Crossword Puzzle Words O4

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Annual race at Epsom Downs, with 'the'
First word of 'The Raven'
Baseball's Blue Moon __
Spicy stew
'Beetle Bailey' dog
'The Good Earth' heroine
Toward the mouth
Like Ogden Nash's lama
Baseball general manager Minaya
French for bear
French for eye
Companion of Muhammad; the second Muslim Caliph
__ strut (plane part)
Count __, villain in Lemony Snicket books
Court cry ('Hear ye!')
Dumbarton __, historic estate near Washington, D.C. (1944 conference site)
American writer Sarah __ Jewett
__ of Solomon (book of the Apocrypha)
Normandy - Caen river
Novus __ seclorum (Great Seal phrase)
German chemistry Nobelist Hahn, co-discover of nuclear fission
Jet black
Northern German/Czech river; Elbe tributary
Cameo stone
To dare, in France
Greek peak
'Jaws' vessel
Hebrew prophet Hosea, in the Douay Bible
Princess in L. Frank Baum books
Founder of the Holy Roman Empire, __ the Great
Elevator pioneer Elisha
Groucho in 'A Night at the Opera'
German physics Nobelist Stern
Greek mountain chain
Tony-nominated choreographer White ('The Music Man' 'Oliver!')
'70's Denver Broncos runningback Armstrong
German town, Frankfurt an der __
'Little Shop of Horrors' dentist
Stowe's 'The Pearl of __ Island'
Princess __ (Disney duck)
Kon-Tiki Museum site; Frogner Park locale
French for eleven
Taste of wood in some wines
Jerusalem's Mosque of __
Taliban mullah Mohammed __
TV backdrop
'Bloom County' penguin
Founder of Kievan Russia __ of Novgorod
Nebraska county
To dare, in Spain
One of four Holy Roman Emperors
Former Panamanian leader Torrijos
Polish-German border river (Polish name)
Flat plinth
Existence prefix
Longtime Los Angeles Times publisher Chandler
Soyuz cosmonaut Makarov
Ahab's father in the Bible
The duck in 'Peter and the Wolf'
Mayberry drunkard
Revolutionary James __, famous for saying 'Taxation without representation is tyranny'
Scottish port and resort
Twelve __ ('Gone With the Wind' plantation)
Stage actress and writer Cornelia __ Skinner
__ Ishii ('Kill Bill' character)
City of northern Finland
__ d'amore, double reed woodwind musical instrument
Odd, in Scotland
Former heavyweight champ Maskaev (Russian)
Count Basie's '__'Clock Jump'
Silent films star Petrova
Italian or Spanish for hatred
Setting of Albert Camus's 'The Plague'
Book of Mormon book
Few: Pref.
Ural River city
Salyut 7 cosmonaut Atkov
Sheik __ Abdel-Rahman, Egyptian leader of a militant Islamist movement
Book between Amos and Jonah (abbr.)
Russian saint
'Return of the Jedi' dancing girl
Tasmania's highest peak
Mountain: comb. form
German-Poland border river
First year Harvard law student
Son of Judah
German automaker
Upscale hotel chain
Ancient Greek coin
'O' to ham operators, once
One of the Ringling brothers
49-day period in Judaism; Post-Passover period
Port of Kyushu
Early 20th-Century Russian ballerina Spessivtseva
Two-time figure-skating Olympic gold medalist Protopopov
Novelist Whitney __ ('How to Make an American Quilt')
Old-time actor Kruger ('Magnificent Obsession')
Trompe l'__ (optical illusion art)
Old English money
Ricelike pasta
Hebrew dry measure
Western writer Wister ('The Virginian')
Baron of Strauss's 'Der Rosenkavalier'
Old Irish alphabet: Var.
New Zealand's Great Barrier Island
Richard Strauss opera 'Die Frau __ Schatten'; German for without
English artist John called 'The Cornish Wonder'
Norwegian speed-skating champ Johann __ Koss
Court cry (variation)
Force on earth, briefly
Italian bone
French wave
African antelope
Coup d'__ (quick glance)
Italian innkeeper or host
British general Wingate of WWII
Church calendar
Hawaiian thrush
Russian poet Mandelstam
German art patron Kahn
'__, you noblest English!' (Shakespeare's 'Henry V')
Ornamental pond fish
French for egg
Old Greek wine flask
Platinum wire loop; bacteriologist's wire
Latin - pharmaceutical oils
German composer and conducter, Klemperer
__ probandi (burden of proof)
Sacred Buddhist mountain in China
Italian for eight
Edward Elgar cantata 'King __'
Former Swedish prime minister Palme
German Olympic gold-medal winning swimmer, Kristin
Elbe River tributary
Lyricist Harbach ('Smoke Gets in Your Eyes' 'No, No, Nanette')
Seine tributary; department north of Paris
East Indian woody vine
Newspaper publisher Adolph
Santa Barbara suburb
Cole Porter song 'Miss __ Regrets'
Harem room: Var.
Russian actor Vidov
Algerian city
Giant chemicals and ammunition company
Israeli conductor Daniel
Lake in NW Italy
Scott Turow book
1989 Japanese film 'The Adventures of Milo and __' (pug)
__ vez (again, in Spanish)
Medieval Teutonic estate
Girl in Alexander Pushkin's 'Eugene Onegin' (also an opera and movie)
Character in Eugene O'Neill's 'Mourning Becomes Electra'
__ and terminer (criminal court) - legal hearing
Upper, in Germany
Gabonese president __ Bongo
City south of Moscow
Straw in the wind
Pulitzer-winning author Robert __ Butler
One of Chekhov's '3 Sisters'
KGB predecessor
Blood type, briefly
WWI poet Wilfred __ ('Dulce et Decorum Est')
Automobile pioneer Ransom E. __
Daughter of Eugene O'Neill
Olive genus
Minnesota's St. __ College
Yorkshire river; name of three English rivers
Eternity or universe, in Hebrew
Norwegian river
Old cartoonist Soglow ('The Little King')
Spanish artistic work
Roman emperor between Vitellius and Galba
German composer Carl ('Carmina Burana')

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