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New York Times crossword of February 6th, 1998 other clues
Part of NATO: Abbr.
Playboy types, for short
Potatoes' places
Practice piece
Sargon II's god
See 17-Across
Senate attire
Some kind of a nut
Sort of sausage
Summer cooler
Tennis highlights
Trying to get attention
Turn-of-the-century year
Vague notions
Western native
Win over
Wine: Prefix
With 29-Across, a tongue twister, in brief
Without much color
Words after 'brotherhood,' in brief
Writer Sholem
Apostles' adoption
'From Here to Eternity' novelist
'Heartbreak House' writer
A.F.C. player, in brief
Actress Georgia
Anarchist Nicola
Aquatic shocker
Bad impressions?
Biblical woman from Bethlehem
Break out
Bring into play
Brittle-shelled Chinese fruit
Bucky Beaver's brand, in old ads
Celluloid terrier
Comic scream
Contents of some buckets
Davis of 'Thelma & Louise'
Emulate 22-Across
Error indicator
Eve Arden's real first name
Fam. member
Familiar aspiration
Fifth-century warrior
Film director Gilbert ___
Floral ring
Genesis to Deuteronomy
Historic starter
Idea to pursue
Kind of number
Kind of wheel
Labor leader's cry
Lacking the knack
Literary inits.
Low-stress types
More than 'hmmm!'
Nitti's nemesis
Novelist Nathanael and family
One of the Waltons
Pain-in-the-neck producer

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