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New York Times crossword of September 22nd, 1998 other clues
'Lou Grant' star
'Row, Row, Row Your Boat' and others
'___ won't be afraid' ('Stand by Me' lyric)
Be a busybody
Bid the bed adieu
Billionth: Prefix
Blender maker
Bothers à la baby brother
Bridge positions
Bucks' mates
Bud's buddy
Carrey's snack food?
Check casher
Check for fit
Christopher Robin's pal
Coming up
Diplomat: Abbr.
Disco spinner
Dried up
Fable fellow
Faucet failure
Fly high
Flying elephant
From pillar to ___
Fuss over, with 'on'
Glorified gofer
Go yachting
Hit like Holyfield
Ho hello
Home of the N.B.A. Heat
Junk E-mail
Key task?
Leg bone
Let it be, editorially
Life-or-death matter: Abbr.
Like Joe Average
Like snakeskin
Madams' men
Make sense
Mary ___ of cosmetics
Mine find
N.Y. Met or L.A. Dodger, e.g.
Newborn child, for one
Nikita's 'no'
Numero uno
Part of P.T.A.: Abbr.
Pesci's sandwich?
Popular pencil brand
Prepare for a rainy day
Prop in slapstick
Recently employed worker
Rude and sullen
Salacious looks
Sawyer's beef?
Screws up
Sharif of 'Doctor Zhivago'
Shows flexibility, in a way
Singer McEntire
Siskel or Ebert
St. Thomas or St. Martin
Stern's opposite
The lady's
There's no free ride on these hwys.
They fit in locks
They may be black and blue
Treater's words
Trip to the plate
Warty-skinned critter
Western howler
White's dessert?
Wilde's entree?
___ in a blue moon

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