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Balzac's '___ Bette' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of September 13th, 2008 other clues
'The Great Escape' setting
'The Last of the Mohicans' girl
'You're doing it all wrong!'
'___ happens ...'
'___ was!' (German exclamation)
10-time Gold Glove winner of the 1990s and 2000s
48-Across starter
@ follower, sometimes
An inset might depict one
Author born Howard Allen O'Brien
Bathtub sound
Port containers
Resting place
Result of a long exposure, often
Rhapsody, e.g.
Ride, maybe
Ship with a memorial in New York City's Central Park
Singer famous for her wide vocal range
Staff lines?
Stop daydreaming
Studio part
Subject of some amateur videos
Symbol of blackness
Symptom for a car mechanic
The late Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, familiarly
Trivial Pursuit goal
Trunk item
Try hard to win
Went belly up
World Wind developer
Wroclaw's river
You shouldn't go through with it
___ Arcs, French ski resort
Beginning of time?
Biologists' study
Candy brand
Cat calls
Chicago-based magazine with one-million-plus circulation
Cowboys' home, informally
Crams, maybe
East or West area
Electrum and others
Film in which Olga Kurylenko plays the Bond girl
Frankie of 'Malcolm in the Middle'
Genre of rock's Fall Out Boy
Girl's name that sounds like two letters of the French alphabet
Iago, for one
Italian writer Pavese
Jazz great seen in the 1967 film 'Hotel'
Journalist Joseph
Key of Beethoven's 'Für Elise'
Lake ___, home of the Bass Islands
Little music maker
Little show-off's cry
Long Island's ___ Hill National Historic Site
Loosen, as a bra
Main route?
Musical that won a 1944 Pulitzer
Peanut butter quantity
Person of great interest?
Place to buy a smoothie
Plays for a fool

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