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New York Times crossword of June 14th, 1998 other clues
Formerly named
Golfer Ballesteros
Golfer Ballesteros
Hand, informally
Have a loan from
Have breakfast, e.g., in Germany
Heads toward
Holiday driver, in a phrase
How a breakfaster views himself?
How tuna may be packed
Illustrator Silverstein
Is in peak singing condition?
Isle of Man man
It didn't keep Little Boy Blue awake
It finds itself in hot water
It may be involved in a draft
It may be polished
It might halt traffic on the Rhein
It releases a dangerous spray
Kind of chops
Kind of linebacker
L'eau lands?
Lash out at
Like some chairs
Like some traffic
Second-rate film
Select or elect
Sharp-pointed instrument
Socks pattern
Sondheim song 'We're ___ Be All Right'
Start with pad or port
Surprise challenger
Swab again
The L of L-dopa
Violinist Heifetz
Waiters' reaction after breakfast was over?
Waters and Mertz
Wear off
Wear well
Whispered call
Will be, to Doris Day
Williams and Kennedy
Wrong end?
___ et ubique (here and everywhere)
___ Forest (W.W. I battle site)
___ Kippur
___ Ski Valley, N.M.
'I'd hate to break up ___'
'Amadeus' role
'Bewitched' husband
'Is that all right?'
'Jaws' sighting
'No ___ allowed'
'The Conqueror Worm' poet
1956 Allen Ginsberg poem
1997 Peter Fonda title role
ACTH or thyroxine
Actress McClurg
Associate of Zhou
Astronaut Slayton
Author Bombeck
Black to the max
Bran accompanier
Breakfaster's favorite drama?
Breakfaster's maids?
Breakfaster's personal credo?
Breakfaster's query?
Breakfaster's sad comment?
Breakfaster's U.N. guest?
Bright-colored blooms
Cap initials at Busch Stadium
Capital city spelled with an umlaut
Cause of a non sequitur
Cedar ___ (lumber source)
Church part
Comics debut of 1941
Crime mystery writer Paretsky
Cross, of a sort
Dadaist Jean
Dodger name of fame
Dry as a bone
E. coli, for one: Abbr.
Ear part
Easy mark
Eric Rohmer's '___ of Winter'
Escape artist
Feeding tube?
Female name suffix
Fielding brother
First name in jeans
Flow stoppage
Loose, in a manner of speaking
Many a worker
March music maker
Marked by drinking
Mashed dish
Meg's 'Prelude to a Kiss' co-star
Mouthed but not spoken
No longer shrink-wrapped
One in the can
One way to run
Oscar winner Edmund of 'Miracle on 34th Street'
Paris school
Part of the eye
Pick up
Place beside
Plain Jane
Prefix with transmitter
Registered, with 'up'
Remove all restrictions on
Renaissance art patron
Resort souvenir
Run a charity, e.g.
Salt of element #53
Screendom's Laura and Bruce
Second of a historical trio

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