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New York Times crossword of October 20th, 2007 other clues
'Infidel' author Ayaan Hirsi ___
'Mr. ___,' 1983 comedy
'The Blessed Damozel' poet
'The Outsiders' author
'___ and Janis' (comic strip)
Aircraft for the Red Baron
Application file extension
Author of the 2006 best seller 'Culture Warrior'
Available if needed
Band seen at parties
Become evident
Betrays unsteadiness
Bibliographical abbr.
Big seller of smoothies
Big step
Book before Job
Breaks down
Camera obscura feature
Cheese with a greenish tint
Does a landscaper's job
Economist who wrote 'The Theory of the Leisure Class'
Eloise of Kay Thompson books, e.g.
Enlivens, with 'up'
Figure seen in a store window
Future hunters
Gaffe at a social gathering, in modern lingo
Garçon's counterpart
Goshen raceway's length
Hearty entree
In a despicable way
It's 'heavier freight for the shipper than it is for the consignee': Augustus Thomas
It's cleared for a debriefing
Let the air out, say
Linguist Okrand who created the Klingon language
Made an effort
Military classification
National chain of everything-costs-the-same stores
Object of Oliver Twist's request for 'more'
Often-unanswered missive
Pan American Games participant
Pan's realm
Play a flute
Poem whose first, third and seventh lines are identical
Putting aside temporarily
Ready to explode
Result of a day at the beach?
Seemed particularly relevant
Semimonthly ocean occurrence
Small suit
Tough's partner
Troupe leader
Typically green tube
Universal remote button
Without reservation
___ Island
___-Hulk (Marvel Comics character)

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