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New York Times crossword of October 26th, 2003 other clues
'Il convivio' writer
'Now ___ it!'
'___ Girls' (1957 musical)
1967 war locale
A.T.M. selection: Abbr.
Ab machines, e.g.
Actress Scacchi
Alfred who coined the phrase 'inferiority complex'
Apostrophized preposition
Basic faith
Battler of Big Tobacco: Abbr.
Before cars, were there ...?
Before computers, were there ...?
Before jets, was there ...?
Before movies, were there ...?
Before phones, was there ...?
Before trucks, were there ...?
Before TV, were there ...?
Before watches, were there ...?
Big bores, slangily
Boom sites
Brought on
Called strikes, say
Certain école
City between Richfield and Minnetonka
Colosseum wear
Comics family name
Common folk
Cooking personality
Country music network, once
D.D.E.'s purview
Daytime TV staple
Depend (on)
Document used in coll. admissions
Fast clip on the road
Father's talk: Abbr.
Fay famous for a scream
Figaro and others
First name in 1950's Broadway
Food for many zoo animals
Fort Worth sch.
Gives the boot
God with raven messengers
Grammatical classifications
Grand slam, e.g.
Guinness et al.
Highly ionized gas
Hitting the spot
Home of FedEx
Home to some 4-Across
Hot breakfast
Hurray, in Hidalgo
Iffy response
Invader of Gaul
Israel's southern triangle
It can hold many cups
It gets ground up
It spans Minn. to N.Y.
It's scaled
John Wayne film, with 'The'
Kind of mitt
Kind of rating
Land that's mostly sand
Lap dog, for short
Late bloomer
Late spring forecast
Laudatory lines
Like 'enow' or 'erst'
Like invitees
Like some verbs: Abbr.
Long Island county
LP player
Mantel sight
Midrange voice
Millennium Falcon pilot ___ Solo
More palatable
Most pleasant
Natural do
Negotiator with G.M.
North side
Not a std. listing
Not just a rarity
Observatory sighting
Old Chinese money
Old-time ruler
One kidnapping negotiator
One with short limbs
Onetime Marshall Isl. event
Pen with oink?
Pioneer carrier
Plain folk
Plunge in
Poetic gloamings
Pop singer Manfred ___
Port of ancient Rome
Powerful car engine, informally
Prefix with -pod
Proofers' catches
Really love
Recorded proceedings
Relative of -esque
Revolutionary's cry
Ritardando, musically
Run through
S.C. Johnson brand
Salad ingredient
Sci-fi's Doctor ___
Seed cover
Sheepdog activity
Snapper's line?
Some fraternity men
Some linemen: Abbr.
Some volleyball shots
Something that's hatched
Sound from an exam cheater
Start of a refrain
Stationery name
Stock market abbr.
Subject in Revelation
Swing's path
Take out of the game
The Mustangs of the N.C.A.A.
Use a surgical beam
Verdi's '___ tu'
View from the Bay of Naples
W.W. II guns
Was inactive
Wee, in one spelling
Weighed down
Where there's a whole lot of shaking going on
Wide collars
With it
Word about someone
___ Dhabi
___ disadvantage
___ Fey of 'S.N.L.'
___ Senate Office Building

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