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|New York Times crossword of April 5th, 1997 other clues|
|'The People vs. Larry Flynt' subject|
|1960-61 A.L. M.V.P.|
|Actor Patinkin and others|
|City near Arnhem|
|Classic 1928 musical set in London, with 'The'|
|Epithet meaning tentmaker|
|Gizmo that holds things apart|
|Grp. into genealogy|
|It may produce Donner und Blitz|
|Key of Mozart's Symphony No. 25|
|Large fleet of planes|
|Linguistic stand-in: Abbr.|
|Military trench diggers|
|Morning's start, in old Rome?|
|Off the mark|
|Principles of game play|
|Relative of a peke|
|Right, in a way|
|Rigid social strata|
|Show respect, in a way|
|Suffix with old|
|Yellow Pages listings: Abbr.|
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