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New York Times crossword of April 13th, 1998 other clues
Another, south of the border
Atlantic Coast states, with 'the'
Ball in the game pétanque
Be king over
Boat equipment
Borscht vegetable
Brad of 'Seven Years in Tibet'
Bump off
Capri, e.g.
Chew (on)
Clear the chalkboard
Coffee break snack
Comparatively recent
Comstock, for one
Cook slowly
Cornmeal cakes, in the South
Cultural grant giver, for short
Deplete, with 'up'
February 14 figure
First place
Flax fabric
Folk's Guthrie
Fugue master
Gator's cousin
Goodman, the King of Swing
Had title to
___ Highway (route from Dawson Creek)
___ of burden
___ Simbel (Egyptian temple site)
Improves, as cheese
In a hurry, for short
Israeli airline
It's all a plot!
Lazy Susan
Like windows
Log home
Neutral hue
New kid in town
Orbital high point
Pay no heed to
Poultry product
Qaddafi's land
Raring to go
September bloom
Settles disputes
Spanish homes
Sports facility
Stage signal
They may be pricked
They often run deep
Tick off
To the left, to a sailor
Transport, as a load
Aardvark's diet
'Earth in the Balance' author Al
'My dad's bigger than your dad,' e.g.
'Now hear ___!'
'Ramblin' Wreck From Georgia ___'
1965 Simon & Garfunkel hit, with 'The'
Accompany to a party

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