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|New York Times crossword of September 14th, 2006 other clues|
|'And ___ bed'|
|'Gilligan's Island' star|
|'The Winslow Boy' screenwriter/director David|
|A bit crazy|
|Aircraft parking spot|
|Army post near Mt. Holly, N.J.|
|Auxiliary service member, once|
|Baedeker of the Baedeker travel guides|
|Big inits. in bowling|
|Eponym of a physics lab near Chicago|
|It may be sweet or hard|
|Lemon or peach|
|Like a bad night's sleep|
|Music's ___ Vanilli|
|Nancy Drew's beau|
|Novelist ___ Mae Brown|
|Ones heading for the hills?|
|Part of the head|
|Presidential middle name|
|Relatives of Moors|
|River to the North Sea|
|Scotland's Firth of ___|
|Start of a Cockney toast|
|Tenant farm, in Britain|
|___ Bay, Sunshine Skyway locale|
|___ Novello Award for songwriters|
|___ Oscar (entree)|
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