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New York Times crossword of June 11th, 1998 other clues
Acclaim
'Smooth Operator' chanteuse
'When ___ Love' (Van Halen hit)
A growing concern?
Abbr. in a marathon time
Administer
Aloud
Architect ___ van der Rohe
Assignments
Attempts
Bead material
Bellhop, at times
Beset
Beside oneself?
Big name in gyms
Bone: Prefix
Boombox button abbr.
Botch
Cable inits.
Comic Johnson
Costner's role in 'The Untouchables'
Covers the earth
Director Sidney
Dummy
Dwindled
End of a list of names
Exit
Expensive eggs?
Familiar political promises
First name in beauty
Flying body?
French books
Give a hand
Group with a hint to this puzzle's theme
Jane who stayed at Thornfield
Like some singing
Lincolnesque
Lives
Lurer of sailors, in myth
Make out
Making (out)
Marker
Middling mark
Mideast chief
Mucks
Nostrils
Noted object of a wait
Old-fashioned conveyance
One who can hardly be made out
Operate
Opposite of lead
Order to Fido
Overshadow
Poly-sci subjects
Prefix with thermal
Provides
Scintilla
Shirt sizes
Shows curiosity
Site of a W.W. I Allied victory
Six-foot vis-à-vis five-foot
Skip
Something for nothing
Specialty, so to speak
Squint (at)
Suffix in rock names
Sweethearts
Symbol of thinness
They have bar signs
Things on rings
Thrill
Vane dir.
Vexed
War stat.
Woman of Paris
Wraps up
Xerox products

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