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'Take this ...' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of October 5th, 2018 other clues
Get a lode of these!
Seemingly spontaneous gathering
Military leader known for being chicken?
More than just won
Series finale
'See!'
Newsroom concern
Heels
Some camping gear
Held in contempt
Actress Jessica
Not quite keep up
Start of a subj. line
Honey bunch?
Of the flock
Anklebones
State bird whose name sounds like its call
Intelligible
One who's got game ... but shouldn't
Supplied
It may precede second thoughts
Brewski
Pecorino Romano source
Time, proverbially
Bring to the boiling point
It's where it's at
Perfumery measure
Travel (about)
Bucks, e.g
Jazzy style
Place for a shrine
U.S.'s first so-called 'Public Enemy No. 1'
Seed case
Captures
Kind of trap
Props for a Broadway play?
V.I.P. section?
Cargo area
King maker
Protector of the heart
Verizon acquisition of 2015
Court equipment
'Fore!,' for one
Krugerrand, e.g
Purple-blue shade or the flower it's named after
Vulcan telepathy technique
Craftiness
LAX to ORD or JFK: Abbr
Ratified
Waiting to come out
Crux of 'The Crucible'
Like a code anyone can use
Roger ___, fifth chief justice of the Supreme Court
Will go ahead as planned
Dance move of the 2010s
Like a kid in a candy store, e.g
Salinger title teen
You might use it in dressing
Dark suit
Looney Tunes's Speedy Gonzales, e.g
Salon supply
Young 'un
Eastern rival
Lose it, with 'out'
Exclamation appropriate for 1-Across
'Family Ties' mother
Medieval weapon
Sap
Fiddled (with)

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