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SORREL Oops, ___.â€‌ nyt 1952 SORRY Word of polite regret. nyt 1952 SORRY Word of regret. nyt 1952 SORT Character. nyt 1952 SORT Classify. nyt 1952 SORT Grade. nyt 1952 SORT Species. nyt 1952 SORT V
LEROY ___ Misأ©rables.â€‌ nyt 1952 LES Bandleader Brown. nyt 1952 LES Man's nickname. nyt 1952 LESE Injured, as in ___ majeste. nyt 1952 LESE Injured: Fr. nyt 1952 LESE ___ Majestأ©. nyt 1952 LESE
STAN ___ the Man.â€‌ nyt 1952 STAN Actor Kenton. nyt 1952 STAN Comedian Laurel. nyt 1952 STAN Hollywood's Mr. Kramer. nyt 1952 STAN Man's nickname. nyt 1952 STAN Musial of the Cardinals. nyt 1952
DRIVESON Dieu et mon ___,â€‌ motto of British royalty. nyt 1952 DROLE Comique. nyt 1952 DROLLER More amusing. nyt 1952 DROLLS Wags. nyt 1952 DROLLY Comically. nyt 1952 DRONE Bee. nyt 1952 DRONE Do-not
SORRY Old Soak.â€‌ nyt 1952 SOT Bibulous one. nyt 1952 SOT Bottle opener. nyt 1952 SOT Obstinate: Dial. nyt 1952 SOT Obstinate: Dial. nyt 1952 SOT Stubborn: Dial. nyt 1952 SOT Stubborn: Dial. nyt 1
HAVANA To ___ and to hold.â€‌ nyt 1952 HAVEN Shelter. nyt 1952 HAVENS Shelters. nyt 1952 HAVER Phyllis of the stage. nyt 1952 HAVES Those who are in the chips. nyt 1952 HAVOC Devastation. nyt 1952 H
AINT ___ She Sweet?â€‌ nyt 1952 AINTREE English steeplechase track. nyt 1952 AINU Aborigine of Japan. nyt 1952 AINU Racial ancestor of the Japanese. nyt 1952 AIR Finletter's bailiwick. nyt 1952 AI
GAIL ___ the Troubadour touch'd his guitar.â€‌ nyt 1952 GAINSAY Contradict. nyt 1952 GAIT Amble or canter. nyt 1952 GAIT Singlefoot or canter. nyt 1952 GAITS Single-foot, canter, etc. nyt 1952 GAI
BORI ___ Yesterday.â€‌ nyt 1952 BORN Translation of 39 Across. nyt 1952 BORN ___ to the purple. nyt 1952 BORNE Carried. nyt 1952 BORNE Endured. nyt 1952 BORODINO Where Napoleon defeated the Russia
SODAPOP Black-and-whites.â€‌ nyt 1952 SODAS Rivals of sundaes. nyt 1952 SODAS Snacks for teen-agers. nyt 1952 SODAS Sundaes and ___. nyt 1952 SODDENED Became saturated. nyt 1952 SODS Clumps of earth.
LOCKE Carolina Comet.â€‌ nyt 1952 LOCKOUT The opposite of a strike. nyt 1952 LOCO Crazy: Spanish. nyt 1952 LOCULI Small places. nyt 1952 LOCUM ___ tenens, a substitute. nyt 1952 LOCUST Replacement
FEAR Fight Against ___.â€‌ nyt 1952 FEARS Worrier's forte. nyt 1952 FEAT Accomplishment. nyt 1952 FEAT Act of remarkable skill. nyt 1952 FEAT The Atlantic roundtrip flight, for instance. nyt 1952
CAPOTE Founderâ€‌ of Dogpatch. nyt 1952 CAPP Comic man. nyt 1952 CAPP Comic strip expert. nyt 1952 CAPP Popular cartoonist. nyt 1952 CAPPER Former Senator from Kansas. nyt 1952 CAPRA Frank ___, well
TOL I ___ every little star . . . â€‌ nyt 1952 TOLD Had effect. nyt 1952 TOLEDAN DiSalle is one. nyt 1952 TOLEDAN Mr. DiSalle. nyt 1952 TOLEDAN Resident of Ohio. nyt 1952 TOLEDO City famous for i
CREWS Le dernier ___.â€‌ nyt 1952 CRI Le dernier ___. nyt 1952 CRIB Bin for grain. nyt 1952 CRIB Farmer's storage place. nyt 1952 CRIB Where to keep corn. nyt 1952 CRIC Condensing ring of a lamp. n
SHAMO Private eye.â€‌ nyt 1952 SHANTIES Opposite of palaces. nyt 1952 SHAPE Its headquarters are at Rocquencourt. nyt 1952 SHAPE One-time Ike post. nyt 1952 SHAPE Ridgway's new command. nyt 1952 SH
TRAILS The Chief,â€‌ for instance. nyt 1952 TRAIN Creator of Mr. Tutt. nyt 1952 TRAIN Ephraim Tutt's creator. nyt 1952 TRAIN Freedom ___. nyt 1952 TRAINED Disciplined. nyt 1952 TRAINER Machine for t
PAUL The Second Mrs. Tanqueray.â€‌ nyt 1952 PAULS Muni and Lukas. nyt 1952 PAUNCHY Potbellied. nyt 1952 PAUPER A man on his uppers. nyt 1952 PAUSE An interval of silence. nyt 1952 PAVE Cover with
TAVE There is a ___ in the town.â€‌ nyt 1952 TAVERN Alehouse. nyt 1952 TAVERN Fraunces' historic place in N. Y. C. nyt 1952 TAW Fancy playing marble. nyt 1952 TAX Burdensome charge. nyt 1952 TAXES
FORESHOW This is the ___ primeval.â€‌ nyt 1952 FORESTALL Anticipate. nyt 1952 FORESTER He created Horatio. nyt 1952 FORESTERS The F in I. O. F. nyt 1952 FORETASTE Sample of things to come. nyt 1952 FO
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