Crossword Puzzle Words B4

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Hindu title of respect; Hindu gentleman
Kettle or bucket handle
Judge's seat, in law
Lad, in Australia and Ireland
Soft reddish clay
Road shoulder
Very dry, as champagne
Former British airline
Engage in logrolling
__ Wheeler & Robert Woolsey ('30's comedy team)
'Diff'rent Strokes' father Conrad
Nickname of Israel Prime Minister Netanyahu
Sons of, in Hebrew
Lettuce variety
Early film actress Daniels ('42nd Street')
Letter after aleph in Israel
Neo-soul singer Erykah __ ('On & On' 'Love of My Life')
__ Bones, Ichabod Crane's rival
Jewish rite
__ ghanouj (Arab dish with eggplant)
Marshal Tito's real name, Josip __
Teacher's deg.
New York's Aqueduct Racetrack, familiarly
Matted cotton sheet
Belgian composer Jacques
Spanish soprano Lucrezia __
Lesage's picaresque novel 'Gil __'
Thai currency
Woman who maintains a brothel
Scottish hillside
Uncle Remus title
Gore Vidal historical novel
Shade of blue or green
Force; energy
San Francisco train system
'The Belle et la __' (Cocteau film)
Fruit decay
Hungarian composer Bartok
Spanish bath
Round Table knight
Cow shed, in England
Cordon __ (top chef)
Austrian composer Alban ('Lulu' 'Wozzeck')
Theatrical hit, in theater slang
Ancient Irish king Brian __
Young herring
Low in Spanish
Cold Adriatic wind
Marcia on 'Desperate Housewives'
Gaucho's weapon
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Sheep sound
Italian port on the Adriatic Sea
Malt liquor yeast
Bad golf shot
Big name in audio equipment
Capital of Moravia
Town north of Anaheim, California
Cold Alpine wind
Australian actor Eric ('Hulk' 'Munich' 'Star Trek' 'Troy')
Jane Fonda's Oscar-winning role in 'Klute'
Speak raucously
BBC nickname, with 'the'
Twining stem
'tres __!' (very well in France)
Air bubble/blister
'__ Ha'i', tune from Rodgers and Hammerstein's 'South Pacific'
Emile Zola's 'La __ humaine'
'Less Than Zero' author, __ Easton Ellis
Romanian gymnastics coach Karolyi
Rudolf who once managed the Met
Latin for well
Husband of Ruth, in the Bible
Mooring post on a ship
George H Bush's Attorney General, William
Hopalong Cassidy portrayer William
Whirring sound
French for arm
Russian pancake
'Mad' magazine cartoonist Dave
Indiana senator Evan
Saint/writer known as 'The Venerable'
Nota __ (note well)
German for road
Knot in wood or cloth
Brother of Bret on 'Maverick'
Group of turtles
French for bath
Chaucer's 'The Wife of __'
Actress Barbara of 'Mission: Impossible'
Panama's San __ Islands (also a gulf)
Part of a basilica; synagogue platform; speaker's platform
TV's Maverick
Ragged edge, in metalworking; power-driven shop tool
Group of quail
One of Alcott's 'Little Women'
French for forest
Low-quality diamond
'a __ on one's escutcheon'
'__ de Boulogne' (Parisian park)
German for blue

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