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WITHOUTAPARTNER SOLE
PARTNERSHIP GANG
PARTNERS AUXILIARIES
PARTNERSHIP CLIQUE
PARTNER COLLEAGUE
PARTNER BROTHER
PARTNER COMPEER
PARTNER DUPLICATE
PARTNERS ALLIES
PARTNERSHIP LODGE
CHOOSEAPARTNER DECIDE ON SOMEONE TO DANCE WITH
PARTNERS ACCESSORIES
PARTNERFORCOO BILL
SWITCHESPARTNERS MAKES A CHANGE ON THE DANCE FLOOR
PARTNER SIDEKICK
PARTNERSHIPS COUPLES
PARTNER MARLEY, TO SCROOGE
PARTNERSHIPS LODGES
DOUBLESPARTNER ONE RAISING A RACKET?
BUSINESSPARTNER DEPENDING ON THE PITCH, ANY OF THE DRAGONS WITH THE ENTREPRENEURS ON CBC'S "DRAGONS' DEN" POTENTIALLY: 2 WDS.
GOPARTNERS JOIN
PARTNER FRIEND
PARTNER AUXILIARY
PARTNER ACCOMPLICE
PARTNERS COUNTERPARTS
PARTNERSHIP COUPLE
PARTNERSHIP FRATERNITY
PARTNERSHIP COMBINE
PARTNERS STALLS
PARTNER MAN
PARTNERS ASSISTANTS
PARTNER COMPANY
PARTNERSHIP COMPANY
PARTNERSHIP FRIENDSHIP
PARTNER MATE
PARTNERINMARRIAGE MATE
PARTNERSHIP TOGETHERNESS
PARTNERS ASSISTS
PARTNER CHUM
PARTNERSHIP VENTURE OWNED BY BUSINESS ASSOCIATES
PARTNERED HELPED
PARTNERED ALLIED
PARTNERSHIP JOINT INTEREST
PARTNERED JOINED FORCES
PARTNER POSSESSOR
JUNIORPARTNER FIRM'S RECENT HIRE, PERHAPS
PARTNER ASSIST
PARTNERSHIP COOPERATIVE
PARTNERS PLAYS GAMES WITH ONE'S BUSINESS ASSOCIATES
COPARTNER TORN CARPET SENT BACK BY BUSINESS ASSOCIATE
PARTNERS BUSINESS ASSOCIATES
PARTNER BUSINESS ASSOCIATE'S STANDARD HIRE FEE GOING UP
SECRETPARTNER DORMANT PARTNER
PARTNERSINGRIME SOIL AND SOOT?
COPARTNERS WE CAN BE IN BUSINESS TOGETHER IN CARPETS, RON
PARTNERSHIPS RINGS
PARTNER PAL
PARTNERED COORDINATED
PARTNERSHIP ASSISTANCE
PARTNER ACCESSORY
PARTNER HUSBAND OR WIFE
PARTNER EITHER ONE OF A COUPLE
PARTNER ALLY OR COMPANION
PARTNER BUSINESS COLLEAGUE
PARTNER BUSINESS ASSOCIATE
COPARTNER BUSINESS ASSOCIATE
PARTNER HALF OF A DANCING DUO
PARTNERING GUARDING
PARTNERSHIP CORPORATION
PARTNERS WOMEN
PARTNER ANALOG
PARTNERS THEY MAY BE SECRET OR SILENT
PARTNER HELP
PARTNERS FELLOWS
PARTNER DOUBLE
PARTNERSHIPS CONJUNCTIONS
PARTNERSHIPS FACTIONS
SENIORPARTNERS COUPLES AT THE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY?
DOMESTICPARTNER ONE MIGHT BE ENTITLED TO SOME COMPANY BENEFITS
PARTNER CONFEDERATE
LABPARTNERS PARENTS IN A CERTAIN DOG FAMILY?
