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Repeated call to a dog crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of February 4th, 2004 other clues
'My country' follower
'Nice!'
17-Across's alias
17-Across's first national TV show
1960's TV western
3-D graph line
Actor Jackie
Ale ingredient
Atomic groups: Abbr.
Author Umberto
Be in the red
Biblical shepherd-turned-prophet
California fossil site
California's San ___ Dam
Cheesy snack
Chocolate and almond treat
Country's McEntire
Court cry
Crop up
Dandy
Declines
Designer inits.
Dorm room staple
Dreaded
Family problem
Five-spots
Flight board abbr.
Former Iranian president Bani-___
Hair holder
Haircuts
Handshake's meaning, maybe
Home, sweet or not
James of jazz
Juice drinks
Last: Abbr.
Late beloved entertainer
Least amount of caring
Light show
Like community property
Like some phone nos.
Like some vehicles
Like the 'Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ral' lullaby
Lit ___ (college course, slangily)
Lollapalooza
Longtime record label
Low socks
Moravians, e.g.
Nontraditional haircuts
Normal force felt on earth
One with a silver tongue
Part of a hookah
Part of a Mad. Ave. address
Permit to enter
Popular party game
Pound piece
Pretty shrub
Prince ___ Khan
Professional pitcher
Scopes trial grp.
Some diner orders
Sportscaster Jim
Steak order
Suffix with prank
Suffix with ptero-
Summer clock setting: Abbr.
Taj Mahal city
Tease
Trash can, e.g., on a computer
Treater's phrase
Up to now
Variety of sandpiper
Violinist Zimbalist
What Hamlet called Polonius
Where 17-Across was inducted in 1990
Wine: Prefix
___ favor
___-Magnon

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