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New York Times crossword of January 27th, 1999 other clues
'Boola Boola' singer
'Don't ___!'
'Now hear this!': Abbr.
'The House of Dies ___' (Virginia Hamilton Edgar-winning mystery)
1998 Olympics site
Actress Massey
Agrippina's son
Athol Fugard's 'A Lesson From ___'
Attack a sub?
Ben Hur, e.g.
Born, in Bordeaux
Bottled spirit?: Var.
Cataract site
Company, proverbially
Cousin's mother
Culbertson coup
Deduct from
Dolly, for one
Expected to arrive
Fighter with Fidel
First name in advice
Gatling gun feature
Greek salad ingredient
Health haven
Heaps and heaps
It's just for openers
King's domain
Landon of politics
Like Patagonia
Like Silver's rider
Lots of bucks
Mocha's country
Mouse manipulator
Not on the shore
Not shut tight
O.K. in any outlet
Ogee, e.g.
One of the Coen brothers
Org. in old spy stories
Out for the night
Place to surf
Planck's 'thanks'
Popular retirement destination
Rail riders
Rosetta's river
Roth offerings
Royal crown
Schoenberg opera 'Moses und ___'
Showed again
Talk a blue streak?
Tess's seducer in 'Tess of the D'Urbervilles'
They may be on the house
Throw, as dice
Traditional Hanukkah gift
Twist or stomp
U.S. port, or its locale
Undemocratic government
Up to
Using a dragnet
Verb, for example
Wear out the carpet in the waiting room
Work against
Wrinkle remover

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