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Three-star officer: Abbr. crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of June 16th, 2007 other clues
Computer exec Michael
Defibrillator users, for short
Delaware, the ___ State
Does a job on
Falls at the hands of
First in line
Fisherman's supply
Floral offering
Food brand with a sun in its logo
Further evidence
It contains the auricle
It has ports in Port.
It might ask 'What comes next?'
It might let off some steam
It's near Fort Bliss
J.D.'s of the future
Kind of furniture
Landscaper's aid
Least known
Like some T-shirts and eggs
Marsh denizen
Minute to the max
Money maker
Offer courses for
Passed-down strands
Persians, e.g.
Place to order rolls
Bologna oils
1978 Stephen King novel made into a miniseries
Acted impulsively
Actress Anderson
Administration ctrs.
Architectural projection
Breakfast fare
Breaks off
Brief connection?
Composer Frederick
Printer's amount
Provide money for
Residence of some Indians
Resin source
Returning to an old beat
Roulette play
Sauce thickener
Schubert works
Shakespearean opener
Slight progress, after 'from'
Son of Leah
Store, in a way
The first one gets you going
They may come from the wings
Turgite or limonite
Uniform part, maybe
Want in the worst way
Went for
Where many people may lie
Wicker work
Woman who's just too cool?
Woodcutter's aid
Words from the wise
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