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New York Times crossword of October 18th, 1997 other clues
'Falling From Grace' actress, 1992
'I Could Fall in Love' singer
'Leave It to Beaver' pal
100 cents abroad
1963 Chiffons hit
Actress Felicia
Base appropriations?
Bit of biblical writing
Care for
Cartoonist Roy
Church clothes
Cuisine style
Day, in Durango
Expression of relief
Farmer's place, in song
German auto pioneer
Gift shop item
John of song
Like modern technology
Like Proteus
Losing straw in drawing straws
Low card
Make sound
Many Nobel Prize winners
Meat cut
Medical alerts?
Mexican child
Michael Crichton best seller, with 'The'
Mideast capital
Neurotransmitter amino acid
Not working
Noted English letter writer
Nutritional abbr.
Old 'Supper Club' radio host
Old-fashioned ballot boxes
Ornamental dogbane
Overwhelming number
Personally left with
Plains Indian
Players may place stakes on this
Pool feat
Pulitzer-winning microbiologist Dubos
Relative of a bandicoot
Seniors' hurdles, maybe
Shakespearean character who 'had a tongue with a tang'
Singer Dana
Sound of a lit fuse
Staff leader?
Sticking together
The Horned Frogs, for short
Void, in Vichy
Windswept point
Wins the draw, probably

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