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New York Times crossword of April 23rd, 1999 other clues
'Be a ___!'
'Das Boot' setting
'Diana' singer
'House of Frankenstein' director ___ C. Kenton
'May ___ to You' (Eddie Fisher's theme)
'Serpico' producer De Laurentiis
'Suzanne' songwriter
'You ___ mouthful!'
Annuaire téléphonique listing
Aquarist's annoyance
Aviation introduction of 1968
Best on the balance beam, perhaps
By and by
Café royale ingredient
Cause to beam
Certain fraternity chapter
Datebook abbr.
Death cup, e.g.
Emulate a 17-Across
Golden Fleece's source
Good buddy's transport
Hanging spot
Has a wearying effect
Head hiders
Health class segment, for short
Her symbol was a cow
Is crabby?
It brings tears to one's eyes
It has a heart, in song
It may be hot on the Web
It may come before we forget
Kind of cross
Language writer Partridge
Legal advocate: Abbr.
Letting-off point: Abbr.
Make up
Market manipulation
One of the Brady bunch
Pack animal?
Part of 22-Across
Percussion cap, e.g.
Person with a whip
Pilothouse abbr.
Removes (oneself)
Singer Diana
Sources of prized roe
Stick, in Seville
Supporter of arms, for short
Tears into
The lord's servants
Their creations may sting
They're all in the family
They're good at drilling
They're worked by potters
Troop recital
Untouchables, e.g.
Upbeat tune
Valuable fur
W.W. II menaces
Wassail alternative
Water ___

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