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New York Times crossword of April 14th, 1997 other clues
'A Doll's House' heroine
'Greetings ___...' (postcard opening)
'Othello' villain
'That hurt!'
'We ___ the Champions' (Queen tune)
'___ la Douce'
'___ of Old Smoky'
60's hairdo
Actor Beatty
Ancient alphabetic character
Basket material
Certain marbles
Criticize formally
Decorated, as a cake
Diamond, of gangsterdom
Flier Earhart
Get straight A's, e.g.
Getting rid of
God of war
Golfer's cry
Good, in street talk
Grande and Bravo
Hardly the brainy type
Hawaii's state bird
He loved Lucy
Hearth residue
Jodie Foster's alma mater
Leave out
Like much testimony
Looks perfect on
Lose some weight
Lot of land
Nears, as a target
Nebbishy comic Sherman
New Orleans cuisine
Not pos.
On dry land
On the up and up
Overhead trains, for short
Palm tree fruits
Part of T.G.I.F.
Pate de foie ___
Place to crash
Pulitzer winner Pyle
Pushed, with 'on'
Puts on the brakes
Quite a rarity
Raison ___
Rigg or Ross
Sculptor Henry
Senor Guevara
Signed off
Silent film star Theda
Singer Guthrie
Stop, in France
Take on, as an employee
The Little Mermaid
Throaty utterance
Up, as the ante
Uses needle and thread
Vanity Fair photographer Leibovitz
Variety shows
Where the Mets meet
Word with head or heart
Writer Lebowitz
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