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New York Times crossword of September 11th, 2010 other clues
'___ plaintive anthem fades': Keats
'Candid Camera' co-host Jo Ann
'McMillan & Wife' network
'What the ...?'
'That's a shame'
'__ maior, minor cessat'
1956 film that earned an Oscar nomination for 11-year-old Patty McCormack
A catnap may not provide it
Basis of many positive IDs
Ancient humor
Paste container?
Person not credited for a save?
Player of Clouseau's superior
Playwright who co-founded the Abbey Theatre
Post-Manhattan Project org.
Protagonist bound for Mordor
Shows great instability
Situation a teen wants cleared up?
Sneeze triggers
Some four-year degs.
Some wiring whizzes: Abbr.
Strongly protesting
Struggling with middle management?
The Warta's outlet
They're often closed in an emergency
Trees in the mint family
Trigger familiarity
Try one's suit on?
Victorian conveyance
What a lei person might pick?
What barkers bark
What may encircle a rising chopper?
Whitewater navigator?
Yoga posture
Become inseparable
Boho-chic accessory
Bond girl opposite Lazenby
Budgeting concern
Campaign setting for Moshe Dayan
Churchyard, quaintly
Classmate of Felicity on 'Felicity'
Coin with the monogram of King Harald V
East End greeting
Eldest of an Alcott quartet
Emphasizes with vehemence
Emulate Electra
FedEx rival
Film critic Gleiberman
First name in '50s comedy
First-class flight amenity
Follower of directions
Grant consideration
Handle final details of
Hardly wholesome
High point of 1980 news
Hospital room fixture
It often messes tresses
Jack-in-the-pulpit, e.g.
L.A.-based music magazine
Like defendants
Like the Great Geysir
Lofty beginning?
Many a Beethoven work
Name attached to some 1836 'Sketches'
One often picked up after a split
One on a big case

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