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New York Times crossword of October 25th, 1997 other clues
'Obey your thirst' sloganeer
'Rainbow After a Storm' artist
'The shadow of Virtue': Seneca
'Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered' writer
1985 western starring two Kevins
Adjust, in a way
Admired athlete
Annual feast
Back up
Bank deposit?
Blood: Prefix
Bob's companion
Care for
Cooks, in a way
Determined policy
Element used in radiation research
Enzyme suffix
Falls apart
Fasten firmly
Folder filer's aid
French author Bazin and others
German article
Govt. org. since 1946
Grand Ole Opry broadcaster
Hints at
Horatio Alger sort
Inner city sights
Intestinal division
It may be vaulted
It's hard to believe
It's kept in the closet
Kind of collar
Kind of oil
King, for one
Manuscripts at academic journals
Marie Antoinette and others
Michigan college or its town
Minute hands, essentially
More than 120 1970's sitcom episodes
Name word
Noted Boston conductor
Ornamental tag
Parka wearer
Pipe organ stops
Prefix with -plasty
Recipe part
Reduced by
Request help
Sale item, maybe
Smith's station
Social reformer Wells and others
Some sopranos
Spirit of the time
Thousand dollars, in slang
Three in one
Word for a lady

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