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New York Times crossword of April 27th, 1997 other clues
'...___ cost to you!'
'And I Love ___'
'Die Meistersinger' soprano
'If ___ broke...'
'Lord's Prayer' pronoun
'Peanuts' boy
'That's impossible!'
'The Canterbury Tales' pilgrim
'The Witching Hour' author
'You come here often?' e.g.
'___ not back in an hour...'
'___ serious?'
1955 Wimbledon and U.S. Open champ
20 Questions category
51-Across, for one
A.T.M. need
According to
Adler of Sherlock Holmes stories
Amounts to carry
Any car, affectionately
As the crow cries
Back way
Bank worry
Big balls
Braggart's vacation?
Brazilian national hero
Bridge support
Brunch fare
Campus cafeteria arrangement
Certain neurotransmitter
City of Brittany
Collateral, maybe
Common alarm clock setting
Computer key
Coordinate in the game battleships
Counselor at Troy
Cousin of the xylophone
Curtis and others
Dickens boy
Dorsal part of the midbrain
Fades (out)
Fine porcelain
Finely done
Flip through a magazine?
Florida Congressman ___ Hastings
Foe of the Sioux
Force behind a magazine?
Fraction of an inch
From the capital of Eritrea
From the source
G, F and C
Get a 3 on a 3, e.g.
Get tough
Gets mentioned by a magazine?
Gets the short end of the stick
Goddess mentioned in 'The Raven'
Gracing a magazine's cover?
Green card, informally
Held off
Herons' haunts
Jazz group member
Left-lane type
Like an oversized magazine?
Like some sports contracts
Make it
Manx or Persian
Mars's opposite
Merchant Nordstrom
More fitting
Movie segment
Near, in Niedersachsen
Neighbor of Mauritania
News locale of 5/28/53
Ninja's motion
Old car with a 409 engine
One First Lady's maiden name
One magazine's view?
Operation locations, for short
Orange County city
Piece of disinformation
Piedmont wine city
Point of depression
Poultry plant worker
Powerful Washington lobby
Prefix with god
Prominent U.S. mayor
Recent fighter
Red Sea nation
Resign, as an office
Returnee's 'hello!'
Rubber roller
Saddam Hussein, e.g.
Sandwich filler
Says a myth that's amiss?
Sheepskin holder
Shining example?
Show biz group
Silver filling?
Sinners do it
Soft drink brand
Some professors
Southeast Asian tongue
Spill, as blood
Spots, biblically
St. Patrick's locale
Stiller's comedy partner
Switzerland's ___ Leman
They're useful in making contacts
Three-time Masters winner
U.S.S.R. successor
Under: Prefix
When repeated, comment to an apologizer
Where Montego Bay is
X's on a map

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