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Sayers's Bunter, e.g. crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of July 17th, 1999 other clues
Bygone time
Celestial equator supergiant
Change places
Dark time for poets
First black N.F.L. Hall-of-Famer ___ Tunnell
Gallbladder's shape
Goal of some drives
Gumbo flavorer
Handled glasses
Handy performer?
Having good placement
His '4' was retired
It comes before the season
It may be boring
It'll never get off the ground
It's played on base
Kind of comb
Lacks the wherewithal
Lay by
Like a good guard
Loo label
Master of photography: Abbr.
New York's 'pen' station
Northern homes: Var.
Not well-groomed
Of the same biological group
One of a pack, perhaps
One way to gaze
Pagoda locale
Rapid river thaw
Regatta racer
Al Green's '___-La-La'
Algonquian tribe member
Announcer Hall
Auto pioneer Citroën
Biblical plot
Big name in fertilizer
'The Aldrich Family' catchphrase, of old radio
Acid user
'Lady Sings the Blues' star
Reproduction needs
Resting on a track, as a sliding door
Shot putter?
Smooth and white
Sonja Henie's birthplace
Speaker in the field
Start of an 'Oliver!' song title
Surgeon's hook
Sweet drink
They have seats
They're not refined
Tried to get a seat
Truncation abbreviation
Valence of sodium
Whistler, at times
Whitman work
Zaire's Mobutu ___ Seko
___ Animas, Colo.

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