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New York Times crossword of April 29th, 2001 other clues
The subject of this puzzle, on 5/1/31, the day it opened
Tit for tat?
Titian's 'Venus of Urbino,' for one
Transcript stats
Tricky curve
Tries to pick up
Turtle shell
Tuscan city
Victorian, maybe
Vintners' needs
W.W. II agcy.
Waikiki wear
Wall St. deal
Welcomed, as the New Year
What blossoms do, in poetry
What you may do during a 15-Down?
Work (out)
Writing point
___ leash
Concrete problem
Court-ordered exam, perhaps
Day of the month
Declaration of Independence signer from Virginia
Den din
Dinsmore of old children's books
Do home work?
Drove drunkenly
Dungeons & Dragons characters
Env. notation
Famous last words
Farm enclosures
Feeling on an observation deck, perhaps
Firm parts: Abbr.
French 101 word
Funhouse sounds
Gardener's soil
Georgia et al., once: Abbr.
Greeting card feature
Gym trainer's catchphrase
High school dept.
Hot stuff
Hotel room features
Parts of rulings
Person from the North
Play area
Playground comeback
Polluted, in a way
Prefix with meter
Rail org.
Rank below a Lt. j.g.
Ray blocker
Region of Saudi Arabia
Rigg and Ross
Rousing cheer
Rugby competitor
Salon offering
Sched. approximation
Schmidt's successor as German chancellor
See 10-Down
Shot in eightball
Single time?
So as not to be heard
Solo piece
Some Indochinese
Some legal papers
Speech-inspiring figures
Sports equipment used with masks
Tamable cat
Tel ___
'Paint Your Wagon' mother of 1951 Broadway
'A Streetcar Named Desire' role
'Das Lied von der ___'
'The Taking of Pelham One Two Three' setting
'You can count on me!'
'___ Fool' (1965 hit)
1957 film featuring the subject of this puzzle
1992 Whoopi Goldberg comedy
1993 film featuring the subject of this puzzle
A, in communications
Abner's artist
Actress Elisabeth
Agave root
Alaska's ___ National Historical Park
Automatic course
Bad way to go
Basket makers
Beginning and end
Bit of financial planning, for short
Bouncer's work
Breakfast fare
Cabin component
Casino gear
Caterpillar hair
Central point
Choir singers
Choirs' places
Churchill and Logan: Abbr.
Colorful language
Comeback maker of 10/30/74
Common request
It has a spring in the middle
It may be below a crest
It might make you sweat
James Brown's '___ the Feelin''
Key of Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 3
Kind of beer
Kind of column
Kit ___
Lateral opening?
Let go, in a way
Like a disappointing golf game
Like a hot club, informally
Like some cocoa powder
Like some type: Abbr.
Like the most expensive hamburger meat
Links legend
Literary pseudonym
Magazines have them
Mallorca, e.g.
Many, many moons
Memorable Pacino role
Mexican entree
Mo. in which Bill Clinton was born
Modern traveler's need
Much of the New Testament
No. crunchers
Officer Malloy of 'Adam 12'
One of a pair of dancers
Onetime White House nickname
Ostrich's production
Out of the ballpark

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