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Bench warrant, e.g. crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of September 4th, 2010 other clues
Babe-in-arms alternative?
Baseball stat
Block
Calls
City of 15+ million whose busiest street is Chandni Chowk
Comic strip adoptee
Company mascot introduced in the 1930s that has never been put out to pasture
Contents of some books: Abbr.
Course load?
Didn't go stale
E-2 Marine
Excuse
Fishing gear
Frequent party planner, for short
Friendly intro?
Gallic greeting
Got into port
Grope for
Group with the '79 double-platinum album 'Discovery'
Hardly traditionalists
Hellenic character
Hides on a frame
Hollywood acronym
Home of Smallville: Abbr.
Hosp. units
Impotent
Incentive to buy a CD, maybe
It's hardly a smash hit
John L. Lewis was its first pres.
John Wayne
Kiawah Island, for one
Kindle, say
Lamented
Laptop tested aboard the Endeavour
'___ Really Matter' (Janet Jackson song)
Adds
Adjures
Aid to King Hrothgar, in literature
Apathetic person's words
'How ___ ...'
'Lost' actress Raymonde
'Well!'
Like the 1974 rope-a-dope fight
Liszt's '___ Préludes'
Luxurious wrap
Money market currency abbr.
Number of folks?
One who's smart?
Opt to drop
Parental term of endearment, in Spain
Phone headquarters
Popular spectator sport that's not in the Olympics
Promoter of the 13-Down fight
Rock on a stage
Sing vibrato, say
Some driving school practice
Stance in a fashion magazine
Steam engine pioneer
Swift retreat?
Switch positions
Tekka-maki sushi source
The Abominable Snowman, for one
Title guy in an animated HBO sitcom
Up to, informally
Utter doofus
Walk to the gate, perhaps
Zeros, in sports slang
___ milk
___ Sisters (daughters of Atlas)

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