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Iranian city crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of March 1st, 1998 other clues
Bats
Batting a thousand
Body build
Cabbage collector, for short
Certain vertebrae
Chevy Chase title role
Church projection
Conclusion of many a poet?
Contend, colloquially
Correction section
Crag
Crinkly cloth
Crows
Derbies
Derby doings
Designer Simpson
Did derbies
Displaces
Don't waste
Ebon
Emmy-winning Rob
Fictional Dinsmore and Venner
Fighting force
Filmdom's Robert and Alan
Flatten, in Britain
Forum wear
Friend of Coleridge
General assemblies
Give a hoot
Give off
Give off
Good earth
Grab
Old-timer, of sorts
Open wide
Opinion of Keats poetry?
Outdated poet suffix
Pen
People
Perfume billed as 'The forbidden fragrance'
Peruvian Sumac
Pesky insect
Pew locale
Poet's favorite 1972 hit?
Poet's outlook on life?
Poetic contraction
Pointless
Portuguese city
Promotional overkill
Protected, in a way
Provincial capital in the Dominican Republic
Reaches over
Relevant, to lawyers
Result of poetic license?
Roar of the crowd
Roof type
Sacred poem
Sans nuts, e.g.
See 34-Across
Senator of 1967 censure
Shakespearean couplet description?
She's married...with niños
Some 'Aïda' singers
Sooner migrant
Springs
St. John, e.g.
Stand at wakes
Stand at wakes
Hankered
Hi-fi buys
High: Prefix
Hitches
Horse height measure
Hose hue
It's got ewe covered
It's played with matches
Jeff's '77 Sunset Strip' partner
Job preceder
Joust contestant
Khartoum's country
Kinetic art form
King of a Handel oratorio
Krupp works site
Kyrgyzstan's ___ Mountains
Labor activist Chavez
Lance
Lead head?
Lowly ones
Lowly ones
Machinating
Manx 'Thanks!'
Many people sit around it
Meal starter
Mercury : Sable :: Ford : ___
Merlin of football and TV
More than simmer
Need to reimburse
Neighbor of Turkey
Next
Noble, in Nuremberg
Objective
Stand for Steen
Substance in soaps
Suffix akin to -ity
Swindle
Tailor's tool
Tailor's tool
Talk about Tennyson poems?
Tamper-resistant
Tel. listing abbr.
Ticked (off)
Too hot for tots
Unconfirmed reports
Venetian official, once
Vow taker
What a disaffected Japanese poet might become?
'Taras Bulba' author
What one gets reading poetry?
Wild things
'Brain Trust' Prez
'Eleni' director Peter
'Ford ___ better idea' (old slogan)
Winged
'Hard Lines' poet
With 68-Down, 'Fame' actress
Xylophone striker
'Odyssey' peak
'The Fisher King' director
'The Gondoliers' nurse
'___ can eat!'
10,000,000 ergs
Abide
Actress Long
All there
Arabs, Hebrews, etc.
Atomic
Babylon's land
Bacchus attendant
Bats

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