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Per person crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of June 30th, 2003 other clues
Exciting
Fashionable
Gain wealth opportunely, in a way
Give it a whirl
Go downhill fast?
Guthrie who sang at Woodstock
Harper Valley grp., in song
Harvest
Hog's home
Honey factory
Hopping mad
Hot pepper
Laser printer powder
Like droughty land
Lion's locks
Little League field surface, probably
Lock of hair
Losing streak
Madison Square Garden, e.g.
Mexican snacks
More vigorous
Neck and neck
New York's ___ Canal
Nickname in James Fenimore Cooper tales
One of the senses
Pencil pusher
Piggy bank filler
Place of bliss
Popular dip for 48-Down
Profit's opposite
Prospectors' receptacles
Put into words
Score unit
Severe
'Saving Private Ryan' craft: Abbr.
'Goodness gracious!'
'Darn!'
'Old MacDonald' refrain
'That feels good!'
'That is so funny'
'The very ___!'
'Two Mules for Sister ___' (1970 film)
'___ was saying ...'
Any day now
Appearance
Artist Warhol
Bake-off figure
Be head over heels about
Beef animal
Boot camp affirmative
Captain, e.g.
Chianti or Soave
Converted liberal, informally
Cruise ship
Dodge
Element of hope?
Shake hands (on)
She played TV's Amanda Woodward
Snake that may warn before it strikes
Stethoscope holders
Stick together
Suffix with buck
Sweep under the rug
Tehran resident
Three, on a sundial
Tiptop
Tourist's take-along
Toward the big waves
Triangular traffic sign
Typo
Vintner's tank
Where bats 'hang out'
Where Noah landed
World Almanac section
Writer ___ Stanley Gardner
Zhivago's love
___ Major

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