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Request of an invitee, briefly crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 25th, 2005 other clues
Start of a magician's cry
The Lord's tropical fruit?
Thickening agent
Tibetan priest
TV viewer's aid
Unbridged area
Vatican's home
Wrinkle remover
___ de Mayo
___ Hart, sitcom title character
Guest column
High do
Hourly charge
Increased, as the score
Intermediary (or a title for this puzzle)
J.F.K. posting, for short
John Belushi was originally on it: Abbr.
Laid up
Lawyers' org.
Letters that make you feel important?
Like 'fuzz' for 'police'
Like ideal cactus climate
Live's partner
Marilyn Monroe mark
Meyers of 'Kate & Allie'
Moo goo ___ pan
Nav. rank
Nobelist Wiesel
Not very hot
October birthstones
Olive ___
Place for a smile
Presidential time
Reason to call 911: Abbr.
Regained consciousness
Rivers' destination
Rock band equipment
Romantic ballroom queues?
Run-of-the-mill
Sidestepped
Sidles through a doorway
Some Anne Rice characters
Something to play in Kinshasa?
Start a battle
Any of the original 13
'Come in!'
Acerbic pianist Oscar
'Phooey!'
Alternative to gin or vodka
Author Dinesen
Author Jong
Away, but not completely off-duty
Baby bug
Beaujolais, e.g.
Bedouin's mount
Bless the food
Bodywork place
Breakfast strip
Buildup on a suit jacket
Chow mein additive
Cincinnati team
Cribbage markers
Cry from the pews
Degrade
Doctors' org.
Document burial place
E-garbage
Eye part
Foul
Freeway exit
French-born satirist Hilaire
Fresh talk
Friskies eater
From time immemorial
Full range
Go bananas
Grove fruit

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