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Cry accompanying a head slap crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of October 13th, 2009 other clues
One who sings to the cops
Opposite of everything
Pale as a ghost
Pinot ___
Place for a béret
Poker player's dream ... and a hint to the ends of 17-, 25-, 35- and 50-Across
Pop music's Cass Elliot and Michelle Phillips
Prefix with ware or content
Prince Charles, beginning in 1952
Scrap for Spot
Seductive W.W. I spy
Show contempt for
Skee-Ball site
Snacks often eaten inside out
Soil: Prefix
Sounds of relief
Summer refresher
Take a shot
Turkish title
Unable to sit still
Wander aimlessly (about)
Woad and anil, for two
Words after 'deaf as' or 'dumb as'
Writer ___ Stanley Gardner
___ America
___ Na Na
___ Paulo, Brazil
___-European languages
'Hamlet' soliloquy starter
'The Apostle' author Sholem
'In that case ...'
'Hogan's Heroes' setting
'Judge Judy' figure
Action figures for boys
Antique shop item
Auto dashboard indicator
Automaker Ferrari
Belmont Park action
Blackmailer's evidence
Blacktop, e.g.
Bordeaux buddy
Brand used in 10-Down, maybe
Calif. barrio area
Cattail's locale
Claiborne of fashion
Company stationery
Court records
Cramped spot, slangily
Debuts on the N.Y.S.E.
Dresden's state
Elisabeth of 'Leaving Las Vegas'
Elzie ___, Popeye's creator
Fire up
First pro team to play on artificial turf
Five Nations tribe
Four-baggers: Abbr.
Frigidaire competitor
Gallery event
Go astray
Heavenly hunter
Irene of a Sherlock Holmes story
Just for ___
Like Nash's lama
Log-on name
Margarita go-with
Member of Sherwood Forest's 'merry band'
Moon jumper of rhyme
More coquettish
N.Y.C.'s original subway line
Old console using Game Paks, briefly
One signatory to Nafta

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