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New York Times crossword of May 18th, 1998 other clues
'Three men in ___'
1950's Ford flop
Actress/singer Durbin
Aid and comfort
Amount eaten
Apache souvenirs
Arthur ___ Stadium (U.S.T.A. facility)
Author ___ Stanley Gardner
Bad habit, so to speak
Bathroom flooring
Bike that zips in and out of traffic
Brilliant success
Broken arm holders
Bucks' mates
Computer signpost
Continue a subscription
Cracker topping
Diner offering
Drink with a marshmallow
Emblems on Indian poles
Emulate Cicero
Ending words in a price
Eurasian duck
False coin
Footnote abbr.
German city
Hardest and strongest
Has speech difficulties
Historic periods
In ___ land (dreaming)
Initials in fashion
Injure, as a knee
It's good in Guadalajara
Japanese sashes
Kitchen cleanser
Lawn party offering
Life-saving skill, for short
Like John Paul II
Like New York City, to Albany
Marsh plants
Min. components
Not having much fat
Old Wells Fargo vehicles
On ___ (like much freelance work)
Opera star
Org. overseeing fairness in hiring
Pesky African insect
Plant part
Prefix with -fugal
Regular: Abbr.
Restaurant offering
Sale caveat
Shakespearean king
Spanish fleet
Starting points in shipbuilding
The triple of a triple play
They were once 'The most trusted name in television'
Tidy up
Tower locale
Used E-mail
Verbally joust (with)
Walter Cronkite's network
Week or rear follower
Wilkes-___, Pa.
Writer Cleveland ___

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