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Partied, so to speak crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of October 18th, 2001 other clues
One who'll put you in stitches?
Part of i.o.u.
Phone trio
Play stations?
Red army?
Related on the mother's side
Rental stables
Riviera vista
Sedative, informally
See 35-Down
Shakespearean fairy
Shed item
Six, in Tuscany
Soap ingredient
Social grace
Some facial features
Strauss's '___ Heldenleben'
They get you nowhere
This, to Jorge
Title song of a Duke Ellington album
Vatican attraction
Very soon
War maker
Was considered special
Where they say 'G'day!'
Wild goat
William, to Diana
With 6-Down, a logician's phrase
Workout wear
'I smell ___!'
'That's ___!'
'___ letter' (office order)
African language
Battle of the ___
Be economical with
Body of work
Caltech grad: Abbr.
Car opener?
Card game with the 13 spades laid out
Chamber worker?: Abbr.
Charged item
Concert pianist de Larrocha
Cosmo staff
Deli order
Dessert made with pineapple
Doctor in an H. G. Wells title
Expensive watch
Fine horse
Gargoyle, e.g.
Gérard Depardieu work
Gridiron move
King ___
Left ventricle attachment
Letters ending a PC code file name
Like native llamas
Like some drink orders
Like some golf balls
Make merry
More of a buttinsky
Name on an atomizer
Nugent and Turner
Old ___, Conn.
One may be turning
Zoo, so to speak
___ impasse

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