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Actor Patrick, Tony recipient for 'Marat/Sade'
Philippines' highest peak: Abbr.
Scottish ballerina Shearer
H.H. __ (Saki's real name)
Of the cheekbone
Wavelike design on garments (silk)
One of Chekov's 'Three Sisters'
One of the Gospels, in a Spanish bible
Film mogul Louis B. __; the second 'M' of MGM
The acid in apples
Woman in Spain
Naval historian Alfred Thayer __
Barack Obama's daughter
St. __ River (Michigan-Ontario divider)
City in Argentina
French painter Edouard ('Olympia')
Purple shade
Rapid, in music
German wine valley; Metz's river
James Thurber's fantasizer
Hot cereal name
Cuban patriot and writer Jose
Tuesday, in France
Australian opera singer Dame Nellie
Greek god of ridicule
Bishop's headdress (spelt differently in Britain)
Spanish actress Carmen __
Latin American writer __ Vargas Llosa
Parson's home
Photo finish - not shiny
Red Bordeaux
Broadway actor Robert ('Tru' 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying')
1957 hit for the Bobbettes
Raymond's mother on 'Everybody Loves Raymond'
Canadian short story writer Alice ('Dance of the Happy Shades' 'Open Secrets')
One of the three original Muses - Muse of memory
English-born cabaret singer Mercer
Author Stephenie who wrote the 'Twilight' novels
Jacques-Louis David painting, 'The Death of __'
__ President; __ Secretary (female titles)
Photography lens
French impressionist Claude ('Waterlilies' 'Haystacks')
British author Peter ('A Year in Provence')
North Sea tributary; Verdun's river
Thomas Malory's 'Le __ d'Arthur'
Julie Andrews role in 'The Sound of Music' (also a song)
Beethoven's '__ Solemnis'
Sacred song
Ancient Athenian sculptor of athletes ('Discus Thrower')
Cuba's __ Castle
British actress Oberon ('Wuthering Heights')
Single-celled creature
American jazz singer Carmen
French revolutionary Jean Paul; Corday's victim
Poe's 'The Mystery of __ Roget'
A Gabor sister
Song thrush
Peter Weiss drama '__/Sade'
Dog's skin problem
Son of Japheth, grandson of Noah
New Zealand mystery writer Ngaio (Dame - Edgar winner)
Indian conductor Zubin (NY Philharmonic Orchestra)
Extremely, in 1970's slang
__ David (six-pointed star)
Pulitzer-winning theater critic, __ Jefferson
__ Arens, former Israeli defense minister
French for museum
Dancer/actress Gaynor ('South Pacific')
PC shortcut
Fate, in Greek myth
Silent movies actress Normand
__ College near San Francisco
Irish novelist Binchy ('Circle of Friends')
Island in the Taiwan Strait
American actress and sex symbol Van Doren
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Paris daily newspaper 'Le __'
Words repeated after 'O Absalom' in the Bible
'West Side Story' girl or song
__ Bornes (French card game)
Egyptian king credited with founding the First Dynasty
__ Lacs, Minn.
Marilyn of the 5th Dimension, who hosted TV's 'Solid Gold'
Book before Nahum - after Jonah
French for morning
Civilian clothes
Electromagnetic wave enhancer
San Rafael, California's county
Marshal under Napoleon, Joachim __
Child prodigy of 'Heroes'
British mom
Leon Uris's '__ Pass'
A thousand, in France
Mythical king of Greece
Intermediate or intervening, in law
American soprano Nixon
Frankie of 'Malcolm in the Middle'
'The Pirates of Penzance' heroine
Melancholy, in music
Insulation material; solar sails material
Yemeni port famous for its coffee
Jason's wife, in Greek myth; Euripides tragedy
Atlanta train and bus system
Millionths of a meter
American Modernist poet Marianne ('Collected Poems')
Fictional planet in 'Flash Gordon'
1920's Chicago gangster Bugs __
Heroine of William Inge's 'Picnic'
Ancient Ethiopian capital
Mikhail Baryshnikov, to friends
'Little Women' surname
Tuscan city known for its marble quarries
Jules Massenet opera
Very, in music
Tony-winner Moore (R&B singer)
Israeli statesman Dayan of the Six-Day War
Madame Tussaud, founder of wax museum
Old country-and-western star __ Travis ('Sixteen Tons' 'Dark as a Dungeon')
Inspector in Colin Dexter's detective novels; partner with Lewis
Person who performs bris in a Jewish rite
Part of an atomic clock
Getty Center architect Richard
Gold-medalist skier Hermann (1998 Olympics)
Western landscapist Thomas
Another name for a half note
Swimmer Debbie who won 3 gold medals at the 1968 Olympics
El __ (Peruvian volcano)
One-sixtieth of a fluid dram
Fictional sleuth Travis (created by John D MacDonald)
19th-Century poet Clement Clarke __ ('A Visit from St. Nicholas')
John Fowles novel 'The __'
First A.F.L.-C.I.O. president George
Beatrix Potter bunny
English sculptor Henry
Pharmaceutical giant
Horse blanket; Spanish shawl
Muslim messiah
Cosmetician Norman
Land in 'Ezekiel'; Gog and __
Jamaican-American novelist Claude ('Home to Harlem')
Legendary Washington hostess Perle
Job going nowhere, in modern slang
Kind of joint or box; oblique surface in carpentry; join, in woodworking
Japanese comics style
__-Mokra ('Hiawatha' bear)
Popular children's song 'Skip to __'
German conductor Kurt
Author-director Nicholas ('The Seven-Per-Cent Solution')
Truman biographer Miller
French director Louis ('My Dinner With Andre')

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