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New York Times crossword of September 16th, 2002 other clues
'His Master's Voice' co.
'Lawrence of Arabia' star
'___ upon a time'
1/640 of a square mile
Abbr. after an asterisk in a car ad
Auth. unknown
Bank, to a credit card
Baptism, for one
Big bang maker
Bro or sis
Cardplayer's oxymoron
Customer of Fabergé eggs
Daisylike flower
Dog's favorite part of a steak
Fargo's state: Abbr.
Feared destination in 'Lady and the Tramp'
First American in orbit
Fish eggs
Golfer's cry
Gossipy Barrett
Greek goddess of victory
Hawaii's ___ Coast
Helicopter sound
Henry Ford II, to Henry Ford
Hot sauce
Iridescent gem
Like some charges on a cell phone
Lose brilliance
Machine powerer
Miniature golf club
Not wordy
Pie cutter's oxymoron
Place to stop
Poem on an urn
Political ticket
Polltaker's oxymoron
Prefix with gram or center
Relative of a camel
Scarf material
Scarf material
School org.
Shakespearean stream
Shampoo step
She won a 2002 Grammy for 'Lovers Rock'
Shirley Jackson's 'Life ___ the Savages'
Shuffler's oxymoron
Socially challenged person
Sprained, as an ankle
Sticks on a slope?
Suffix with poet
Tear down
This for that
To no ___ (fruitlessly)
Unit of a molecule
Van Gogh flower
Viper, for one
Way up a slope
Wished (for)
With everything
Word repeated before 'Don't tell me!'
Work unit

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