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Not well? crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of December 23rd, 1999 other clues
Aim
'Tommy' tune
1950 film noir classic
Actor Alejandro
Addams Family member
American League color line breaker
Atlas Mtns. locale
Capture
Capture
Casual greeting
Catherine of 'The Convent'
Certain Wall Streeter, briefly
City south of Gainesville
Clash of heavyweights
Classified, informally
Collapse
Cologne change
Court V.I.P.'s
Distrustful
Eroded
Figure skater, at times
Former South Korean president
Free
Freetown currency unit
Gaggle formation
Gas log, e.g.
Genesis evictee
Gillette product
Grilling technique
H.S. class
Hire
Homer's TV neighbor
Human or alien
It's often reviewed in newspapers
Item in a photog's file
Kisser
Like no-holds-barred sports
Like pine scent, say
Log cutter
Madre's little one
Major's successor
Mil. rank
Mint family member
Mood rings, once
Mushroom variety
Norm
On the way out?
Open-mouthed
Palme ___ (Cannes award)
Pang
Part of an Olympics chant
Penman
Poker variety
Prefix with classic
Ranch extension?
Ready for the operating room
Riviera resort
Royal jelly maker
Sandbag
Scuffle
Self-help classic
Sixth-century date
Slip
Sprite
Stand for
Suddenly stopped working
They just won't fly
They're sometimes twisted
Trans-Siberian Railroad city
Triathletes
Type of argument
What King Arthur's knights wore
Whole slew

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