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5 lettres, Puzzles Crossword Clue


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"We hold ...... truths..."5these
Stevie Wonder's "...... Thre5these
The ones here5these
"...... Foolish Things"5these
"...... Boots Are Made for W5these
This and this5these
"One of ...... days, Alice5these
"...... Eyes," 1969 Guess Wh5these
"...... Foolish Things" (1935these
"...... Dreams," 1986 #1 hit5these
"...... Eyes" (1969 hit)5these
1995 Bon Jovi album "......5these
"...... tedious old fools!":5these
"...... Eyes" (1969 song)5these
Nearby things5these
Sheet5these
Not those5these
Academic documents, mostly items immediately referenced?5these
The things here5these
'...... are the times . . .'5these
'...... are the voyages of the starship Enterprise'5these
"We hold ... truths to be self-evident"5these
not those incomplete theses5these
“... dreams” (no. 1 hit for heart in 1986)5these
article points to the ones over here5these
sheet gives the ones here5these
The ones over here5these
"kids ... days ..."5these
Plural of ‘this'5these
The above-mentioned5these
The ones right here5these
what we have here5these
"... eyes": 1969 guess who hit5these
“... Dreams” (Heart hit)5these
the things over here5these
Possible answer to 'Which ones?'5these
The ones in front of us5these
Plural pronoun5these
The items here5these
The objects here5these
".... are a few of my favorite things..."5these
"... Boots Are Made for Walkin' (1966 hit)"5these
"Stevie Wonder's ... Three Words"5these
"... Foolish Things (1930's hit)"5these
"1995 Bon Jovi album ... Days"5these
"... tedious old fools!: Hamlet"5these
"... Foolish Things (1936 hit)"5these
"...... things happen"5these
"...... aren't the droids you're looking for" ("Star Wars" line)5these
"Who are ...... people?!"5these

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