Crossword Puzzle Words C4

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

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