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New York Times crossword of February 16th, 2003 other clues
'Little ___, you're really lookin' fine' (1964 lyric)
'Live Free ___' (state motto)
'Over the Rainbow' composer
'Peter Pan' dog
'Streamers' playwright David
'The Lord of the Rings' books, e.g.
'Yo te ___' (words of endearment)
'Zelig' director
Allan-___, Robin Hood companion
Alphabet quartet
Asia's shrinking ___ Sea
Author Puzo
Bad houseguest
Bankbook ID
Beethoven dedicatee
Bldg. overseer
Bug-eyed ones, maybe: Abbr.
Campaign promise, maybe
Car in a Beach Boys song
Cause for a child's scolding
Cause of a groom not being able to speak?
Christmas containers?
Clarence of the E Street Band
Clemson athlete
College course on insects, for short
Contest effort
Cub with a club
Cuts off
Drops, as flies
Epitome of simplicity
Former presidential inits.
Genealogist's work
Go back
Gullible ones
Important people on the scene, for short
In medias ___
It borders Austria
It makes soap strong
It may be picked
Italian composer Albinoni
Italian town with frescoes by Giotto
Jai ___
Japanese port
Jason's vengeful ex-wife, in myth
Kelvinator competitor
Langston Hughes poem
Let out
Lighter charge
Like Lady Macbeth
Like much Lenny Bruce humor
Like some swarms
Like some TV wrap-ups
Liston and Bono
Mellow Mel
Mex. Mrs.
Mexico's Yaqui and others
Most titillating
Move briskly
Musical with the song 'The Night They Invented Champagne'
N.Y. commuter line
N.Y.C. airport baggage letters
New Deal inits.
New York's ___ Falls
No. after a no.
Nutritional fig.
O.K., say
One-third of a Beatles refrain
Operations ___ (Army position)
Ostrichlike birds
Party leader, maybe
Paul ___, Tony-winning dramatist for 'Morning's at Seven'
Personal excesses
Photocopied, informally
Playwright Clifford
Pope's scarflike vestment
Post office employee
Section of le Tour de France
Seed oil plants
Set out
She had a 1989 #1 hit 'Don't Wanna Lose You'
Sight from the Quai d'Orsay
Signs of a 'her-icane'?
Sister of Melpomene
Site for happy campers?
Solemnly affirm
Stoolie of considerable interest?
Subdued hue
Subject of the biography 'An American Hero'
Subway rider's wish
Suffix with glycer-
Suffix with planet
Suns' spot
Swedish money
Texas pop.?
The least a dog can make?
They're the tops
To date
Town on Santa Monica Bay
Toyota model, once
Type type
Unexciting news about a missile?
Unfairly charges
Union member, in France
Vasco da Gama's lucky headgear?
Violin maker Nicolò
Vow locale
War maker
Water logs?
Way out
Went over
Without imagination
Woeful noises
X-ray doses
___ Jima
___ State College, in Massachusetts
___-Z (old Camaro)

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