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Unwelcome guest crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 10th, 2003 other clues
Use a straw
Wanting water
Where shrimp take a dip
Whispers sweet nothings
Wood cutters
Work unit
Writes
Gird (oneself)
Go in up to one's ankles
Graceful bend
Greek vowels
Have words (with)
Humorist Barry
I.R.A. increaser: Abbr.
Jump the gun
Laudatory lines
Leather finish?
Manilow song setting
Marsh plants
Norse saint
On-call gizmos
One often asked for an autograph
One's partner
Outlet option
PC innards: Abbr.
Picnic dish
Poi party
Purposely misinform
Puts out some hot, swinging music
Quick points
Quotation notation
Reebok rival
Sells to the public
Short break?
Singing sounds
Solid, as some furniture
Sweater synthetic
Tap trouble
Them, in 'Them!'
Together
Token takers
Took a look inside
Tough mode of punishment
'Concord' Sonata composer
50/50 chance
'Piece of cake!'
'Okey-doke'
'Careful!'
'___ She Sweet?'
A lap a minute, e.g.
Amusing Amsterdam
Bad losers
Ballet support
Bar mitzvah reading
Blacksmith's file
Bodega patron
Brief holiday?
Capital south of Quito
Cartoonist Peter
Chorus girl
Cold war inits.
Coquettish in the extreme
E-mailed
Elbow
Elegy, e.g.
Epitaph holder ... or Mick Jagger?
Exact heavy vengeance
Fine points
Flip response?
Gasbag
Genealogist's work
Generally ignored astronomical occurrence

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