Posed in the front row of a team photo, say crossword clue


This crossword clue Posed in the front row of a team photo, say was discovered last seen in the March 5 2021 at the New York Times Crossword. The crossword clue possible answer is available in 5 letters. This answers first letter of which starts with K and can be found at the end of T. We think KNELT is the possible answer on this clue.


Crossword clues for Posed in the front row of a team photo, say

Clue Answer
Posed in the front row of a team photo, say KNELT
___ Zimmer who composed the theme music of the historical drama TV series The Crown and has also won the Academy Award for Best Original Score for The Lion King HANS
___ Tyler composer who wrote original music for the 2010 action film The Expendables and also composed music for Now You See Me BRIAN
___ Lake (ballet composed by Tchaikovsky) SWAN
___ date (when a baby is supposed to come) DUE
___ budget amendment (proposed Constitutional addition) BALANCED
[[IMAGE]](What happens to metal after exposed to water) RUST
Yeti's continent, supposedly ASIA
Words superimposed on a Union shield since 2010 ONECENT
With 65-Across, what a bad cook supposedly can't even do BOIL
Windows to the soul, supposedly EYES
What supposedly surrounds Atlantis OCEAN
What juice cleanses are supposed to get rid of TOXINS
What capri pants leave exposed ANKLE
What ancient Roman soldiers were supposedly paid in, hence the word “salary” SALT
What "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds" supposedly isn't about LSD
What "it" is supposed to do GOSEEK
Waller who composed and sang "Ain't Misbehavin'" FATS
Unposed CANDID
Unopposed (decision) UNANIMOUS
UFO pilots, supposedly ETS
TV gunslinger Wynonna, supposed descendant of Wyatt EARP
Those opposed ANTIS
Those opposed NAYS
Those opposed FOES
Things proposed by the Greek philosopher Democritus ATOMS

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