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Premier Sunday crossword of April 26th, 2015 other clues
Runs in
Swiss skyline sight
Open a tad
Pork in a pastry case, perhaps
Copa's city
McEntire of Nashville
Sorvino of "WiseGirls"
Rod used by a bartender
Meted out
Apple line
Itchy skin problem
Ski resort near L.A.
Set fire to
Suffix with Mideast
Horror-film lab assistant
Runner-turned-lord Sebastian
Swab brand
Hack off
Treasury secretary Jack
Pops' moms
Give credit where credit —
Growl like a mad dog
Unlucky day for Caesar
"Mass — Minor" (Bach work)
Opera piece
Did very little
Growl like a mad dog
Puccini title role
San José, Costa —
Show people to seats, informally
Approach boldly
Sing softly
Straighten, as a twisted hose
Prevent, in court
— Solo (sci-fi role)
Simian "King"
Oslo loc.
— guilt trip on
— -cone (cold treat)
Heelless shoes
12-step support group
Detox center
Skier's hut
C times III
Modest response to praise
Skier's locale
"Whatever — Wants"
Cymbal pair in a drum kit
Cruel Roman emperor
Broncos great John
Tell- — (exposés)
Vodka brand, briefly
That, to Juanita
"A Death in the Family" novelist James
Hunts for
East — (country of Asia)
LP letters
"Dear" man
Girasol, e.g.
Lyricist Gershwin
"The Lion King" lioness
Female hare
Metal bars
More hammy
Actor Elba
Like both-sex colleges
Early Greeks
Writer Brontë
Sultry singer Horne
Actor Wallach
Not including
Castle trench
Notes before mis
Placed a burden on
Lager brand
Go to sleep
"The Office" actor
To be, to Brigitte
Often-iced injury
Rail holder
Message from a pulpit
Meccan, e.g.
Spring bloom
Hoi —
767, e.g.
'60s prez
Pizza cut edges, e.g.
Exiled Idi
Much like
Many Handel works
Fall right onto one's mug
Port on the Black Sea
Vocational college
Driver's rte. displayer
Propane, e.g.
Pielike cheese-and-bacon dish
Prefix with conference
Light meal
Scrip writers
Racial equality org.
1920s-'30s art style
An EEG records it
Bluish gray
"Explorer" of kiddie TV
Hog's sound
Rough in texture
Old Cambodian leader Lon —
Zenith rival
Bathroom stall outlet
California wine area
Do as bid
Cruet cousin
A-bomb trial
Fashion mag since 1945
Like Mozart music
Golfer's ace
Dander and dust, often
Dial up
"— shame"
ISP choice
Bar fixture?
Pencil topper
Actress Hemingway
Grosse —, Michigan
Bollixed (up)
Chapel song
Like acrobats
Extolling poems
Louver strip
Osiris' wife
Light coin
Prefix with 81-Down
California's Santa — River
"... good witch — bad witch?"

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