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New York Times crossword of October 15th, 1999 other clues
'...___ saw Elba'
'But of course!'
'With ___ of thousands'
1990's music genre
1999 hit comedy
A clown may wear it
Actor whose first credited role was in 'Rumble Fish'
Actress Madlyn
Actress Merrill
Ammo in game hunting
Architectural pier
Bouncing off the walls
Cartoonist Jerry, co-creator of Superman
Case of papers
Cause of colonial unrest
City southeast of Fort Dodge
Common girl's middle name
Country name that follows O
Enrichment course
Familiar photo credit
Foreman's superior
German whine
He played Archer Maggott in 'The Dirty Dozen'
Help in climbing
High and mighties
Home of Dickinson College
It can be canned
It takes place in the dark
Like Nod, to Eden
Like some plants
Line of type
Lucifer, for one
Make out
Mountain path site
New Deal prog.
One way to get to work
Part of a policeman's training
Piece in the game Stratego
Poker variation, informally
Prewar activity
Priestly vestments
Quarter of a mille
Settles down for the night
Shows displeasure with
Syncopated musical rhythms
Take to one's room
The bereaved feel it
They come in sheets
Turns sharply
TV sites
Ump's call
Univ. of Virginia player
Up for grabs
Utter gibberish
Weed whacker
What this isn't
Without dissent
Word repeated after 'Que'
Workplace regulator, for short

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