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New York Times crossword of October 1st, 2004 other clues
Alphabetic trio
1918 hit song about 'a maid with hair of gold'
Adaptable aircraft, for short
Answer sources
Apple product
Auction info
Big name in frozen foods
Big zero
Century year
Closet appurtenance
Country cousins
Cowhand's moniker
Example or attribute of something used to represent the whole, as 'sword' for 'military power'
Exerted oneself
Freeway prohibitions
Hall-of-Fame Boston Celtic from the 1950's-60's
Hit maker?
House runner
Instrument whose name is of Bantu origin
Iranian president Mohammed ___
Korean currency
Letter container
Little biter
Looooong, boring speech
Madonna or Britney Spears
Mahler's unfinished symphony
Make an illegal crossing
Mars: Prefix
Mortgage subsidy
Mountain climber's equipment
Move slowly
Much late-night TV fare
Namesake of a renowned Naples castle
Native: Suffix
Northern constellation, with 'the'
Olympic racer
Paltry amount
Poet Samuel who wrote 'Hudibras'
Principal river of Armenia
Racing legend
Reddish pink
Rubs the wrong way
Shoots off
Singer with the 1980 #1 album 'Against the Wind'
Some candy bar ingredients
Some Nissans
Start, as a process
Starts (out)
Take out
Take the king's shilling, as Brits once said
Thanksgiving serving
Toy of paper, sticks and string
Turn on an axis
W.W. I plane
When some meet for lunch
With limited funds
___ Gardens

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