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New York Times crossword of October 6th, 2018 other clues
Counterpart of pizzicato, in music
Some tragic ends, for short
Mahi-mahi, by another name
Data storage sites
Special ___
'Time for me to shine'
Make rent
Does some yard work
Standards
Me-first attitude
Eastern religion
Surprised salutation
Minor concessions
They're not in the script
Embedded
Equipped
Took out
'Now you're talking!'
Moving
First-ever comedian to appear on the cover of Time
Troubles
'___ qué?'
1), 2), 3), etc
Muscle used in dip exercises, informally
'Well, whaddya know!'
Alternative to online dating
First-termers
University near Penn
Org. in 2007's 'Charlie Wilson's War'
Assembly line pioneer
Galvanized, chemically
Unmindful
Oscar-winning 1974 documentary about the Vietnam War
Bad designs
Goes with Mr. All Right?
Verb repeated throughout Exodus 20
Penn, e.g.: Abbr
Brillo alternatives
Grinding away
What finger wags indicate
Prone to sarcasm
Brings to a boil
Hungarian-born mathematician Paul
What isn't legal for copying: Abbr
R.E.M. show?
Broke down for careful analysis
Inverse of giga-
Woman's name that rhymes with a part of the world
Regurgitate, as a baby would
It made a big splash in 2001
Word on a red stamp, perhaps
Remove from the ground
Buncha
It may be under pressure during an emergency
Requiring a lot of work
Largest sesamoid bone in the body
[Snort]
___ number
Singer with the 2017 #1 R&B album 'Ctrl'
Congenital
Lead-in to tourism or terrorism
Cookie for the calorie-conscious
Like some pans
Slew
Lionel Richie's 'You ___'

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