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An Indian may be in it crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of July 21st, 2001 other clues
'All Star Revue' host of 50's TV
'Love and Basketball' co-star
'Swan Lake' siren
61-Across, e.g.
A lot of talk show talk
Abandon
Abandon
Abandon
Abandon
Alphabet bit
Arthur's onetime court rival
Artisan
Auto supply inventory
Bad-mouth
Bad-mouth
Bad-mouth
Bad-mouth
Balancing pro
Balancing pro
Balancing pro
Balancing pro
Barricade
Bear Stearns employees
Beatify
Beet, for one
Biohazard protection
Birds
Bit of instruction
Capitol
Capitol
Capitol
Capitol
Castilian kinsman
Change prices, say
Compartmentalized cuisine?
Controversial spray
Cook quickly, colloquially
First to be counted?
Flirts
Fountain near the Spanish Steps
German mathematician for whom a branch of geometry is named
Greek
Greek
Greek
Greek
Guests may do it
Hardly a Rambo movie
Holds (down)
Ice legend
Is against
It has many keys: Abbr.
Its area is about 3.7 million sq. mi.
Jewish ravioli
Like 'scaloppine'
Like a mean dog
Like Argus
Like some souls or words
Liquide vital
Marsannay or California Grenache
Member of a legendary outlaw band
Montreal and others
More fully developed
Most conceited
Newspaper div.
Not even
One might be on a crib sheet
Piece of silver, perhaps
Playbook play
Put on board
Put on board
Put on board
Put on board
Quarrel settler, maybe
Racine tragedy
Radio offering
Removed with little effort
Roll back, say
Rounding up figures?
Scaloppine, usually
See 53-Across
See 53-Across
See 53-Across
See 53-Across
Spanish bread
Wealth
Winner of three Grammys in 1984
With 23-Across, where campers eat
Women of the haus

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