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'What next?' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of July 24th, 2009 other clues
Medieval conquerors
Move quickly
Musical direction that means 'lyrical' in Italian
Nullifies, as an oath?
One addressed as 'lord'
Parliamentary faction
People in a line
Pulitzer-winning historian Frederick Jackson ___
Raison ___
Reaganomics recommendation
Rent to another
Ring contents, maybe
See 27-Across
Snooping aid
Spike's former name
Team whose home arena is the Palace of Auburn Hills
Toy from China
With 5-Down, snooping aid
Words from one who won't settle
You might grind it out
'Gotta run!'
'Young ___ Boone' (short-lived 1970s TV series)
'___ by Sinatra' (1982 collaborative jazz album)
1/6 of an inch
A soldier's gear, for example
Activities at punk rock concerts
Actor who debuted in 'Kung Fu: The Movie'
Ad ___ (at the place: Abbr.)
Bibliog. equivalent of 'ditto'
Bit of assistance
Bloomer after whom bloomers are named
Bone involved in pronation
Calamitous decline
Company with a tree in its logo
Convertible carriage
Diagonally set spar
Discussed at length
End ___
Fast hits
Find fault with
Fish that can move equally well forward and backward
Fluid dynamics phenomena
Folk singer Tom with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award
Foolish, in British slang
French painter Courbet
Fruit salad ingredient
Good name for a trial lawyer
High bark
Ingredient in Delftware glazing
It doesn't exist
It gets you up and around
It might contain a filling
It's assumed
Local or regional Boy Scout gathering
Made a comeback
Max of video game fame

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