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Time periods lasting about 29 1/2 days crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of May 10th, 2010 other clues
Lob's path
Man's jewelry item
Molecule component
Music store fixtures
Narrow passageways
Office worker
One showing diners to their tables
One-horse town
Photo ___ (when pictures may be taken)
Place to enter a PIN
Police informant
Praiseful poem
Prefix with dynamic
Presider at a meeting
Second- or third-string player
Skin openings
Some air pollution
Son of Seth
Spider's cocoon, e.g.
Spread, as the legs
Stiller and ___ (comedy duo)
Stock debut, for short
Suffer ignominious defeat, in slang
Suffix with schnozz
Suspect, to a cop
Talk to flirtatiously
Tie-breaking play periods: Abbr.
Use the start of 17- or 50-Across or 11- or 25-Down?
'As old as the hills' and others
'God ___ America'
'Norma ___'
2006 boorish film character from Kazakhstan
Acorn producers
Actress Hagen
Audio censor's sound
Boob tube lover
Broadband connection inits.
Castle-defending ditches
Cyclotron particles
David Letterman's network
Decorative fabric
Director Howard
Dylan or Dole
Explorer Hernando
Feedbag tidbit
Fort Worth sch.
George who was the first president of the A.F.L.-C.I.O.
Gift shop apparel
Had on
Highest non-face card
Indian baby on a back
Items fitting in rowlocks
Kind of stock
Lacking individuality
Leaning tower site
Lewis's partner in an expedition
Wash oneself
What 51-Down connects to, with 'the'
What wheels do on an axis
Where rouge goes
Yahoo! competitor
___ badge
___ v. Wade

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