Crossword Puzzle Words C4

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Lyricist Sammy ('High Hopes' etc)
Rabbit fur
Horseshoe part; projection on a shoe to prevent slipping
Point on a crescent moon
British distance runner Steve
'__ la guerre!' ('That's war')
Jazz singer Laine
__ d'Azur (French Riviera)
Sinclair Lewis novel '__ Timberlane'
Mr. Miniver in 'Mrs. Miniver'
Philippine island
Dick Francis mystery 'Dead __'
'__ nome', Verdi aria from Rigoletto
Hundred, in Spain
Goldfish in 'Pinocchio'
Small ice mass
San Francisco's __ Tower
Flower cluster; inflorescence
Parish priest, English or French
Arabian mountain gazelle
Woman's workbasket
Mackerel-like fish; large Atlantic game fish
Supercomputer maker Seymour
Author James ('Double Indemnity' 'The Postman Always Rings Twice')
'The Last of the Mohicans' girl
Part of leg between the ankle and thigh; shin
Aquatic bird
Lake in Lombardy, Italy
Word in French restaurant names; at the home of (Fr)
South American guinea pig
Ecclesiastical mantle
Ball of yarn
Small salmon
Yellow-breasted songbird
Suffragist Carrie Chapman __
Round dance official
Mystery writer John Dickson __ ('The Hollow Man')
Emmy-winning character actor James
Elaine __, George W. Bush's labor secretary
Actress and game show panelist Peggy ('To Tell the Truth' 'Auntie Mame')
Coconut fiber
Lit-__ (college course, slangily)
Minty Mexican plant
Muslim judge
Civil rights org.
Wavy molding
Big band saxophonist Al
Tooth prominence
N.Y.C. sch.
Legal writ, for short
Popular online tech. news source
Perfume brand
Columbia Pictures co-founder Harry
Mineral residue
Swiss psychotherapist Jung
Mrs. Dithers in comic strip 'Blondie'
Canadian actor Michael ('Arrested Development' 'Superbad' 'Juno')
Roman supper; 'The Last Supper' depiction
'Good night, __' (old TV sign-off)
Fix seams
Pulitzer-winning columnist from San Francisco, Herb
Journalist/author Irvin S. __
Muse of history
1987 Wimbledon winner Pat (Australian)
World's largest particle physics lab (in Geneva)
'Betty __' (1930 Rudy Vallee hit)
1963 role for Liz
Baby llama, alpaca etc.
Yarborough of NASCAR
Fashion's Chanel - Chanel fragrance
Wax-glazed fabric
Inspector Clouseau's servant
Red Skelton's Mr. Kadiddlehopper
Women's rights pioneer Elizabeth __ Stanton
Italian 'dear' (2 answers)
French chef's mushroom
Overlay with wood or plaster
Luck, in Ireland
Vint __, Father of the Internet
Egyptian Christian
Bygone N.Y.C. rock club
Membrane of a bird's beak
Central Africa's Lake __
Hue; tinge
Pitch-raising guitar device
Zodiacal border
Plant shoot: var.
Corn bin
Cartoonist Addams (creator of 'The Addams Family')
Politician Lewis __, Buchanan's Secretary of State and losing presidential candidate
Govt. program for the unemployed
1950's French president Rene
Spanish 1989 Literature Nobelist, Camilo Jose __ ('The Hive')
Old-time actress Witherspoon ('The Bank Dick')
1950's Dodgers pitcher Labine
Cosby's 'I Spy' co-star
Italian 'dear' (2 answers)
Bludgeon or blackjack, in Britain
French for five
Chinese dynasty of Confucius and Lao-tzu
Smear with wax, old-style
NBC newsman Huntley ('50's - '60's)
Gospel singer Winans
Scotland Yard discovery
French for sky, heaven
Great Lakes fish
1977 Robin Cook best seller
British tax
Water-to-wine site in Bible
Author Robert ('The Power Broker', LBJ chronicler)
House cleaner, in England
Actress Williams ('The Defiant Ones')
Group of badgers
Normandy city
Jazz trumpeter Baker
Hip joint
Bullfighter's cloak
Red-bellied trout
Direct a vessel's navigation
Base of crocus stem - crocus bulb
Thus, in Italian
McCarthy-era attorney Roy; Al Pacino played him in 'Angels in America'
Novelist Caleb ('The Alienist')
Chinese premier 1949-1976, __ En-lai
Detroit's __ Center (former home of Pistons)
Baker v. __ (landmark Supreme Court voting rights case)
Woman's cap made of net

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