Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 21st 1998) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 76 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Goes head-to-head
Grape place
Greek metropolis?
Greek's chant on a trireme?
Greek's fanciful thinking?
Greek's lessening of anxiety?
Green's prefix
Guitar relative
Hearing, say
Heavenly host?
Humbly yielding
Italian sauce
Like hieroglyphics
Local lingo
Lofty works
Longtime Bears coach George
Love to death
Make after expenses
Make eyes, maybe
Mess ___
Moving needs
Narrow vents
Nodded answer
Nonmuscular parts
North of Virginia
Noted Japanese-American
O.K.'s from city hall
Old English dialect
Olympus Mons site
One making twists and turns
One who no longer has life?
One-a-Day ingredient
Part of some E-mail addresses
Perform a Thanksgiving task
Phrase of commitment
Pitch indicator
Potpie ingredients
Power Rangers and such
Result of a bad bite?
Sacred bird of the Nile
Sensitive area
Shark, so to speak
Shoulder extension
Some good hands
Superdome team
Swallow-tailed bird
Terry McMillan's 'Waiting to ___'
There are five per foot
These may be fine
Tipped individual
Tool for a prisoner's escape, maybe
Traditional pooch name
Trig. ratio
U. of Maryland athletes
Unable to eat another bite
Where dos get done
___ Lanka
'Cheers' waitress
'ER' command
'___ your pardon!'
Best Actress of 1961
Bit of jazz
Cold capital
Dale's man
Drinking and others
Express glee