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New York Times crossword of December 29th, 1999 other clues
Waitress at Mel's
What 'pneumo-' means
Where Akitas originated
Whole lot
Winter apples
WordPerfect company
Yorkshire river
Lowly laborer
Luxurious place?
Mach I breakers
Mountaineer's worry
Old verb ending
One-named sports legend
Oscar winner for 'Scent of a Woman'
Paul's 'Exodus' role
PBS helper
Person who whistles
Pres. Wilson held one
Puccini soprano
Quip, part 2
Quip, part 3
Rabbit ___
Rubs out
Sentimental, and then some
Set of Brit. tomes
Shade of blue
Siouan speaker
So out, it's in again
Some E.R. cases
Soup holder
Start of a quip
Steamy spots
T.V.A. output
Take the plunge, so to speak
Takes home
To boot
Uncommon sense
Utah city
Vintners' offerings
Vote in Vosges
'Beowulf' beverage
'The Once and Future King' novelist
'___ you happy now?'
Agitated state
Al Capp adjective
Ampersand follower, sometimes
At deuce
Baba ingredient
Be worthy of
Boastful talk
Bonanza finds
Carved gem
Cause: Suffix
Do some postal work
Eclipse phenomenon
End of the quip
France's patron saint
Go ___ over
Graf ___
Groan causers
He married Pocahontas
Hero maker
Herpetologist's subject
Herpetologists' subjects
High dudgeon
Hooch holder
Kind of trip
Labor leader I. W.
Language family that includes Finnish
Like black/white issues
Like some deductions, with 'a'
Lots of lots

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