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New York Times crossword of February 22nd, 1998 other clues
River through Aragon
Roy Rogers, né Leonard ___
Salami choice
Simmons rival
Sleek, in car lingo
Some choristers
Some computer program sequences
Some wimple wearers
Sound effects in an Indian haunted house?
South American rodent
South American stamp word
Stopover for young Indians?
Store come-on
Switch's partner
Take a powder
Temple of Zeus site
They often accompany ejections
Tot's cry
Trainer's workplace, perhaps
Turning about the vertical
Unappetizing fare
Urban playing site
Vintner's prefix
Vintner's prefix
W.W. I Allied plane
Weigh, with 'over'
West Indies native
What the Indian said after his son's road test?
What the Indian said after taking out a car loan?
Where the Knicks play: Abbr.
Words before 'about'
___ one's heels
It's sometimes 'junk'
Jazz singer Jones
Jordan dropped it in 1949
Kind of bank
Kind of kitchen
Lagoon perimeter
Language of India
Like a body in Newton's first law
Like a jam
Long story
Lorelei Lee's creator
Loyal subject
Make a new connection with
Martian feature
Mekong River capital
Metronome settings
New York 'Place' name
Not happy with
Often underreported income
One of L.B.J.'s beagles
One who takes orders
p., as in Plymouth
Paint remover component
Patch up
PC menu selection
Primitive Indian?
Puffed, as a reefer
Put ___ question
RCA products: Abbr.
Rest stop lineup
Cool drinks
Cornmeal slab
Country name
Current: Prefix
Dangerous strain
Dietary, in ads
Does a warm-up (for)
Downright blue
Drive participants
Ending with iron or tin
Female fowl
Florida city, informally
Former W.B.C. lightweight champion
Former White House nickname
Garment slit
Give off intense light
Hartebeest kin
He caught his adversary's ear
He notched 363 victories
High times?
High times?
Husband of Ops, in myth
Hydroplane part
In condensed format
Indian comic strip character?
Indian weatherman's forecast?
Indian's 'Well, sorr-r-ry!'?
Indian's interpretation of Robert Browning?
Initiated, with 'off'
Instrument superseded by the viol
It may be common
It's found in sticks
'...and shall bring forth ___': Matt.
'Biscuit' introduced in 1912
'Carousel' choreographer
'Fantasia' dancers
'I understand!'
'Oh, go on!'
'Old' country
'Road' film destination
'Stupid ___ stupid does'
'The Capeman' composer
'The Family Circus' cartoonist
'Tom Thumb' star Tamblyn
'Well done!' in Italy
'___ Thief' (1950 movie)
Action at Christie's
Anderson of sitcoms
Author Fleming
Babes in the woods
Bagpipe part
Bibliophilic data
Big name in games
Black and white cartoon character
Bound collection
Brewery fixture
Bridge seats
Bronco's locale
Bunk position
C in a C scale, e.g.
Cary of 'The Princess Bride'
Channel swimmer Gertrude
Citroën model name
College major

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