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New York Times crossword of February 24th, 1999 other clues
'Twelfth Night' lover
'Hawaii Five-O' locale
'It's ___ Kiss' (1964 hit)
'Space cadet'
'They Died With Their Boots On,' e.g.
'Thriller' singer, in tabloids
'Ulalume' poet
'Wheel of Fortune' purchase
Año starter
Bad news for a bookie
Ballpark figure
Beaverlike fur
Bones, zoologically
Cheesy 1977 comedy?
Cheesy 60's TV show?
Cheesy gabber?
Cheesy part of the neck?
Cheesy TV private eye?
City north of Sacramento
Common bedroom furniture material
Complaint
Convocation of witches
Corleone's creator
Coupling
Put away
Racketeer
Ruefulness
Secy.
Shrimp
Survivalist's stockpile
Teaser
Tennis call
Tito's family name
Track athlete
Track events
View
Will of 'The Waltons'
Word with snake or quake
Writer on music David ___
Exxon, once
Eerie sightings
Element found in Geiger counters
Cousin of Sven
Cries of surprise
Crossed through
Dadaism founder
Denizens of the 46-Across
Dosage unit at a reactor
Feature of an empty house
Fingers
Frito-Lay's parent
Furtive look
Half and half
Hosiery shade
Initiate
It comes in black and white
Dramatist Clifford
It may be hit with a hammer
Item designed to be blown up?
Jungle vine
Kind of blocks
Kind of nerve
Kind of ring or swing
Like happy diners
Longtime Delaware Senator
Lowest deck
Make fat
Narcs' employer: Abbr.
Needle case
Northern Japanese city
Not an iron
Not be a polite winner
On
Pallid
Part of a deck chair
Peers
Photographer's light

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