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Humorist Bombeck crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of September 11th, 2022 other clues
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With 108-Down, hot stretch of summer
Moment of inspiration
"He's" this, in a 1963 hit for the Chiffons
"I know, I know!"
What this might mean: "
English poet who wrote "The Highwayman"
World Cup org.
Digs in the ice?
Persian ___ (rugmaker's deliberate mistake)
Early American pseudonym
Prop that enabled Houdini to "walk through" a brick wall
Napoleonic ___
Sounds of disapproval
Accept imminent punishment
Republic toppled in 1933
Red block in Minecraft
Sopranos' highlights
Rapper Fiasco
Curse out
Word with open or pigeon
I, personally
Bird associated with bats
Place side by side
Doctrine of East Asia
Six-Day War combatant: Abbr.
Natural fertilizer
Jack of old TV
Neighbor of Jammu and Kashmir
Instrument that makes a "tsst" sound
"Mazel ___!"
Wrestler's goal
Caesar salad ingredient
Clanton at the O.K. Corral
It's over here
Works a wedding, perhaps
Flying ___ (martial arts strike)
Spots for snorkeling
Women's ___
Helpful connections
Friendly conversation ender
Wrap on a rancho
Horse-drawn carriage
"In Praise of Folly" essayist
Norman or English king?
With 93-Across, young river critter
See 91-Across
Tribal circle, perhaps
Scramble some eggs, say
Smile … or shine
Large electromotive unit
Strong cleaners
Branch of dentistry that specializes in root canals
Name hidden backward in "excellent"
Actress Teri
Davis of "Thelma & Louise"
Go to sleep, with "out"
Noted songwriter behind Wynonna Judd's "Tell Me Why" and Linda Ronstadt's "All My Life"
You can't run on this for long
___ Martell, "Game of Thrones" princess
Goods for sale: Abbr.
Taiwan-born filmmaker
George Washington chopping down a cherry tree, and others
Total mess
Sought redress, in a way
Heeded an owner's order
Org. created under F.D.R.
Howler of a movie?
"So let us begin ___ …": J.F.K.
Talk acronym
Model for a grade schooler
Mountain residence
What three dots might mean
Accomplish on behalf of
Home of Kenyon College
Walk, so to speak
Org. created under F.D.R.
Eponym for one of the earth's five oceans
Baby bearer, maybe
Stove toppers
Vice president after Pence
One of Neptune's moons
Second half of an incantation
Helen Reddy's signature hit
Rearward, to a rear admiral
It shares space with #
Like dipsticks
Southwestern art hub
Tom Jones and Anthony Hopkins, by birth
Make bubbly
Suzhou Museum architect
Same old, same old
He set a Guinness World Record in 2014, reporting for 34 consecutive hours
Boob tubes
Northernmost N.B.A. city, on scoreboards
Magic power
Brotherly figures
Job with numerous applications?
Her name is Greek for "all-gifted"
One always having a place to hide
Mounds of activity
The standard
Pro Bowl side, for short
Item with straps
___ Master's Voice
"I'm in trouble!"
Approach gradually
One who gave us all a lift?
Development in cryptography
A few weeks ago, probably
Worker with a comb
Some hangouts for remote workers
It has its ratios, for short
Popular beer brand, casually
Meeting with a dead line?
One side of the coin
Baited online
What all companies try to make
Service charge
Scoring figs.
Lifts up
Literary utopia
Projecting edge
Deck out with spangles
The other side
Longtime sports journalist Jim
See 11-Across
Still competing
Sold out
Tour de France distance units: Abbr.
"___, humbug!"
Added paper to, as a printer

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