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New York Times crossword of August 2nd, 1998 other clues
'Eldorado' rock group
'Get outta here!'
'Gigi' composer
'Live'
'O For a Thousand Tongues' composer
'The Crying Game' star
'We ___ the World'
'___ down now!'
1960's foursome
1996 Tony winner
A 'Doctor Zhivago' setting
Alphabetical foursome
Annual foursome
Awakening
Bankrolls
Barbecue
Baseball stats
Bean ___
Bickerer in the 'Iliad'
Big tips
Bills paid in Italy
Brahman, e.g.
Bucs' home
Bundles
Cakes of a sort
Castro's predecessor
Certain turn-on
Changes a file listing, e.g.
Components of some campaigns
Con: Var.
Consigns
Country club figure
Court conference
Court foursome
Cries on seeing a cute baby
Critical foursome
Dander
Decree
Dedicated
Devotes
Does penance
Duchamp contemporary
Edmond O'Brien film noir, 1950
Either end of Alaska
Ellington contemporary
Enters cyberspace
Fenway Park locale
Fields of activity
Fires
French F.B.I.
Gather
German electricity-producing city
Get via roving eyes
Gotham City do-gooder
Greek Minerva
Home of Ephesus
In a New York minute
Indigence
Inferior
It began around 1100 B.C. in Europe
It may be fixed
Jim Palmer was one
Jolly Roger feature
Ken-L Ration competitor
Kind of spoon
Kind of spoon
Lackland, e.g.
Latvia, once: Abbr.
Like 'The Bonfire of the Vanities'
Like Baby Bear's porridge
Like Miss Congeniality
Like Radio City Music Hall
Like the sound of a gong
Literary foursome
Lucky foursome
Miss in a 1934 song
Monumental foursome
Mulder of 'The X-Files,' for one
Native-born Israelis
Newsmaking 60's grp.
Noncash deposit
Not staccato
Noted alpine tunnel
Nursery rhyme boy
Oater group
One of Ophelia's flowers
Org. in the Mapplethorpe brouhaha
Outwits
Overcoats
Overdid the flattery
Palindromic diarist
Parts
Penultimate word of Warner Brothers cartoons
Photographer Goldin
Pitch
Prefix with phobia
Ransom ___ Olds
Rival, perhaps
Rocky Mountain pass
Rod
Rustled
Sad music
Santa ___
Scroogelike
Semiannual occurrence
Signs of approval
Silent
Singer in a field
Soaked
Some Pablo Neruda works
Sound before 'Yeah, you!'
Spanish saint and namesakes
Squints (at)
Super Bowl XXXII outcome
Surgeons' tools
Symbols of obstinacy
Tennis legend Lacoste
Tex-Mex snacks
The housewife in 'Diary of a Mad Housewife'
Their words are divine
Tight
Tin Pan Alley org.
Total
Tramp
TV foursome
U.S. Army medal
Variety of herring
Venomous ones
Way out of the public eye
Weather whipping boy
Went through channels?
What une plume writes on
White wine aperitif
Word with cure or room
Words of understanding
You wouldn't want to be caught in one
Yuletide foursome
___ de Triomphe
___ Varner, Faulkner woman
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