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New York Times crossword of April 22nd, 2001 other clues
End of a footrace
Ex-Sen. D'Amato
Fancy shoe
Fiction enthusiast?
Flooring, maybe
Formerly, once
Freud's I
Freud's I's
Gardening supplies
Go too far
Gold digger seduces a different kind of gold digger, gets charged with ...
Grow dark, perhaps
Hide from view
Hide-hair connector
Hospital jobs
Hunts by tracking
Hydrocarbon suffix
If everything goes right
Kills, in slang
Kind of market
Like some surgery
Luxury hotel feature
Martini's partner
Material for uniforms
Minute Maid product
Monster truck driver changes flat tire, gets charged with ...
Songwriter Hart
Sound on Old MacDonald's farm
South Seas kingdom
Square figure?
They're sent out from HQ
Time on end
Tiny power unit
Towers over the field?
Wal-Mart competitor
Way to send docs. electronically
Well-balanced person?
What a mug might hold
Where streams run
With it
___ Grove Village, Ill.
___ Martin
___ to move
'De Vulgare Eloquentia' author
'How awful!'
'The Bicycle Thief' director ___ De Sica
'Presumed Innocent' novelist
'Run ___ Run' (1998 film)
'The Phantom Menace' planet
'The Tempest' character
1920's-40's North Dakota senator Gerald
Above, with 'of'
Accustom (to)
Actor Albert
Actress Sharon
Airplane wing extenders
Ancient marketplace
At the outset
Author of the #1 best seller 'Couples'
Auto option
Be behind
Beetle, e.g.
Big load
Bit of a joule
Cabbie avoids accident, gets charged with ...
Care for
Change one's tune
Chess player accidentally pushes pawn, gets charged with ...
City near Florence
Cold war broadcaster: Abbr.
Competing with
Conservatory graduate
Cramming student takes Vivarin, gets charged with ...
Czech runner Zatopek
Days ___ (highway sights)
Dessert for one
Didn't quit in the middle of a job
Dry red wines
Most peppy
Motorist pulls into parking lot, gets charged with ...
Natl. Courtesy Month
Nautical centerpiece
New York archbishop before O'Connor
Noise from a fan
Not being used
Novelist in a relationship with Henry Miller
Novelist O'Flaherty
Now clean
Old joke
One may be on the floor
One of Maris's overtakers
Painted the town red
Part of a mechanic's bill
Partook of
Patron squeezes into crowded luncheonette, gets charged with ...
Play with idly
Prefix with realism
Public persona
Reading areas
Response to a gag
Road sealant
Shaving injury
Simpatico reply
Site of Shah Jahan's Red Fort
Sitting spot
Some jazz improv
Some operatic songs
Someone with a lot on his shoulders

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