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Premier Sunday crossword of February 9th, 2014 other clues
Heavy weight
One-celled creature
Pre-takeoff guesses, for short
106, to Cato
Impish kid
Lie about
Zodiac beast
Blore or Idle
Sheep that's a she
Was in front
Islamic VIP
Divine cure deliverer
Coastal resort areas
Role filler
Layers of matted earth
Disabling wheel clamp
The Rolling Stones' "You Can Make — You Try"
Takes in
Stew tidbit
Tire brand
Scottish denials
Org. with fraternal lodges
Like lettuce and spinach
Soulful Baker
"— all true!"
Stops lying
Swimmer Williams
In the style of: Suffix
Adobe Acrobat, e.g.
Composer Camille Saint- —
Press into small folds
Playfully shy
Ending for Denver
Bare crag
LGA landing
"Alice" spin-off
Enzyme name ender
Gets entry to
Worked hard for
The "veni" of "veni, vidi, vici"
Slope at the base of a mountain
Start of a riddle
Funny actress Barr
By way of
Big vase
Western U.S. gas brand
Police attack
Riddle, part 2
Geller of the paranormal
Naval acad. grad's rank
Gender-altering suffix
Punk music subgenre
A hiker may commune with it
Fawn bearer
Learning ctr.
Colorful duck
Mix with alternate layers of fat
Mimicking mockingly
Gender-altering suffix
Priests, bishops, etc.
Riddle, part 3
Polar worker
Riddle, part 4
"Bali —" ("South Pacific" tune)
Ball holder
Sword or rifle
— Rock (Australian landmark)
Steady pay
Art of public speaking
Pressing appliance
Falco of "Nurse Jackie"
— Canals (Superior-Huron linkup)
German's "love"
Time gone by
Prefix with lingual
Appeals for
Church area
Riddle's answer
Riddle, part 5
Competing directly
German's "I"
Ring shape
City near San Diego
Lines to Penn Sta.
Those going off course
Placed paper in incorrectly, as a printer
Binge at a mall, say
Slangy denial
Hawk variety
TV title alien
With 58-Down, Enya's music genre
"— only known!"
Hot tub user's sigh
ROY G. —
Worked hard
OR staffers
— the cows come home
End of the riddle
Crisis signal
Israeli diplomat Abba
Old Tokyo
Oldsmobile Cutlass —
Longtime pop brand
The Huskies of the NCAA
Princes, e.g.
Light touch
Present opener?
Mark in "Für Elise"
Springy stick
View closely
Tech's client
Frizzy dos
"You — both know ..."
Pigeon noise
Body of bees
NYSE listings
Santiago site
Summer, in Saint-Lô
Even, in golf
Opponents of "us"
Arid stretch in Egypt
Noel singer
Weather-affecting currents
Water: Prefix
Large hammers
Sport- — (rugged ride)
See 1-Down
Split along the grain
Caustic alkali
Hunger for
Cpl. or SFC
Novelist Seton

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