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Revered one crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of February 5th, 2018 other clues
Lavish praise on
Uncooked
Apple on a desk
Pie ___ mode
Deserve
Pixar's 'Finding ___'
Like most Bluetooth headsets
Detectives
Underhanded
'Hot' Mexican dish
Popular cold and flu medicine
'Anything ___?'
Makeshift shelter
Bowling target
Early TV comic known for 'Your Show of Shows'
Walk with a swagger
Possesses
Male deer
Was in front
Ending with golden or teen
'But I heard him exclaim, ___ he drove out of sight ...'
Pot's cover
Civic-minded group
Man's name that's an investment spelled backward
Every last drop
Whimper like a baby
Prefix with natal or classical
Mensa stats
___-Pacific (geopolitical region)
Ewe's offspring
Pull hard
Misplace
Bullfight cheer
Fictional mouse ___ Little
'Piece of cake' or 'easy as pie'
Pumpkin color
Fixes, as shoelaces
Mix
Fleur-de-___
More secure
Forcible removals, as of tenants
Be confident in
Multiplex offering
Sampled
Curved Pillsbury item
Gave some money under the table
Side of a diamond
Traditional night for partying
'Yeah, right!'
Nabisco snack since 1912
Give the slip
Something to click online
Actress Kemper of 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'
One who might follow into a family business
Grape-Nuts or Apple Jacks
Song for a diva
One-named Irish singer
Crossed home plate, say
Guadalajara gold
Teeter-totter
50%
Ones calling the plays
Actress Falco of 'Nurse Jackie'
Hangs around for
Texas landmark to 'remember'
Parade spoiler
Clarinet or sax
'The Way We ___'
Highly capable
Thomas ___, 'Rule, Britannia' composer
Part to play
40-hour-a-week work
It has phases that are represented by the starts of 18-, 29-, 47- and 61-Across ... and by 1-Down
Tight-lipped sort
Pickle holder
Batman portrayer Kilmer
Kingdoms

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