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New York Times crossword of September 18th, 2018 other clues
Bar, in legalese
European capital whose name most people incorrectly accent on the second syllable
Wearers of kilts
Pungent-smelling gas represented in 57-Across and 49-Down
Fixed time
What '*' may mean in a reference book
Beef marbling
'Bye for now!'
Put down, in slang
Flammable gas represented in 18-Across and 9-Down
Where the lowest-numbered avenues in Manhattan are
Blame, as for a crime
Rank under Lt. Col
Flying start?
Word after fire ... or a synonym of fire
CARE, e.g., in brief
Removes, as cream
___ mints
Group in a pit
Charles Atlas and others
Respiratory gas represented in 36-Across
How a hamburger may be ordered
___ soap
Chromebook competitor
Road sign with an arrow
'!!!'
Insurance filings
'No thanks, I already ___'
Santa ___ winds
'Come as you ___'
Kimono sash
Clasp
Clothing brand with a horse head logo
Send into exile
Kind of dancer
'Sixteen Candles' director, 1984
Cut, as logs
Shout to a pest
'It's urgent' in the E.R
Letters on an auto sticker
'Sorta' suffix
Dance in the days of doo-wop
Sneeze sound
'No way, José'
Like 10-watt light bulbs
'Tiny Bubbles' singer
Day care knee scrape, e.g
Speak to a crowd
'S.N.L.' alum Fey
Like non-Rx meds
'Well, what have we here?!'
Devices that may serve as cash registers
Sporty autos
Low-cost prefix
1981 royal bride
Distance markers along a highway
The Devil
Means of hair removal
1990s BP acquisition
Do a price check on, e.g
Unwelcome acknowledgment
N.B.A. coach Steve
Actress ___ Pinkett Smith
Drenched
Vehicles made for rough terrain
Of the cheek
Earthenware container
Very silly
One leading the festivities
Back tooth
Easily changing emotions
W.W. II arena
Part of da-DUM, da-DUM, da-DUM
Bandmate of Harrison, Lennon and McCartney
Protection against sunburn

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