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New York Times crossword of February 27th, 2002 other clues
'Where's Daddy?' dramatist
'Alfred' composer
'Doggone it'
'I did it!'
'Sprechen ___ Deutsch?'
'Takes ___ know ...'
1990-92 French Open winner
Abbey Theatre playwright
Alitalia destination
Alive with talk
Ancient concert halls
And, e.g.: Abbr.
Ashcroft's predecessor at Justice
B-2 letters
Basketball coach Holman
Big bovines
Box office take
Broadway producer Liz, Tony winner for 'Elephant Man' and 'Amadeus'
Cattle rancher's tool
Chicken ___
Computer key abbr.
Cool cat
Court seat
Cross letters
Dancer's dress
David Bowie genre
Digital document outputter
Doc bloc
E.P.A. concern: Abbr.
Earl Hines, familiarly
Excavation find
Fair spot
Fake drake
Fan mag
Fifth and others
For dieters
French 101 word
Further shorten, maybe
Goose egg
Gulf port
HCl and others
Hive's head
Indian corn
Kitten's plaything
Let off
Long, for short
Melon protector
Monteverdi opera
New Look designer
Not so chancy
Noted celebrity photographer
Nugget for Franklin
Oil-rich land
One reggae fan to another
Open ___ of worms
Ornette Coleman genre
Paradoxical Greek
Part of a chap.
Phrase of inclusion
Possible title for this puzzle
Promise, e.g.
Provide with funding
Santa ___
Showy annuals
Singer Tucker
Sounded old
Switch from plastic to paper?
The Rock
Throat dangler
Tubes on the table
Winglike parts

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