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"That is to say ..."

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""That is to say ..."" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
NewsDay.com August 6 2018 IMEANT
NewsDay.com July 10 2018 IMEAN
Independent.co.uk - Concise June 13 2018 NAMELY
NewsDay.com March 19 2018 IMEAN
Independent.co.uk - Concise February 13 2018 NAMELY
Evening Standard - Easy October 18 2017 NAMELY
LA Times August 29 2017 IMEANT
New York Times May 25 2017 IDEST
Mirror - Classic May 11 2017 NAMELY
LA Times May 3 2017 IMEAN
Independent.co.uk - Concise April 11 2017 TOWIT
Premier Sunday December 17 2016 IMEAN

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Premier Sunday Clues December 17, 2016

Santa — (desert winds)
Heroic tales
"iZombie" network
Marathoner's statistic
Horror, e.g.
Prefix with gram or liter
Strong — ox
Start of a riddle
"That is to say ..."
Piper's garb
AWOL part
Pat lightly
Short literary sketch
Riddle, part 2
Poet's "always"
German's "one"
Suffix with sucr- or lact-
Riddle, part 3
Starting point
Ike's inits.
Cell stuff
Government loan agcy.
Runway user
Clumsy sort
Dollar pts.
He beat Romney
Riddle, part 4
"Look, I did it!"
Ostrich kin
Bohea, e.g.
That, in Chile
Oil gp.
Riddle, part 5
'90s-'00s boy band
Thrice-spun-off TV show
Wimbledon unit
Swimming (in)
Sue Grafton's "— for Evidence"
Mind-reading ability
Lilted syllable
"Hägar the Horrible" creator Dik
Riddle, part 6
Pitching whiz
Ballpark fig.
Prefix meaning "equal"
Syllable after "Mao"
End of the riddle
Merit the best score, maybe
Half of hexa-
See 45-Down
Lacking width and depth, for short
Els of golf
Riddle's answer
Baseball team count
Actress Tierney
Plants used in first aid
Borscht vegetable
Anti-DUI org.
More sneaky
Flirty laugh
Like free banking
Rock's Perry
"I" problem
Chapel seat
Hotel's kin
Set of beliefs
Roomy car
"No need to share all that," in texts
That bloke
School pupil, in France
Actresses Bloom and Danes
Fancy shoes
George of "Star Trek"
"... true statement, correct?"
Dog or cat breed
Went inside
Ida. borderer
British TV network, with "the"
Tiny self-propelled machine
Clicked-on graphic
Bart Simpson, to Marge
With a sharp image, briefly
— -do-well
Long ditch
Marge Simpson, to Bart
— -Magnon
Prefix with day or week
With 120-Across, 65 and older, e.g.
Sledding site
Work like —
Cherished by
Ramble on
Verboten act
Feudal lands
Cubs hero Sammy
Galaxy buy
Pal of Larry and Curly
Jets' gp.
Conifer with toxic seeds
Apple choice
Sipped on
Sex cell
Down vote
Earthy color
Muscles below pecs
Handyman's initialism
Nixon's veep
Actress Annabella
Not make the event in time, say
Other, in Chile
Delhi wear
Concave pan
NBC skit show since '75
Kin of "Psst!"
Secondary details
Voting 69-Down
Cordon — (chicken dish)
Particles composed of quarks
South Pacific region
Soho locale
Ring around a castle
Pa. hours
Listless feeling
Yummy morsel
Edge shyly
Abbr. at LAX
1990s fitness fad
"— a drink!"
Looked at provocatively
Swift homes
Acoustic organ
"So fancy!"
Peace gesture
Nationality suffix

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