Padre's hermana

The clue "Padre's hermana" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on January 27 2019.

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We found 6 possible solutions for the Padre's hermana clue.

Possible Solution

T I A

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"Padre's hermana" in other crosswords:
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Crossword Champ Premium April 22 2020 TIA
New York Times April 15 2020 TIA
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New York Times January 27 2019 TIA

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New York Times Clues January 27, 2019

Google Calendar, e.g.
In addition
"Foundation" author
Hit 2009 movie set in the 22nd century
Cry of exasperation
When Hamlet dies
Unemployed salon worker?
Venusians, e.g., informally
In base 8
Bob ___, 1968 record-setting long jumper
Foreign title that's an anagram of its English equivalent
Unemployed nail polisher?
Most preferred
Coffee order
Jokester
Some TV drama settings, for short
Hot
Troublemaker since birth
Something paid to a hero
Cosby's "I Spy" co-star
Jack-in-the-box part
Unemployed men's clothier?
Wing it
Remote figure: Abbr.
Hydro plant locale
Exam scored on a scale of 1 to 5, informally
Designer Geoffrey
"___ Live" (onetime cooking show)
___ tear (sports injury)
Jay preceder
Unemployed educator?
Media inits. before One, Two or Four
Wall Street order
Question after "I'm back"
Fish in a tank
Rubber
Article in La Repubblica
Kitty
Port Authority posting: Abbr.
Unemployed loan officer?
Watchdog org. established by Nixon
Salon supply
"No returns," e.g.
"Extra! Extra!" shouter
Repeated word in a 1957 Harry Belafonte hit
Fan noise
Cote call
___ spell
It's kept in a pen
Unemployed rancher?
Capt.'s guess
More balanced
Popular font
Airport near D.C.
Unemployed prestidigitator?
Efficient kind of shopping
Iconic 1950s-'70s female TV role played by a male
Achieve something by merit
Like the lion slain by Hercules
Be short with
Peanut butter choice
Tested the waters, say
Request for an online R.S.V.P.
Bluegrass instrument
___.com, site with the category "Cellphones & tablets"
One out?
Came before
___ tea
Sheriffs, marshals, etc.
"The Mary Tyler Moore Show" character
Short snicker
Easy ___
President during the Vietnam War
Straddling
Surgical tube
Suppositions
Like Feburary
Advertise excessively
It's the truth
Used as a role model
Part of S.O.P.: Abbr.
Beauty that's seldom seen
Suffix with linguist
Okinawa port
"___ Rhythm"
Exec
Spill the beans
Second
Send in a different direction
Fast-food sandwiches introduced in 1985
"Bingo!"
They go down easily
"Brave New World" drug
Responded in court
Dash gauge
AAA suggestion: Abbr.
It borders Ky.
You can page through them
Like "A Star Is Born," several times
A mean Amin
Blackjack combo
Maven
Locker room shower?
Every which way
___ center
Hospital unit
Two-masted sailing vessel
Longtime host of "American Top 40"
Source of a Boston "curse"
Defaulter's comeuppance
Every 24 hours
Normandy invasion town
Marie and Donny Osmond, e.g.
It borders Ida.
Find with difficulty
Hon
Not very much
Produces a revival of
Royal Charlotte's father
Abbr. in many an office address
Failed, as a cellphone or car to its user
Estée Lauder competitor
"Evangeline" setting
Symbol of change
Young and Simon
Preceder of "Do I have to?"
Headgear for a knight
Padre's hermana
Look for
Beethoven's "Choral" Symphony
Suffix with expert
Code-cracking org.
Special gift
___-Magnon