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New York Times crossword of October 21st, 1997 other clues
'I understand!'
'Just say no,' for instance
'___ the Craziest Dream' (1942 song)
Actress Petty
Aristocratic types
Beloved comic's nickname
Berlioz's 'Les nuits d'___'
Better than good
Campus figure
Classic Rousseau novel
Components of elevens
Conquistador's haul
Contained, with 'up'
Cries of pain
Deep laugh
Detectives, for short
Didn't give a definite answer
E or G, e.g.
Ending with schnozz
Farm mudholes
Favorable life insurance category
Former sneaker brand
Full house sign
Hesitant sounds
Impertinent one
Isn't feeling good
Kind of flu
Like a snake-oil salesman
Like fine wine
Long ___
Mao ___-tung
Mata ___
Move like lava
Newspapers, TV, etc.
Nondairy topping
Noted short-story writer
Packs down
Phrase in a new way, as a question
Pompous types
Popular brew from Holland
Revival shouts
Salespeople, informally
Self-righteously virtuous types
Shaving cut
Sheepish reply
Shot again, as a photo
Singer Della
Small sharks
Something to do
Start of many naval vessel names
Subject to breezes
Suffix with psych- or neur-
Tempe sch.
Throw hard
To the ___ degree
Unexpected wins
Used binoculars, maybe
Van Gogh's 'Irises,' e.g.
Where 'e'en' is seen
Where the Vatican is
White heron
Work unit

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