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Mal de ___ crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of August 24th, 1998 other clues
'Heaven forbid!'
'Mamma ___!'
'The World According to ___'
1963 Paul Newman film
Absolutely confident
Actress Sothern et al.
Alex Trebek, e.g.
All-out response
Amazement
Answer an invitation
Any doctrine
Arafat's grp.
Aviation hero
Beginning
Card markings
Chopping tools
Concoct
Coronado was one
Country north of Chile
Criticize, in 90's slang
Curbside call
Dallas sch.
Dame Rebecca and others
Decimal part of a logarithm
Director Jean-___ Godard
Do as directed
Does a round of nine
Endangered animal in Florida
Fall mos.
Final: Abbr.
Gillette product
Gives under pressure
Glimpsed
Guitar part
Had title to
Hang on the clothesline
Harness racer
Having hair like horses
Hermit
Hick
Hockey legend Bobby
It takes in the sights
Jewelry and gold doubloons, maybe
Like an old empire of 24-Across
Like some stations on a car radio
Marge Schott's team
Menagerie
Messenger ___
Mini's opposite
Monastery titles
Music with a blend of folk and calypso
One of two English queens
Onetime Iranian chief
P.M. periods
Pretends
Put one's foot down
Rescuee's cry
Rich desserts and soap operas, say
River deposit
Sciences' partner
Scottie's bark
Skeptic's comment
Slalom curve
Snake's warning
Strived (for)
Suffix with million
Swahili for 'freedom'
They sometimes accompany photos
Time in history
Tipsy
Tortoise's opponent
Treat lavishly
Turns inside out
Uneven, as leaves
Warm welcome
Went like the dickens
Writer Bombeck

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