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Response to 'Who wants ice cream?!' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of September 14th, 2010 other clues
'Dig in!'
'Masterpiece ___'
'I've got a mule, her name is ___'
'No, you go, really'
Abbr. after a lawyer's name
Alternative to a Philly cheesesteak
Alternative to a print version: Abbr.
Ambassador's asset
Anthony of the Supreme Court
Arafat's birthplace
Astronomer Halley
Auditorium balcony, e.g.
Bean on the screen
Before, in verse
Big news on the sports page
Bing Crosby, e.g.
But: Lat.
Cheerleader's cheer
Chose from a menu
Christine's lover in 'The Phantom of the Opera'
Cloud ___
Consideration for when to arrive at the airport: Abbr.
Cracker brand
Cup's edge
Driveway surface
Epps of 'House'
Explosive Sicilian?
Features of Sophocles plays
Fragile articles ... or a hint to the things named by the circled letters
Game featuring 108 cards
Garden shop offering
Gets used (to)
Give it a go
What a slow person may need
What makes a pin spin?
Witherspoon of 'Legally Blonde'
Word written on the Saudi flag
You, to a Quaker
___ by chocolate (calorie-heavy dessert)
In consecutive order
It's driven over the ice between periods
It's flashed by an officer
It's read from right to left
It's smelled when something's fishy
Just barely legit
Knowing, as a secret
Less active
Locket, often
Major constellation?
More arid
Musical set in Buenos Aires
Peeve, with 'off'
Place for a ring
Rolls for dinner
Shrek and Fiona, in 'Shrek'
Something an undercover agent might wear
Sound accompanying a cloud of smoke
Source of intelligence: Abbr.
Stats for a QB
Summer cooler
Sunburn soother
Team that has a tankful of rays in the back of its ballpark
That, to Tomás
The 'king' in 'The Last King of Scotland'
Went 'tap tap tap' on a keyboard

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