PARTNER CONFRERE
PARTNERED DATED
PARTNERS HUSBANDS
PARTNERS WITH THE CIRCLED LETTERS, INVESTORS NOT INVOLVED IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THEIR BUSINESSES
PARTNERSHIP CLUB
PARTNERINMARRIAGE BETTER HALF
PARTNER BETTER HALF
PARTNERS MALES
PARTNER COMRADE
PARTNER ONE OF A MARRIED COUPLE
PARTNER ASSOCIATE'S SUPERVISOR
PARTNERSHIPS BODIES
SKATINGPARTNERS WELL-BALANCED INDIVIDUALS
PARTNERSHIP BUSINESS'S PRINTER HAS MESSED UP PAGE
PARTNERS TEAM
BUSINESSPARTNER NAMEPLATE SHARER
PARTNER GO ALONG WITH ANOTHER TO PLAY ON THE SAME SIDE
PARTNERING GROOMING
PARTNERED ESCORTED
PARTNER AMIGO
PARTNER GUARD
PARTNERSHIP MOB
PARTNERED GUARDED
PARTNERS BUDDIES
PARTNERS PROFIT SPLITTERS
PARTNER ASSISTANT
PARTNERINMARRIAGE SOUL MATE
PARTNER SOUL MATE
PARTNERS CLOSE ASSOCIATES IN BUSINESS OR LIFE
LIFEPARTNER SIGNIFICANT OTHER, OFTEN, AND A HINT TO THE ENDS OF THE ANSWERS TO STARRED CLUES
PARTNER ACCOMPANIMENT
PARTNERSHIP SYNDICATE
PARTNER BUSINESS COLLEAGUE RAISED HIRE CHARGE
PARTNERS LEGIONS
PARTNERS POSSESSORS
PARTNERSHIPS FRATERNITIES
SPARINGPARTNER SPOUSE WHO ISN'T VINDICTIVE?
PARTNER WIFE
PARTNERSHIP CONSPIRACY
PARTNER GUIDE
PARTNERS PALS
PARTNER ADDITION
PARTNERSHIPS ALLIANCES
PARTNER BUDDY
PARTNERSHIP BAND
PARTNERED INTIMATED
TRADINGPARTNERS ACTIVITY FOR SWINGERS?
PARTNERSHIP CARTEL
JUNIORPARTNER LAW-FIRM MEMBER
PARTNERS LAW-FIRM ELITE
JUNIORPARTNERS LAW FIRM HOPEFULS
PARTNER LAW FIRM VIP
PARTNERSHIP Association of two or more persons
PARTNER BEDMATE
PARTNER Starsky, to Hutch
PARTNER SETBACK FOR RUSE THAT'S NO USE TO SNARE A HUSBAND
DANCEPARTNERS FRED ASTAIRE AND GINGER ROGERS, E.G., AND, LITERALLY, WHAT THE FIRST WORDS OF THE ANSWERS TO STARRED
PARTNERSHIP TIME-SHARE ON A BOAT REQUIRES BUSINESS TIE?
PARTNER MATE IN BUSINESS WITH SOME OP ART, NERVE RACKING TO SAY THE LEAST
PARTNERSHIP ASSOCIATION OF TWO OR MORE PEOPLE
PARTNERSHIP ASSOCIATION BETWEEN TWO PEOPLE
PARTNERDANCE *SALSA, E.G.
PARTNER ALLY, COMPANION
PARTNER Colleague who may be sleeping?
PARTNERSHIP Co-venture for spouse's leg joint
PARTNERS THEY CAN BE FAST ASLEEP, BUT THEY WORK CLOSELY TOGETHER
PARTNER Spouse of some Roman emperor - almost
DORMANTPARTNER Unrevealed assistant
SECRETPARTNER Unrevealed assistant
PARTNER Matey role for which Nero had no love
PARTNERING Mating
PARTNER Business associate caught napping?
PARTNER Associate in business venture
PARTNER Mean to rent out to an associate
PARTNERSHIP Sharing stripper? Nah, that's gross
PARTNERS ALLIES OR COMPANIONS
PARTNER ONE'S OTHER HALF MAY BE FANTASTIC PARENT, RIGHT?
PARTNERSHIP FELLOWSHIP
PARTNERS ADHERENTS
PARTNERED WENT WITH ANOTHER, LIKE N WITH S?
