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French for death
'New York Times' food critic Sheraton
High-ranking NCO
All-Star third baseman Melvin
__ court (law school exercise)
Volcanic crater
Nuclear missile
French for noon
Ancient kingdom of Jordan (OT)
Maurice Chevalier's theme song
Wizard - caster of spells
Future doctor's exam
Olympic swimmer Biondi
__ Harker, wife in Bram Stoker's 'Dracula'
Dutch physicist Simon van der __ (1984 co-Nobelist)
French city on the Moselle River
Chicago exchange, for short
German for moon
'Beetle Bailey' and 'Hi and Lois' creator Walker
Unit of cultural information
Mindbender of 'Catch-22'
Ancient city in modern day Turkey; home of St. Nicholas
Big name in Champagne
Clayey deposit
Work hard - drudge
The south of France
Boundary between the earth's crust and mantle
Sister of Lazarus, in the Bible
__ & Chandon Champagne
Jerry Herman musical - Broadway 'auntie'
Cartoonist Gross
Conductor Ricardo (La Scala music director)
British dame pianist Hess
Wine press residue; French grape brandy
Unit of metrical time
Voodoo charm
Look, in Spanish
Basketball player Carmelo Anthony's nickname
St. __ (French seaport)
Number on a new-car sticker (abbr)
'The __ Love' (Gershwin song)
Less, in music
Tennyson poem
Pioneering women's rights activist Lucretia
1950's TV comedy/drama starring Peggy Wood
Red giant in the constellation Cetus
Bond type, briefly
Pulitzer dramatist Connelly ('The Green Pastures')
Miss Muller of a John Greenleaf Whittier poem
Con __ (rather fast, in music)
French for husband
Whirl or turn ceaselessly
Basketball Hall-of-Famer Harshman (collegiate coach in Washington)
Word on a wall in Daniel (literally 'numbered')
Hawaiian honey eater
Mr. __, John P. Marquand detective (Peter Lorre played him)
Conservative political columnist Charen
'Black Beauty' star Freeman
Celtic language
Art Spiegelman's Pulitzer-winning graphic novel
Poetic pond
Newsman Roger
Jazz keyboardist Saunders
Ancient Persian
__-en-scene (stage setting)
Novelist Simpson ('Anywhere But Here' 'Off Keck Road')
1987 Masters winner Larry
1980's TV detective Houston
Jazz pianist Allison
Kind of bean
Abbreviation for merchandise
'La Boheme' heroine
Jazz flutist Herbie
Drudge of 'The Drudge Report'
Utah town
'Momma' cartoonist Lazarus
Southern Filipino
French film director Allegret
English actress of the stage and film, Washbourne
__ fides (bad faith): Lat.
19th Century educator Horace
Longtime co-host on 'Today', Lauer
'Flash Gordon' villain __ the Merciless
'Jabberwocky' word
French for same
Homer Simpson's mom
Classic name in copiers
Fictional spy __ Helm (created by Donald Hamilton)
Internet __ (viral phenomenom)
Novelist Thomas ('Death in Venice' 'Doctor Faustus')
Mother of Hermes - eldest of the Pleiades
Spicy chocolate sauce
Entomb in a wall
Spanish tennis star Carlos
French for but
Austrian physicist with an eponymous number
Marisa's 'My Cousin Vinny' role
German architect __ van der Rohe
'__ 18' (Leon Uris novel)
Balthasar, Caspar, and Melchior
Street in New York's Chinatown
Flirt, in old slang
Jazz vibraphonist Jackson
Self-referential, in modern lingo
Goya's 'The Naked __'
'Who's the Boss?' mother
'The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas' woman
German mouse
'__ oui' (certainly): Fr.
Nickname of the Spice Girls' Sporty Spice
__ Stone, co-creator of 'South Park'
American fashion designer Jacobs
Italian Prime Minister Aldo __ ('60's - 70's)
Stone breakwater
__ Groening - creator of 'The Simpsons'
Billy famous for infomercials
Japanese soup - high-protein paste
Spanish surrealist Joan ('Harlequin's Carnival' 'Blue II')
Japanese merchant ship
Row of stables; residential alley, in Britian
Author Peter ('Serpico' 'Underboss')
Retailer R.H. __
Open-back shoe; bedroom slipper
Pulitzer-winning poet Van Duyn
Big name in faucets
Hired soldier, in slang

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