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Ant attractor crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of October 24th, 2006 other clues
Banned insecticide
'Come again?'
'… ___ quit!'
Army one-striper: Abbr.
Barnstormer, e.g.
Battery fluid
Bedtime appeal
Belgrade native
Bit of dust
Blubberer's binge
Cannon of Hollywood
Cheese in a ball
Cheese in salads
Clara Barton, for one
Close call
Composer Bartok
Cowherd's tool
Crusty bakery buys
Dairy case buy
Desktop container
Ends of 20- and 57-Across and 11- and 34-Down
Exhaust tube
Fast-food dispenser items
Feed holder
Flooring measure
Gen. Bradley
Get in touch with
Good to go
Hardly tanned
Hatchling's home
Heroic deed
Hinged fastener
In a bit, to bards
In person
It may be filed
It sits in a saucer
It's a long story
Letters before ://www
Like some pizza orders
Wine bottle datum
Low-key 'Hey!'
Mandrake's forte
Mannerly sort
Media attraction
Meter maid of song
Mustard choice
New driver, typically
Nickname on 'M*A*S*H'
Norm: Abbr.
Ocular woe
Oil company that merged with BP
On the peak of
Place to rehearse
Pong maker
Prelude to a duel
Premier Khrushchev
Proofer's mark
Runs out of steam
Serves at a restaurant
Sites for studs
Skylit lobbies
Small battery size
Software flaw
Spam, e.g.
Steakhouse selection
Subject of a cigarette rating
Sushi go-with
Sweet on, with 'of'
Take step one
The O'Hara estate
Think ahead
Think tank nugget
Trash receptacle
Unit of work
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