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New York Times crossword of June 19th, 1999 other clues
'Don't look at me!'
'For as long as ___'
'Moses' novelist
1960 world chess champ
Actor who's written popular cookbooks
Army member
B.&O. et al.
Best Actress of 1998
Big name in daredeviltry
Bygone leader
Civil War anthem
Classical collection
Derby prize
Directive at work
Elm Street terrorizer
Feature of 45-Down
Fifth of twelve
Fit for the big screen
Fun house sounds
Giant slalom, e.g.
Go over
Hotel quote
Inspiration, maybe
It may be found in a pouch
It may get high marks
Kind of nut
Kind of review
Lack, briefly
Lemon grove?
Like Casey Kasem, ethnically
Mountain: Prefix
Moves with caution
Mr. Deeds and Mrs. Doubtfire
Noted Star Fleet graduate
Opposite of saves
Part of the act when King Richard III dies
Phaedra, by birth
Point of interest
Postage ___
Prof. Lidenbrock of Verne's 'Journey to the Center of the Earth'
Record label in TV ads
S.&L. units
Security holder
Sent back: Abbr.
Setting for Tennyson's 'Enoch Arden'
Single or double
Skye cap
Slightly wet
Small, combative ones
So-called 'Songbird of the South'
Son of William the Conqueror
Souvenir item
Stretch of history
Subway car part
Succulent, spiny-leafed plant
Think through
Veinticuatro horas
Vitamin C source
W.W. II combatant: Abbr.
Where many vins come from
With ingenuity and finesse
Yank ally
Yours, in Tours

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