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New York Times crossword of October 3rd, 1999 other clues
'Be that ___ may...'
'Kramer vs. Kramer' director Robert
'No ___!'
'Seinfeld' role
'Sprechen ___ Deutsch?'
'Your turn'
1973 Rolling Stones hit
20th-century combat, Bard-style?
Abbr. on a discount label
All-American name
Angry reaction
Animals with calves
Antiquity, once
Attached, in a way
Auto purveyor, Bard-style?
Balzac's Père ___
Black and tan ingredient
Book of the Apocrypha
Break the ___
Capt.'s inferior
Card combo
Carnival treat
Charles who was dubbed 'the Victorious'
Combat zone
Contemptible newspaper
Convertible, perhaps
Customers: Abbr.
Density symbol, in mechanics
Durable wood
Dynamite component, for short
Easy schedule, Bard-style?
Edison contemporary
Empathic remark, Bard-style?
Eshkol once led it: Abbr.
First word?
Folding challenge
Fore-and-aft sail
France's Coty
Goren gaffe
Half a cartoon duo
Harness ring
Having no master
Heiress, perhaps
Held up
Hierarchy, Bard-style?
Hunter's quarry
In ___ (actually)
Increased pay rate, Bard-style?
Indian drums
Informal shirts
Israel's first U.N. representative
It may fill a lib. shelf
Kicked off
Kind of block
Knock the socks off
Like Chippendale furniture
Like many Harlemites
Like some glass
Like some guesses
Loading site
Manipulates, as data
Marner's creator
Medicinal amt.
Military E-1 or E-2, e.g.
Minnesota's St. ___ College
Miserly, Bard-style?
Moderator's milieu
Morse code bits
Move, in a way
N.Y.P.D. employee
No quick trip around the block
Of a heart part
Opposite of bid
Pack away
Perfectly matching
Person with a day
Pie chart section, perhaps
Playwright Pirandello
Pound, in Piccadilly
Prefix with system
Prize for Page or Cage
Public announcers
Pulver's rank, in film: Abbr.
Puts in a blue funk
Qualified for the job
Rating giver
Ride, so to speak
Rocker Nugent
Sales people
Scuffle memento
Sidewalk Santas, e.g.
Singer Merchant
Six-winged being
Skelton catchphrase
Slangy suffix
Soviet co-op
Spring purchase
Spring times
Stand for
Stew ingredient
Stone name
Stuntmen's woes
Summon up
Takes advantage of, Bard-style?
Time to act
Travel agt.'s suggestion
Try again
Tuckered out
Two-liter bottle contents
Versatile vehicles
Vietnam's ___ Dinh Diem
Ward off
Warmed up the crowd
Your place or mine
Zoological mouths
___ de vie
___ Kristen of 'Ryan's Hope'
___ tree

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