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Crossword Answers: Oft-abbreviated-Latin-phrase
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IDESTOft-abbreviated Latin phrase
ETALAbbreviated Latin phrase
SEALEDWITHAKISSOft-abbreviated love-letter phrase
ELOOft-abbreviated band
APOSTERIORILatin phrase meaning with hindsight
EXPOSTFACTOHindsight (latin phrase)
NOTABENELatin phrase meaning take notice (4,4)
ETALIALatin phrase usually shortened
FIRMALatin phrase for solid ground, terra ...
ETCAbbr. of a Latin phrase
INRELatin phrase on a memo
ETALIILatin phrase at the end of a list
IPSOPart of a Latin phrase in trips overseas
INPEACEThe gravestone inscription RIP stands for the Latin phrase, requiescat in pace, or as it's more comm
EXOFFICIOBy virtue of one's official position, Latin phrase (2,7)
OPERE___ citato (Latin phrase that's often abbreviated in footnotes)
SANCTIHoly, in Latin phrases
ORBIThe world, in Latin phrases
LAVAbbreviated john?
LOCALBoozer about to enter abbreviated text (5)
BRIEFESTMost abbreviated
ANNODOMINIDating term usually abbreviated
XMASThe Greek letter Chi is used as a symbol in this abbreviated name of the Christian festive season
VEDAIn Virginia an abbreviated edition of the Hindu Scriptures (4)
ESQAbbreviated term of respect for a gentleman written after a name (3.)
BARBQCommon abbreviated spelling for a roasting framework (3-1-1)
ROGETPeter Mark ___, English physician and lexicographer whose Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases was
MUSICALSCALEParts of it appear at both the starts and ends of this puzzle's eight theme phrases
LISPINGDaffy Duck and Sylvester the Cat suffered from this speech problem, evidenced in their catch phrases
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