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Color - Cardinal, e.g

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  • Color - Letter on C
  • 1 - st. word C
  • 2 - st. word O
  • 3 - st. word L
  • 4 - st. word O
  • 5 - st. word R

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Color - Do a salon job Color - Tint Color - Flush Color - Cardinal, e.g Color - Decorator's decision Color - Almond or walnut Color - Local ___ Color - What some commentators do Color - It may be part of a scheme Color - Plum, lemon or peach Color - It may be local Color - Modern newspaper feature Color - Peach or plum Color - Hue Color - Influence Color - Misrepresent Color - Amber or umber Color - Like practically all tv's, now Color - Sportscaster's anecdotes Color - Gold or silver Color - Almond or peach, e.g Color - Car registration datum Color - Personality Color - Laser printer option Color - Usa today feature Color - Spectrum component Color - Fuchsia, e.g Color - "the ___ purple" Color - Some commentary Color - Some sports commentary Color - Tv innovation of 1954 Color - Blue, e.g Color - Red, white or blue Color - Crayon choice Color - Crayola choice Color - Tangerine or peach Color - Green, for instance Color - Use crayons Color - Palette choice Color - Pigment Color - Rca tv innovation Color - Paint or dye Color - Kind of guard or scheme Color - Spectrum part Color - Play-by-play partner Color - *kind of printer Color - Dye Color - Kind of commentary Color - "the ___ purple" (1985 film) Color - Orange or peach Color - Type of commentary Color - Work with crayons Color - Some of this may be picked up at a beach Color - Burgundy, for one Color - Walnut, e.g Color - Kind of commentator Color - What some laser printers offer Color - "the ___ purple" ('85 film) Color - Tone Color - Shade Color - Carpet-buying decision Color - Paint choice Color - 43 across, for one Color - One may clash with another Color - What some sportscasters provide Color - Do dyeing work Color - Vivid quality Color - Do dying work Color - Play with crayons Color - Sportscasting commentator's forte Color - What the retina's cones distinguish Color - Front-page new york times addition of 1997 Color - It may be part of a code Color - Enjoy crayons Color - Skew subtly Color - Orange or lemon Color - Make blond, maybe Color - Sportscast anecdotes Color - Blush Color - Kind of guard Color - Kind of printer or scheme Color - Rose or violet Color - Apricot or eggplant Color - Plum or peach Color - With 39 across, alternate title for the puzzle Color - See 27-across Color - Lemon or tangerine Color - Use a crayon Color - Hue (us spelling) Color - Shade, tint (us sp.) Color - This puzzle's theme Color - With 29-across, pricier option at a print shop Color - Orange or lime, e.g Color - Sportscaster's insight Color - My favorite is probably turquoise (but don't tell the black and white of a crossword grid that!) Color - Peach, burgundy, or chocolate, e.g Color - Sportscast analysis Color - With 6-down, circular diagram of the spectrum Color - Amber, for one Color - Death cab for cutie "a lack of ___" Color - Trapt "only one in ___" Color - Nc band jonas sees in ___ Color - Alabama shakes "sound and ___" Color - Opposite of black-and-white Color - Palette selection Color - 1951 introduction to tv programming Color - This puzzle's fifth wheel, i believe you can hue it Color - Anecdotal commentary Color - Draw with crayons Color - Decorator's choice Color - Peach or lime, e.g