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New York Times crossword of February 3rd, 1998 other clues
Kind of test or rain
Kitchen counter?
Letterman's network
Load off the mind
Lucky plant
Means of approach
More slippery
Most safe
Oklahoma city
On the up and up
One of Lee's men
Opposite WNW
Passing notice
Presidential nixer
Puts in office
Racks the pins again
Ready and willing's partner
Room connector
Russian autocrats: Var.
Somewhat pessimistic
Sports figure?
Stand in line
Start with down and out
Sugar suffix
Takes advantage of
Thanksgiving potatoes
They're cutting, sometimes
Throat clearer
Trapper transport
Try to avoid a tag
'Look at Me, I'm Sandra ___'
'Prizzi's ___'
'You can say that again!'
1996 Clinton challenger
Addict's program
Areas between hills
Asner and Begley
B.A. and B.S., e.g.
Brand for Bowser
Coal carrier
Eye amorously
Fine dinnerware
First lady
Flower supporter
Fourposter, e.g.
Getting on in years
Go light (on)
Govt. book balancers
Greek god of love
Heir's concern
Hit alternative
How to succeed as a demolition crew?
How to succeed as a retailer?
How to succeed as a stripper?
In neutral
Irene of 'Fame'
Jumps with a pole
Just in case
Voting districts
What Richard III offered 'my kingdom' for
Worthy of copying
___ good example
___ Guevara

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