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New York Times crossword of July 17th, 1998 other clues
Charm
Composer Bruckner
Côtes du Rhône and others
Cuisinart precursor
Cut off
Diacritical mark
Down (on)
Expert
Famous mathematical curiosity
Flip, as a top
Geometrician's study
Good bridge locale
Great Rift Valley locale
Half a cartoon couple
Hard to believe
Hearty entree
Hole number
I.R.S. worker
Invigorating words
J.F.K. watchdog
Kind of eraser
Kind of wrestling
Kitchen extension
Lord's Prayer
Made
Major birth news
Nestea competitor
Nine-digit ID's
Not lost or destroyed
Noted town in Buckinghamshire
Nurse's aid
Old-fashioned adventurism
Bottom of the crankcase
#1 foreign-language song of 1958
'Wheel of Fortune' request
1994 World Cup host
A.A.R.P. members
Be seen by, in a vision
Buddy
Bulrush
Captive of Hercules
Certain craving
One of the Near Islands
Part of a boa
Part of a Latin trio
Permission paper
Phantoms
Prof. helpers
Sarah, Duchess of ___
Send
Simple signatures
Some football teams
Stings
Struggling rural worker
Tracks, of a sort
Trim
Vent sound
Volleyball player
Waited upon
Winningest southpaw in major-league history
Woman with a cause
Words of reassurance
World War II danger
Worry, perhaps
Wretched

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