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British 'pounds' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of September 18th, 2009 other clues
'Casablanca' role
'Cracklin' ___' (Neil Diamond hit)
'Friday Night Fights' presenter
'How de do'
'Isn't ___ Shame?' (1934 hit song)
'South Pacific' song that asks 'If you don't have a dream, / How you gonna have a dream come true?'
'The Spirit of '76' instrument
'Way to go, man!'
'___ turn'
1962 World Cup host
Accept or decline
Actress Sommer
Alphabet quartet
Ancient city whose name means 'rock'
Ayn Rand hero
Bad thing to run
Bygone spray
Chambers in a bar
Change for a 25-Down, maybe
Colgate rival
Column producer, for short
Conqueror of Valencia in 1094
Count concluder?
Disc holder
E-mail address ender
French preposition
Gift tag word
Give ___ to (O.K.)
Have ___ for (be perceptive to)
Hosiery brand
Its maiden flight carried its country's president home
Letters on some luggage to N.Y.C.
Lhasa ___
Like cotton candy
Literary character played in film by Charles Laughton, Anthony Perkins and Geoffrey Rush
Make tracks
Mark up, perhaps
Natural history museum exhibit
Not so delicate
Not so good
One of the Bradys on 'The Brady Bunch'
One seriously into Civil War history, maybe
Opera that includes the 'Prisoners' Chorus'
Pass through
Pitcher's ploy
Place name in Manhattan
Poetic conjunction
Reaches, as a sanctuary
Restaurant freebie
Satirist Freberg
See 43-Across
See 50-Down
Slice of a media ad budget
Some Polynesian plants
Something that may cover a house
Spanish morsel
Stay longer than
Ticket request
Try to clear the bar
Unstable type
West African currency
With 39-Across, pretend
___-d'Oise (French department)
___-Novo (capital of Benin)

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