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New York Times crossword of October 23rd, 1998 other clues
Versailles agreement
Water worlds
Woolly yarn
Words of encouragement
Writer on Mulberry Street
'Give ___ while longer'
'I tought I taw a putty ___'
'Leave as is'
'___ say' ('Alas')
'___ has fleas' (uke-tuning phrase)
Airline offerings
Cable inits.
Cinematic terrier
Clearly in good health
Exceptional deal
Fictional hero from Zenith
Foreign dignitary
Free time for women
God and others, e.g.
Goddess Mother of the World
Good-time Charlies
Hasn't got a ___ (is poor)
Hematite, pyrite, etc.
It may be felt on the range
Like some military maneuvers
Middle name?
Morse syllable
Musical chairs goal
Musket missile
O.C.S. grads
Off-season in the Alps
Olden magistrates
Photo of gramps, maybe
Potential ring-accepter
Prepare (for)
President Fujimori of Peru
Protectors of Peru
Puts a label on
Razor brand
Rebuttal to 24-Across
Requirements for some degrees
Reserved traveling space
Room off an ambulatory
Rough and reddy?
Sea salt
Secures at sea
Simon, to Schuster
So far
Son of Prince Valiant
Sticks back in an album
Succeeded in annoying
They take marks off
Track on the ground
Urban area in a 1987 Cheech Marin film title
Uses as a basis

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