Crossword Puzzle Words N4

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Former car manufacturer, __ Motors
Town near Napoli; where Augustus died
Dorothy L. Sayers mystery 'The __ Tailors'
American portraitist Alice
Silent screen star Naldi
Ovid's real name, Publius Ovidius __
Movie whale
Remote telecast
General McAuliffe's defiant reply in 1944
__ bene (note well), legal phrase
NPR host __ Conan
Pheasant group
Italian actor Franco __ ('Camelot')
Former Georgia senator Sam
Serbian city: Var.
Koh-i-__ diamond
Vaudeville singer Bayes ('Shine on, Harvest Moon')
'Peter Pan' dog; the Darlings' dog
Italian saint Philip __
River in Ireland
1945 Noel Coward song
Lincoln Peirce comic strip 'Big __'
__ me tangere (touch me not), biblical phrase
Local theater, slangily
Little __, Dickens girl ('The Old Curiosity Shop')
Old comic strip, 'Little __'
Island near Sumatra
Tiber tributary
Conde __ (magazine publisher)
Dudley Do-Right's love
__ the Great (boy detective)
German for nine
Emile Zola heroine
French for north
Knots; intricate plots
Marlon Brando's 'I Remember Mama' role (Broadway play)
Hungarian patriot Imre __
Not final, in law or a decree - Latin for unless
Short textile fibers; wool knot
Mount from which Moses viewed the Promised Land
Insect or spider nests
Hebrew patriarch
__ Gwyn, mistress of Charles II
Basketry or thatching palm
Ancient Greek temple
__ Matsuhisa, celebrity chef and restaurateu
German for new
Workers' rights org.
New York congresswoman Lowey
Nick and __ Charles of 'The Thin Man'
Lye or caustic soda, chemically
His __ (self-important man)
Bourgeois, to the British
Italian tenor Martini
English river
No, in Germany
French for nine
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Prepare to shoot, as an arrow
Cured and smoked salmon
De __ (from the start)
Mathematician played by Russell Crowe, John Forbes __, Jr.
Norse goddess of fate
'I, Claudius' role; 'Quo Vadis' role; Agrippina's son and slayer; Poppaea's husband
Manhattan neighborhood
French department whose capital is Lille
Writer-director __ Jordan ('The Crying Game')
American-born Jordanian queen
Greek goddess of victory
'__-ce pas?' ('Is it not')
Long-distance swimmer Diana
Aromatic herb used by the ancients
Political cartoonist Thomas
Pele's org. (former American sports league)
__ Galerie (Manhattan art museum)
'Six Feet Under' son
James Joyce's wife
Wagon tongue, in New England
__ Deep (oceanic depression)
Alaska's __ Islands
Actress Patricia ('Hud' 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' 'The Homecoming')
The __, Thames estuary sandbank
Name hidden in Al Hirschfeld's portraits; his daughter
Romance novelist Roberts
French tennis player Yannick __
Director of the musicals 'Cats' and 'Les Miserables', Trevor __
Okinawan port
Crash-investigating org.
Seaweed wrapped around sushi
Nickelodeon's '__ Declassified School Survival Guide'
Japan's first captial
Informal denial
Profit, in England
Reply to the Little Red Hen
British nursemaid
__ Sheehan, Pulitzer-winning writer on Vietnam
St. Petersburg's river
South Pacific island, formerly known as Savage Island
Spanish for baby
Promontory
Dutch-born actress Foch ('Executive Suite')
Vincent Lopez's theme song
1982 Tony-winning musical based on Fellini's '8 1/2'
Actor Wyle of 'ER'
Ingenue in Chekhov's 'The Seagull'
U.S. missile
Selma Lagerlof's 'The Wonderful Adventures of __'
Linguist Chomsky
Humanoid race and language in 'Avatar'
iPod type
Serbian city __ Sad
Arthur Koestler novel 'Darkness at __'
Actress Talbot ('Hogan's Heroes')
Jazz singer Simone

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