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Classic Crossword by Merl Reagle crossword of March 24th, 2019 other clues
Choice: abbr.
Have, as a fever
In the past
Intrigue-ing film line
Precious bodily fluids
Prefix meaning "three times"
Famous first baseman?
Family workout place, familiarly
Summer drink
Star Wars princess
Clinch, as a job
Beatles tune, "___ Love You"
Like Hitchcock's curtain?
High trains
Nobel-winning Morrison
Letters on Cards' caps
Word from Annie's Sandy
Fashion monogram
Cal or Genen add-on
Intrigue-ing film line
Rock or Pine
Be opposed (to)
Superman portrayer
TV newswoman Curry
Boss, often
City of 90 Acr.
Stinky Pepe of cartoons
___ hunch
"Relax, it's only ___"
Before, once
Turtles hit, "You Know What ___"
Night avian
Bond film, ___ to a Kill
Tortoise-tale teller
Bird's beak
Intrigue-ing film line
Jacques, for one
Glass globe flakes
Moray monger
Toward the tail
Abraham's wife, in Genesis
Take to court
1939 Bolger costar
Palindromic Dutch city
Gallo's gallons
Iron in the raw
Gaucho gold
Where many renewals occur: abbr.
Medicinal juice
It breaks your heart
Intrigue-ing film line
It breaks your dirt
Foot extension?
Mame portrayer, to friends
Enormous span
Of whom "I sing"
Actor Rusty of Make Room for Daddy
Ball in socket?
A bloomin' Lillie
Says is true
Business mag.
Opposite of "undo"
Winning number
Back of the neck
Development stage
Stat preceder
Hitler humbler of 1936
Party quaff
Female Charles
On one's own
Role Clint Eastwood played on Rawhide, Rowdy ___
Beehive State player
"What ___ God wrought"
Jay Presson Allen play
Intrigue-ing film line
Grammar concern
Between actions
Salamander terrestrial stage
___ Vegas
Arkin's co-star in The In-Laws
Holm of The Hobbit
Other than this
Don't abandon
Maximum voltage or current
Rico in a bottle
Lavender flower
"This ___ time for jokes!"
Bob the Builder's beltful
Long fish savored by alligators
With this condition
Compass pt.
Intrigue-ing film line
Max portrayer
Let your utensils do the wokking
Adhere (to)
Intrigue-ing film line
Dig in
1957 Taylor-Clift epic, ___ County
Chinese concept
Dove sound
Major hurry
Crooked business
Having equal tension
Teachers' grp.
All together
Across and Down indicators: abbr.
Bested at basketball
Make (things) out
Canopied seat atop an elephant
Fla. reptile
First of the second-floor apts., perhaps
___-Manuel Miranda
Treat as a celebrity
High post in the circus?
Protein synthesizer
Bearded quadruped
Fashionable Karan
Latte parlor
Wk. day
Adornment for McGarrett
Intrigue-ing film line
Word after jaw or raw
"___ are wise; the rest are mad" (Euripides)
Not relative?
Poop out
Stimpy's friend
Tell weapons
Mgr. ejector
I Lost It at the Movies author Pauline
Arab nation
That woman
Scoreless hockey game
Court document
Not neg.
Savalas's real first name, for short

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