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New York Times crossword of October 1st, 2008 other clues
'Maria ___,' 1941 #1 hit
'Mon ___!'
'The Rubáiyát' poet
A long, long time
'___ song of sixpence'
A+: Abbr.
Abode north of the Arctic Circle
Agreed ___
Athlete who's not dashing?
Author Dinesen
Balanced
Banged up
Bangladesh's capital, old-style
Bank protector, for short
Baseball pioneer Doubleday
Big bump
Big lugs
Big name in kitchen gadgets
Blue
Blue, south of the border
Bonkers
Camera setting
Candidate trailing Bush and Gore
Carnivorous fish
Cheap laughs
Cleopatra used it as a beauty lotion
College cheer
Cy Young winner Hershiser
Dining table expander
Doer of stand-up
Drug ___
Ed of 'Roots'
End of a popular saying related to this puzzle's theme
Equipment with a headset
Fake
Figure in 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe'
Florida senator Martinez
Former Telecom giant
French rejection
Gardeners may work on them
German car
Hoodwink
How some packages arrive
How to link the 12 letters in this puzzle with a single line to make a picture
Hughes poem with the line 'They send me to eat in the kitchen'
Internet equipment powerhouse
Introductory course, often
Jim Croce's '___ Name'
John Denver wrote two songs about this town
Just after birth
Kind of cuisine in which onions, bell peppers and celery are the 'holy trinity'
Kind of puzzle suggested by this crossword's theme
King, in Portugal
Logan's locale
Mice can be found around them
One way to be caught
Oreo filling
Precursor of the Apple Macintosh
Prefix with tourism
Quibble
Russian car
Semiprecious stones
Sheepshanks, e.g.
Sit behind bars
Sparkle and wit
Sure thing
Surveyor's map
Sweater type
Terse letter opener
The 'D' in R&D: Abbr.
Toy gun ammo
Tremendous
Univ. in Troy, N.Y.
Unnice comment
Way to find your way: Abbr.
What one might do in 27-Down
___ Gay

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