Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 10th 1998) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 70 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'Heavens ___!'
'Hold Me' country Grammy winner, 1988
'Rouen Cathedral' painter
'The Thief of Baghdad' role
'The Way to Natural Beauty' author, 1980
'Belvedere' artist
'Foundation Trilogy' author
Not kissproof
Nothing ___
Now and again
One of the Tudors
One with awful looks?
Onetime electronics giant
Pal of Pooh
Person thought to bring bad luck
Playwright/novelist Capek
Princess in Woolf's 'Orlando'
Rusty locale
Safire subject
Starting to break down
Statue base
Taking liberty
The end of Plato?
To your heart's content
Tortellini topping
Trigger, for one
TV captain
Vaudevillian, in a way
Warner of Hollywood
Yerby's 'A Rose for ___ Maria'
10,000 words, perhaps
1934 Hall and Nordhoff adventure novel
4:00 service
Abalone eater
Ace place?
Bad atmosphere
Bugs chaser
By birth
Can't help but
Candid, perhaps
Cartoon character who says 'You eediot!'
Common female middle name
Corporate image
Cut off
Deadly desire
Eager to try
Egad, e.g.
Falls off the wagon
Having little exposure
Highball ingredient
Its rattle is threatening
Just around the corner
Key abbr.
Key material
Kind of coal or coat
Like mud
Like one
Makes out
Monks' head
Mountain known locally as Chomolungma
North Sea port