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New York Times crossword of August 10th, 1998 other clues
'Consider it done'
'Norma ___'
'Peter ___' of 50's-60's TV
'Six Days, Seven Nights' co-star
'Spare' items at a barbecue
'You said it, brother!'
Allen of 'Candid Camera'
Ambulance driver, for short
Beatle with a beat
Broadcasting giant
Bullets and such
Captain Morgan's drink
Car on rails
City where van Gogh painted
Classic pickup line #1
Classic pickup line #2
Classic pickup line #3
Cool, once
Directs (to)
Dish served under glass
Ecol. watchdog
Endless, poetically
Flag-waving org.
Fr. holy women
Fri. preceder
Genesis woman and namesakes
Geometric measurement
Heavy hammer
Kansas City team
Let go of
Liabilities' opposites
Many a Seattle weather forecast
Melville tale
Mets stadium
Michigan's ___ Canals
Murders, slangily
Napoléon led one
Not glossy, as a photo
Numbers usually in parentheses
Opposite of max.
Permit: Abbr.
Poet and novelist James
Popular athletic shoes
Prefix with -metric
Prefix with skeleton
Proofreader's mark
Put forth, as effort
Ruler unit
Smashing point?
Soave, e.g.
Spring woe
Suffered humiliation
Takes a chair
The 'I' in T.G.I.F.
To the left, to sailors
Washington's bill
Went into seclusion
What Yahoo! searches, with 'the'
Wisconsin Avenue, in Georgetown
___ Beta Kappa
___ Blue Ribbon
___ Lilly and Company
___ Park, Colo.
___-off coupon

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