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PLEAD ARGUE
PLEAD ENJOIN
PLEADED ARGUED CASE FOR PENNY ON PETROL, SORT OF
PLEADING SUPPLICATION
PLEAD PESTER
PLEAD MAINTAIN
PLEAD CRAVE
PLEADFOR CRAVE
PLEADING ARGUMENT
PLEAD PETITION FOR POWER TO GOVERN
PLEAD PLAINTIVE CRY
PLEAD EXHORT
PLEAD ALLEGE IN DEFENSE
PLEAD PRESENT EARNEST REQUEST FOR FIRST PART TO BE IN CHARGE
PLEADED SAID "GUILTY," E.G.
PLEAD STATE "NOT GUILTY," E.G.
PLEAD PETITION
PLEADING PETITION
PLEADED MADE, AS A CASE
PLEADING MAKING ONE'S CASE IN COURT
PLEAD QUIETLY SHOW THE WAY TO PRAY
PLEADED PRESENTED
PLEAD KNIGHT WEAR
PLEADING APPROACHING
PLEAD SAY
PLEADER ADVISER
PLEAD ASK FOR IN A SERIOUS WAY
PLEAD CALL UPON
PLEADING ASKANCE
PLEAD SOLICIT
PLEADING WORSHIP
PLEADING EXCUSE
PLEAD EARNEST APPEAL
PLEAD MAKE EARNEST APPEAL
PLEADING EXPRESSING EARNEST ENTREATY.
PLEAD RESPOND, AS TO A CHARGE
PLEADER QUIET MAN AT THE HELM - ONE MAKING EARNEST ENTREATY
PLEADINGLY WORK STEADILY, WITH INNER GUIDANCE, MAKING EARNEST ENTREATY
PLEAD URGE
PLEAD APPEAL EARNESTLY
PLEAD BEG AND THEN SOME
PLEAD PRESENT AN ARGUMENT IN COURT
PLEAD ASK IN EARNEST
PLEAD ANSWER A COURT CHARGE
PLEAD REQUEST URGENTLY
PLEAD CLAIM; ENTREAT
PLEAD ARGUE A CASE IN COURT
PLEAD ANSWER, IN COURT
PLEAD ARGUE IN COURT
PLEAD APPEAL HUMBLY (TO)
PLEAD ASK ON ONE'S KNEES
PLEAD IMPLORE, ENTREAT
PLEAD APPEAL HUMBLY
PLEAD MORE THAN REQUEST
PLEAD SPEAK
PLEADS PETITIONS
PLEADS PESTERS
HOWDOYOUPLEAD JUDGE'S QUERY AFTER CHARGES ARE READ
PLEADER PUBLICIST
PLEADING SAYING
PLEAD SUPPORT
PLEAD TELL IT TO THE JUDGE
PLEAD APPROACH
PLEADED APPEALED OR BEGGED
PLEAD MAKE, AS A CASE
PLEAD BEG, IMPLORE
PLEADED PLAGUED
PLEAD OFFER AS EXCUSE
PLEAD CITE
PLEADS MAINTAINS
PLEAD TROUBLE
PLEAD BESEECH
PLEADER BARGAINER OUT OF COURT
PLEADED SOFT METAL E'D BEGGED FOR
PLEAD BEG FOR SOFT, SOFT METAL
PLEADERS PUBLICISTS
PLEAD CRAWL
PLEADS SUPPLICATES
PLEADER QUIET BOSS, ONE WHO USES PERSUASION
PLEADINGS APPLICATIONS
PLEAD PUT FORWARD AS DEFENCE
PLEAD ANSWER (A CHARGE)
PLEAD USE AS AN EXCUSE
PLEAD PRESS
PLEADING PRAYER
PLEAD ASK EARNESTLY
PLEADED SPOKEN
PLEADING SPOKEN
PLEADS CITES
PLEAD RESPOND
PLEAD "HOW DO YOU ___?"
