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New York Times crossword of September 2nd, 2015 other clues
Abound (with)
'Don't text and drive' spot, for short
'Losing My Religion' group
'Ooky' cousin on TV
'What is it?'
1968 Etta James album
Acts of the Apostles writer, by tradition
All-female group with the hit 'Free Your Mind'
Arles's river
Army E-3
Best Actress for 'Two Women'
Breaks, as a stallion
Cameron of 'Charlie's Angels'
Certain salad green
Cigarette levy, e.g
Classic Duke Ellington tune
College prank popular in the '50s
Composer with a horn named for him
Cover of knight?
CPR expert
Craft for couples
Cross-reference words
Crunchy corn chip
Dark half of a Chinese circle
Do a golf course job
Do the honors on Thanksgiving
Earth, in sci-fi tales
Eliot's 'cruellest' mo
Emailed, say
Fish that's never served raw because its blood is poisonous
Fit together, as gears
Game console pioneer
Hand-wringer's word
Happy, and then some
Head honcho
Headed for overtime
Hit bottom?
How a ship's sails may be positioned
Icky stuff
In the heart of
Invitation senders
Japanese genre with voice actors
Japanese toon with a red bow
Leonard who wrote 'Get Shorty'
Lollipop-loving character of 1970s TV
Margret and Hans, who created Curious George
Matt with 11 Olympic swimming medals
N.F.L. ref, slangily
Nearly worthless old French coin
No Mr. Right
Oblong tomato
Olympic speed skater Davis
On the contrary
Parochial school teacher, maybe
Perlman of 'Cheers'
Place where people practice
Platform for a drum set
Portfolio part, for short
Rafter's challenge
Readies, as leftovers
Really, really bad
Rheumatic ills
Setting for Capote's 'In Cold Blood'
Shoe lift
Slumber party game
Some 'Vette roofs
Spend time in a hammock, say
Surname on a financial weekly
They may be determined by sonograms
They're hidden in 17-, 25-, 36- and 47-Across
Tower over
Understood by few
Without a downside

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