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Cognate crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of February 5th, 1999 other clues
Kind of vaccine
Kwan and Kerrigan
Like 'sh' or 'ch' sounds
Like a good cake
Make like
Modern business equipment
Mr. ___ (old board game related to Clue)
Musical ending, often
Place in a 1964 hit song
Places to see Verdi or Puccini
Repeated four times, a 1974 Rolling Stones hit
Restrict
Roster abbr.
Shell dispenser
Ships
Some pens
Start to believe it?
Suffix with cyclo-
Sycophantic responses
They may have bells or whistles
To ___ (just so)
Used one's dinner table
Ushers after intermission
What pupils focus on
Zoroastrian scriptures
'Return to Earth' autobiographer
'Anne of the Thousand Days' actress
'Home to Harlem' novelist
'I'm not making that up!'
'Le Docteur miracle' composer
'Men Behaving Badly' co-star
'___ all!'
17 Monopoly props.
Adams and others
Amateur mag.
Army post south of Baltimore
Art Spiegelman's Pulitzer-winning graphic novel
Athletes' conditioning activities
Badger
Bee's landing site
Biceps, e.g.
Boxer's warning
Brno's locale
Buoyant
Business abbr.
Cake feature
Can
Carpenter's supply, sometimes
Cartoonist Walker et al.
Chacun ___ goût (each to his own taste)
Cigarette pkg.
Company correspondence
Conduce
Course requisite, at times
Dilapidated tenement
Distinguish
Doesn't just wreck
Eats one's heart out
Enjoy
Entices
Goal
Good things that come to those who wait
Harried traffic reporter's comment
It may be silly
It may require surgery
It's not pretty
Kafka novel

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