PLEAD REQUEST EARNESTLY
PLEAD ENTREAT EARNESTLY
PLEAD EXPRESS A NEED FOR SOFT METAL
PLEADING CRAVING
PLEAD PUT FORWARD
PLEAD ASK HUMBLY AND GENTLY TO HAVE SOMETHING TO WRITE WITH
PLEADABLE LIKE SOME COURT CASES
PLEAD PLAGUE
PLEADER APPEALING PERSON
PLEAD PASTOR GETS USHER TO BEG
PLEADSTHEF CLAMS UP IN COURT
PLEAD SUPPLICATE
PLEADS APPEALS HUMBLY
PLEADS SAYS
PLEAD APPEAL TO YOU TO GET THROUGH AN APPLE A DAY
PLEADINGS EARNEST REQUESTS
PLEADED CRAWLED
PLEADER DEFENDANT
PLEAD ANSWER
PLEAD VERB FOR INNOCENT OR GUILTY
PLEAD DECLARE
PLEADING ENTREATY
PLEAD ENTREATY
PLEAD MAKE URGENT REQUESTS
PLEADS BESEECHES
PLEADING APPLICATION
PLEAD ENTREAT
PLEADING RECKLESS
PLEADER LAWYER, AT TIMES
PLEAD APPEAL OF POLYTECHNIC'S FIRST PRINCIPAL
PLEAD ASK URGENTLY
PLEADED DECLARED
PLEAD CLAIM, AS INSANITY
PLEAD SQUARE THINGS
PLEAD CONJURE
APPLEADAY HEALTH ENHANCER, SO IT'S SAID
PLEAD IMPLORE
PLEAD SELL
PLEADER COUNSELOR
PLEAD GIVE EVIDENCE
PLEAD SAY "GUILTY" OR "NOT GUILTY"
PLEAD Appeal or request earnestly.
PLEADING ASSERTED
PLEADERS People who say 'Not guilty,' say
PLEAD Say "Not guilty," say
PLEADED Called on one of those keeping a grip on boxer in the gym from top division
PLEAD RESPOND TO AN INDICTMENT
PLEAD SAY ONE IS GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY
PLEADS ANSWERS A CHARGE
PLEADED ANSWERED A CHARGE
PLEAD Carry on a lawsuit
PLEADS Tells it to the judge
PLEAD ASK THAT ONLY THE END OF THE NEEDLE BE STUCK IN A CUSHION
PLEAD RESPOND TO CHARGE FROM PIANO WIRE
PLEADS Possibly lapsed, but offers an excuse
PLEADED ASKED EARNESTLY
PLEADED JUSTIFIED
PLEADING JUSTIFIED
PLEAD APPEAL OR REQUEST EARNESTLY
CHIPLEADER Top dog at a poker tournament, or a hint to 17-, 28-, and 44-Across
PLEADER A round metal case is made by one
PLEAD APPEAL QUIETLY FOR A HELPFUL HINT
PLEAD LEGITIMIZE
PLEAD Assert, as insanity
PLEADED BRACED
PLEADS Does an advocate's job
PLEAD Try to persuade, with "with"
PLEAD GET DOWN ON ONE'S KNEES
PLEAD GIVE AS AN EXCUSE
PLEADS OFFERS AS AN EXCUSE
PLEADS ASKS ONE PLEASE NOT TO HAVE HARD CLUES
PLEADS ENTREATS EARNESTLY
PLEADS Makes heavy-hearted appeals?
PLEAD APPEAL TO PROVIDE THE HEAD OF POLICE WITH A CLUE
PLEAD ARGUE IN SUPPORT OF SIMPLE ADMINISTRATION
PLEAD MAKE REPRESENTATIONS FOR THE FRENCH TO OCCUPY THE FLAT
PLEADTO Accept, as a lesser charge
PLEADER PRESSURE BY CHIEF BARRISTER PRESENTING CASE
PLEADER First violinist found under piano, one praying
PLEAD Argue, as a court case
PLEAD Cry for
PLEAD QUIETLY DIRECT TO PRAY
WORSHIPLEADER ... "SERVICE-MINDED ATTITUDE" ... AND WE GOT A __!
PLEAD APPEAL LIKE A STAR SINGER AT THE PIANO
PLEAD Paled at the possibility of having to beg
PLEADERS Beggars make soft commanders.
PLEAD Profess one's innocence, perhaps
PLEAD COAX
PLEADER ONE BEFORE A TRIBUNAL, MAYBE
WORSHIPLEADER ... 'service-minded attitude' ... and we got a __!
PLEADERS ATTORNEYS
PLEADS Begs for soft metals?
PLEAD State ''Not guilty,'' e.g.
