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New York Times crossword of July 14th, 1999 other clues
Greek cross
High boot
Hit on the green
Hooded snake
Hosp. area
Hydroelectric project
Independent Presidential candidate of 1980
It's heard just before a click
Lag behind
Martinique et Saint Croix
Navy flier?
Nobel Institute city
O.K., informally
Official with a gun
Outdoor eatery
Poison plant
Pose for pictures
Pours down
Prediction makers
Pulls strings
Question, part 2
Question, part 3
Relish, as relish
Resulted in
Shares top billing
Sides in a turf war
Site of iniquity?
Some poker settlements
Spielberg thriller
Start of a question to ponder
Start of a series
Straight ___ arrow
Style maven Klensch
Subject of psychoanalysis
Sun. speech
Surgery souvenirs
U.S. Open champ Ernie
Under debate
Wall Street Journal subj.
Wax collector
When mammoths lived
Where Salem is: Abbr.
___ Gay (W.W. II plane)
A cigar has one
'1914' poet
'Beau ___' (Gary Cooper classic)
'Calendar Girl' singer
'Exodus' hero
'Find out how good we really are' sloganeer
A handshake begins it
Become lighter?
Bermuda's locale: Abbr.
Big month for pol. campaigns
Birthplace of St. Francis
Boar's mate
Brew lovers' buys
Brits' thank-yous
Carry on
Chatty bird
Complete baffler
Cookie holder
Cool off, as a fad
Deal with moguls
Deejay Casey
Donkey supporter: Abbr.
Editor's notation
End of the question
Fan sound
Fess (up to)
Flit (about)
Foot part
Goes down

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