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1974 hit subtitled 'Touch the Wind' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of September 14th, 1997 other clues
'Children of the Albatross' author
'Exodus' role
'Gilligan's Island' actress
'It Happened One Night' producer
'My Way' songwriter
'The Dark at the Top of the Stairs' playwright
'The Furys' novelist James
'The Phantom of the Opera' star, 1962
'The ___ Adventure' ('Star Wars' spinoff)
'These Dreams' singer, 1986
'___ only knew'
.6102 cubic inch
1975 James Taylor hit
A.M.A. members
Angler's hope
Animation
Appear
Battle of Coronel admiral, 1914
Bellyache
Bereavements
Better than never?
Bitsy beginning
Book stores?
Botswanan problem
Cave
Center of a roast
Chaldeans
Cheer
Clockmaker Terry
Come about
Composer Prokofiev
Conductor ___ Klas
Congratulations, of a sort
Contract
Couch potatoes, often
Cozened
Decline
Delicate
Depression-era inits.
Diamond of records
Directional suffix
Disgusted
Donald's daughter
Dosage amts.
Drip site
Drop the ball
Drunk's woe, with 'the'
Duds at work
Ending with blind or broad
Enter
Ethel Merman and Jack Benny, e.g.
Euripidean work
First Lady of 1900
First name in spydom
First name in spydom
Frederick Forsyth best seller, with 'The'
Go-getters
Grenoble's river
Group of planes
Guitar-picking pioneer Everly
Hard rock, maybe
Hardly Mensa material
Hay morsel
Hold
Idle
In a difficult position
Inlet
Intersecting street
Is intemperate
Itchings
John of York
Kilowatt-hour fraction
Kind of hound
Kind of session
Lausanne lies on it
Like
Logging-on need
Magazine that debuted 2/17/33
Maniacal
March event
Math calculation
Matter for a judge
Medit. nation
Mole, for one
Nigerian language
North Holland seaport
Not lethargic
Not well-done
One letting go
Open tract
Oscar Madison, for one
Pancreas, e.g.
Perfect
Pizzeria patron
Portray
Possible change in Russia
Pot grower?
Preview programs for computers
Property of housepets?
Put to use
Quirks, say
Reassurer's words
Resource to be tapped?
Rocky Lane spoke for him
Sammy Davis Jr. had one
School reward
Sensible to the nth degree
She played Sarah in 'The Bible'
Site of Chief Big Foot's last stand
Small songbird
Sorority letter
Sound from the bleachers
Stem joint
Suburb north of Seattle
Tackle
Tackled
The maximum, often
They may appear in the long run
They're not in the nuclear family
Thrills
Time to look ahead
To be, in Bordeaux
Tom Sawyer's half brother
Torpedo
Transfix
Tricked
Turns away
TV actress Spelling
U.S.N. personnel
Understanding
Unwind
Violinist Jean-___ Ponty
Warhol icon Sedgwick
When repeated twice, a 1964 pop hit
Wrapped up
___ citato
___ Darya (Asian river)
___ Fjord (inlet of the Skagerrak)
___ law (i=v/r)
___-majeste

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