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New York Times crossword of February 1st, 1998 other clues
Modern office staples
Mount Vernon, e.g.
My, to Mimi
Neckwear accessory
O'Donnell and Perez
Ostracized one
Places for coats
Practical joke
Prelude to a hickey
Prepare to land
Province of Spain
Put ___ fight
Quite a while
Race car sponsor
Ready to spit
River near Chantilly
Rum-soaked cake
School orgs.
Sheriff Lobo portrayer
Singer Peggy
Slangy tag-team member
Slaps a new head on
Slick, so to speak
Snail trail
Some pops: Abbr.
Sorry individual
Subj. of 60's protest
Summer getaway, perhaps
Tall, slender hound
Talus area
The less-used end
Gallery event
Glove fabric
Goes limp
Goes limp
Govt. property org.
Grouper grabbers
Handle a joystick
Have the guts
He helped topple Batista
He's a weasel
Hockey's Lindros
Hollywood dive?
Human-powered taxi
I love: Fr.
In post-career mode: Abbr.
Infamous Roman
Initiated, legally
It can be fresh or hot
Jackson and Leigh
Jamaican sect member
Jersey Standard's other name
Key of Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 3
Kind of alcohol
Knot-tying place
Lead pumper
Like R. L. Stine stories
Like some triangles
Lively intelligence
Loss-prevention device
Mary of Peter, Paul and Mary
Mastic, for one
'At 1 P.M. ___ will sing...'
'...a tune from one of their ___'
'...on the subject of ___'
'...starring ___...'
'...unless ___'
'And at 7 P.M. there'll be a showing of the 60's film ___...'
'At 11 A.M. ___ will speak'
'At 3 P.M. President Clinton will ___...'
'At 5 P.M. the Philatelic Society will discuss some ___'
'At 9 A.M. breakfast will be supplied by ___'
'Dies ___'
'___, the heavens were opened': Matt. 3:16
12th-century poet
1984 Peace Nobelist
Abbr. on a Mayberry envelope
Actress Suzanne
Actress Ward
Ambient music pioneer
TV dog
Underground systems
Unusually smart
Uzbek sea
Wage news
Without form
Without foundation
Wound with sound
Writer Singer and inventor Singer
[see other side]
Axis Powers, once
Ball partner
Barcelona buck
Basic: Abbr.
Big letters in public broadcasting
Boarding place
Brick baker
British gun
Call to action
Case workers: Abbr.
Caterpillar hairs
Christina's dad
City on the Ganges
Cobbler's need
Collins juice
Colorful spiral seashell
Columbus, for one: Abbr.
Comics sound
Dam agcy.
Dance invitation response
Dario Fo forte
Dentists' kids, probably
Dr. Scholl products
Drives forward
Europe/Asia dividers
Familiars, often
Fashion house ___-Picone
Film changes
Fire escape route
First name among sopranos
First name in TV talk

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