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Minstrel show character (7)
Hypnotism pioneer Franz
Mrs. Bill Gates (7)
Belief that all things are made of a single substance
Title role in a Roald Dahl novel (7)
Italian town where Napoleon defeated the Austrians (7)
One of the Jackson 5
Long-vowel mark
Occupation; specialty
Kenyan tribesman; __ Revolt (1950's conflict)
Snake-haired woman of Greek myth; one of the Gorgons
Last book of the Old Testament (7)
Fauvist painter Henri ('Woman with the Hat' 'The Dance' 'The Piano Lesson') (7)
Varnish resin; tree
Seat of Nassau County, N.Y. (7)
American Dadaist (full name)
Oldest city in Ohio (8)
Roman goddess of wisdom; daughter of Jupiter (7)
Unification Church member
Morning prayers
Abbr. in a salutation; gentlemen (abbr.)
Light cotton fabric
Sherry-like dessert wine from Portugal (7)
TV title role for Brandy Norwood
Gilbert & Sullivan work with 'The'; Nanki-Poo's father
Canadian actor Raymond ('Dr. Kildaire' 'East of Eden')
Five iron
Roof style (7)
Personal manager; chief steward (9)
Gospel singer Jackson; 'the Queen of Gospel' (7)
Education pioneer Maria (10)
Stately dance
Indian princess (8)
Connecticut city (7)
Leaf bisector; central vein
Latin American with mixed ancestry (7)
Playwright __ Norman (''night Mother' 'The Secret Garden')
Constriction of the pupil
Legendary Spanish matador (8)
River through Toledo, Ohio
'Kate & Allie' actress Ana
Hawaiian 'thank you'
Bluish-gray cat; toy dog (7)
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Love letter (8)
Black garnet (8)
'The Press' for 'reporters', e.g. (7)
St. __, Switzerland resort town
1964 Hitchcock film (Tippi Hedren - Sean Connery)
Crescent-shaped section of a lens (8)
Sweet Italian wine (7)
Czech Republic region; Brno's locale (7)
Actor Doug ('The Virginian') (7)
Insect monster of Japanese film
French teacher
Lively Polish dance (7)
Civil-rights activist Evers
French playwright ('The Misanthrope' 'The School for Wives' 'The Miser') (7)
Notorious 1999 computer virus (7)
Longfellow character who was Hiawatha's lover; laughing water, in Sioux (8)
Elephant driver, in India
Spanish flamenco guitarist, Carlos (7)
Queen Elizabeth II's sister (8)
French mime who created Bip (7)
Austrian composer Gustav ('The Song of the Earth' 'Symphony of a Thousand')
Sweet wine made from muscat grapes (8)
English singer-lyricist Mabel ('Moon River' 'Jeepers Creepers')
French artist Duchamp
Latin American rattle
'The X-Files' special agent Fox __
Sensitive tropical plant
Light, white wine (7)
One of the Islas Baleares (2 spellings) (7)
Eastern Canadian Indian
Female bacchanalian
Indian prince (8)
Al Jolson classic (13)
Person not to mess with, in an old song (11)
Singer-actor Gordon ('Oklahoma!' 'Carousel')
Spanish province or its wine
Spanish wool
Actress Dillon ('Christmas Story' 'Close Encountes of the Third Kind') (7)
Italian city; Maserati & Ferrari headquarters; Pavarotti's birthplace
Subdivision of a Roman legion (7)
Nyasaland, now
Elinor's sister in Austen's 'Sense and Sensibility' (8)

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