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New York Times crossword of September 29th, 2005 other clues
'Ain't ___ Sweet?'
'Aren't we the comedian?!'
'Far out, man!'
'Quite possibly'
'That feels good!'
'___ get it!'
'___ hollers, let …'
'… ___ saw Elba'
1974 top 10 hit with Spanish lyrics
Ambulance staffer, for short
Appurtenance for Santa
Blasts out
Capital NW of Drammen
Card game with forfeits
Chemical suffixes
Decorative pottery and such
Drag through the mud
E. S. ___, old game company famous for Yahtzee and Bingo
Elia Kazan's autobiography
Emir's land
Ferry destination, possibly
Four pairs
Fraternity character
H.S. subject
Half of a 1980's TV team
Hardly go-getters
K follower
Kung ___ chicken
Lead character in a Mario Puzo novel
Loosened (up)
Medical suffix
Mine passages
Month 'The Motorcycle Diaries' begins
Necessity for some, in order to go to the movies
Nets with floats
Nod's significance
On the perimeter
On the road
One of the Munsters
One who's sorry
Pizarro's conquest
Playing marble
Prefix with puncture
See 17-Across
See 17-Across
See 17-Across
See 17-Across
Singer Coolidge
Sixth-century year
Small knot
Sole saver
Something bad to be caught in
Spanish for 'poplar'
Spray target, perhaps
Take a peek
They may hang by the neck
Tommy Rettig's co-star in 1950's TV
Verizon, for one
Where ships go
With 25-, 45- and 58-Across, some advice by 36-Across
Wynken, Blynken and Nod, e.g.
Zoot suit feature
___ avis
___ cherry

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