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New York Times crossword of March 20th, 1999 other clues
Accouters anew
'State Fair' setting
1945 Cahn/Styne tune
1950's All-Star Burdette
11-Down application
39-line verse
Aircraft's approach
Bahraini bigwig: Var.
Aircraft abbr.
Béarnaise ingredient
Alternative to a baked potato
Best-selling novel set in ancient Rome
Cat's covering
Catchall reason for failure
Computing timesavers
David and others
Chat sites
Fields of comedy
First European to enter New York Bay
Gary's 'Desire' co-star
Gay old time
German battleship sunk in 1944
Germs might grow in it
Heathen of sorts
Homme ___ (French V.I.P.)
Key of Beethoven's Seventh
It's a sensation
Kind of bobsled
Kings' milieu
Land in which men wear skirts called sulus
Pay (up)
Letters for nine-to-fivers
Like salon customers
Meter reader's concern
Neurotransmission site
Not windy
One-eyed overlord
Option for the present
Pour ___
Quartermaster's post
Quince, e.g.
Rollaway relative
Scouting outing
Sequel tag
Sofia's portrayer in 'The Color Purple'
Some clouds
Source of much bell-ringing
Southern Hemisphere constellation
Subject of psych. experiments
Telegraph ender
The 'Little Ol' Band From Texas'
The Osmonds' birthplace
They may be straight
Uses a shuttle
W.W. II agcy.
Ward heelers
When surfing is possible?
Word after family or detail

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