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Thresholds crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of September 9th, 2006 other clues
#24 who played in 24 All-Star Games
'The Garden of ___' (Wilde poem)
'You'd better believe it!'
Absorbent component of some cat litter
Acquired with little or no effort
Author Canin
Base figure
Blockbuster
Blowhard
Camp sight
County name in 17 states
Crank
Derisive
Dig
Dirt
Displaying short-temperedness
Extra boots
Fairy tale villain
Fan sound
Goes after
Great time
Hamlet's cousin
Hanging open
Having digital display?
Head of lettuce?
Heart
His 'J.B.' won the 1959 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
Imperil
Inside job
It can turn over a lot
Knesset, literally
Knock
Listening post?
Makings of a hero, maybe
Mocha setting
Mr. Miller in 'Ah, Wilderness!'
Mrs. Miller in 'Ah, Wilderness!'
Neighbor of Draco
Noisy celebration
Noodlehead
Odets hero Joe
Places for toupees
Pops
Ratify
Relieve
Remains to be seen?
Romance fiction award
Rotten
Self-guided 'tour'
Smooth and white
Some E.R. cases
Some nods
Some writers write this way
Split
Sticking point?
Stock figure
The Pleiades, e.g.
They may shock you
Thompson who played Fat Albert
Thorny subject
Unhand
Victorian
Warms up
Well-groomed
What there may be room for, barely
Workout target, for short
Yuletide, e.g.

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