Crossword Puzzle Words I4

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Band of Zulu warriors
Russian figure skater Kulik
Japanese golfer __ Aoki
Hip bones
Footnote abbr. (in the same place: Lat.)
Langston Hughes poem
Mrs. Victor Laszlo in 'Casablanca'
Welsh composer, singer, actor Novello
River in Rennes and Brittany, France
The I in I.M. Pei
St. __ (English seaside resort)
Romeo's last words
__ jure (by law)
Charles Ludlam play 'The Mystery of __ Vep'
Hungarian patriot Nagy
Res __ loquitur (the thing speaks for itself)
Princess loved by Hercules
Former capital of Romania
Hebrew month after Nisan
'My Friend __', TV-radio show starring Marie Wilson
Russian-born contralto Petina
17th-Century Mexican poet Juana __ de la Cruz
Prince in an L. Frank Baum 'Oz' book
Pianist __ von Alpenheim
Paris suburb
__ of Court (British bar group)
Russian log house
British novelist Murdoch ('Under the Net' 'The Unicorn' 'The Black Prince')
Russian composer Stravinsky
1951 Tony Martin song '__ Ideas'
Small Japanese box worn on an obi
Duke Ellington's '__ a Song Go Out of My Heart'
One of the Nereids in Greek myth
Lake in Lombardy, Italy
One of the Brothers Karamazov (Dostoyevsky)
Greek argonaut who slew Castor
'__ Angel', Mae West film
Television actor Dixon ('Hogan's Heroes')
Tennessee's state flower; 'bearded' flower
Inner Hebrides island
Kansas town
Chichen __ (Mayan ruins)
Former Wall Street insider Boesky
Russian novelist Turgenev ('Fathers and Sons')
Anatomical passage
The Gloomy Dean (author and priest William __)
Austrian-born photographer __ Morath
Mother of Romulus and Remus
Singer __ Thomas, the Soul Queen of New Orleans
__ dixit (he himself said it - legal phrase)
Attendant on Cleopatra, in Shakespeare
Former Congolese prime minister Joseph
Esquire in 'Henry VI, Part II'
Andre Gide memoir '__ Die'
Elbe tributary
Intestinal parts
Of wrath, in a Latin hymn
__ de Castro (storied noblewoman of 1300's)
__ Drago, 'Rocky IV' villain
Soviet writer Ehrenburg ('The Thaw' 'People, Years, Life')
Tony-winning actress Judith ('Hurlyburly')
French noun suffix
Waitress in comic strip 'Garfield'
Russian aviation pioneer Sikorsky (inventor of the helicopter)
Don Juan's mother
4, on a sundial
New Rochelle, New York college
Latin for that or he
Currier's partner in lithography
__-Tass (Russian news agency)
Son of Bani, in the Bible
Hawaiian honeycreeper
'The Last Days of Pompeii' girl
Stephen Foster minstrel song 'Massa's __ Cold Ground'
Composer Alexander Borodin's 'Prince __'
__ Margarita, __ Mujeres (islands in the Caribbean Sea)
Jazz singer Anderson (sang with Duke Ellington)
Winnie __ Pu (Latin translation of 'Winnie the Pooh')
Italian for yesterday
Munich's river
Russian choreographer Moiseyev
Disney executive Robert
Former Spanish province in Morocco; Sidi __, Morocco
'Joy of Cooking' author Rombauer
Footnote word - 'the same' (Lat.)
Tolstoy's 'The Death of __ Ilych'
Library ID
South African iris
'Mockingbird' singer Foxx with brother Charlie
Old-time actress Chase ('Now, Voyager')
Shirt company - merged with Lacoste
Rudolf Noreyev documentary '__ a Dancer'
Early film director Thomas H __ ('Civilization')
Swedish entrepreneur Kreuger, the Match King
John Ciardi's '__ a Man'
German for her or their
Camera diaphragm
'__ la Douce' (Billy Wilder comedy starring Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine); French musical
American composer Charles ('Concord Sonata')
'The king', in Italian; '__ Pastore' (Mozart opera)
2002 literature Nobelist Kertesz (Holocaust survivor)

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