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Beat - Tuckered out Beat - Cop's milieu Beat - Vanquished Beat - Rock and roll prerequisite Beat - Newswriter's specialty Beat - Kerouac, e.g Beat - Ready for the sack Beat - Overcome Beat - Kerouac or burroughs Beat - Ready to hit the hay Beat - About ready to drop Beat - Apt rhyme for defeat Beat - Bested Beat - Rhythmic pulse Beat - Rhythm Beat - Get the better of Beat - Play, as drums Beat - Cadence Beat - Dance to it Beat - Flatfoot's circuit Beat - Policeman's route Beat - Metronome's output Beat - Dancing stimulus Beat - Lick Beat - Exhausted Beat - Regular drumming Beat - Doozy Beat - "the ___ goes on" Beat - Outscore Beat - Thump Beat - It's kept by a conductor Beat - Pooped Beat - Ready to crash Beat - Defeat Beat - All in Beat - Scourge Beat - Cop's path Beat - Defeat in a match Beat - Jack kerouac or allen ginsberg Beat - Conquer Beat - Wiped out Beat - Musical pulse Beat - Musical tempo Beat - Newshawk's territory Beat - Play, as a drum Beat - Throb Beat - Kerouac's generation Beat - Pulse Beat - Come out ahead Beat - Cop's route Beat - '50s generation Beat - Cop's assignment Beat - Officer's route Beat - Score more than Beat - Reporter's assignment Beat - Shot Beat - Cop's charge Beat - Switch Beat - Worn out Beat - Recipe direction Beat - Ready to turn in Beat - Drummer's assignment Beat - "we got the ___" (go-go's hit) Beat - Totally tuckered Beat - Drummer's forte Beat - Bushed Beat - Defeated Beat - Tanned Beat - Surpass Beat - Stir vigorously Beat - A drummer keeps it Beat - Techno basis Beat - Thrash Beat - Pulsate Beat - Trounce Beat - Tempo Beat - Thwack Beat - See 80-down Beat - Strike repeatedly Beat - Not one sound to be dead with this and tired Beat - This time one might be over at this Beat - Hit repeatedly Beat - Rhythmic music unit Beat - Not to be present and still win Beat - Thrash with rhythm? Beat - By the sound of it , not one to be at the start of 30 across Beat - Overcome or hit repeatedly Beat - Out of gas Beat - Musical rhythm Beat - Regular route of a policeman Beat - Thrash, punish physically Beat - Drum contribution Beat - Rhythmic musical unit Beat - How to be at what the policeman may be on Beat - Cop's territory Beat - Finish ahead of the guard walking there Beat - Exhausted, in need of first aid in punt Beat - Wager about a pound Beat - Put on about a pound Beat - Grieve like a gorilla? Beat - Raise game although ready to drop Beat - See 9 Beat - Six-footer scoffing at little boy's conduct Beat - See 7 Beat - Put away by book club Beat - Space patrolled and exhausted? Beat - Worst - best Beat - Pound Beat - Pound - defeat Beat - See 22 Beat - Drummer's responsibility Beat - Really tired Beat - Drummer's duty Beat - Apt rhyme for "defeat" Beat - Worst - and best! Beat - Edged out Beat - All tuckered out Beat - Conductor's concern Beat - "and the ___ goes on" Beat - Maestro's meter Beat - Patrolman's rounds Beat - Knocked out Beat - See 10 Beat - Part of the music discovered in danube attraction Beat - Police officer's patrol Beat - Strike at work? Beat - Strike on the outskirts of belfast retreat Beat - Drummer's output Beat - Pound for the trimmings of bespoke overcoat Beat - Worst round, or best? Beat - Master's cane Beat - Risk holding a police course Beat - Attend course for law enforcement officers Beat - Get the better of rhythmically? Beat - Surpass (a score) Beat - Strike; stir vigorously Beat - Rhythm, stir vigorously Beat - Defeat, strike Beat - Policeman's regular route makes you tired Beat - Flog ecstasy in club Beat - Defeat; strike Beat - Strike; pulsate Beat - Attend club Beat - Policeman's route; strike Beat - Bribe attendant to cover patrol route? Beat - Attend but worn-out Beat - Strike; defeat Beat - Attend to assigned patrol Beat - Defeat; pulsate Beat - Attend strike Beat - Strike; rhythm Beat - Cook perhaps set about eastern buffet Beat - Defeat; rhythm Beat - Strike (a drum) Beat - Money put at risk is about a pound Beat - Defeat; throb Beat - One round - don't miss! Beat - Pulse and bean starter to have for supper Beat - Cop's rounds Beat - Tan Beat - Raise game, though exhausted Beat - Pulse, if exhausted Beat - Thrash; pulse Beat - Gamble, winning a pound Beat - Worst Beat - Club's defeat Beat - Gamble about a pound Beat - Punt with a pound Beat - Flutter with a pulse Beat - Baffle or drum might provide it? Beat - Patrol Beat - Flog Beat - Attend bash Beat - Strike Beat - Worst -- and best! Beat - Cane provided by master Beat - Attend, being exhausted Beat - Policeman's round Beat - Throb; surpass Beat - Attend police tour Beat - Drummer's pride Beat - Dead on one's feet Beat - Start the game and win Beat - Baffle - all in Beat - Without a break, attend strike Beat - Take part in strike Beat - Recipe verb Beat - Rhythm; defeat Beat - *musical starting point Beat - Police officer's regular route Beat - It's dropped on a track Beat - Hit by 4 central characters of 60s' pop group Beat - Keep a rhythm Beat - Brutal person won't want son round Beat - Drummers keep it Beat - Tired for the trimmings of bespoke overcoat Beat - With 32-down, 1950s counterculture figures Beat - Patrolman's assignment Beat - Dog-tired Beat - Heart rhythm Beat - Drummer's rhythm Beat - Belt for the trimmings of bespoke overcoat Beat - Time in knock? Beat - 'old age and treachery will always ___ youth and exuberance' (david mamet) Beat - Shellac, say Beat - Tired officer's area to patrol Beat - Plumb tuckered out Beat - Drummer's job Beat - The english ___ Beat - Completely exhausted Beat - Type of lick the musicians create Beat - Overpower Beat - Concealed to circumscribe a threatening strike Beat - Tired defeat Beat - Come out better than in a competition Beat - Really wiped out Beat - Thoroughly exhausted Beat - Patrol found on the borders of 17-, 34-, 43- and 64-across Beat - Round pound Beat - '81 go-go's album "beauty and the ___" Beat - Pound of smack?