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Yoked team crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of January 4th, 2005 other clues
'Elephant Boy' boy
'Naughty you!'
'Steppenwolf' author
'War and Peace' author
'What's up, ___?'
'You've got mail' co.
A bit stupid
Acting out of a phrase
Actor Herbert of 'Pink Panther' films
All smiles
Amount left after expenses
B'way hit signs
Bad, as a tennis shot
Ball material
Bro. or sis.
Cheese in a ball
Chop ___
Circular in form
Clump of hair
Corrida charger
Crops up
Dense fog
Directed at
Doing battle
Feted with sherry, say
Founder of modern Turkey
Given to blushing
Good buy
Hatchling's home
Helgenberger of 'CSI'
Hoopster's grab
Houlihan portrayer
In a cranky mood
In alignment
Joad family's home state: Abbr.
Way up or down
Wheel shaft
Where the boyz are
Woman associated with seven other answers in this puzzle
___ home (out)
Kid around with
Kodak inventor
Kosher ___
Least crazy
Lee's uniform color
London or Lisbon
Mambo king Puente
Milano Mr.
Mob figure Lansky
Mother-of-pearl source
Not spoken
Observant ones
One way to stand
Part of a Fifth Ave. address
Philosopher William of ___
Poet Pound
Poet W. H. ___
Poetry Muse
Prepared to shoot in a shootout
Quilters' parties
Radio 'good buddy'
Ready to turn in
Say over
Sharp left or right
Sound boosters
Tetley product
Tormented by pollen, say
TV hosts, briefly
W.W. I president

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