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7 lettres, Puzzles Crossword Clue

Clue length Answer
Rap sheet items7aliases
Wanted-poster items7aliases
Jones and Smith, maybe7aliases
Things to hide behind7aliases
Pen names7aliases
Con men often use them7aliases
Forwarding e-mail address7aliases
Ayn Rand and Anne Rice, e7aliases
Rap sheet info7aliases
Noms de plume7aliases
Smith and Jones, often7aliases
Rap sheet list7aliases
Assumed names7aliases
Pseudonyms7aliases
Different fake names used by criminals7aliases
Codenames, assumed names7aliases
made-up names7aliases
Assumed names a lassie used7aliases
Handles for crooks7aliases
False names or identities7aliases
False names7aliases
Various names turn sail into sea7aliases
con artist's array7aliases
wanted poster listings7aliases
they're assumed7aliases
Smith and Jones, maybe7aliases
butch cassidy and the sundance kid7aliases
A lassie turned out to have other names7aliases
Forwarding e-mail addresses7aliases
"Ayn Rand and Anne Rice, e.g."7aliases
George Orwell and George Eliot7aliases
George Eliot and George Sand7aliases
Names like Billy the Kid7aliases
Ellery Queen and others7aliases
Names on fake IDs, perhaps7aliases
George Eliot, George Sand, etc.7aliases
False "handles"7aliases
Other names7aliases
Assumed monikers7aliases
Monikers7aliases
False identities commonly assumed by criminals7aliases
stage names include a substitute for lassie7aliases
they're assumed to raise sail in rough sea7aliases
travel through water reflecting assumed identities7aliases
assumed handles affected a lassie7aliases
a lassie travels giving alternative names7aliases
Assumed identities7aliases
False names or assumed identities7aliases
george sand, george eliot and george orwell7aliases
Criminals' fake names7aliases