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Astronomer Tycho who coined the term "nova" crossword clue


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Premier Sunday crossword of September 14th, 2014 other clues
Greek vowel
Alternative to "mac" or "bud"
One offering hush money
Mayonnaise, butter or mousse
Thing pushed by a flight attendant [left hand]
Unimportant matter
Atop, to poets
Not keep in
Plant that's a drug source [right hand]
Dog-paddles [left hand]
Upfront stake
Date steadily
"How Do I Live" singer Rimes
Full of frost
— chi
Mama's man
Force (upon)
Insurer with a duck icon
Witchy woman
Judean king
Hole number
Cravat, e.g.
Lofty trains
Carte lead-in
Letters before ens
Donkey's cry
Bovine bunch
Kind of drum
1950s prez
Nest nugget
Galley goofs
Angling need
NHL team
Revered one
Not yet final, in law
In motion
Snail coverer
Piercing pain
Gave a quick greeting
Indy sponsor
Part of mpg
Log chopper
— -Foy, Que.
"Love — neighbor ..."
"— a shame"
One on the same squad
Ziploc product [left hand]
Fashion designer with the "3.1" label [right hand]
Greene of "Bonanza"
People hauled in
Dial and Zest
"That's —" ("Negative")
Minnelli of "Cabaret"
"... — gloom of night ..."
Double curve
Hand over formally
Typing (and the theme of this puzzle)
Charlotte of sitcoms
"No noise!"
Rigging poles
Spike heels
Autumn bloomer
University in San Marcos [left hand]
Hit song from a Leslie Caron film [right hand]
Recorded in advance
Light beams
English Channel swimmer Gertrude
Vote in favor
Fast WWW hookup
Tennis unit
Manage OK
"What I think is ..." [right hand]
Strike zone, say [left hand]
Boat blades
Livy's 1,006
Software clients
Actor Martin
Watch a sports event
Liston fighter
Poor grade
"77 Sunset Strip" actor Edd
Earring types
Studio prop
Fountain in Rome
Caravan layover sites
Perfectly pitched, in baseball
Parson's estate
Future seed
Bite gently on
"My People" writer Abba
Partially open
"... — mouse?"
One: Prefix
"Gigi" studio
American violet [right hand]
Bassett of "Notorious"
Thin quality
See 29-Down
Limy cocktail
Chief monk
More relaxed
Book, in Nice
1860s prez
Sea, in Nice
History topic
Sci-fi hominid
Entrée holder
The woman
Country in West Africa
Folder's call, in poker
Dull bluish-gray color
Freak (out)
Bygone U.S. gas brand
Some speech flaws
Jeweler's magnifier
Not bat —
Ball dress
With 133-Across, amounts that rise with raises
Actor Washington
Very wise
Put a tear in
Hostage holder, e.g.

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