|24 across, something to catch, to catch, you heard, given success, caught||7||cabbage|
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- 24 across, something to catch, to catch, you heard, given success, caught
- Success after success after success
- "I heard you! I heard you
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- What 17-Across, 31-Across and 41-Across all wag when happy
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- Duet with the lyrics I saved her life she nearly drowned / He showed off splashing around sung by 15-Across and 40-Across in 43-Across (2 wds.)
- Basketball Hall of Famer who won 10 NCAA championships as head coach and coached both 17-Across and 28-Across at 46-Across (2 wds.)
- "Were you ... to catch the train?" ("Did you manage to catch the train?")
- Be given to understand initial trouble and lack of success could be the death of you
- Heard to start discussing something with a catch
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- From what's been heard you won't forget this is caught from yacht at sea
- take back ringleader, you heard, caught by english policeman
- By the sounds of it, you might have heard this from 25 across or in Mozart's Prague?
- Catholic caught in lie about brilliant success
- Works caught on — sure success one concludes
- Scam caught by a pair of writers? In the past I would have given you that!
- Shape of You singer/songwriter who co-wrote and sings 36-Across with 28-Across (2 wds.)
- Swedish novelist who wrote My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry 19-Across and 42-Across (2 wds.)
- 21 across picture a success, is it not? Not so good outside
- there's a catch to his success
- “If th'assassination / Could .... up the consequence, and catch / With his surcease success” (Macbeth)
- You might catch one at sea, or catch one at the piano
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