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February 12 2018, The Globe And Mail

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Clue
A Vienna sausage or pol. McKenna
Night flyer
Gotcha!
Balcony in Bora Bora
Grassy plain
A kind of sled or labour leader White
Leavening
Paper constructions
Racially segregated urban area
Oned
Roman household god
Pouch
No Clue
Mild expletive
Tawdry
Mid-eastern national
Emetic
Restrained
Extinct columbiform bird
British moor or Canadian actor Lamberts
Rent
Beam of light or Roughrider Elgaard
Quick tempo (abbr.)
Rabbit's den or Country music star Jamie
Pig out
Chick pea stews
Word before room (abbr.)
Prefix for occupied or historic
Celebrated Irish author or Jazzman Peterson
Annoy
Visas, passports etc.
One's equals
Bothersome insect
John ____ (19th century Canadian explorer)
Scrambled word
Blue Jackets' ace Rick ____
Hawks
Besmirch
About aviation
Siamese citizen
Manila hemp
Iliad author or Canadian artist ____ Watson
No Clue
Made an opening
Implied
Grassland
Grow old
Diminish
One who owes
Duck
Sodium hydride symbol
Valance
Iconic lady golfer Mackenzie
Appealingly shy
Thrills
Japanese ceremonial jacket
Fisher of eels
Smart ____
Boy Scout unit
To repel, or New Brunswick loyalist Chipman
If not
Prefix for centre or gram
Dory device
OAS recipients

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