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Hollywood bigwig Michael crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of April 1st, 2004 other clues
'Gunsmoke' star
'Picnic' playwright
*'If only!'
*Apollo 17 was the last one
*Buckeye beauty
*Get a closeup of
*Let me make one thing perfectly clear,' e.g.
*Lottery player's happy shout
*Meat loaf recipe instruction
14 years before the Battle of Hastings
Airport route
Animation figure
Area of South Africa
Black, in poetry
Blood-typing abbr.
Boo follower
Book of hexagrams
C.I.A. director under Clinton and Bush
Cause for a blessing
Certain cap source
Change for a Jefferson
Chew on
College sweater letter
Cries of pain
Dance related to the cha-cha
Doesn't handle pressure well
Exerciser's target
Having a little kick
How the answers to this puzzle's starred clues all appear
In a bit
Irish P.M. Bertie
Just ___ on the map
Keats subject
Like a song of lament
Like the answers to this puzzle's starred clues
Looks embarrassed
Make up (for)
Means of detection
Neeson of 'Nell'
Not be alert
Old White House inits.
One in charge of a ship's rigging
One of a migrating herd
Palm for thatching
Portia to Brutus, e.g.
Queen Amidala's home in 'Star Wars' films
Roy portrayed in 'Angels in America'
Shore bird
Simmering, perhaps
Some KFC orders
Subject of a Donne quote
Thin strips
This year's recruits, figuratively
TV neigh-sayer?
U.S.P.S. cargo: Abbr.
Units of capacitance
Wallace who wrote 'Ben-Hur'
Was artificially cooled, for short
Word with waste and want
___ al-Fayed, friend of Princess Diana
___ can of worms

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