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Snakes - Pit dwellers

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  • Snakes - Letter on S
  • 1 - st. word S
  • 2 - st. word N
  • 3 - st. word A
  • 4 - st. word K
  • 5 - st. word E
  • 6 - st. word S

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Snakes - Plumber's tools Snakes - Pit dwellers Snakes - Caduceus creatures Snakes - Plumbers' helpers Snakes - Hair of medusa Snakes - Weaves in/out Snakes - Racers and rattlers Snakes - Slithering hissers Snakes - Winds Snakes - They have sliding scales Snakes - Creatures forming the hair of medusa Snakes - Serpents Snakes - Twists and turns Snakes - Plumbers' drain openers Snakes - Some of them rattle Snakes - What indiana jones feared Snakes - Moccasins and racers Snakes - Charmer's basketful Snakes - First word of an indiana jones complaint Snakes - Medusa's hair Snakes - Vipers, e.g Snakes - Sank some extra stout initially - enough to make them footless Snakes - No feet in their system Snakes - Come at the end of ladders and go with ladders on board Snakes - Reptiles, some venomous Snakes - Constrictors, vipers Snakes - Scaly reptiles Snakes - Limbless reptiles Snakes - Cobras, adders etc Snakes - Adders, cobras, rattlers etc Snakes - Rattlers, asps, cobras etc Snakes - Reptiles, some are venomous Snakes - Kraits and boas Snakes - '___ on a plane' Snakes - "___ on a plane" Snakes - They may bite; short solution comes up - get a bird Snakes - Critters that indiana jones hated Snakes - Treacherous types Snakes - With 58-across, what the end of 5-, 25- or 32-down does Snakes - '-- on a plane' Snakes - Eg, cottonmouths, boas Snakes - Legless reptiles Snakes - Asps Snakes - Winds; adders Snakes - Weasels, pigs, dogs, swine, skunks or serpents? Snakes - Weaves traps, exchanging one king for another Snakes - Herpetologist's study Snakes - Doesn't go straight Snakes - Ladders' counterparts Snakes - Vipers Snakes - Adders, e.g Snakes - Black crowes "three ___ and one charm" Snakes - Indy jones phobia Snakes - Indiana jones phobia Snakes - Asps and adders Snakes - Asps? Snakes - Reptiles coming from opposite directions -- fishes losing head