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New York Times crossword of April 26th, 1999 other clues
'Children of a ___ God'
'Gone,' at an auction
'Sometimes you feel like ___...'
'___ Mir Bist Du Schön' (1930's hit)
1936 Olympics star Jesse
1967 Oscar winner Parsons
À la carte items
Attack by plane
Before: Prefix
Bert of 'The Wizard of Oz'
Black eye
Boise's state: Abbr.
Cable movie channel
California's Big ___
Cash register key
Charged with gas
Cheerful command from the bridge
Choirs may stand on them
Coffee dispensers
Composed command from the bridge
Concerned command from the bridge
Confesses (to)
Dawn goddess
Daytime host O'Donnell
Equal: Prefix
Fill a tank again
Final command from the bridge
Fishing poles
Furry companions
George Burns's foil ___ Allen
God, in Islam
Great white ___
Hawaiian dish
Honolulu gift
In ___ land (spaced out)
Invitation inits.
King Kong, e.g.
Land south of Hadrian's Wall
Listen to
Little Boy Blue's instrument
Look (over)
Madison, in Manhattan
Missouri River tribe
Most wicked
Or's opposite
Orangeish shades
Over, in Berlin
Raise a hemline, e.g.
Ready for business
Religious dissent
Restroom at the Cock & Bull
Single, in Paris
Space program to the moon
Start of many German names
Suffix with cash
Turkish V.I.P.'s
W.W. II intelligence org.
Waitstaff overseer
Walk laterally
Walk vainly
Watched what was wolfed
Wings: Lat.
WSW's reverse
___ d'etre
___ first-name basis
___ fixe
___ Grande

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