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New York Times crossword of February 19th, 1999 other clues
Result of submarine activity
Revolutionary War commander ___ Warner
Rock group booster
Shade of yellow
Soap, e.g.
Surrounding sentences, maybe
Tayside topper
Textile fiber colorer
Ticker locale: Abbr.
Timber defect extending from the middle outward
Tiny start?
Top service provider
Trattoria topping
Victor at Thermopylae, 480 B.C.
When the Feast of Lots is observed
___ bear
A little of a lot?
'It' author Glyn
'The enemy is upon us!'
'The Little Mermaid' prince
'The Plough and the Stars' playwright
14-Across's role, often
About 1/4 cord
Arab League member
Boxer's concern
Car in a Beach Boys song
Cassoulet ingredient
Certain iron
Characters in 'Macbeth' and 'Richard II'
Classic name at the Newport Folk Festival
College endower, often
Come about
Comes by
Crooner Columbo
Dressage order
Elkins of whodunits
Entertainment center
Fail to see
Fish stocked in ornamental pools
Flash floods
Flying fisher
Footless animal
Forecast, of a sort
Glass eels
Gulf of Guinea city
Heavyweight champ after Carnera
Hit a low note?
Houseparents' charge
It bites
It has notions
Letters at sea
Little Rhody, with 'the'
London Magazine essayist
Magic charm
Men behaving badly
Minor German count
Not work very hard
One doing the lord's work
Org. often seen in court
Part of A.A.R.P.: Abbr.
Part of A.A.R.P.: Abbr.
Post-delivery delivery
Rare child
Ratatouille ingredient

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