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New York Times crossword of October 26th, 2004 other clues
Composer ___ Carlo Menotti
Crater Lake's state
Cut of beef
Dairy Queen order
Diner accident
Does superbly, as a stand-up comic
Elevator pioneer
Former baseball commissioner Bowie ___
Fun time, slangily
Go 0-for-20, say
Handed out
Have a look-see
Hawk's opposite
Hawke of film
Help for the stumped
In vain
Iowa State city
It begins in Mar.
It may be 20%
Knight stick?
Kunta ___ ('Roots' role)
L'Oreal competitor
Latish bedtime
Like Santa's helpers
Limerick writer, say
Lion tamer's workplace
Museum guide
Natural emollient
Not rejecting out of hand
October birthstone
Paycheck deduction
Pocahontas's husband
Program for sobering up
Puerto ___
Ready to fall out, as pages from a book
Relax, with 'out'
Self-mover's rental
Spoiled rotten, maybe
Stetson, for one
Suffix in many ore names
Suffix with glob
Taylor or Tyler, politically
The end of one's rope?
The March King
Tiled art
Waist constrictors
Zoo behemoth
[I'm shocked!]
___ left field
1070, in old Rome
'Fatal Attraction' director Adrian
'Hold on there!'
'Maybe later'
'The Wizard of Oz' studio
'___ y Plata' (Montana's motto)
1988 Olympics site
20's dispenser
60's 'V' sign
Added stipulations
Alexander Calder creation
Bicycle or kayak, usually
Book boo-boos
Boomers' kids
Bottom line
Broker's advice, at times
Burlesque show props
C & W's McEntire
Cast-of-thousands films

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