Bit of work

The clue "Bit of work" was last spotted by us at the LA Times Crossword on March 24 2019.

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"Bit of work" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
New York Times January 14 2022 ERG
Universal October 18 2021 ERG
LA Times August 25 2021 ERG
New York Times January 2 2021 JOB
New York Times January 2 2021 ERG
LA Times August 25 2019 ERG
Wall Street Journal June 11 2019 ERG
New York Times April 10 2019 ERG
LA Times March 24 2019 ERG

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LA Times Clues March 24, 2019

"Behind the __ I'll convey myself": Polonius
Base near home
EMT skill
Judge's seat
Hardwood tree
Fail to make use of
Prayer opening
*Henry James heroine
Top of a scepter, perhaps
"Three Tall Women" Pulitzer playwright
German university city
Initial payments
*Hip-hop artist with the 2014 #1 hit "Fancy"
Pays attention
Delivery pros
One taking a selfie
AP rival
"Cold one over here, please"
Campaign funding org.
*Youngest NBA player to win the MVP
Big risk taker
Studio supporter?
Remote, as a road
Divested (of)
Bird in Saint-Saëns' "The Carnival of the Animals"
1912 Olympic legend
2007 IHOP acquisition
Barrett of Pink Floyd
*Bashful one
"NCIS" was spun off from it
Key movie scenes
60-year-old Mattel classic
Pocatello natives
Korean rice dish
Designer Geoffrey
Keats, for one
"These go to eleven" band
*"Under the Net" novelist
Prefix with Pen
Pocatello-to-Provo dir.
Borscht veggie
Go back in
*Looney Tunes girlfriend
"The way I __ ... "
Creature found atop the apt part of each answer to a starred clue
Pine Tree State campus town
__ Diego
*Add unneeded ornamentation
Some, in Stuttgart
Bit of work
Big fight
Palindromic Latin verb
Rehab woe
Palindromic court star
"Idol" judge replaced by DeGeneres
"Around the Horn" host Tony
French coronation city
Coolers in windows, briefly
Target Field team
Bermuda, e.g.
GPS data
Aachen article
Blocked, as a drain
Gershwin title lover
One-named Swedish pop singer
Ruth's husband
Allowing admittance anywhere, as a pass
Angler's basket
Reason to shake
Watson creator
Vail alternative
Tina and Lana
Mel Blanc's "That's All Folks" et al.
Pitcher Hershiser
Donkey sound
Dawn deity
Linguistic suffix
Citrus suffix
Cole Porter's "Well, Did You __?"
Make over
Mauna __
Suspect's story
Copland ballet with a hoedown
Gives one's word
"It could happen"
Allow to use
"The Way We __"
Like, with "to"
Dessert option
__ Park: Pirates' field
Part of XL: Abbr.
Site of Napoleon's exile
Fish in the genus Hippocampus
Where __
Hip-hop's Salt-__
Some punches
Take __ of: taste
Mongolian desert
Scott of "Charles in Charge"
Etched: Abbr.
Bk. read at Purim
Research ctr.
JFK, say
Plan, with "out"
Pancakes sometimes served with caviar
What Superman first looked like?
Prior to, in poems
Grafton's "__ for Evidence"
Sliced-off parts
"He that __ many words shall be abhorred": Eccl.
Coffee order: Abbr.
Fraternal org.
Preppy jackets
Aside (from)
Govt. security
Caught congers
Judy of "Devious Maids"
Support for glasses
Israeli airline
Energy metaphor
"Unbelievable" rock band
Celestial lion