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Mantel piece crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of May 4th, 1997 other clues
Skirt style
Some bands
Some Canadian fliers
Some speech sounds
Stubborn
Symphonic poem inventor
Take the grand prize
Tampa-to-Jacksonville dir.
They roll on a Rolls
Thrust forward
Uncomplicated
Vegan morsels
Walker, briefly
Warm, so to speak
Was upset and then some
Way up a hill
Willy Wonka creator
With 106-Across, phrase said with a sneer
With 3-Down, features of some ads
With 30-Across, where to find a snowcap
With 38-Down, almost positive
With 63-Across, pretty good
With 75-Across, unmentionables
Without means of support?
Words to live by
Wounds
Wounds with words
Year in Edward the Confessor's reign
___ Khan
___ uproar
'___ coffee?'
'Enemies, A Love Story' actress
'I've heard enough!'
'If I ___ betting man...'
'The Bell Jar' writer
'Who'll volunteer?'
'___ each life...'
'___ It Kinda Fun' (1945 song)
'___ joy keep you' (start of a Sandburg poem)
Actionable statements
Actor Conrad of old films
African ranger
Allegedly at fault
Arrive, but just barely
Astaire and Rogers, e.g.
Big snowfall
Bonelike
Book after Amos: Abbr.
British isles
Call to attention
Classified information?
Clockmaker Thomas
Clothes line
Colo. neighbor
Colored
Comics cry
Cousin of 'Omigod!'
De ___ hotel
Democrat's opponent?
Don Juan's mother
Drops
Dusseldorf donkey
Early comic writer
Emergency room cases, for short
Exhaust
F.C.C. concerns: Abbr.
Feeler
Fire damage
Fish usually caught in the winter
Flake off
Name in book publishing since 1943
NATO capital
Nice 'n Easy maker
Noble
North of Virginia
Northern capital
O.K.'d: Abbr.
Old White House moniker
One way to get things down
Oner
Onetime Olympics host
Opening for a dermatologist
Oriole's origin
Out of action
Parenthesis, essentially
Parlor piece
PBS supplier
Platy propellers
Pod used in cooking
Pound sound
Prior to, poetically
Prismatic, as a stone
Proof of ownership
Puffed up
Puts forth
Revolutionary turned politico
Saint in Brazil
See 116-Across
See 27-Across
See 39-Down
See 55-Across
See 67-Down
See 81-Across
Sharp-toothed creatures
Shepherd's setting
French department or river
French surname start
Friend for Rover or Fido
Gets rid of, as stock
Gil Blas's creator
God offended by Daphnis
Gray of 'Gray's Manual of Botany'
Had to do with
Halls of music
Hardly a fop
Having no spark left
Hello, of sorts
In ___ (harmonious)
Is of value, colloquially
It's added to the bill
Jack
Jack Mercer supplied his voice
Jai ___
Jocular suffix
Judge to be
Kick up ___ (complain)
Kind of personality
King Harald's father
Knight fight
Lecherlike
Like Jack
Linguist Mario
Livestock feed
Lose forward momentum
Lt.'s inferior
Mad as a hornet
Many years
Medley
Most blue?

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