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Ponies up crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of June 17th, 2002 other clues
'You said it!'
'Don't move!'
'March comes in like ___ ...'
'Take a load off!'
A ___ apple
Actress Moorehead
Ad biz awards
All-night studier
Almost forever
Ambulance grp.
Asian nurse
Away from port
Baltimore player
Bambi's mother, for one
Beloved animals
Bit attachment
Bit of baby talk
Brit's exclamation
Chips ___! (cookies)
Colorado town on the Roaring Fork River
Crumbly white cheese
Deuce, in tennis
Diviner, of a sort
Dumbwaiter, essentially
Fine thread
Flaky minerals
Head of a meeting
Heavenly hunter
How some shall remain
Instrument with a bow
Isle of exile
It'll knock you out
Libido, in psychiatry
Like stallions and bulls
War god
What cable TV renders unnecessary
When repeated, a Latin dance
Without cost
Loved ___
Mink or sable
Money in the bank, say
Needle case
Not as dusty
Owner's proof
Peter I, II or III
Place for hay
Play ___ (do some tennis)
Pro or con, in a debate
Push (down)
Radiator sound
Radius or rib
Redhead's dye
Riyadh residents
Sleeveless wraps
State bird of Hawaii
Stout drinks
Summer coolers
Sweetie pie
Symbol of the WB network
Taiwan's capital
Touched down
Trucker with a handle
Two for breakfast?
Two for dessert?
Two for dinner?
Venomous snake

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