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A train? crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of March 2nd, 2001 other clues
'Fools Die' author
'Justine' author, 1791
'The Liberty Tree' writer
'The Ten Commandments' role
'You betcha!'
'You lose'
'___ of Lambeth' (Maugham's first novel)
A year in Provence
Air intake site
Atrium flooring
Bantu language
Batman, to the Riddler
Be short with
Bit of fine calligraphy, maybe
Bit of salt
Bond with
Brian who wrote 'The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Empire'
Brunch dish
Cause for inaction, maybe
Certain delay
Chemical compound
Coastal birds
Comment after an accident
Discussing excitedly
Doctor in 'A Passage to India'
Easy to drive on
Emma of 'Dynasty'
Flower said to have sprung from the blood of Adonis
Gathers abundantly
Good listener?
Hard rock
Hollywood father and son combo
It may go up in an airplane
Like sandals
Like wind and water
Living units: Abbr.
Made common cause (with)
Memorial marker
More frequently
Polite title: Abbr.
Popular pizza
Product enjoyer
Provincial, so to speak
Pulitzer winner James
Something in the air
Studio sites
Tannery products
The opponents
Tragic James Fenimore Cooper character
Using less than due deliberation
Very, in Bonn
Weizman of Israel
___ Gant, hero of 'Look Homeward, Angel'

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