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New York Times crossword of August 28th, 1999 other clues
In la-la land
It may be used for highlighting
Keep ___ on
Key of Beethoven's Sixth
Make tracks?
Means to self-awareness
Mount ___, second-highest mountain in Africa
Not elite
Novelist's need
One way to be accused
Picks up, in a way
Plato called her 'the tenth Muse'
Quotation addition
Rabbit fur
Rod divs.
Rodgers and Hart song '___ in the Park'
Salespeople's handouts
Scolding word
See 54-Down
See 63-Across
Sign of a smash
Site of Brookhaven National Laboratory
Skater, before hitting the ice
Skeptical words
Stop working in Saltillo, perhaps
The Big Apple
Tot's tote
Trash collectors
W.W. II agency
What one may win by
'I'm Not Rappaport' Tony winner
'Take ___ a sign'
'The Lost World' menace
'The Puzzled Heart' mystery novelist
'There ___ tide...'
.00001 newton
1978 #1 hit for Anne Murray
1982 Plimpton best seller
1992 Pulitzer historian Mark ___ Jr.
9-Down resident
Author Winslow
Back at the track
Barely winning
Biblical king who destroyed the worshipers of Baal
Bob Marley, e.g.
California tribe that died out in 1916
Cowpunch's moniker
Doesn't go on
Endangered Asian deer
Fable creator
First Lady before Eleanor
Folk song that was a 1958 #1 hit
Golfer Isao
Haberdashery offering
Half of a hip-hop duo
With 58-Across, a reception feature
Zuyder ___
'Benny & ___' (1993 romance)

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