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P.M. William Gladstone's party: Abbr. crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of March 18th, 2003 other clues
'___ we forget'
Acting through the skin
Agent Mulder's show, with 'The'
Analgesic's promise
Auto engine type
Autocrats of old
Bagel centers
Big fat mouth
Burn a bit
Cashless deal
Chef's collection
Contend (for)
Corn Belt state
Dental pictures
Director Van Sant
Down Under birds
Event for scullers
Everyday article
Falls on the border
Farsi-speaking land
Flapjack topper: Var.
Gangster's gun
Garment that may have advertising
Get off at the terminal
Ginger ___
Gun, as an engine
Hammer features
Heroic saga
High-spirited horse
Hurler's stat.
It rides on runners
Kind of tank
Like porn
'Saturday Night Fever' music
'___ the season ...'
What spots on 1-Down show
Winter cap feature
Yule quaff
Little bit
Macpherson of 'Sirens'
Make-or-break time
Mortise's partner
Mushy food
Nixon bested him
On the road
One of David's compositions
Part of S.W.A.K.
Pasta with pockets
PC alternatives
Percussion instrument in a combo
Poetic Muse
Poke fun at
Prehistoric predator, for short
Pythagorean ___
QB's aims
Queen mother, e.g.
Rat Pack cohort of Frank
Record albums, to collectors
Relaxing spots
Sell aggressively
Shutterbugs' settings
Singer Turner
Skiers' lifts
Some corruption
Some Feds
Starchy tuber
Start of a boast from Caesar
Suffix with soft or hard
Taj Mahal site
Tennessee team, for short
The Dow, e.g.
University of Nevada locale
War of 1812 hero Stephen

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