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'American Pie' actress Reid crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of February 12th, 2004 other clues
'Casablanca' role
'Gewehr ___!' (German military order)
'Ohhhh ...'
'Phooey!'
'Take a Chance on Me' group
'Toodles!'
'Uh-uh'
'___ la vie'
10¢ picture
Abbr. after some telephone numbers
Actress Sorvino
Administered, as medicine
Apple variety
Ashes, e.g.
Attic buildup
Barber's accessory
Barkers
Befuddled
Big flier
Big Twelve powerhouse
Born in
Burlap material
Capital on the Paraná
Clubs, say
Confuse
Convenience for an ed.
Cousin of an org.
Dance from Cuba
Dances to 'Cali Pachanguero,' e.g.
Dial-up ___
Disneyland sight
Docile, now
Edit
Female singer who was Grammy's 1985 Best New Artist
Film director Resnais
Former beau or belle
Goodness
Grow dark
Have some fancy provisions?
Home of six N.H.L. teams
Interactive part of some Web pages
Knuckleheads
Leader born in Georgia
Lowdown
Mandela's onetime org.
Memorable mission
Metric measures of area
Michael Jordan or Dr. J
Not change
Opera that climaxes with a firing squad
Opera ___
Opposite of whole
Parts of a range: Abbr.
Peak near the Gulf of Catania
Person with a figure like Olive Oyl
Regarding
Sellers' solicitations
Send out
Set
Sidepiece
Sockeroo
Soiree
Some noncoms: Abbr.
Steps over a fence
Stops: Abbr.
Suspect eliminator
Tiara
Title character of TV's 'The Pretender'
Title girl of a 1966 pop hit
Truman's Missouri birthplace
Type spec: Abbr.
Wash out to sea
Workshop fixture

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