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New York Times crossword of February 27th, 1999 other clues
First rank
Gas: Prefix
Heart starter
Hip-hop, e.g.
Immunization letters
Irish ___
It may help one choose sides
James Whitcomb Riley's beloved home
Kind of test
Like some twins
Lowly one
Make one's hair stand on end?
Marks, as a ballot
New Age music pioneer
North Yorkshire river
One of the 20 brightest stars
Prefix with sac
Product of a pot still
Retired racehorse, maybe
Rial spender
Sen. Schumer represents it: Abbr.
Serious Lewis Carroll topic
'L'Oca ___ Cairo' (Mozart opera)
Arthur Rubinstein's birthplace
1977 American League M.V.P.
'The Fathers' novelist
24-Down town where Cole Porter was born
Beatrix Potter's Puddle-Duck
Butte-to-Great Falls dir.
Colored part
Composer Janácek
Consumer Reports employees
Course concluder
Crazy Horse, e.g.
Daughter of James II
Early afternoon time
Egyptian god of the universe
Expose, in verse
Farm animal
Shakespearean actor Edmund
Short coming?
Site of Wake Forest University
Smoke, essentially
Some rabbis
Sons of Leda
Sons of Rhea Silvia
Student's purchase
Superior to
Switzerland's second most populous canton
Tail: Prefix
Ten centimes, once
The Godhead and others
They'll never get off the ground
What a knockout!
What a pageboy does
Writer who coined the phrase 'categorical imperative'
y and z, e.g.
___ Tha ('The King and I' role)

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