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New York Times crossword of April 12th, 1998 other clues
Cry of economic liberation?
D.C. team, for short
David Brinkley's autobiography
Davis was its Pres.
De-bused, e.g.
Delighted condition?
Desert home
Disputed island in the East China Sea
Diving duck
Einstein's birthplace
English dramatist George
Fast fleet
Fictional friend of Isaac of York
Follower: Suffix
Funny brothers
Get ___ for effort
Gum site
H.M.O. personnel
Hallow ending
Handy abbr.
Hobbyist purchases
I.R.S. target in Calif.?
In general
It works according to scale
Jaguar models
Proposal response
Quite dissimilar
Rocker Bob
Side in a debate
Slips past
Some western New York legislation?
Something awful
Something to lend
Sot sound
Stones' request of their accountant?
Strikes out
Styron's Turner
Subj. for immigrants
Supports a scheme
Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 5 ___ minor
They're good for the biceps
They're swung in church
Tom and Diane
Tommy of 'Finian's Rainbow'
Twice as perilous
Very old I.R.S. employee?
When to call, in some want ads
Winter 1997-98 newsmaker
Writer Josephine
___ acid
___ chocolates
'Friends' co-star
'Like me'
'Saturday Night Live' announcer
'The Alienist' author Carr
'The House of Blue Leaves' playwright
'The Time Machine' race
'___ happens...'
'___ Mio'
'___ pray'
'___ pray'
180, so to speak
180, so to speak
Accepted the bait
Actress Scala
April 15 greeting?
Assessment of a comedian?
Big inits. in cellular technology
Blazing stars
Blueprint item
Bulldog, e.g.
Bygone sports cars
Cafeteria supply
Clockmaker Terry
Cold coating
Company recruits, for short
Crowning point
'A waking dream,' according to Aristotle
Jaleel White role on 'Family Matters'
Just beat
Just make, with 'out'
Kind of cut
King intro
Language from which 'mako' comes
Let in advance
Let out
Like a tundra
Like some arrangements
Loop runners
Lou Gehrig or Cal Ripken
Lukas of 'Witness'
Madison and Monroe
Manhattan ingredient
Mother of Castor and Pollux
Music with jazzlike riffs
Nevada town
Nicholson film 'The Two ___'
Norms: Abbr.
Not necessarily exact: Abbr.
O. Henry specialty
Office mail
On the lam
One may be honorable
One of the Jacksons
Orch. section
Part of Latin I conjugation
Place for a male trio
Plays matchmaker
Poetic measures
Popeye's ___ Pea
Practiced yellow journalism
___ Loma, Calif.
___-Coat (floor wax brand)

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