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New York Times crossword of August 22nd, 1999 other clues
Stage presentation
Synagogue chests
Teen party
The Depression and others
They probably don't think much of you
Tomato variety
Towering desert plants: Var.
Tree trunk bulge
U-shaped instrument
Université preceder
Using tape on a bulletin board?
View electronically
Viva ___
Wallace cohort
Way out
What Mr. Brown can do, in a Dr. Seuss title
#2 Bill Withers hit of 1972
'...___ You Ain't My Baby?' (1944 hit)
What thunder may do
'Civilization' director Thomas
'Do ___!'
Woman from Bethlehem
'Prima Ballerina' artist
Wrapped up
'Hi and Lois' family pet
'The Breakfast of Charlatans'?
'We're constantly attacked' and 'the stockades are rotting'?
1980's Sandinista leader
A-mazing animals
About 1% of the atmosphere
Acetylacetone form
Advance amount
Affixable, in a way
Atlas Mountains locale
Be near bankruptcy
Beat in yardage
Betel nut tree
Big paperback publisher
Blows to the head?
Brimless bonnet
Cardsharp's technique?
Centimeter-gram-second unit
Certain chord
Certain gene
Charades, basically
Chester Arthur's middle name
Color wheel display
Come into one's own
Common mixer
Compass heading
Confined to one part of the body
Convex molding
Covered with many small figures, in heraldry
Director's option
Dog treat
Driving problem
Early 70's sitcom
Fancy home
Favorite one
Fleshy fruit
Food that may be folded
Furniture material
Game resembling pinball
Marvel Comics superhero
Most clever
Mother ___
Neighbor of Mont.
Nixon policy
Noted work?
Old railroad name
One more than sieben
One taking orders
Order at the George & Dragon
Org. with many rules
Palm used for basketry
Part of the eye
Pavarotti's football feats?
Pop star Morissette
Punishment unit
Purcell's '___ and Welcome Songs'
Red or black, e.g.
Sea bordering Kazakhstan
Serving of 52-Across
Shantytown composition
She found success with Caesar
Silent votes
Sit up for
Small peg
Soft drinks revealed?
Some Brahms works
Source of a bugle call
Having less shading
Headline about the Rolling Stones' leader's recovery?
Here, but not here
Hill of law
Hit the big time
Hot time: Abbr.
How some things strike
Hungry look
Incubator activity
It involves many sharp turns
It may be laid on thick
It may reflect well on you
It's said with a wave of the hand
Italian duchess Beatrice d'___
Janis's comic strip mate
Kind of thermometer
Kind of twist
Kitchen tool
Lace site
Language with mostly monosyllabic words
Lean (on)
Library material
Like many gardens
Like some stocks
Like the oceans
Lister's abbr.
Make permanent

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