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New York Times crossword of April 17th, 2003 other clues
'Haystacks' painter
'My Three Sons' son
'You bet!'
'___ dreaming?'
1999 film whose title is a hint to this puzzle's theme
An exec may have one
Bell rung at evening
Breathing aid
Cake feature, sometimes
Chicago suburb
Cocoon dwellers
Contacts quickly, perhaps
Debtors' burdens
Dog to beware of
Drink that may be a double
Drowning person's need
Elmore of basketball
End of ___
English colonist in Virginia
Female vampires
Flapjack places, familiarly
German 'never'
Guanaco relatives
Insult response
It's just above G
Its capital is St.-Étienne
Kind of kick
Large knife
Laugh syllable
Less covered
Like Laredo, largely
Mid 11th-century date
Move laterally
Not had by
Old spy org.
One sip, say
Ones involved in dust-ups?
Ones with iron hands
Pavement caution
Perpetual, poetically
Pigeon shelters
Plating choice
Proceed proudly
Prussian pronoun
Punchers' entertainment
Relative of a 29-Down
Reputed founder of tragic drama
Showed dizziness
Shut out
Skin: Prefix
Small shot
Some B.M.O.C.'s
Spoonbills do it
Subj. of some amateur photography
Suffix with legal
Talk about heaven, perhaps: Abbr.
Taylor of 'The Nanny'
Temple of Literature locale
The Quechua, e.g.
They may be in stitches
Vivacious wit
What las novelas are written in
Wise to
With a lot of nerve
Young ___

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