PLEAD Make a case quietly and get ahead
PLEADING Plaguing
PLEADING ARGUING IN COURT
PLEADS APPEALS EARNESTLY
PLEADS ARGUES A CASE
PLEADING DEVOTION
PLEADED MADE AN EMOTIONAL APPEAL
PLEAD PARK GUIDE TO MAKE AN EMOTIONAL APPEAL
PLEADS Answers a charge in court
PLEADS Requests earnestly
PLEADS ANSWERS COURT CHARGE
PLEADED ANSWERED COURT CHARGE
PLEAD Act the advocate
PLEADS MORE THAN REQUESTS
PLEAD ARGUE A CASE
IMPLEAD Archaic term for to sue someone
PLEAD MAKE ONE'S CASE
PLEAD Speak on bended knee
PLEADS Speaks on bended knee
PLEADER One on bended knee, maybe
PLEAD BEG PRESIDENT TO TAKE PRECEDENCE
PLEADER DEFENDANT, AT TIMES
PLEAD RESPOND TO A CHARGE
PLEADERS Beggars or lawyers
PLEADING INVOCATION
PLEADS BEGS IMPLORINGLY.
PLEAD QUIETLY START TO PRAY
PLEAD An apple a day keeps this, I pray
Pleadguilty TELL THE JUDGE YOU DID IT
PLEADER POWER OVER CHIEF ADVOCATE
PLEADS IMPORTUNES
PLEADING TAKE NO RISKS
PLEAD Beg for introduction to punk and heavy metal
PLEADTO ACCEPT, AS A LESSER CHARGE IN EXCHANGE FOR ADMITTING GUILT
PLEADED IMPLORED
PLEAD Answer court charge
PLEAD HOW TO DEAL WITH A SUIT IN THE NEWSPAPERS
PLEAD Say guilty or not guilty for example
PLEADS Implores Ed to join his pals
PLEAD ANSWER CHARGE IN COURT
ANAPPLEADAY HOW TO AVOID BECOMING 1-ACROSS, SO THEY SAY
PLEAD BEG
PLEADWITH BEG
PLEAD Some in Marple advised to answer charge
PLEADED Requested earnestly
PLEADED Appealed or requested earnestly
PLEAD Quietly put one's first card on the table and address court
PLEAD Argue one's case
PLEADS Quietly takes the initiative making petitions
PLEADER ADVOCATE PUT PRESSURE ON ONE NOT FOLLOWING
PLEAD Request made by guide after end of trip
PLEAD APPEAL
PLEAD Beg quietly, be out in front
PLEADS IMPLORES ON BENDED KNEE
PLEADER ADVOCATE ADDING PAGE IN FRONT OF ARTICLE
PLEADS Asks anxiously for hints, on the quiet
PLEAD SEEK MERCY, SAY
JUMPLEAD ONE OF TWO TO RECHARGE A MOTOR BATTERY
PLEADING 1993 novel by Scott Turow
PLEAD QUIETLY BE OUT IN FRONT MAKING PETITION
Pleadguilty ADMIT TO WRONGDOING IN COURT
PLEADER CALLS EARNESTLY FOR PAGE BY DE VALERA
PLEADS IMPLORES
PLEADS BEGS
PLEAD QUIETLY PUT SUGGESTIVE QUESTION AS ADVOCATE IN COURT
PLEAD MAKE AN EMOTIONAL APPEAL FOR POLICE ESCORT
PLEADING COURT STATEMENT
ANAPPLEADAY PAPAYA-LADEN SALAD PROVERBIALLY KEEPS ONE HEALTHY!
PLEADDOWN COP (TO), AS A LESSER CHARGE
PLEADS Doesn't just ask
PLEADED BEGGED
PLEADING IMPLORING
PLEADS States one's case
PLEAD MAKE AN EMOTIONAL APPEAL
PLEADED PETITIONED
PLEAD PRAY
PLEADS IS APPEALING
ANAPPLEADAY HEALTHY PRESCRIPTION
PLEAD Give one's case
Pleadguilty TIDY UP LEGAL ISSUE AND ACCEPT BLAME IN COURT
HOWDOYOUPLEAD QUESTION FROM A JUDGE
PLEAD SAY "NO CONTEST," SAY
PLEAD MAKE A CASE
PLEAD OFFER IN EXCUSE
PLEADER TRIBUNAL ADDRESSER
PLEAD OFFER AS AN EXCUSE
PLEADS ENTREATS
PLEADS APPEALS
PLEAD MORE THAN ASK
PLEADINGPOVERTY Crying need?
PLEAD ANSWER A CHARGE
PLEADS RESPONDS IN COURT
PLEADINGTO ADMITTING, AS A LESSER CHARGE
PLEAD State "Not guilty"
PLEAD Notebook contains the French request
PLEAD Claim phosphorus metallic element
PLEADS Answers a judge
PLEADING Appealing emotionally
PLEADS Argues (for)
PLEAD Argue for pawn to go first
PLEAD Argue (for a cause)
PLEAD Argue quietly, gaining dominance
PLEAD 'I ___ the Fifth'
PLEAD Say ''not guilty,'' say
PLEADING Begging is quietly going ahead
PLEAD Beg and beg
ANAPPLEADAY Anti-doctor policy?
