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New York Times crossword of September 18th, 2011 other clues
'Automatic for the People' group
'Dream on'
'If only!'
'Just ___ suspected!'
'Look what ___!'
'Matilda' author
'What ___ said'
'___ for Cookie' ('Sesame Street' song)
'___ had it!'
'___ is life ...'
30, for 1/5 and 1/6, e.g.: Abbr
A big flap may be made about this
A trucker may have one: Abbr
Advanced sandcastle feature
Alma mater of football great Roger Staubach
Aníbal Cavaco ___, Portuguese president beginning in 2006
Apothecary weight
Archetypal abandonment site
Attack like a bear
Banks on a runway
Basic skateboarding trick
Bass in a barbershop quartet, e.g
Biblical shepherd
Biblical twin
Biblical twin
Bramble feature
Brand for people with milk sugar intolerance
Bring up
Briton's rejoinder
Bug-eyed primates
Building material for Solomon's Temple
Camera operator's org
Can't stand
Chilling, say
Concern when coming up, with 'the'
Definitely not a hottie
Don't ...!
Don't ...!
Don't ...!
Don't ...!
Don't ...!
Don't ...!
Don't ...!
Don't ...!
Done in
E-mail from a Nigerian prince, usually
Element in a guessing contest
End of a series: Abbr
Established facts
Famous Georgian born in 1879
Figure of speech
Filing aid
Filmmaker van Gogh
First person in Germany?
France's equivalent to an Oscar
Gilbert Stuart works
Good news for a worker
Got started
Group working on a plot
Hacking tool
Harry Potter's girlfriend
He was named viceroy of Portuguese India in 1524
Homeric cry?
Hurricane of 2011
In view
Inexperienced with
iPod type
It has a crystal inside
It's not good when it's flat
It's passed down through the ages
Kind of keyboard
Large ___ Collider (CERN particle accelerator)
Like some old-fashioned studies
Like some wrestlers' bodies
Liquid, say
Lock horns (with)
Long-armed simian, for short
Look down
Lover of Bianca in 'Othello'
Model used for study or testing
More, in scores
Not the ritziest area of town
Now or never
Old Olds
Old Tokyo
One may be seen on a 28-Across's nose
One of Santa's team
One of the Allman Brothers
Ones with crowns
Opt for the window instead of the aisle?
Org. for some guards
Ottoman relative
Packer of old
Palais du Luxembourg body
Person with a code name, maybe
Plea to the unwelcome
Poor character analysis?
Possible change in Russia
Possible result of a defensive error in soccer
Priestly robe
Puts words in the mouth of?
Reuters alternative
Rogers on a ship
See 3-Down
Seurat painted in one
Shade of green
Shipwreck spot, maybe
Skirt chaser
Small dam
Some linemen
Spanish newspaper whose name means 'The Country'
Start without permission?
Stats on weather reports
Stir up
Sunbathing sites
Target of some pH tests
Total hottie
Trade's partner
Trick out, as a car
Two who smooch, say
Uracil's place
Us, e.g
UV index monitor, for short
Volleyball action
Without flaw
Word processing command

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