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New York Times crossword of September 29th, 2008 other clues
Many, many moons
Meeting: Abbr.
Memorization method
Middle: Abbr.
Mideast chief: Var.
München mister
Native on the Bering Sea
Not mono
On the safe side, at sea
One of 18 on a golf course
One pulling a tall structure?
One who embroiders a waste conduit?
One-dish meal
Org. promoting leadership and growth for females
Pacific island in major W.W. II fighting
Ph.D. recipient
Piece next to a knight
Police weapons that immobilize suspects
Presenter of a bathroom stall?
Put up with
Said letter by letter, British-style
Sal of 'Rebel Without a Cause'
Scottish cap
Secluded valleys
Shipping hazards in the North Atlantic
Sketcher of a bureau compartment?
State openly
The first 'N' of CNN
Triumphant cry
Actor Damon and others
Whiz at tennis serves
'Going, going, ___!'
'Immediately!,' in the operating room
Withdraws, with 'out'
'Just a little off' at the barber's
'The ___ Falcon'
___ du Diable
'You said it, brother!'
Actress Spelling
And others: Abbr.
Annual telethon host Jerry
Bring, as a disabled car to a garage
Caesar or Cicero
Charged, as particles
Chimney buildup
Chromosome part
Contract provisions
Corporate V.I.P.'s
Dial ___ (telephone sound)
Drug that's smoked in a pipe
Drunk's sound
Engage in a street auto race
Facts and figures
French wine region
Geisha's waistband
Get-off-drugs facility
Had lunch, e.g.
Ham it up
Head's opposite
Hilariously funny thing
Hockey legend Gordie
Holds in high regard
Hoover, informally
Hosiery hue
It may get a licking after lunch
London's ___ Gallery
Love Italian-style
Main bank vis-à-vis currency
Many men's hairlines do this

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