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New York Times crossword of September 27th, 1998 other clues
'Java' man
'Paradise Lost' character
1928 hit with the lyric 'I'm in heaven when I see you smile'
1943 Bogart film
72-Across recommendation
Ark contents
B.T.U. producers
Baby sitter's banes
Barbecue offerings
Bart Starr's alma mater
Be prophetic
Benefit from
Blade attachments
Business undertakings
Canadiens and Canucks
Canadiens or Canucks
Cape ___
Certain fighter
Challenge, metaphorically
Chop down
Civil War major general Jesse
Coastline feature
Colorless ketone
Common cleanser
Crash locale in 'Alive'
Didn't hold
Disney Store purchase
Eats one's heart out
Erskine Caldwell title character
Explorer Vasco da ___
Fix some origami
Ford predecessor
Fork-tailed flier
Frequent direction givers: Abbr.
Friend of mon frère
Gang of Four members
Goes to market
Grunt : Vietnam :: ___ : W.W. II
Handle, as insurance claims
He should have written 'Arrowsmith'
He should have written 'Fear of Flying'
He should have written 'Green Eggs and Ham'
He should have written 'Hotel'
He should have written 'Love Story'
He should have written 'Postcards From the Edge'
He should have written 'What Makes Sammy Run'
He was lost in books
Hitching post
It gets a licking
John's 'Pulp Fiction' partner
José or Juan
Kind of chance
Kind of collar
Like some heads
Little Richard's hometown
Lorelei Lee's creator
Many a Gary Cooper pic
Minty Mexican plant
Miss's accessory
Moon of Neptune
More virtuous than thou
Mosque V.I.P.
Most popular
Nosebleed seats
Not in the profession
O.R. workers
On the schedule
Over in Germany
Panama City's home: Abbr.
Parker and Waterman
Piece of dust
Plain-speaking radio talk show host
Playwright Norman
Pops, e.g.
Pumps have them
Rancher's enemy
Reynolds film 'Rent-___'
Robbins and Russert
Sea ___
Seaman's description
Sect member during the time of Christ
She should have written 'On the Beach'
Sight at post offices
Sister of King Arthur
Social misfit
Social reformer Jacob
Song of the past
Soup vegetable
Square dance partner
Strong objections
Suffix with human
Suffix with pun
Telephone user
Temporarily away
They have their own lines
They report to lt. cols.
Title for Mrs. Perón
Tommy Dorsey's '___ Always You'
Touch up
TV role for Penny
TV's Peter
U.S.N.A. grad
V-chips block it
View à la Shakespeare
Ways of walking
Wee, to Burns
What candles may signify
When dark comes o'er the land
Where Jimmy Carter taught after his Presidency
Where suits are put on
___ fide (in bad faith)
___ Lobos
___ vie
___-ground missile

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