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New York Times crossword of October 5th, 2008 other clues
What 'matar' means on an Indian menu
What each starred clue — and its answer — contains
Whopper topper
Wilson of 'The Darjeeling Limited'
Word with aunt or voyage
___ Beach, Fla.
___ ear
___ instincts
___ the board
Drug company once headed by Donald Rumsfeld
Escarpment
Events gone by
Filch
Fixed motor parts
Flower parts
Forerunner of the K.G.B.
From square one
G.I.'s
Gallic toppers
Gerald's predecessor
German wine made from the late harvest
Getaway locale
Godliness
Goes on 'Wheel of Fortune'?
Gourmand
Great Trek trekker
Hair line?
Hanging over many a mantel
Hiccup
Home of the Cadillac Ranch
How the Great Sphinx looks
Hwys.
Ilk
Invited
Jacket material?
Juice
Kensington kiss
Key shade
Kind of examiner 56-Across was
Less welcoming
Lid attachment
See 47-Down
Serve well
Shift, in volleyball
Shore birds
Short jackets for boys
Short jackets for women
Showcase item
Showing concern?
Ski runs, e.g.
Skye of 'Say Anything ...'
Small birds, in British lingo
Snail variety whose name means 'small gray'
Snaps back?
Socrates or Pythagoras, e.g.
Some shapes in topology
Spinner for the Spinners
Sport for rikishi
Staff members: Abbr.
Stainless steel, for one
Start of a counting rhyme
Strongly green
Studio supporter
Sunroof and spoilers, e.g.
Swells up
Takeout option
Takes for granted
Tears
Terse order
The fifth element
They're no good
Thomas Gray and others
Verdant stretches
Vintage autos
Weekly with 30+ million circulation
West Flanders site of three W.W. I battles
'Ally McBeal' co-star Lucy
'Git!'
'Pass the Courvoisier' rapper
'Is that ___?'
'Heavens to Betsy!'
'Killer' program
'Pipe down!'
'Rama Lama Ding Dong' singers, with 'the'
'Swept Away' director Guy
'Ville d'Avray' painter
'___ homo'
*1968 firm featuring a murderous cheerleader
*Bad drivers back them up
*Bean, e.g.
*Common Guernsey bull
*Get blankets
*Novice in an ad campaign
*Onetime regal status of Shanghai or Canton
*Urban farce
*What theaters play
*Where stars can be seen fluffing and folding
1 to 10, say
1977 flick with the tagline 'Terror just beneath the surface'
2000 Jennifer Lopez thriller
Absorb, in a way
Apothecary container
Apple cores?: Abbr.
Available
Badge awarder: Abbr.
Broke out
Bygone P.M. with a palindromic name
Cabernets, e.g.
Certified
Chihuahua change
Chilling: Var.
Clinton's first labor secretary
Columbia athlete
Complete, as a Senate term
Composer Charles
Computer information path
Designer Pucci
Destination for Mary and Joseph
Life
Like xenon
Little foxes
Little yelps
Look lasciviously
Lower part of a duet
Make ready for the dishwasher
Mangle by mastication
Mardi Gras follower
Mexican waterways
Mole, e.g.
Monkey predator
N.L. Central team: Abbr.
New newts
Old car with the slogan 'We are driven'
On easy street
One of Luther's 95
Ones being tested
Ones who are always starting something?
Part of FEMA: Abbr.
Perfunctory
Pizzeria chain, familiarly
Places to develop
Playground quarry
Precision
Presides over as a judge
Pub order
Pulitzer-winning journalist Seymour
Rap sheet listing
Region including Texarkana
Robust
Roget offerings: Abbr.
Roy Rogers sidekick Devine
Russian diet?
Seafood dishes

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