Abbr. above "0" crossword clue

Posted on June 19, 2019 at 12:00 AM

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Blog feed format, for short
Heart-to-heart, maybe
Where some R.N.s work
Modern music hybrid
Diner option
*Plays around (4 & 6)
Very, very
"Lohengrin" soprano
Siri runs on it
Start appealing to more
*Language in which "hello" is "privet" (4 & 3)
*Opening a beer bottle with a ring, e.g. (4 & 4)
27-Across, e.g.
Sin-ful teaching?
In medias ___
Jazz singer Anita
Presidential threat
Ride that you "catch"
*Bounce (4 & 4)
Barrett of the original Pink Floyd
Abbr. above "0"
Western wolf
Wall Street average, with "the"
Summertime cooler
What Romeo and Juliet plan to do
Jesus, in a metaphor
*Omaha Beach locale (4 & 4)
*1988 Winter Olympics host (3 & 4)
Give a break from the game
Load of cash
Fort ___, Ontario
Store of riches
Bachelors no more ... or, literally, the answers to the six starred clues
Ed of "Up"
They might include an R.S.V.P. interface
What's frequently found in poetry?
Rules, for short
Be out of one's league, in a way
Org. whose workers get hands-on experience?
Less green, perhaps
Disheveled sort
Credit ___ (financial giant)
Setting for much of the "Odyssey"
Amor vincit ___ (love conquers all)
Genetic sequences
Bauxite and others
Crew's control?
D.J.'s library
Invention celebrated by NBC's peacock logo
Starts without a key, say
Horrible event
Singer/songwriter Bacharach
Kind of beam
Aged, in England
Way of old Rome
Dark blue?
Wife of Esau
"Whew, that was something!"
Like three of the letters of "aisle"
Machine for counting loose change
Class for college-bound kids, maybe
Aid for getting drunk fast
Cost that weighs heavily
Takes off
Carried on, as war
Card game akin to whist
Animal in the squirrel family
Underwear option
Violin virtuoso Leopold
"Till we meet again"
Gossipy sort
___ large
T-shirt size: Abbr.
Director DuVernay
"I know what you're thinking" feeling


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