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New York Times crossword of October 31st, 1999 other clues
'Black utopia' of 1920
'Don't look at me!'
'Foul Play' star
'Happy Days' fellow
'L'Isle joyeuse' composer
'La-la' lead-in
'Melodies and Memories' autobiographer
'Sunny' singer Bobby
'The Old Wives' Tale' playwright
'You got that right!'
'Zuckerman Unbound' novelist
'___ People' (Le Carré best seller)
1991 Midler/Allen comedy
Actress Graff
Add to the dossier
Aiea apparel
All ___ Airways
Anita Brookner's 'Hotel du ___'
Atomic experiments
Attacks, in a way
Axis/Allies conflict: Abbr.
Bankruptcy follow-up
Bar need
Bearded revolutionary
Begins airing
Beleaguering brother
Bicyclist's choices
Bit of energy
Bouquet ___
Cable staple
Chemical ending
Confucian path
Crescent moon
Diamond letters
Didn't stop
Doesn't keep
Down East town
Dr. Seuss's 'Horton Hears ___'
Early adders
Enterprise counselor Deanna
Eponym of an old auto
Eskimo transport
Fast Atl. crossers
Firefighter, at times
Flat rate
Frequently exhibiting
Furry fellow of 80's TV
Game show lineup
Go through channels?
Haemoglobin deficiency
Hammer in oil
Hebrew for 'delight'
Hereditary title
Hoi polloi
Home of the brave?: Var.
Houston-to-Dallas dir.
Inadvisable action
Indian of the Sacramento River valley
Iraqi V.I.P. Tariq ___
It may be found in a cone
It may be recombinant
It was once divided
It's heard before a snap
Job experience?
Joseph Smith's denom.
Kelly classic
Kind of secret
Kind of situation
Korea's Roh ___ Woo
L'Age ___
Ladies of Versailles: Abbr.
Laon's department
Length and width
Less emotional
Like an idol
Like Henry VIII
Lions' prey
Literary inits.
London landmark
Look good on
Look like
Lustrous velvet
Menotti hero
Message on a tag-sale tag
More apothegmatic
More chic
More than budding
Nursery supply
Occupying oneself with
Of no use
One available for future reference?
One kept in the bag?
One may be a favorite
One may be taken to the cleaners
Pent up
Pharmaceutical giant
Pick up
Plundered, old-style
Poet Sexton
Question from one who doesn't get it
R. J. Reynolds brand
Raised-eyebrow remarks
Rapa ___ (Easter Island)
Riviera resort
Roadside jumpers: Abbr.
Robbins and others
Scampi ingredients
Scrabble draws
Seat of McLennan County, Texas
See 143-Down
Sending to the canvas
Series continuation
Short end
Small suckers
Soften up
Spanish wave
St. Gregory's residence
Staff differently
Starter's need
Steal a march on
Suffix with cannon
Take out
Take the chance
Targets of criminal probes
Teed off
They have a glow about them
They never need to be renewed
They're coated with red wax
Thick-plumed songbird
Tracy's pair
Traveled in tandem?
Turner and others
Ubangi feeder
Unpaid debt
Walter Reuther's org.
When many people punch in
Where many Goyas hang
Where to have a cabin
Wife of King Mark of Cornwall
Wire-haired terrier of film
With 64-Down, 1964 Beatles tune
Women's rights pioneer
Writer Shelby
Yamaguchi's rival at Albertville
___ Valley, San Francisco

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