PLEADS FILES A COMPLAINT, SAY
PLEADED Start to print main story, editor implored
PLEADERS Advocates relapsed - disaster
HOWDOYOUPLEAD Judge's query
PLEAD Argue (for)
PLEAD Argue for pressure to be put on premier
PLEAD Ask for quiet conduct
PLEADED Element in exercise by department put forward in case?
PLEAD What defendants do first, after start of proceedings
JUMPLEAD Cable spring to go first
PLEADS Speaks on bended knee, perhaps
PLEADED Begged to show editor following page
PLEADER You may need one, just in case
PLEAD 'How do you ___?' (court query)
PLEAD Make entreaty quietly to gain initiative
PLEADING Appealing page out ahead
PLEAD Say 'no contest,' say
PLEADED Begged deputy to come back, holding influence
PLEADPOVERTY You'd be embarrassed to make such an excuse
SPECIALPLEADING I slapped Alice's bum — no good and not a logical way to win an argument
PLEADED Swimming deep, lad prayed
ANAPPLEADAY What keeps the doctor away, proverbially (6 to 9)
PLEADS Lapsed badly, but asks for mercy
PLEAD Argue (a position in court)
PLEAD Inner Temple advocates speak in court
PLEADERS Advocates conductors to follow piano
IPLEADTHEFISH Why this writer's silent on forgetting malt vinegar?
PLEADING What counsel would be doing at last in command in court
TROOPPLEADERS Begging soldiers?
PLEAD Beg for quiet and go ahead
PLEAD State "Not guilty," e.g
PLEAD Request quiet guide
JUMPLEADS To skip clues may help you continue progress
SPECIALPLEADING Constable in van restricting parking making one-sided argument
PLEADER Lawyer, at court
PLEAD Beg to go first after parking
RIPLEADERS *Ones most likely to tear their pants?
PLEAD Quietly covering main part, carry on lawsuit
PLEADS Makes appeal or entreaty
PLEAD Make emotional appeal
PLEADED Page to be first, editor begged
PLEAD ASK
special pleading Biased argument used to win rather than convey truth
PLEAD Beg or petition
PLEAD Request mercy, say
PLEAD Say "not guilty"
SPECIALPLEADING One-sided argument of constable over what policeman has?
PLEAD Say ''not guilty,'' perhaps
PLEAD Say ''not guilty,'' maybe
PLEAD Beg Penny to go first
PLEADIGNORANCE Say ''I didn't see any such sign!'' e.g.
PLEADS Begs, seeing hints on page
PLEADS Shop finally directs petitions
PLEADS Appeals or requests earnestly
PLEAD Show initiative after quiet appeal
PLEAD Petition putting pressure on chief
PLEAD Power metal put forward
PLEAD Pressure to spearhead appeal
SPECIALPLEADING Silly Adele is clapping biased argument
PLEADING In supplication
PLEAD Quietly go ahead and appeal
FEARLESSPLEADER Confident advocate?
SPECIALPLEADING Outstanding parliamentarian's opening outstanding but one-sided argument
PLEAD State ''Not guilty!''
PLEADIGNORANCE Claim you had no idea
PLEAD Ask for a quiet, yet important, role
JUMPLEAD Elephant stopped after mile - beg for help to get started
PLEAD Pressure escort to appeal
PLEAD State ''not guilty''
PLEAD Say ''Not guilty,'' e.g.
PLEAD ANSWER CHARGES
PLEAD Go ahead after cash appeal
PLEADER Pale red (anag.)
PLEAD Seek mercy
PLEAD Say 'Guilty' or 'Not Guilty'
PLEADER Person making case in editorial on page
JUMPLEAD One of two to recharge a car battery
PLEADED Made one's case
JUMPLEAD Bound to take prime position - in car tool-box?
PLEADER Pig-headed boss employs a barrister
PLEADEAL District attorney's offering, maybe
PLEAD CHARGE
PLEADSTO Accepts, as a lesser charge
PLEADED CRIED
PLEAD ASSERT
PLEADFOR ASSERT
PLEADS RESPONDS
PLEADING COMMUNION
PLEAD DEMAND
PLEADINGS WORSHIPS
PLEADING REQUEST
PLEAD REQUEST

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