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New York Times crossword of October 1st, 2006 other clues
___ Artois, beer from Belgium
___ Defarge of 'A Tale of Two Cities'
___ set (group of tools)
___ seul (solo dance)
Change for a fin
Chess champion Mikhail
Clash (with)
Classic New Yorker cartoonist ___ Irvin
Close pitches
Common street name
Construction material in King Solomon's temple
Cry made with one's arm behind one's back
Dancing girl in 'The Return of the Jedi'
Delivery lines: Abbr.
Driver's aid
Early Beatles, affectionately
Fast server?
First name in gossip
Fla. vacation spot
Flashback caption
Floor wiper
Grp. with the 1977 platinum album 'Out of the Blue'
Healing plants
Hells Canyon locale
Hit man
Hoboes by nature?
Impatient agreement
Insomnia cause
Island that's part of 90-Down: Abbr.
It may be said after kissing the tips of one's fingers
Jellied dishes in England
Kid watcher
Kind of acid
Recipe abbr.
Repetitive sort
Result of whipping?
Riga native
Ring figure
Sarcastic comment
Seductive Longoria
See 84-Down: Abbr.
Shirt tag info
Show horse
Simmons competitor
Site of a 1797 Napoleon victory
Skeletal support in a sponge
Slimmest election margin
Some hotel visits
Spanish for 'are'
Squad leaders: Abbr.
St. Martin, e.g.
Start to a bit of bad news
Suffix with electro-
Suffix with flex
Summer coolers
That, to Tadeo
Top Tatar's tattler?
Unable to get loose
Urban carriers
VCR insert
Wake-up call, e.g.
Way to the top
What the peddler owes?
Woeful words
'Every ___ king'
'Mr. Belvedere' co-star
'Quit your excuses'
'The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?' writer
'The ground ___ she trod': Milton
'You're ___!' (Archie Bunker comment)
100 centimes
1940's first lady
Advice for an understaffed yachtsman?
All, in music
Alley ___
Apple holder, maybe
Architect William Van ___
At no charge
Balcony's edge
Best-selling baseball equipment?
Big fat mouth
Black currant flavor in wines
Blue dye
Bottom-of-letter abbr.
Bush activities
Bust ___
Cake part
Cartoonist who drew the Shmoo
Cause of some spots
'All My ___ Live in Texas' (1987 #1 country hit)
Knocked their socks off
Law man?
Ledger column
Less than right?
Literally, 'big water'
Little Rock-to-Memphis dir.
Lt.'s subordinate
Lubrication channel
Maker of the first walkie-talkie
Massey of 'Rosalie'
Means to ___
Mitsubishi S.U.V.
Muppet seller's gender guideline?
National rival
Net alternative
New Deal inits.
Not knowing what to do
O'Connor successor
Operation Exodus participant
Opposite of under
Ouija, e.g.
Overseas train service
Ox-eyed queen of myth
Packer fan's angry cry after an interception?
Patterned fabric
Place for a father-to-be: Abbr.
Real-life boxing champ who appeared in 'Rocky II'

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