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New York Times crossword of September 30th, 1997 other clues
'Pardon me'
'Yeah, sure!'
'You ___ Beautiful' (1975 Joe Cocker hit)
A very good pair
Adam's mate
Bake, as eggs
Bargain with the prosecutor
Blind followers
Campaigner, for short
Caught sight of
Chrissie of tennis
Comedy brothers of 60's-70's TV
Dagger handle
Dairy-case choice
Double-reed instrument
Draft org.
Egyptian cross
Fifth wheel
Follower of Mary
Hacienda room
Hard to comprehend
Hot springs
Import duty
In shreds
In ___ (intrinsically)
It's a free country
It's usually served with lobster
Item on a cowboy boot
Jai ___
Lima's land
Luke Skywalker's father
Member of a notorious biker gang
Mined metal
Not at home
Not feeling
Not rejecting out of hand
Nuts or crackers
Old yet new again
Pack again, as groceries
Prez's stand-in
Real howler
Resort town near Santa Barbara
Return to base before proceeding
Russia's ___ Mountains
Satirist Mort
Seagoer's woe
Set in 'Die Fledermaus'
Ship's spine
Signals at Sotheby's
Skater's maneuver
Slightly bounce
Slightly open
Sneaky thief
Spanish general Duke of ___
Speechmaker's opening
The daddy of decafs
Theme of this puzzle
Tommy Lee of 55-Across
Tourist mecca near Mexico City
U.F.O. crew
Went congering
Will of 55-Across
Window onto the ocean
Work without ___ (be daring)
Wound reminder
Writer Asimov
___ Carlo

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