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|New York Times crossword of April 28th, 2001 other clues|
|City on the Susquehanna|
|Comedian Ed and others|
|Debut of 1/14/1900|
|Depresses, with 'out'|
|Run-down building, maybe|
|Ryder Cup scoring method|
|Slang expert Partridge|
|Suffix with Nu- and Agri- in garden product names|
|V.I.P. in a rush?|
|Wal-Mart founder Walton|
|Wall St. figure|
|'God ___ our side'|
|1932 Greta Garbo role|
|Best Actress of 1963|
|French birthplace of England's Henry II|
|Fujimori of Peru|
|Garden store offering|
|Giant sixes?: Abbr.|
|Heat flow measure in insulation|
|Held to its full time, in music|
|High school subj.|
|It carries the words 'Rey de España'|
|It has six sides|
|It may be under a coat|
|Kind of dancing|
|Like Lake Mead|
|One of nine Siamese kings|
|River to the North Sea|
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