Crossword Puzzle Words S4

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'70's tennis great Smith
Coll. entrance exam, once
European apple tree
American jazz pianist-composer Kenton
Scottish nightshirt
Pizzeria in 'Do the Right Thing'
'Buona __' (good evening, in Italian)
Dotted, in heraldry
District of Pakistan
Lower layer of the earth's crust; igneous rock
U.S. Coast Guard woman
NFL offensive guard Chris (New York Giants)
Rapper __-Lo ('I Wish')
Mining nail
French seaport
Photocopy, for short
Egyptian queen of the gods
Home tool maker
Indian actor of '30's - '60's ('Elephant Boy')
__ Ifni, __-bel-Abbes (North African cities)
WWI German Admiral Maximilian Graf von __
Baghdad's __ City
1960's civil rights grp.
Spanish muralist Jose Maria __
George Gershwin song from 'Strike Up the Band'
Indian title of respect: Var.
Old-time actress Anna ('Nana')
Clockmaker Thomas
Tartan pattern
Ancient city of Elam
Chinese dynasty a thousand years ago
Rudder support; keel extension
Bob Hoskin's role in 'Hook'
Irish short story writer O'Faolain
German battleship Graf __
Je ne __ quoi (I don't know what)
Puppeteer Tony
Welsh actress Phillips ('I, Claudius')
Bandleader Fields
Carangid fish
'Mens sana in corpore __' (a healthy mind in a healthy body)
Maine river or city
'Land', in central Asia
Peau de __ (soft fabric)
'60's - '70's Japanese leader Eisaku __
Irrational, to mathematicians
Central African group
'Honi __ qui mal y pense' (motto of the Order of the Garter)
__ Jahan (Taj Mahal builder)
Alone, as a female on stage
Gull-like predator of the Arctic
Utah's state flower - lily
Ko-Ko's weapon in 'The Mikado'
Roy Rogers's real surname
American lyrical poet Teasdale
Toni Morrison novel
Fish from Dover
'Melrose Place' actor Andrew
'Vic and __' of old radio
Leeward island, formerly of the Netherland Antilles
Catch on a gunlock
German for victory
Language related to Finnish; Laplander
Palm type or starch
English novelist Barstow ('A Kind of Loving')
Prune or lop off, in Scotland
Rectangular paving stone
Tony-winning 'Spamalot' actress Ramirez ('Grey's Anatomy')
Clan unit
Native South African village
Hindu trinity member - god of destruction
1974 Sutherland/Gould spoof
'Say __', song recorded by the Andrew Sisters and Glenn Miller
Body of an organism
Port __, Egypt
Stable attendant, in India
Knob on an organ
__ souci (carefree)
French for silk
Atlantic food fish; porgy
Kiss, in Britian
WWI French fighter plane
Gather on the surface, chemically
Evenings, in Italy
Noon service, to ecclesiastics; canonical hour
Spore clusters
Coarse hominy; corn porridge
Pas __ (dance solo); French for alone
Woman's magazine
Adaptable aircraft
'Quien __?' (Spanish 'who knows')
Lustrous mineral
Revolutionary War commander __ Warner
__-serif (type style)
Old English bard
French city on the Yonne River; city of the Huguenots
Reddish-brown gem
__ bath (therapeutic treatment)
Film extra, for short
__ Kramer, 2010 Dutch Olympic speed-skating gold medalist
Sonoran Indian
Sharp: pref.
Heroin, slangily
Pearl S. Buck's sequel to 'The Good Earth'
Young, male red deer
Southeast Asia ethnic group
I am, in Italy; 'Dove __' (Mozart aria)
FDR's mother __ Delano
Former Iranian president Bani-__
Toots __, Manhattan restaurateur
Koran chapter
Rabbit's tail
Young oyster
Garden tool
Zaire's president Mobuto __ Seko
Musical connector; arc on a score
Director Gene ('Mame' 'The Odd Couple')
Mystery writer Paretsky
American playwright Irwin __ ('The Young Lions' 'Rich Man, Poor Man')
Ukrainian river which flows into the Pripet River
Festoon; drapery, wreath, etc.
Rama's wife, in a Hindu epic
Pillow cover
Jazz singer or British actress Sylvia (2 different people)
American author-illustrator Silverstein
Actor LaBeouf ('Transformers' 'Disturbia')
WWI admiral William
Handel oratorio
Small barracuda
Loudness unit
Chinese city on the Wei, old style
Writer H.H. Munro's pseudonym
Cartoonist Drake ('The Heart of Juliet Jones')
Straw beehive
Capital of Valais, Switzerland
Former CNN anchor Bernard
Lady Macbeth's damned thing
German for very
Weaver's reed; reed of a loom
Gaiter; old-fashioned footwear
Oliver Wendell Holmes poem 'Wonderful One-Hoss __'
Small rail bird
Priory of __, group in 'The Da Vinci Code'
Japanese noodle
Voiceless, in phonetics
Mr. Pecksniff of Dickens's 'Martin Chuzzlewit'
Swedish cinematographer Nykvist
'Volsunga __', 13th-Century Icelandic epic
Roman goddess of hope
1970 Shirley MacLaine movie 'Two Mules for Sister __'
Initials referring to ancient Rome
Bon __ (good evening, in French)
Old-time Irish actress Allgood ('How Green Was My Valley')
Zsa Zsa Gabor's real first name
Flesh: pref.
One-horse carriage
Blood fluid: Prefix
Faro card
Spanish architect Jose Luis __ (Harvard Science Center)
Filmmaker Gus Van __ ('Good Will Hunting' 'Milk')
Unfermented grape juice
Gush forth: Var.
Swedish explorer of Central Asia, __ Hedin
Child-welfare org.
Tunisian port
Son of Ramses I
'Brave New World' drug
Grammy-winning reggae artist __ Paul
Comme ci, comme ca
Nine inches
Like some Spanish wine; dry, in Spain
Philippine archipelago
Noah's firstborn - brother of Ham & Japheth
Sequence of stages, in ecology
Since, in Scotland
Levantine ketch
Mason's wedge; carpenter's leveler
Half: pref.
Brother of Cain and Abel
1980's sitcom starring Geena Davis
Bird feeder food
Opposite of legato, in mus. (abbr.)
Vodka brand
Italian director Vittoro De __('The Bicycle Thief')
Jazz saxophonist Zoot __
French for seven
Spanish for healthy
Former president of Facebook and co-founder of Napster, Parker
Hebrew letter
Rossini opera 'La Scala di __'
Scottish river noted for salmon fishing
Central Asian mountain range, Tien __
Popular '30's dance

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