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'Scat!' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 17th, 2019 other clues
'Damn right!'
'The magic word'
'The Simpsons' clown
'Thelma & Louise' studio
Always, to a bard
Animosities
Aspen or Tahoe
Attends without a date
Bay of ___, body separating Spain and France
Baylor's home
Be visibly precarious
Belgian brew, familiarly
Big name in denim
Brexit land
Carnegie ___
Chick of jazz
Counts
County in England or New Jersey
Dict. listing
Disquiet
Dumb ___ (oafs)
E.M.T., at times
Ending with Fannie or Ginnie
Entice
Epic that opens 'Of arms and the man I sing ...'
Feels
Fills to the gills
French 'to be'
Genre for Jay-Z and Master P
Geometric diamonds
Govt. ID
Green prefix
Grosses out
Head over heels
Hindu retreats
Home of the Tisch Sch. of the Arts
Hosp. areas
Judged
Jumping-off points?
Leaders before 41-Across
Line on a weather map
Made jokes
Maniacal leader?
Many a Clint Eastwood role
Matisse's 'La ___'
Meme feline
Mostly bygone airline amenity
Movie franchise that set a record opening weekend gross in 2018 ($640 million)
Native of Florence, e.g
Neighbor of Homer
One interred in Red Square
One taken by the arm
Pep
Performances with no accompaniment
Plea at sea
Printing of a magazine with two different covers, e.g
Prognosticated
Question that might be answered 'Muy bien, y usted?'
Quite wee
Relative of a llama
Sated for now, with 'over'
Shovel's go-with
Slim amphibian
Some Nellies and Noras, formally
Toboggan, e.g
Two tablespoons
Urge
Volcanic rocks
What Alice goes through to find 'Jabberwocky' printed backward
Yugoslav-American tennis great
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