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New York Times crossword of May 24th, 1998 other clues
'Fairy tale'
'Fancy that!'
'Grab ___!'
'My Cup Runneth Over' singer, 1967
'Puh-lease!'
'Speak!' response
'What Kind of Fool ___'
1970 hit 'Hitchin' ___'
Access the Web
Alien force, briefly
Andy Capp's wife
Architect's job?
Arouse again
Authority, metaphorically
Automatons
Ball park licensee
Ballyhoo
Bamboozle
Barbara Stanwyck film 'Woman ___'
Bear
Belief
Bench locale
Best-selling author Carr
Blockhead
Blows the joint
Bombeck of 'At Wit's End'
Builds
Bygone music genre
Cessation
Chaney, the Man of a Thousand Faces
Chatterboxes
Chemical suffix
Chinese dynasty when Jesus lived
Cinch
City in Kyrgyzstan
Classical decorative object
Clinker
Clock std.
Covered with goo
Decked out
Disrespects
Drive
Egghead
El ___
Ends of letters, briefly
Ends of letters, briefly
Exterior lineman
Feather packer's job?
Fence builder's job?
Fliers with narrow waists
Forsaken
Fortas and Lincoln
Gallery event
Gardner of 'The Snows of Kilimanjaro'
Generic
Giving the once-over
Green hole
Guerrilla's campaign
Hack
Hosp. hot spots
Isaac's eldest
It's fit to be tried
It's not free of charge
Judge's cry
Just like ewe?
Kind of drum
Kind of I.R.A.
Landers and others
Least bit of concern
Leaves
Leaves
Like an empty ship at sea
Like some lenses
Like some pitches
Like some Swift writing
Like some vases
Lipton rival
Long in politics
Longing
Lowdown
Magnifies
Main ingredient in a Monte Carlo
Maintain, as attention
Make more precipitous
Make muffs
Manager of five straight World Series champions
Mercury org.
Middle: Prefix
Minds, with 'to'
Mozart solo feature
Natl. Popcorn Poppin' Month
Offends olfactorily
One catching his opponent's ear?
One with a light workload?
Oscillograph inventor Karl
Photo process
Poet laureate of 1692
Poet's concern
Politician's job?
Pollen bearers
Potential space colony activity
Pre-Columbian Peruvian
Purpose
Push to the limit
Put in plaintext
Puts to flight
Reagan prog.
Rock projection
Roots may need this
Rousing cheer
Runners' location
Screen
Sculptor's job?
Sen. Gaylord ___, who originated Earth Day
Servicewoman, acronymically
Shoe color
Singed parts, usually
Singer profiled in 'Sweet Dreams'
Snagged
Some TV spots
Something to chew on
Spring locales
Start of something big
Stealthy
Steeple musician's job?
Storied raider
Strip
They're driven in droves
Time div.
Time for les vacances
Tudor queen
Unit of 97-Across
VCR button
Want
Warmly welcomes, perhaps
Winner's look
Word before 'go'
Writer Ferber
Zane Grey classic
___ Park, N.Y.
___-Magnon

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