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Early third-century date crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of November 14th, 1999 other clues
'Boola Boola' singer
'Endymion' writer
'Free' people
'Here Is Your War' author
'Min and Bill' Oscar winner
'Saving Private Ryan' craft: Abbr.
'The ___ the limit!'
'What would you like to know?'
A pluviometer measures it
Actor getting bad press?
Actor Reeves
Actor who plays terrorists?
Actor with a special way of talking?
Actress famous for boxing?
Actress in a dressing room?
Actress who does the twist?
Actress who's cold?
Actress with punishing roles?
Actress with the keys to a city?
Aquanaut's base
Archaic attention-getters
Article in Der Spiegel
Artist known for his street scenes of Paris
Assam silkworm
Baby food
Barely beat
Begin liking
Big step up from the bleachers
British surgeon Sir James
Bunco artist
Capp diminutive
Chopin piece
Color TV pioneer
Come before
Comedian, e.g.
Common thing
Dead accurate
Dernier ___
Destroy a person
Dict. listing
Do-nothing's state
Eastern royal
End product
Equals
Ex-Yankee Guidry
Fan sound
Feldspar variety
Firebird
First or second, e.g.: Abbr.
Ford failures
Forest runner
Framed
France's Belle-___
Fremont National Forest site
Fünf und drei
Gave a darn?
Gelcap alternative
Go around
Grampuses
Grp. with holes in its organization
Gulf of Finland feeder
Gymnast's perch
Heyerdahl craft
Hideaway
His #4 was retired
Hitter of 660 career home runs
Impeach
Informal British address
Initials, maybe
It comes in sticks
It had the earliest parliament on the European continent
It may be organized
Its business is growing
Jackson and James
Julio, e.g.
June of 'The Dolly Sisters'
Karate schools
Lady of Spain
Langston Hughes poem
Laughfest
Less cool
Light opening?
Like some love affairs
Manilow song setting
Mark for life
Midwest city, on scoreboards
Miss Marple's discovery
More dignified
Mrs. Dithers, in the comics
One may be silent
One on the move
Patron saint of shoemakers
Peace of mind
Power stats
Pull out
Punster
Read the U.P.C.
Refuse
Registration datum
Roaster, perhaps
Sack
Says scornfully
Screwballer Hubbell
Scribe
Scriptures volume
Seconds
See above
Slip-up
Some liqueurs
Son, sometimes
Sound system components
Sri Lanka's capital
St. Paul's architect
Start of a selection process
State-of-the-art
Station closing?
Stratagems
Strips blubber
Suffix added to large numbers
Suffix with hand or fist
Sussex suffix
Tad's dad
Tampa-to-Orlando dir.
Telephone ___
Textile trademark
The Hambletonian, e.g.
They may be picked out
They're sometimes split
Three-time hockey M.V.P.
Three-time placer in the 1978 Triple Crown
Tiny particle: Abbr.
Tool points
Trans World Dome player
Unearthly
Urbanite's vacation spot
Word processing command
Words after 'yes'
[Boo-hoo!]
___ breve

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