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New York Times crossword of September 15th, 2007 other clues
'Be more ...' sloganeer
'Elijah' and others
'Pink Shoe Laces' singer Stevens
'Some Words With a Mummy' penner
'___ the glad waters of the dark blue sea': Byron
1959 #1 Frankie Avalon hit
1990s Indian P.M.
Aquavit flavorer
Basso Berberian
Blow-drying problem
Bridle parts
Chick playing a piano
Coffeehouse menu subheading
Contortionist's inspiration?
Coventry park sight
Davis of 'Cutthroat Island'
Detail on some tickets
Disney doe
Do groundbreaking work?
Documentarian Morris
Elvis follower
Eric of 'Lucky You'
Factor in a home's market value
Fitch who co-founded Abercrombie & Fitch
Forum infinitive
Half of doce
Hansom cab accessory
Honourary title: Abbr.
Indication of disapproval
Interest of Miss Marple
Isn't quite neutral
It's raised after a payment is collected
James Bond was kicked out of it
Konica Minolta competitor
Liner's locale
Marina accommodations
Massenet's 'Le ___ de Lahore'
Massive star
Material used in making saunas
Novelist Potok
Off by a mile
One yawning
Paris fashion house since 1956
Part of a laugh
Piercing glance
Richard Gere title role of 2000
Seed's exterior
Setting of Camus's 'The Fall'
Shakespearean character who introduced the phrase 'salad days'
Sign at some booths
Slipping frequencies
Something often smelled
Sports champ depicted in 'Cinderella Man,' 2005
Steering system components
Symbol of industry
Tattoo remover
Temporary property holder
Tested, as a load
Tony winner for 'Guys and Dolls,' 1951
Toxin fighters
Where some addresses come from
Winetaster's concern

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