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New York Times crossword of September 18th, 1999 other clues
'High Sierra' actress
'Knowing Me, Knowing You' group
32d in a noted series
A Howard
A.C.C. powerhouse
Aldous Huxley's '___ and Essence'
Algiers area
Already turned
Banquet, e.g.
Beef stock?
Big sister?
Blue Cross alternative
Burning up
Capital in 1999 news
County name in eight, mainly Midwest, states
Direct mail abbr.
Get entangled in details, with 'down'
Go downhill in a hurry
Great Lakes port of entry
Guiding light?
Hostile to
Hot flick?
It may be heard after littering
It may be on a door
It may come from a door
Kind of meeting
Kind of top
Lady, e.g.
Like chopsticks
Like private lessons
Make room, maybe
Many chiliads
Not make any progress
Occasion for tear gas, maybe
Parental command
Parmenides' home
Pitcher's accessory
Plane's parking place
Potpourri ingredient
Prosodic pauses
Quilts, say
Respond to a haymaker
Route abbr.
Runaways, often
Sailboat accompanying a bigger ship
Séance doings
Seniors may use them
Short blast
Small quantity?
Some Indian homes
Stick (to)
Student-focused org.
The Sons of Liberty opposed it
They go from station to station
They're unproductive
They're well-heeled
To the extent that

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