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New York Times crossword of October 29th, 2015 other clues
Subj. for 6-Downs
Supermarket chain
Unnatural, in a way
Very quickly
Where to see Spaceship Earth
___ change
___ facto
'Cars' producer
'Do what you want!'
'You got me'
'___ me'
1881 novel 'for children and those who love children'
A lot
Addie's husband in 'As I Lay Dying'
Aerosol targets
Almost all ... and a hint to the five circled letters
Backpack part
Bagel variety
Banking inits
Big Apple thoroughfare, informally
Big lock maker
Bird: Prefix
Burmese and Himalayans
Call at night
Campbell's variety
Chin feature
Come down hard
Contents of veins
Dangerous emission
Dewey, to Donald
Director Besson
Father figure
Father figure
Film unlikely to have a costume designer?
Final answer?
Formerly known as
Friedrich ___, first president of the German Republic
Give in
Hollywood's Alan or Adam
Into the sunset
Las Vegas casino opened in 2009
Like 2016, but not 2015
Like some turns and dates
Locale for snow leopards
Matter of interpretation
Mean grin
Message from a server
Nabisco wafer
Number of monosyllabic U.S. state names
One whose work is going downhill?
OPEC member: Abbr
Org. from which Óglaigh na hÉireann split off
Part of a hobo city
Partner to Kenan in a 1990s Nickelodeon sitcom
Party-going and such
Pass up
Pay for
Put away
Rasputin, for one
Second chance
See 5-Down
Sign at the front of some bars
Skyline feature
Some causes of insomnia
Some hotel conveniences
Source of the line 'There is no one alive who is you-er than you!'
South African money
Stuff of legends

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