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Account execs crossword clue


R E P S

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New York Times crossword of October 14th, 2001 other clues
'Stay!'
'Jurassic Park' actress
'Must be ___ news day'
'Paradise Lost' figure
'Skedaddle!'
'The Godfather' actress
'This is no joke!'
'Whether times are good ___, happy ...' (1971 song lyric)
'Would ___ to you?'
'You said it!,' in Sonora
113-Across, e.g.
1981 film '___ Jeunesse'
1988 platinum-selling country album
Actor Bates
Actress Sobieski of 'Joan of Arc'
Basketmaking need
Bedwear
Bonny lass's reply, maybe
Bringing a blush to the cheek, maybe
Bug
Buzzer
Calendario page
Ceaseless, in poetry
Certain homecoming attendees
Certain school grade
Charlie Chaplin title
Chemical suffix
Compares
Compliments, as to the chef
Cone makers
Contents of the Uffizi Gallery
Crumble
Deli order
Devotes
Diamond stats
Docking spots
Doorkeeper's reply
End of the quote
Famed Leontyne Price role
Farm outbuilding
Fight enders, briefly
First name in 50's TV
First-class
Melancholy, in music
Metal in witherite
Middle of the quote
Mullah's land
N.Y.C. subway
Not many
Novelist Gould
Old ___ (Davy Crockett's rifle)
Onetime communications giant
Ornamental shrub
Out of control
Oz visitor
Packing a punch
Philosophy 101 subject
Pitching style
Place for a grilling
Plow pioneer
Plugging away
Posterior
Posts on the stairs
Prefix with -hedron
Prefix with colored
Psychological manipulation
Rating
Rudiments
Rustic digs
Salon job
See 71-Across
Shipbuilder's stock
Shrimp, lobsters, etc.
Sign of refinement
Singer Luft
Soaks
Some gang members
Soprano Moffo
Flock member
Foil
Formerly
French men's magazine
Garrisons: Abbr.
General Assembly topic
Gentle one
German musical family
Gore and others
Got through to
Gush
Hawaiian foodfish
Head of England
Hopping mad
In a state of reverence
In-flight info, for short
Is idle
It comes with strings attached
It connects to the stem
It's right on a clock
Jack's love in 'Titanic'
Just open
Kind of lock
Kind of shirt
Landing site of 4/1/45
Lean (on)
Like lilac leaves
Like palm trees in a storm
Like some refugees
Like the Olympics: Abbr.
Like ___ off the old block
Literary olio
Log-on code
Make beloved
Sore ankle application
Speaker of the quote
Spike Lee's '___ Gotta Have It'
Start of a quote
State capital?
Subject of Avogadro's law
Suffix with persist
Suffix with techno-
Surface
Swear (to)
Swirl
Syndicate since 1960
Tight
Tube top
Turn in many a children's game
TV site
Uncle ___
Unit of force
Warner Bros. inventory
Was almost out of stock
What's that, Carlo?
Where 113-Across's creations may appear
Windmill part
With 66-Across, former New York politician
Words
Words from 113-Across
___ smoke

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