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New York Times crossword of April 26th, 1998 other clues
'Damn Yankees' vamp
'La Bohème,' updated
'Not another word!'
'So ___!'
'The Benefactor' novelist
'Turandot' slave
1936 Olympics hero
1936 Olympics hero
8 1/2' x 14'
Like much of Chile
A little night music
Ancient mariner
Apply cosmetics to wild animals?
Area east of the Bosporus
Attend Andover, e.g.
Back-country
Bad-mouth
Like party punch
Baseball's Maglie
Be reasonable
Bob Cratchit, e.g.
Like a Windsor tie
The Blue Devils
The Phantom of the Opera
The second plague, in Exodus
They're all in the family
They're always made at home
They, to Thibaudet
Tony's cousin
Trades
Unalloyed
Unbelievable one
Understanding
Vulgarian
Watson-Crick model
Weary walker
Wharton's farmer
Whirlpool whereabouts
Wifey's mate
Body that includes SHAPE
Bogarde of 'Darling'
Brats
Bread
Bromo salesman?
Brownie
Brute
Brutes
Bushy hair
Captain Kirk's log entry
Captain Kirk's log entry
Car in a Beach Boys tune
Car-racing class
Central points
Clinch
Close in on
Coffee filter?
Commemorative pillar
Comparatively congenial
Composer Bruckner
Creole vegetable
Cubic meter
December 25?
Digging, so to speak
Divided
Dostoyevsky novel, with 'The'
Down Under dog
Drag queen's collection
Drama in three acts?
Farm alarms
Fashionable dressers
Feeler
Nordstrom competitor
Not sharply defined, as a computer image
Of an arterial trunk
Olfactory input
Olive brown
One in a receiving line?
One who makes an admission?
Org. founded by Samuel Gompers
Others, to Ovid
Out of this world
Pat Nixon's real first name
Pick up on
Plastered at a picnic?
Plumed headgear
Poltergeist manifestation
Port on the English Channel
Pre-1991 atlas abbr.
Ranch hand
Renders replete
Robinson and Thomas?
School subj.
Seat of Allen County, Kansas
Sgt. Snorkel's dog
Shore soarer
Showed the way, in a way
Small-time
Spruce
Stirrup site
Strong porters
Student-focused org.
Subjects of Mendelian experiments
Switch-hit?
Talmud Torah teacher
Tars
Tel Aviv carrier
Libertine
Flubbed a fly
Food fish
From an earlier era
Full shopping cart?
Go gaga over
Goofing, with 'up'
Hanging net
He caught Larsen's perfect game
Head lock
Head set
Is near bankruptcy
Jazz pianist Billy
John known as 'The Father of Television'
Journalist's question
Journalist's question
Kind of division
Kind of organ
Knock for a loop: Var.
Labor organizer's cry
Land alternative
Less lively
Like some consequences
Like some interpretations
Like some undercover cops
Little or Short
Loafer, e.g.
Luce publication
Matriculate
Mayflower Compact signer
Men in the hood?
Mint bar
Mountain goat's perch
Mouth widener
Mystical saying
N.B.A. Rookie of the Year, 1993
Nagana carrier

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