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Creative inspiration

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NewsDay.com September 15 2019 MUSE
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NewsDay.com Clues January 07, 2018

Equivalent of C sharp
Be worried
Vuitton competitor
Creative inspiration
Yellowish green
Any Bryn Mawr grad
Piece for a diva
The first part of his ''Ulysses'' was published in 1918
Tennis ''hustler'' born in 1918
Sandal features
Actress Watts
Exclusive license of a sort
The Bee __ (''Night Fever'' trio)
Tic Tacs alternative
Penne __ vodka
Riles up
Olympics symbol
Boston or Austin
Poor poker pair
French general who signed the 1918 armistice
Yale student
Prepare, as a salad
Novelist Paretsky
Word on Irish euros
When Michelangelo finished ''David''
Guess, for short
First film Tarzan, in 1918
Less seasoned
What some sports cars lack
Lorna of literature
Nutrient in seaweed
Poll tally
Manhattan Project VIP
Quest for Galahad
Tedious journey
Little Havana's home
GI dog-tag data
In one piece
Her ''My Ántonia'' was published in 1918
''There's no __ 'team'''
Boone nickname
Small town
Title bestowed on Julie Andrews
''Rock-a-bye'' subject of a 1918 Jolson song
''The Lion King'' hero
Smarten up
Petrified wood, e.g.
Authoritative order
Curtain-raising time
St. Teresa's home
Hawaii's high point
Their first studio opened in 1918
Iconic doll introduced in 1918
Successful, in show-biz slang
Coleridge creation
Brief run-in
City near Düsseldorf
Rescue team: Abbr.
''__ a Grecian Urn''
Martial arts school
Tent entrance
Sherbet flavor
Iron Man, Hulk and colleagues
Perfume counter bottles
Ice on the sea
Shafts of light
Space-saving abbr.
South Africa's last prime minister
Suite things
It means ''both''
Small portion
Wherever you like
Rum cocktail
Provide an endorsement
Cardinal point
''Average'' fellows
Ellison or Emerson
Shoe support
Atolls, essentially
Symbol of growth potential
Later on
Lasso loop
His ''The Planets'' premiered in 1918
Mystic's deck
Red Sox great born in 1918
Totally unfamiliar
Book in Bordeaux
Some day-care arrangers
''Madam Secretary'' star
Submit a return
Daily ritual
Data holders, for instance
Big name in blush
Shining example
Designer Kamali
Vacuum ''feature''
Apt rhyme for ''bowls''
Second-quality, for short
Young ''femme''
Walt Disney Concert Hall architect
Big Band music
Actress Sevigny
Ornate buttons
Rain clouds
Most weighty NBA Hall of Famer
Crayon materials
Cut short a project
Become scattered
Much less than impressed
Designer von Furstenberg
War of 1812 president
English spy novelist
Does bad to
Hot-air duct
Call forth
Trusted advisors
On the road
Home for a hamster
Ending for Jumbo at a ballpark
Trajectory paths
Grp. in charge
Parent of Princess Charlotte
It means ''inner''
Bard's ''before long''
Red Sox, on scoreboards

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