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Cluing Practice 9

By Tarot And Rye · Published 19 days ago

Constructor's Note: Comment on what you think the seed entry or entries may have been!
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  • Mike D 3:10 · 19 days ago
    Nice one - I liked the ANISE
    1DFlavorant for absinthe (or a variant on a name with the same root ast 4D)
    /YNES
    4DA cute name meaning chaste or holy (with Romance language origins, ultimately from Greek)
    connection!
    • DRitters 4:05 · 19 days ago
      Another quality piece of work!
      • Tarot And Rye constructor · 19 days ago
        😊
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      Across
      1. 1A
        Like Billy Ray's heart
      2. 5A
        "Before day break there were none / And as it broke there was one / The moon, the sun, it goes ___" (Justice track)
      3. 6A
        Pianist Guaraldi
      4. 7A
        "You didn't hear it from me but that EtTuEtui Among Us player ___"
      5. 8A
        Cologne cooler
      Down
      1. 1D
        Flavorant for absinthe (or a variant on a name with the same root ast 4D
        A cute name meaning chaste or holy (with Romance language origins, ultimately from Greek)[----]
        )
      2. 2D
        "I'm at the combination ___ - ya know, the former sports network started by Time Warner?"
      3. 3D
        First word of a phrase with possible origins in the Liturgy of the Eucharist
      4. 4D
        A cute name meaning chaste or holy (with Romance language origins, ultimately from Greek)
      5. 5D
        Egg-headed prefix
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