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Amts. "gained" or "lost" crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of May 31st, 2020 other clues
... and the rest: Abbr.
Small bit
Feng ___
Takes off
Word whose rise in popularity coincided with the spread of the telephone
It's shorter on land than at sea
Bit of change
Traditional Hanukkah gift for kids
Computing machine displayed in part at the Smithsonian
Beachgoer's item
Instrument heard in "Eleanor Rigby"
Bits of regalia
Get hammered
Providers of books to remote locations
Unlawful activity by a minor
Land of the Po (not Poland)
Special ___
Home of the world's smallest country: Abbr.
Alias letters
Demurring words
Member of the genus Helix
Marcel Duchamp, e.g.
Genre for the Spice Girls or Backstreet Boys
Bug experts, informally
Breathtaking sight in the ocean?
This and others
GPS's guesses
Montezuma, for one
Assign new functions to, as keyboard keys
Some natural remedies
Cabinet position once held by Herbert Hoover
Give one's take
Basic knowledge, with "the"
Went after, in a way
___ admin
Classic brand of candy wafers
Magical teen of Archie Comics
Give kudos to
Pop a wheelie?
"I've got that covered"
Paid to play
Work requiring some intelligence?
___ Bahama (clothing label)
DNA carrier
Word after "so" or "go"
Middle of many similes
1%-er in D.C.?: Abbr.
'60s war zone
Not reflective
Untimely time
Great depth
Myth propagated to promote social harmony, in Plato's "Republic"
Faux cough
"Aw, hell!"
Shady outdoor area
Collection of stock
4x100, e.g.
Put down
Opposite of une adversaire
Selfie taker's concern
Liberal arts college in Portland, Ore.
Just makes, with "out"
Recipe amts.
Cavity filler's deg.
Mayonnaise ingredient
Directly opposed
Like a virgin
Good thing to have after work
QB Manning
Number of concern to a teacher
Former New York City mayor with the autobiography "Mayor"
Tow truck's destination
Org. in "Argo"
Jet set
Precisely describe
It's made up of lines
State capital in Lewis and Clark County
2017 hit movie about an Olympic skater
Songbird with dark, iridescent plumage
What A.P. exams grant incoming freshmen
Unit of hope
IHOP beverages
Make, as money
Water safety org.
U.S. broadcasting service
Conductor Georg
Long river of Siberia
Places for hustlers?
"Rent me" sign
What marriage merely is, to some
Cutting tool
Catamounts, by another name
1960s counterculture figure
Play awards
Remote control button
A part of
Plains structure
Order from above
Low-hanging clouds
Atahualpa's subjects
Sports Illustrated named him "Sportsman of the Century" in 1999
Places for strollers
German article
Something a crab might be found in
Coverage in Africa?
Shin guards of old
Disinfectant brand
Held up
Like most haikus
Source of zest
Fighting Tigers' sch.
Evil: Fr.
Pilot's opposite
Heavy winter wear
Margot who played the titular role in 16-Down
Utmost degree
Stage ___
Moves like an elephant
Bustles (with)
Howled like a wolf
Museum sections, perhaps
Criticize in no uncertain terms
JFK alternative

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