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New York Times crossword of April 14th, 2002 other clues
'Baywatch' event
'Frasier' dog
'I get it!'
'Sunflowers' setting
'The Confessions of Nat Turner' writer
'To your health!'
'You ___' (Lionel Richie hit)
'___ Believer'
007 portrayer
1970 #1 album
1988 Olympics site
African biter
American ___
Arab leader
Archer of note
Balances (out)
Bar game
Big name in Olympics skiing
Busy activity
California's Fort ___ Dunes
Cape ___ Islands
Capital of the Asturias kingdom of early Spain
Chant syllables
City down the coast from West Palm
Comedy's Cleghorne and others
Complete array
Courtly Arthur
Curtain holder
Didn't bother
Don Drysdale book 'Once ___, Always a Dodger'
Doubting comments
Early name in home computers
Eastern tie?
Echo producer, maybe
Falco of 'The Sopranos'
Fancy desk
Fast sweepers
Fermented beverage used as an aperitif
Football official
Fortified position offering protection from enemy fire
Fresh, as recruits
Governmental appointee
Green stuff
Half Moon, e.g.
Handle: Lat.
High spot
Hill climber, of sorts
In a 90-Across way
Isn't put to use
It may be snapped in a kitchen
Jacques of song
Job ad inits.
Lead-in for boy or girl
Lend ___
Like bluebell leaves
Like Bruckner's Symphony No. 7
Like some 1960's fashion
Like some stocks: Abbr.
Like some tennis shots
Lindstrom and Zadora
Lose it
Magazine opening?
McBride of 'Boston Public'
Much weekend TV fare
Nautical heading
Novelist Leonard
Office staffs?
Old land south of the Dead Sea
Old strings
Oldies player
One who might get a little chow
Order for a thirsty group
Ordinary in the extreme
Paul McCartney, for one
Peewee who wasn't so small
Perennial Olympics powerhouse: Abbr.
Pet form of José
Popped up
Prefix with phobia
Prefix with sphere
Prefix with structural
Pull strings?
Put away
Rap's Dr. ___
Reassuring words
Record holder?
Relating to form
Response to a naysayer
Roughly that
Scot who invented a vacuum bottle
Sea predators
Seventh-century date
Sitarist Shankar
Some Surrealist art
Sorority letter
Source of income for some
Speaker booster
Special times
Spring, summer and fall
Stat for Jeff Bagwell
Suffix with Dixie
Summer music
Summer wear
Taco belles?: Abbr.
These, to Tomás
They may be wild
Time for 'Taps'
To you, to Yves
Trevanian novel 'The ___ Sanction'
Unsavory one
Very important
Wall St. type
Where bulrushes grow
Worry, informally
___ caddy
___ dixit (allegation)
___ the party
___ vitriol (sulfuric acid)

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