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New York Times crossword of October 21st, 2007 other clues
'Biography' channel
'Day of ___' (what 'Dies Irae' means)
'Mr. Cowell, grab that 'American Idol' contestant!'?
'Nice!'
'Take your time'
'The Break-Up' co-star, 2006
'The Great ___' (Pat Conroy novel)
'The Treachery of Images' artist
'While We're Young' songwriter Wilder
'___ say ...'
13 years before the Battle of Hastings
1932 Democratic campaign plank
90 degrees from sur
A defendant may be tried in it
A/C meas.
Achieved in school athletics
Banded rock
Ben-Hur, for a time
Bit of congratulations
Black bird
Blood fluids
Blue chip, maybe
Bobby of the Chicago Eight
Brand of Lego bricks
Bully turned Samaritan?
Bundle of pies?
Bygone explosion, in headlines
Capsized, with 'over'
Cartoon character who amorously chases Penelope
Cartoonist who created the Tammany Hall tiger
Charley horse, e.g.
Chinese mafia
Chuck
Clambake item
Comeback
Commercial end for Water
Common pizzeria order
Cornwall carriage
Drawn back
Drink with a straw
Drudge
Elevator button
Eschewing help
Euripides tragedy
Extraction
Eye part
Eyed angrily
Faction
Fair-sized plot
Fisherman's trap
Football Hall-of-Famer ___ (Greasy) Neale
For fear that
For one
Former Israeli president Weizman
Freedom from government control, for short
Go for again
Haberdashery purchases
HBO founder Charles
Heaps
House Un-American Activities Committee event?
Houston pro soccer team
Hungarian
Indian honorific
Intrinsically
It ends with a baccalauréat
It goes around at an amusement park
It may not need clarification
Italian eyeglass
Jams
Last ruler of the Julio-Claudian dynasty
Latch ___
Less sufficient
Level
Lie detector alternative
Lifeless
Like most sitcoms
Made a case
Market value of a company's assets divided by their replacement cost
Modern prefix with village
Nasty biter
Neuron's tips?
Not take out of the company, say
Nurse
Object rising in a Van Gogh landscape
Oil used in making polyurethane
One cold symptom
Onetime Movietone productions
Open-mesh fabric
Organization of easily frightened people?
Part of a dash
Peru's El ___ volcano
Place for couples?
Place to buy a hookah
Precious, to a Brit
Procter & Gamble soap
Psalm, e.g.
Psychiatrist's urging
Radio no.
Reach rival
Real-estate ad abbr.
Red Sea port
Relatively recent time
Resting places
Result of not wearing rouge?
Right triangle figure
Roman emperor with a three-month reign
Roofed patio
Sensors
Seven ___
Shoe store purchase
Sign up
Smart fowl?
Some footballers: Abbr.
Some game
Some movie theaters
Some skirts
Something bid
Speech spot
Stand-up comedian Caroline
Start to weep
State
Strict Jesuit?
They're checked at the door
Towel stitching
Transcript fig.
Traveling
Turns the other way
Unbending
Univ. paper
Veterans
Video shooters, for short
W.W. II nickname
Wagner's Tannhäuser, e.g.
Word before or after old
Wrong

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