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New York Times crossword of September 10th, 2010 other clues
Roadrunner feature
Salma of the screen
San Diego State team
Some westerns
Structures near cell walls
Swift gift
Tammy ___ of 1970s-'80s TV
Time to visit a lot of trees
Very small, as a bikini in a 1960 hit
Victorian's greeting
Visual aids?
Walks in the park
Was a turkey
Washington city or county
What a sleuth tries to close
What's going on
With added spice
Without any help
___ acid (microscopic staining compound)
Ancient fertility god
'Leaving Brooklyn: ___!' (Williamsburg Bridge sign)
'Speak of the devil!'
1995 platinum rap hit that starts 'To all the ladies in the place with style and grace'
2009 Grammy winner for 'Relapse'
Alaskan salmon
Be everywhere in
Big name in retail jewelry
Boom Blox console
Briefs, e.g.
Burial rite
Bygone currency
Change the boundaries of
Code for Latin America's busiest airport
Crotchety cries
Danger for a king
Decisive periods, briefly
Derek who played Claudius in 'I, Claudius'
Fiji rival
Fist bump
Formal girl
Golden Globe winner Sommer
Havana greeting
Hayseed's greeting
Hillbillies' cousins
Hot dogs
It's all ivory and no ebony
Its max. score is 240
Leonardo's 'The Aviator' co-star
Like a wet Nerf ball
Literally, 'sweet song'
Luther opponent Johann
Much-maligned mascot
Nerd-rejecting high-school group
Nova lead-in
NyQuil ingredient?
One with notions
Opposite of abridge
Orange dwarfs
Polish capital
Racked (up)
Really let have it
Response to sarcasm

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