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Writer who's always seeing things? crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of April 6th, 2003 other clues
'Friends' character
'Hannah and Her Sisters' Oscar winner
'Now that's sexy!'
'That's ___!'
'Three's Company' roommate
'___ matter'
'___ no-o-o ...'
'___ Rebel' (Crystals song)
1955 Horse of the Year
1970's-80's court star Dan
20-20, e.g.
Actor Robert of 'The Sopranos'
Ancient city with remains near Aleppo
And the following: Lat.
Base hit?
Be precarious, maybe
Be responsible for
Beach-going mil. craft
Beau Bridges
Cartoon canine
Catherine who was a queen
Cause for a correction
Certain estate owner
Certain party attire
Charles G. Finney's 'The Circus of Dr. ___'
Christian Slater
Citrus-damaging insect
Clothes holder
Cool, in slang
Dark period for France
Disappearing act?
Drops a bomb?
Earthy pigment
Fertility goddess
Financial speculator, for short
Finish a task completely
Foster Brooks
Gave up, in a way
Gen. Scowcroft
General Mills cereal
Girlfriends, in Guatemala
Glove material
Hebrew alphabet starter
Hot ___
Hot-climate building material
How business executives are often posed
Hurt a little
In good health
In one's heart of hearts
India's ___ Chess Academy
Insurance fraud ploy, perhaps
Iron ___
John Denver
Juno rival
Kind of shooter
Like ideal teeth
Like one side of an aisle: Abbr.
Like some seals
Like the dragon Fafnir
Make a permanent impression
Masques, e.g.
Minimal order
Mix of movies
Mountain sight
Music genre
Musical equipment
NE Italian city
Nickname of N.F.L. legend Ed Jones
Not openly
Noted choreographer of Baryshnikov
October's stone
Oft-repeated Beatles refrain
Paolo Veronese's field
Part in the shining?
Patty Duke
People sometimes go to them
Period ending January 6
Plaster base
Play catcher, say
Premiere of 1887
Protected the king, in a way
Reagan-appointed justice
Really out there
Red Buttons
Relative of 'hmmm'
Rich Little
Run out of juice
Sainted 13th-century philosopher
Sauce with olive oil
See 111-Across
Similarly overweight
Small fry
Small herd of seals
Squiggles and such
Suit part
Take in, in a way
They lack cutting edges
Tori Spelling
Track competitors
Tube inits.
Tube inits.
Until the due date
Valuable deposits
Waits patiently
Western state, slangily
Wine characteristic
With 1-Down, famed dancer
Wizard visitor
Yours, to Yvette
___ pro nobis

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