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New York Times crossword of August 8th, 1999 other clues
Country with modern Africa's first female head of state
Designed for flight
Distinctive profile
Doughnut filler
Dutch city NW of Arnheim
Early stage
Emmy-winning Lewis
Engaged in a coven's rite
Feminine jazz group?
First bishop of Paris
French business partner, maybe
Genesis name
Grp. that holds an open house
Handy miss?
High-tech suffix
Holiday preparation
Inept person
It may be laid down in church
It may be tapped
It shows the head of José Morelos
It's usually played first
J.F.K. guesstimate
Lake of the Ozarks river
Land of 147 mill.
Like a Mel Brooks movie
Like Hitler
Like Nash's lama
Like Shelley's 'sister of the spring'
Like some Asian-Americans
Low grade
Socially challenged person
Some miles away
Stein of the Comedy Channel
Stick to
Street fleet
Tennis score
Times Square sign
TV's 'Emerald Point ___'
Twiddled one's thumbs
Unbelieving lady?
Unpopular kids
Wait on
Washing instructions site
What's what in Spain
Wheel man
When some news shows air
Where 17-Down originated: Abbr.
Worked like Arachne
Workers need them: Abbr.
Writer's block?
Yours, en français
___ good turn
___ Walton League (conservation group)
'Geronimo,' e.g.
'Rule Britannia' composer
'Is that so!'
'Hänsel und Gretel,' e.g.
'Macbeth' witch
'See ya'
'When I Was ___'
'___ Tu' (1974 hit)
A PC may use it
A prof. may have them
Actor Johnny
Actress Getty
Address abbr.
Article in Stern
Attention ___
Bacteriologist Salk
Ballet practice
Beat on eBay
Beef on the hoof
Beethoven symphony
Bell ringer
Big name in Top 40
Bit of sweat
Bottom of a ring
Brilliant feats
Carbo-loading meal
China ___
Classic Caesar/Gershwin tune of 1919
Classic role-playing game, informally
Classical literary works
Common woman?
Many truckers
Metro map abbr.
Mr. Minderbinder of 'Catch-22'
N.J. post
New girl on the block?
Not final
Not fixed
Novelist Frances Parkinson ___
O. Henry surprise
Old curiosity shop stock
Old navigation instrument
Old photo print
Old terr.
On target
Overseas title: Abbr.
Part of a religious title
Personification of the sea, in myth
Personification of the sun, in myth
Poor soil ingredient
Press hard on
Protection from a storm
Related on one's mother's side
River through the Savoy Alps
Rolls up
Run out
Saved, in a way
Sent unwanted E-mail
Servant's list
Shoe specification
Sign of secrecy
Silo contents, for short

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