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New York Times crossword of October 10th, 1999 other clues
'B.C.' abode
'Oops!' to a paramecium?
'Tantum ___' (part of a Eucharist hymn)
'The other white meat'
'Tom Jones' script writer John ___
1997 basketball film
A hydrogen atom has one
Abbr. on egg cartons
An obese Lugosi?
Anesthetic, once
Animal handler
Author O'Brien
Basic shelters
Biblical food fight?
British poet laureate Nahum
C.D., for one
Cadillac driven by Monica's interviewer?
Cathartic drug
Celebrants' wear
Celtics' Archibald
Certain thallophytes
Cinco follower
Classic prefix
Coastal town crier
Costing a fish two fins?
Covered for court
Cry with catches
Cutups at a record company?
Did lining
Digs of twigs
Diplomatic trait
Dried, maybe
Edgar and Hugo, e.g.
Express regret
Feature of some winds
Fix firmly
Fixes firmly
Get cracking, in a way
Good fight, in old Rome?
Grate stuff
Greeting from Pooh
He 'spoke' for Bergen
He hides in kids' books
He was more than a neigh-sayer
Hightail it
Ho's hi's
Hockey's Mikita
Holiday music
Hotel room fixtures, for short
Hunter a k a Ed McBain
Ices, perhaps
Indian valuable
It's saved by E-mail
James Michener narrative
Java neighbor
K-O filler
Laura who plays Dr. Weaver on 'ER'
Lemur's hangout
Mandel of 'St. Elsewhere'
Mountain crest
Musicians' behavior, in the end?
N.F.L. coach Don
Neighbor of Turkey
New York hoopster
Nord's oppostie
Of a pelvic bone
Olympics athlete Carl
One's own, for a starter
Ones sticking their necks out to entertain?
Others at the Alhambra
Parenthetical lines
Parked oneself
Phenomenon such as ESP
Pianist Dame Myra
Polynesian carving
Pre-med course: Abbr.
Prefix with second
Purim's month
Quartet on a Quattro
Raven sounds
Saul's successor
Scolding syllable
Seed scar
Selene's counterpart
Shawm descendant
Skirt feature
Slide specimen
Smash really bad
Social surroundings
Songwriter Sammy
Spin tail?
String quartet member
Subject to court proceedings
Taken ___
Takes steps
Teen faves
Teller of secrets, in a saying
The Flintstones' pet
They give sum help?
Thick-trunked tree
This, to Luis
Tropical vine
Trunk with a chest
Twisty-horned antelope
U.S. trading partner, formerly
Unprofessional, slangily
Unusual brass polish?
Ventilating slat
Voiced pauses
Welcome sites
What a citizen like Galileo had?
When Plácido Domingo was born
Whopper toppers
Word ending many company names
Word on some Procter and Gamble lotions
World's longest wooden roller coaster, located in Cincinnati
___ Belt (constellation feature)

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