterious figure in 'I Am the Walrus'
Narrows: Abbr
Need for an iTunes Store account
Participants in Britain's question time, briefly
Play makeup
Pretend nothing is wrong
Religious leader who met with Attila the Hun
Roger's cousin?
Schoolyard report?
Schoolyard retort
Score after deuce
See 15-Across
See 60-Across

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