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New York Times crossword of October 11th, 1998 other clues
First name in westerns
Follower of Jean?
Four-time Japanese prime minister
French possessive
Golf ball position
Got on
Ground breaker
Gunfire sound
Had a row?
Hand holder?
Hand tool that uses compression
Hires, e.g.
Holliday partner
Hot under the collar
Inits. on a rocket
Is down with
Island southeast of Grenada
It's often heard on Sun.
Javits Center architect
Jessica or Hope
John in court
Kind of belt
Lake activity
Leg up
Like antiques at an auction
Like many an old bucket
Like the fox among all beasts
Like the Titanic
List ender
Literary inits.
Rock's ___ Speedwagon
Salty sauce
Scout groups
See 114-Down
See 17-Down
Sign of healing
Soprano in 'Louise'
Soundless communication: Abbr.
Stamina, so to speak
Sudden burst
Suffix with hotel
Superhero accessory
They have no sting
They're big in boardrooms
Toast topper
Two caplets, e.g.
Up to, informally
Whaler's wear
With 113-Down, a roadside sight
Work unit
Working, in a way
'Is that a ___?'
1967 U.S. clay court champion
'No sirree'
'M*A*S*H' logo, e.g.
'Ragtime' writer
1970's P.M.
Absorbed, as a cost
Already in Paris
Aquarium fish
Art Deco illustrator
Basketwork fiber
Big display
Brought (in)
Cheat on
Cheer at the end of a dance
City in central Israel
Collector's stash
Command for D.D.E.
Computer typesetter
Cookie ___
Cup part
D.C. body
Deal preceder
Deplorably poor
Draws out
Dreadlocks feature
Dutch landscapist ___ Mauve
Easily tamed bird
Eats voraciously
Edvard Munch Museum site
European auto import
Ferrara family name
Lots and lots
Make over
Meaning of two dots and a bar, in music
More sloping
More than forgetful
Mother a pane in the backside?
Mother a pasty vassal?
Mother a small fry?
Mother some babblers?
Mother someone who's really awful?
Mother too much?
Mothering sort
Near ___
Not cultured
Not fooled by
Nothing on the court
One that sheds
Pack-'em-in children's game
Parade decoration
Part of a pilot's plan: Abbr.
Parts of a 95-Across
Party times
Persian Gulf sight
Phosphate, e.g.
Physicist who pioneered electromagnetism
Poet Thaxter
Pontiac classics
Prevent from practicing
Record making
Reno and Kennedy, e.g.: Abbr.
Rock and roll prerequisite

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