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"Pipe down!" crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of February 17th, 2019 other clues
Not hush-hush
Some I.R.S. data, for short
Court plea, in brief
Gave reluctantly, with "up"
Lens covers
60 minuti
Meerkat in "The Lion King"
Comic actor known for his shock humor
1966 Donovan hit with a rhyming title
Fine fabric
Living, to Livy
Answer to 66-Across [Entertainment]
"That tastes bleah!"
Find a new tenant for
Tour de France stage
World Cup cry
"Holy cow!"
How chicken teriyaki is usually served
Tres + cinco
Lines on sheet music
Cole Porter's "Well, Did You ___?"
What 1986 ___ romantic comedy got its title from a song by the Psychedelic Furs?
Get rid of
Clinton who once ran for president
Cost to get a hand
Sweet and kind
Answer to 39-Down [Sports & Leisure]
Bump on a slope
Brightly lit
1962 hit for the Ikettes
Nutritional std.
Who wrote a 2003 best seller about a ___?
Key of Beethoven's "Für Elise"
Ride provider
Cartesian conclusion
Some roadsters
Nose out
Select, as sides for a game
Part of an itinerary
Have a bawl
Where were battleships sunk in an 1894 ___?
"Little ol' me?"
"When it comes to ..."
Knight's wear, in England
What a judge does for much of the day
What annual game have the ___ won more than any other team?
Word said before "do"
Jungle tangle
Answer to 68-Across [Art & Literature]
Spanish ouzo flavoring
What ___ comes from a farm bird?
CBS debut of 2000
Newspaper units: Abbr.
"To repeat ..."
Amherst campus, for short
Calendar units: Abbr.
Quimby of children's books
Asmara is its capital
Song heard at the start of "Saturday Night Fever"
Scorer of 12 World Cup goals
Condition once called "shell shock," for short
Vladimir Lenin's real last name
Suffix with elect
Not rumpled, as a bed
Director Anderson
Princess seduced by Zeus
Partner of tuck
Nahuatl speaker
"Carmen" and "Elektra"
Certain body of believers
Cookie containers
Host for a destructive beetle
Veal topper, informally
Farm females
Answer to 13-Down [History]
Answer to 113-Across [Geography]
Moving vehicle
Abbr. on a label of brandy
What kind of tree ___?
Class skippers
Capital that was home to the world's tallest building before the Burj Khalifa
Pears and apples
Part of a Latin 101 conjugation
Slice, for example
Answer to 22-Across [Science & Nature]
Length of a pool and back
High-grade cotton
"Yeah, right!"
First name on a famous plane
Oregon city that was the first permanent U.S. settlement west of the Rockies
Freeman of "Now You See Me"
Wry Bombeck
Kind of scholar
Gain entry to
Sacha Baron Cohen character
Loaves from whole-grain flour
Small digit
"Buzz off!"
Longtime Steelers coach Chuck
A, B, C or D, in multiple choice: Abbr.
"It's a waste of time"
Be of ___ (aid)
Foal's mother
Crankcase device
Like Fenway among all major-league ballparks
Words of triumph
Natty neckwear
Original edition of this puzzle's theme
Actor Diggs
TV Tarzan player
Like a moray
Put away, in a way
Hot stuff
Director Burton
Syracuse player, once
Follower of the Gospels
Unwelcome looks
Locale for Jacques Cousteau
Cinephile's channel

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