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New York Times crossword of September 18th, 2004 other clues
Bright wrap
Children's author Eleanor
Crew members
Establish as a goal
Ex-Sen. Charles
Film equipment, for short
Give the cold shoulder
Having pricked ears
Having the will?
Health org.
Iris locales
Is out
It's blue
It's said before God
Lake of rock's Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Legislative group
Like some police
Mincemeat ingredient
Modern conference beginning
Musical syllable
Name on a ticket
Old Test. book
Opposite of noche
Perennial government concern
Philippine language
Popular music genre
Prompter's whisper
Quebec's Festival d'___
$60 property in Monopoly
'Man alive!'
'Oh, well'
'Snuffy Smith' parent
1983 Randy Newman song with the lyric 'Looks like another perfect day'
'___ way, please'
Actor in both 'Shane,' 1953, and 'City Slickers,' 1991
Airplane part
Antique store section
Autobiographical subtitle
Basis on which many suits are pressed
Be in charge of
Beaujolais grape
Birds, in Latin
Brahms work that includes 'Behold All Flesh'
Scene of a lot of shooting
Soprano Jenny
Source of a large, colorful lingo
Specialty retailer since 1969
Starting guide
Stash (away)
Store need: Abbr.
Take off
They're spotted in ponds
Thorny Eurasian shrub
Treat for tired dogs?
Unleashes (upon)
Villain, at times
Wit who recorded the classic 1960 comedy album 'At the Hungry I'

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