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Whiskey option crossword clue


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LA Times crossword of September 29th, 2017 other clues
Gets bent out of shape
Words on a reward poster
Balm-maker's plants
Hole-making tool
"That stinks!"
At least one
Start of a rhyming Basque game
Pre-Aztec Mexican
Unexpected twist
Reason to use an inhaler
They usually leave the park
Item before a door
"... there's __!": Hamlet
Unlikely to ride a 16-Across well
Perry's creator
Dior designs
Immature dragonfly
Sack out
Key contraction
Bargain bin abbr.
Stereotypically stylish
Roman bike?
"48 __"
Roman graveyard shift hour?
Roman's long golf hole?
Exotic pet
67.5 deg.
Roman's advice to prevent an explosion?
The record longest continuous ride on one is 105.57 miles
Leaves port
Intimidating words
Roman "high" request?
Roman musical family?
A hothead has a short one
Roman Scrabble Q-tile, e.g.?
"Les __"
Hunted Carroll critter
Noodle topper?
Facial feature named after an animal
'80s jeans
Whiskey order
Anatomical orb
Muscovite's denial
Secret hot date
"Willkommen" musical
Roman bowler's target?
Stubborn equine
R&B's __ Hill
"... beneath __ blue sky": Don Henley lyric
Bagpiper's hat
Simple question type
Have faith in
SOP part: Abbr.
Assistant who didn't exist in Mary Shelley's novel
Bete __
Invite on a date
Cry buckets
Apollo lander, briefly
"... truth is always strange; / Stranger than fiction" poet
Roman jet?
Roman variety store? (and a hint to 10 other puzzle answers)
NutraSweet competitor
Soup aisle array
Bad picnic omen
Dull finish
Roman Shakespearean drama?
Fed. bill
Casual greeting
Multi-armed ocean critter
A.L. East team

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