PARTNER SOMEBODY TO PLAY WITH AND LEAVE NEAR A LOSS
PARTNERS A bit North and South about hesitation, or maybe East and West
SECRETPARTNER SILENT PARTNER
DORMANTPARTNER SILENT PARTNER
SPECIALPARTNER SILENT PARTNER
UNANNOUNCEDPARTNER SILENT PARTNER
PARTNER Mate or collaborator
SPARINGPARTNER REASONABLY GOOD TEAMMATE ON A BOWLING TEAM?
PARTNERINMARRIAGE SIGNIFICANT OTHER
PARTNER SIGNIFICANT OTHER
JUNIORPARTNERS FIRM UP-AND-COMERS
PARTNER Legion
PARTNERS Goes along with various parents' right to be included
CREATIVEPARTNER ONE WITH WHOM TO BRAINSTORM
PARTNERSHIP STAND FIRM WITH AT LEAST TWO TOP PEOPLE
PARTNER An associate in business
CONTROLLINGPARTNER "HONEY, YOU'RE WEARING THAT?"
PARTNER LOVER REVIEWS MONTHLY BILL FOR MUSIC
PARTNERED PALLED
RENTRAPSPARTNER CARTOON CHIHUAHUA CATCHES HIS PAL STIMPY?
PARTNER "HOWDY, ___."
PARTNER GINGER ROGERS, TO FRED ASTAIRE
SILENTPARTNERS Doubles players who aren't on speaking terms?
PARTNERS They share a business, in a way
PARTNER Punch, to Judy
PARTNERS Law-firm bigwigs
PARTNERS Conspirators
MANAGINGPARTNER *Law firm bigwig
DOMESTICPARTNER RELATIVE OF A SPOUSE
PARTNER Business associate uninvolved in management
PARTNERING Palling
PARTNER Catherine accepted another ten from associate
PARTNER RECIPROCAL
PARTNER Parent lost right associate
PARTNERSHIP ALLIANCE
PARTNER SPOUSE
PARTNER Tear, knockback for close companion
PARTNER It's usual to raise the rent, mate
SENIORPARTNER LAW FIRM VIP
PARTNERSHIP Companionship
SLEEPINGPARTNER INACTIVE BUSINESS ASSOCIATE
PARTNERS BUSINESS OR MARITAL MATES
PARTNER Join young salmon tangled in net? On the contrary
PARTNER Burns, to Allen
SKATINGPARTNERS TWO ON ICE
PARTNER ONE OF A COUPLE
SPARRINGPARTNER ONE ENGAGED IN FRIENDLY CONTENTION
BALANCESPARTNER CHECKS
PARTNERS ASSOCIATES
PARTNER SQUARE DANCER'S NEED
PARTNER COMPANY COLLEAGUE
PARTNEROFWARNER TIME
ONETIMEPARTNER Ex-wife, e.g.
LABPARTNER CHEMISTRY COLLABORATOR
PARTNERS Comrades
PARTNER ASSOCIATE SEEN AS 'CATCH' ON REFLECTION, RIGHT?
PARTNER Business associate making a part owner cry out!
JUNIORPARTNER CERTAIN PROMOTED LAWYER
PARTNER SPOUSE RIGHT TO CATCH UP
SILENTPARTNER INACTIVE BUSINESSMAN
PARTNER Could a bedfellow be called a sleeping one?
PARTNER Husband or wife to leave last three of children to be raised
INPARTNERSHIP AFFILIATED
PARTNERS Like North and South, East and West may dance together
PARTNER SOMETHING A LAWYER MIGHT MAKE
PARTNER DANCING COMPANION SOMETIMES JOINING IN CRIME
PARTNER PARENT STRANGELY RIGHT AS LOVER
DUNCEPARTNERS PEOPLE WHO WEAR "I'M WITH STUPID" T-SHIRTS?
PARTNERSINCRIME COUPLE GETTING AWAY TOGETHER?
PARTNER COHORT
CIVILPARTNERSHIP CONSTANT ARRANGEMENT OF PHIL AND TREV'S, PAIRING ENDLESSLY?
SILENTPARTNER NONACTIVE MEMBER OF A FIRM ... OR WHAT G, H AND W EACH HAVE IN 20-, 29- AND 49-ACROSS?
