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|New York Times crossword of April 14th, 2001 other clues|
|'City Without Walls' poet|
|19th-century novelist with an appropriate name|
|Bien-___ (well-being): Fr.|
|Moistens, in a way|
|Noted lake with more than 10% salinity|
|Opening in wastewater management?|
|Put out of order|
|Quite a while|
|Ritual shaving of the head|
|Some are narrow|
|Texas city with an annual Shakespeare Festival|
|The Four Seasons' '___ Loves You'|
|Woodstock, N.Y., county|
|California 500 race site|
|Computer program, informally|
|Confined, in dialect|
|Dietary ideal, briefly|
|French pioneer in planetary orbital theory|
|Happen without a struggle|
|In order (to)|
|License giver: Abbr.|
|Like a club, maybe|
|Lohengrin, the Knight of the ___|
|Make tempura, e.g.|
|Modern prefix with banking|
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