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'___ House,' 1983 Madness hit crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of June 8th, 2008 other clues
'All ___'
'Ararat' director, 2002
'It Happened One Night' director
'Star Wars,' e.g.
'The Spirit of Australia' sloganeer
1973 #1 hit for the Rolling Stones
1988 Tracy Chapman hit
Abbey area
Addams who created the Addams family
Amount to take
Apple pie order
Arctic bird
Arts and Sciences major: Abbr.
Backwoods valleys
Battle of ___ Bay, 1898
Bear-named villainess in Superman films
Beginning of a cowboy song refrain
Beginning of all New York ZIP codes
Birthstone for some Libras
Blasted, with 'on'
Canine cry
Capital on the Dvina River
Cause of a full stop for sailing ships
Chess opening?
Classic 1965 novel set on the planet Arrakis
Column on a questionnaire
Compound that's subject to tautomerism
Computing-Tabulating-Recording Co., today
Cozy and warm
Credit card magnet
Cries shrilly
Daughter of James II
Drang's counterpart
El ___ (1942 battle site)
Fever causes
Freezing mixtures
Fruit named for its appearance
Gardner of 'Mogambo'
Geneviève, e.g.: Abbr.
Gets warmer
Graham Greene novel set in Saigon, with 'The'
Grassy plains
Gypsum variety
Hidden drawback
Hoedown sites
Home shopping channel
Hosp. staffer
Implements using fulcrums
In Harry Potter books, nonmagical offspring of wizard parents
Introductory course?
Invite to a movie, say
Is a second-story man
It's pitched
It's well-supplied
Just for the heck of it
Karate-like exercises
Lean and sinewy
Like forget-me-nots
Low-cost stopover
Many a tux
Members of 82-Down
Mideast city that was once a British protectorate
Monocle, basically
More upset
Mrs., abroad
Packard's partner
Palm Springs-to-Las Vegas dir.
Parliamentary measure of 1774
Patrick of 'X-Men'
Period in which we live
Pig product
Place between hills
Play a sax solo, maybe
Primer pooch
Ready to blow
Really mean
Reason for lights going out
Recoiling from
Red, e.g., once
Relative of Welsh
Ritzy Rio neighborhood
Run out
Sawbones' org.
Scroll holders
Seek aid from
Sign of a brake problem
Slangy greeting
Solitaires, e.g.
South African who twice won the U.S. Open
Sport with a service line
Spray under the sink
St. Lawrence and others
Stage direction
Stops on le métro
Stuffed shirts
Suffix with zillion
Takes off
Tea holder
Ten-millionth of a joule
The Beatles' 'And I Love ___'
They tremble in the slightest breeze
Title girl of a Willa Cather novel
Too much ink
Tour de France stage
Treaded transport
Trio of comedy
Two wiggling fingers, maybe
Vending machine tricker
Washing machine setting
Watch unit: Abbr.
What, to Camus
Where G.I.'s fought Charlie
Wild animal ID
Without paraphrasing
Woodworker, at times
Word before and after 'yes'
Word next to an arrow, maybe
Wreaked havoc on
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