PARTNER COMPANION
PARTNERS EMPLOYEES
SLEEPINGPARTNER DOES THIS MEAN THE WIFE IS OUT WITH ONE OF THE INVESTORS WHO'S NOT WORKING?
PARTNER Associate; mate
PARTNER OTHER HALF OF RIPPED CARPET SENT BACK
PARTNER ALLY
DANCEPARTNER TANGO NECESSITY
SLEEPINGPARTNER ONE IN BUSINESS WHO HAS RETIRED?
PARTNERINCRIME BONNIE, TO CLYDE
COPARTNERSHIP Conservative arranged intro, perhaps, for business association
PARTNERSHIP CONJUNCTION
PARTNER CLOSE ASSOCIATE
PARTNERSHIP BUSINESS TIE?
PARTNERS MATES
EXPARTNER SPLIT PERSONALITY?
PARTNER COLLABORATOR
PARTNER CASEWORKER, AT TIMES
SPARRINGPARTNER REGULAR POLITICAL OPPONENT THROWS DIGS AT CHALLENGER BEFORE THE RING ENGAGEMENT
PARTNER (BUSINESS) ASSOCIATE
PARTNERSINCRIME BONNIE AND CLYDE, E.G.
PARTNER OTHER HALF?
PARTNERSHIP STAND FIRM
PARTNERED WORKED TOGETHER
PARTNER TEAM UP
PARTNER ASSOCIATE
PARTNERS LAW FIRM VIPS
GOLDMANSPARTNER SACHS
PARTNER COLLEAGUE'S ROLE FACING LOVELESS PERSECUTOR
LIFEPARTNERS COMPANIONS, AND A HINT TO THE ENDS OF 19-, 31- AND 41-ACROSS
PARTNER Hire charge returned for associate
COPARTNER EQUAL BUSINESS ASSOCIATE
co-partner EQUAL BUSINESS ASSOCIATE
PARTNERDANCING ACTIVITY INVOLVING A LEADER AND A FOLLOWER
SENIORPARTNER LAW FIRM BIGGIE
PARTNER Co-owner returned hire charge
PARTNER Co-worker
SLEEPINGPARTNER IDLE BUSINESS ASSOCIATE ONE OFTEN HAS RELATIONS WITH?
PARTNERS Companions or associates
PARTNER Co-owner in business
PARTNERDANCE *Salsa, e.g
DOMESTICPARTNER CERTAIN COHABITANT
SILENTPARTNER Dummy? He has no say
SPARRINGPARTNER Mate being miserly -- about right, with average rise of lease
PARTNERSINCRIME Future co-defendants
THEPARTNER Novel by 62 Across
SPARRINGPARTNER Argumentative friend whose attacks are helpful, in practice?
PARTNER One that separates perhaps acquiring new lover
DUNCEPARTNERS People who wear 'I'm with stupid' T-shirts?
PARTNERS LAW FIRM BIGWIGS
SPARRINGPARTNER He's needed for Boxing Day preparations!
LAWPARTNER Honcho in a firm
LABPARTNER *Person you have chemistry with
SLEEPINGPARTNER Investor who only backs naps
PARTNERSINCRIME Bonnie and Clyde, infamously
PARTNERS MATE'S PARENTS WORKING AROUND RIVER
SLEEPINGPARTNER A lying business associate?
EXPARTNERS Former lovers, e.g.
SPARRINGPARTNER Boxer's opponent during training
PARTNER Business associate; one of a couple
COPARTNERSHIP Business arrangement between equals
PARTNERS Business co-owners
PARTNER Catch up with right associate
PARTNER Hall, to Oates
PARTNER Law-firm bigwig
PARTNER. Law-firm bigwig
PARTNER Law firm figure
PARTNERS IN CRIME Accomplices miscreants initially employed in foreign prince’s terrain
PARTNERS Law firm principals
PARTNERS Law firm elite
PARTNER Role taken by loveless emperor and associate
SPARRINGPARTNER What a boxer needs, a spouse may not
PARTNER Colleague in mean lease back arrangement
PARTNER Companion at bridge, dance, or home
BUSINESSPARTNER Company co-owner
BUSINESSPARTNER Simon, to Schuster
SPARRING PARTNER King collared by parsimonious consort with whom words are often exchanged
PARTNER Associate returning about new carriage
SLEEPINGPARTNER Would one invest in an idle husband?
