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Argot crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of February 16th, 1997 other clues
'Frasier' character
'My gal'
'My Little Chickadee' star
'Othello' courtesan
'Surprised by Joy' autobiographer
'The Courtship of Miles Standish' character
'___ deal!'
1994 A.L. home run king
A substantial amount of Louisiana
Abbr. in a help wanted ad
Actor Holm
Actor Stephen
Adlai's '56 running mate
Alibi ___ (liars, of a sort)
An end to peace
Application
Artillery shell component
Atom
Attached at the base, botanically
Attack
Authorize
Bandleader Paul
Beseech
Bill the Cat pronouncement, in the funnies
Broodmare
Buffalo wing?
Butts
Cardinal points?
Chants
Chiang ___-shek
City area
Clio contender
Cold war threat
Comaneci achievements
Computer offering
Congratulations, of a sort
Count
Drop acid?
Druggie
Early 80's sitcom
Early empire builder
Elvis Costello's 'My ___ True'
Eponymous Belgian town
First name in 1936 politics
Four-time Indy winner
Furtive sort
G.I. entertainment
Garden tools
General announcement?
Getting around well
Goes around
Got a flat boot?
Grave marker
Gray and Moran
Greek cafe
Had fare
Hanged
Ho-hum TV fare
Homes with domes
Indians with a sun dance
Introductory material
It may be high in the afternoon
It may be struck
Italian city where Giotto painted
Kernel
Kind of comb
Kind of estimate
Kind of oil
Lake Volta's country
Laugh syllable
Legal grounds for action
Like a member of the U.S.N.
Like socks in a drawer
Like some apartments
Lions' prey
Loss by decay
Lynette ___, first female Harlem Globetrotter
Marcus and George
Med. specialty
Medieval weapon
Metric weights
Modern information medium
Most likely winners
Name in 1993 news
No longer stuck on
Not be fast
Not the best service
Noted guitarist
Noted youth grp.
Numbskull
Ogle
Palindromic English river
Pin down
Poetic preposition
Pokey
Preceded
Prepares for a rough ride
Rat-___
Recipe amt.
Refuse
Rolls
Roman mine
Shanghai
Should
Shrovetide dish
Silver treat
Sober-minded
Soft
Some government appropriations
Some learning
Stagger
Start of a classic Latin quote
Strike location
Suffix with land or city
The best
The plus column
The Thames borders it
They don't want to fight
They're out in a game
Three-time N.F.L. M.V.P.
Tiny amount
Tiny terror
Tiny type size
Took in, maybe
Travel (about)
Travels back and forth
Tricked
Understanding
Understanding words
Unhitched?
Vitamin C source
Wasn't sociable
Where gelato was invented
Word of reproach
___ Mujeres, Mexico
___ Saud (former Mideast leader)
___-Anne-des-Plaines, Quebec

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