Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (April 20th 1998) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 78 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'Tiny' Archibald
'...and ___ the twain shall meet'
'Born Free' lioness
'Calm down!'
'Leaves of Grass' poet
'Star Wars' princess
'You're the ___ Care For' (1930 hit)
1953 western
1992 movie flop (Not!)
A tractor pulls it
Actress Thurman
Barely beat, with 'out'
Barely beat, with 'out'
BBQer's need
Beer party staple
Big East team
Big-billed bird
Bird in a cornfield
Bring to mind
Broad valley
California's ___ Valley
Capital near Alexandria
Cast pearls before ___
Celebrated bride of 1981
Christopher of 'Superman'
Critters in litters
Do tell
Dolphins' home
Electrical unit named for an inventor
Sidestroke, e.g.
Smell ___ (be wary)
Tennis's Monica
Tetley product
Tiger Beat reader
TV's Letterman
Ukraine's capital
Utility in Monopoly
Vichyssoise ingredient
Fictional candy maker
Flour factory
Former Miss America host Parks
Gave new hands
Get even for
Goal attempt
Grouch's look
Home planet
Italian bread
Joint Chiefs chairman during Desert Storm
Lay down fresh tar
Leave out
Lennon's widow
Like smooth-running machines
Like some undergrad studies
Michael Jackson boast, in a 1987 hit
N.B.A.'s Shaquille
Napoleon's home, briefly
New Zealand bird
Nick of 'North Dallas Forty'
Normandy battle site
Oklahoma city
On the ___ (fleeing)
One-named singer/actress
Pilot's command
Place for a cabin
Rand McNally book
Ready to draw
Reverse of NNW
Rise and shine