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State-named avenues in Washington, essentially crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of October 5th, 2005 other clues
'America's Next Top Model' airer
'Butterfield 8' author
'I swear!'
'Scream' director Craven
'___ chance!'
A penny is a small one
Bamboo lovers
Be a servant to
Buttinsky, e.g.
California's ___ Valley
Clinton's attorney general
Cruise ship accommodations
Derby features
Dowdy one
Employed pols
End of the lyric
Fajita filler
Fess (up)
Figure out
Gave up
Go after 13-Down
Golden Fleece transporter
Good and steamed
H, to Homer
Hägar's dog, in the funnies
Hams it up for the camera
Heels alternative
James who wrote 'The Postman Always Rings Twice'
Latin clarifier
Like Lucille Ball
Load from a lode
Lorelei, notably
Lyric, part 2
Made one
Mark of mediocrity
Mauna ___ Observatory
Mideast port
Monopoly token
Neither Rep. nor Dem.
Obits, basically
Passed out
Passing thoughts, for short?
Performed satisfactorily
Pi, for one
Pin holders
Plot part
Race pace
See 29-Across
Shade of blond
Site for brooding
Soccer superstar
Some kind of nut
Sporty Studebaker
Spy novelist Deighton
Stage solo
Start of a quizzical Bob Seger lyric
Student no.
Submit to gravity
Sympathetic sounds
Teamwork spoiler
Too pink, say
Tums' targets
Venomous snake
Watched warily
With 46-Across, song containing the lyric in this puzzle
Wrap brand
Yarn unit
Zig or zag

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