PARTNERSHIP Yacht in a time-share?
PARTNER Spouse to join a bridge player
PARTNERS They share in an activity, business or marriage
PARTNER A colleague of John Grisham
CONTROLLINGPARTNER 'Honey, you're wearing THAT?'
PARTNERSHIP Professional business
PARTNER Standard tuner ignores second and better half
CHANGEPARTNERS Popular song written by Irving Berlin for the 1938 film 'Carefree'
THEPARTNER Novel by John Grisham
SPARRINGPARTNER Pole's band put by standard retrospective fee for disputatious associate
LACKPARTNER Need a mate in a Central Park mix-up?
PARTNER Associate, in business or private life
SPARRINGPARTNER One showing acceptable standard, repeatedly circling ring in stern working out
LABPARTNERS They're paired up in science classes
PARTNERS TEAMMATES
PARTNERING Pregnant, I start to regret casual coupling
PARTNER ESCORT
PARTNER One who shares equal rent, anyway
STRIKINGPARTNER What Keegan was to Toshack's attractive girlfriend?
SLEEPINGPARTNER The wife when out with one of the investors who's not working?
PARTNER Normal payment held up for associate
PARTNER Fellow tripper, perhaps
PARTNER Mate by employing skill with knight
PARTNERED Returned to catch Communist, having support
SILENTPARTNER Business investor, of a sort
PARTNER Run and catch up teammate
PARTNER Teammate
PARTNER Mate or business associate
SLEEPINGPARTNER One backing non-runner
COPARTNER Policeman gets errant criminal as colleague
SLEEPINGPARTNER Associate who's out for business?
PARTNERSINCRIME Pair of sneakers?
BALANCESPARTNER Some checks
SPARRINGPARTNER Thrifty spouse acquiring collar finally for boxer
PARTNER One may be silent
PARTNERSINCRIME Rest ran off, incorporated in first such as 18 and his lady
PARTNER Mate's standard lease is up
PARTNER Spouse or business collaborator
PARTNER Roughly ten to be covered by Henry's last one?
PARTNER Run and catch returning lover
SILENTPARTNER Inactive company investor
PARTNER One sharing home or business
PARTNER Professional colleague
SLEEPINGPARTNER Foolishly presenting pearl to investor
PARTNERSINCRIME Bigamist's wives?
SLEEPINGPARTNER Someone not active in bed or board?
SPARRINGPARTNER Puncher
SLEEPINGPARTNER Investor representing pal in a bad way
SPARRINGPARTNER Rapper's ranting upset gangster ultimately, fellow combatant
SLEEPINGPARTNER Pregnant rep lies about investor
SPARRINGPARTNER Boxer with "trapper ran rings"
PARTNERSINCRIME Cohorts
CHANGESPARTNERS Responds to ''May I cut in?''
PARTNER Page awfully errant colleague
SLEEPINGPARTNER One in business representing pal, involved? No!
PARTNERSINCRIME Essential factors in fencing, perhaps
PARTNER Business associate put up charges
SLEEPINGPARTNER Idle husband? He never does any work
PARTNERSHIP UNION
PARTNERED Accompanied a bit by what are, in short, in need
SPARRINGPARTNER Contender's colleague
SILENTPARTNER Quiet business associate
SPARRINGPARTNER Ring man when sporting practice is required
SILENTPARTNER Quiet business associate?
COPARTNER Associate can report disruption
SPARRINGPARTNER Arrange PR prints differently for argumentative friend
PARTNER LOVER'S NOTE PENNED BY ONE SEEKING DIVORCE?
SENIORPARTNER Ranking figure at a firm
PARTNER MALE
PARTNERSHIP PANTHERS RIP APART ALLIANCE
CHANGEPARTNERS PARTICIPATE IN A SQUARE DANCE RITUAL
PARTNER SUPPORTER
PARTNER FELLOW
PARTNER CONTINGENT
PARTNERS FRIENDS
PARTNERSINGLUTTONY PIG
PARTNERSHIPS CONSPIRACIES

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