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New York Times crossword of April 17th, 2001 other clues
Proficiency
Pull down
Put up
Quaver or semiquaver
Quik ingredient
Resort near Snowbird
Résumé info
S on a dining table
School with historic playing fields
Sci. class
Sets of points
Shakespeare's theater
Single-handedly
Small estate?
Small fry
Steak defect
The 'U' of UHF
Venus de ___
Verges on
Verve
When doubled, a Washington city
Where a star might lead?
Witness
Words said with a nod
Zap
___ Tower
___ von Bismarck
Alphabetizes, e.g.
'Come, come'
'I smell ___'
'Keep it in'
'___ the season ...'
Abbr. on a shingle
August 1 birth
Basketball defense
Bowl over
Bring back in
British sports cars
Brother's word?
Burn soother
Cooling off
Currier's partner
Daffy
Disentangle
Duck aside?
Element in arc lamps
Firefighter Red
Fixes a seam, say
Four-in-hand, for one
Hive material
Inspiration for 'Wheel of Fortune'
Jet engine problem
Keen about
Kind of nut
Kindling?
Kitchen rack?
Ladder danger
Little chirper
Majorette's need
Make a face
McGwire specialty
Miscellany
Money guru Greenspan
Most arias
Muse of history
Nobelist Wiesel
Norma Webster's middle name
Not completely
Not outspoken
Novelist Morrison
One in a black suit
Oodles
Outcome of many a chess promotion
Paris's home, in myth
Pressing one's suit?

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