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Noted portrait subject of Hans Holbein the Younger crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of July 4th, 2003 other clues
'You mean, this isn't waterproof?'
Actress Austin of 'Knots Landing'
Audio problems
Back up again, as a disk
Baggage handler
Billy's nickname
Catch or latch follower
China cabinet displays
Dismissive remarks
Eggnog need
First name in conducting
France's Belle ___
Grable's co-star in 'Moon Over Miami'
Grp. in 60's news
Head home
Hoover, briefly
Hosp. areas
Houston and others
Kind of fuel
Like fine cigars
Like many movies nowadays
Like some golf courses
Linda of 'Jekyll & Hyde'
Mattress feature
Meeting of heads?
Microsoft product introduced in 2001
Mother of Levi and Judah
No easy trips
North Carolina county
Not neat
November honorees
Old verb ending
On the quiet side
One who might be put away
Pastry server
Perfect accord
Person with something to hide
Pet felines
Queens plate setting
Rembrandt and Picasso
Sent, in a way
Setting for William Tell
Sound made by a rapper
Sped off
Still, in verse
Storybook ending?
Sworn secrecy
Symphony that premiered in Vienna in 1805
Telltale ___
They're easily bruised
Three-walled court activity
Title character in a 1986 Woody Allen film
Try to buy, as at Sotheby's
Two-year stretches
Unknown quantity
Unwanted emanations
Watch, say
Wood sugar

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