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New York Times crossword of July 4th, 1998 other clues
Quarterback O'Donnell
Really fancy
Reporter's quest
Revere signaler
Shake or break follower
Shoot up
Sound of swift passage
Suffix with disk
They may be narrow
To Shakespeare it was 'honey-heavy'
Union fighter: Abbr.
Use a food mill
Uses an airborne defense
Where a bus passenger might step
Winter treat
Ferret's cousin
Flood mark
Forty-niner's quest
It goes with tails
It may have a twist
Knock off
Laughing stock?
Lead, often
Less reputable
Low card
Met manager, 1950-72
Metallurgist's stock
Museum Folkwang locale
N.B.A. teammate since 1947
Nearing bedtime
Not drawn out
On ___ (equipotent)
One more than 47-Down
One way to serve 18-Across
Paul Claudel's 'Cinq Grandes ___'
Picnic serving
Pixie stick
'A Natural Man' singer, 1971
'Double Indemnity' author
'Civil Disobedience,' e.g.
'Marriage at ___' (Veronese painting)
'My word!'
'___, right!'
1981 N.B.A. M.V.P.
Ball boy or ball girl?
Barrel race participants
Bill ___, the Father of Bluegrass
Brainard, the Absent-Minded Professor
Broadcaster's need
Cager Thorpe
Cairn composition
Couch potatoes, say
Desertions of dogma
Evel Knievel's hometown

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