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New York Times crossword of February 18th, 2004 other clues
'Buzz off!'
'Charlotte's Web' author
'Concentration' puzzle
'Go ahead, ask!'
'I'm so glad!'
'Love ___ Sickness' (Daniel poem)
'Monty Python' airer
'Seinfeld' uncle
'You are not!' retort
'___ is human ...'
Accede to the district attorney, perhaps
Ad ___
Aladdin's sidekick
Bad coffee, informally
Bench locale
Blow the whistle (on)
Caddie, basically
Casino slickster
Chang's twin
Comics shriek
Dangerous cargo, in modern lingo
Expo '70 site
Five iron
Gave the go-ahead
Genesis firstborn
Gold rush territory
Humble reply
In a lather
Instant message recipient, maybe
Iron-pumper's unit
Like some eels or catfish
Like some wells and lectures
Like unlucky toreadors
Lobster eggs
Low Countries locale
Major fiction
Makes aquatints
Margarita feature
Maritime grp.
Mark, as a trail
Met number
Mork's leader on 'Mork & Mindy'
Much traveled
Nae sayer
Opposite of endo-
Panama and porkpie
Place for cocktails
Ratify by stamping
Road shoulder
RoboCop, e.g.
Sensation, slangily
Sheriff's party?
Shout from the sidelines on TV
Shows contempt for
Sitcom newsman Baxter
Sleek, in car talk
State Dept. figure
Sugary cocktail
Take captive
Toaster treat
Trouble constantly
Two-door conveyance
Visibly shocked
W.W. II ally
What 17- and 37-Across and 11- and 25-Down each comes to?
Writer who's in the minority

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