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

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