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New York Times crossword of October 15th, 2006 other clues
Banks on
Base approval
Baseball's Maglie
Bewhiskered animals
Bus. runners
Cantilevered window
Certain specialty docs
Chinese restaurant sign
Competitor of State Farm
Decorate, as a 54-Down
Development sites
Diamond of note
Discovery accompaniers
Early NASA rockets
Extra-wide spec
Farm measures
Farriers' tools
Fearsome weapon
Mixture of many spices, in Indian cookery
Modern music genre
More cordlike
Moriarty, to Holmes
Most eager to go
Move, in realtor-speak
Multi-Emmy-winning NBC sportscaster
No. of People, say
Officer who may not be in uniform
Party prep
PC user's shortcut
Poetic ending with how
Popeye, for one
Prime meridian std.
Protracted prayer
Putter's near-miss
Queen of the fairies
Quick approval: Abbr.
Rama and Krishna, e.g.
Refuse to help in the garden?
Relative of a rhododendron
Rosencrantz or Guildenstern, in 'Hamlet'
Sainted pope called 'the Great'
See 108-Down
See 74-Across
Sermon subject
Settles down for the night
Shrinks' org.
Siege site of 1936-39
Silly smile
Sing ___ Daily, major Hong Kong newspaper
Help from on high
Hobbyist with toy trains, e.g.
Hush-hush grp.
In a tizzy
Info at SFO
Internet message
Is in the Vatican
It has a tip for a ballerina
It might make you a sweater
It rolls on a Rolls
Italian sweetheart
J.F.K. debater in 1960
Job for a ballroom dance instructor?
Job for a business tycoon?
Job for a coffee shop employee?
Job for a dating service counselor?
Job for a film photographer?
Job for a high school teacher?
Job for a lingerie salesclerk?
Job for an architect?
Kids' jumping game
Least bit
Man chaser?
Martinmas's mo.
Mass. summer setting
Medea, for one
Mil. mail depot
Start of a hole
Start of Idaho's motto
Steamy, maybe
Subject heading for strategizers
Subordinate deity, in classical myth
Suffix with spiritual
Suffix with super
Supremely spooky
The Cavaliers of coll. football
The Divine, to da Vinci
Ties a no-frills knot?
Vegetable with sushi
Was up
What a keeper may keep
What's left
Where some major arteries go
With 86-Down, popular serial comic strip beginning in 1940
Worrisome mechanical sound
X Games airer
'The Compleat Angler' author Walton
'Family ___'
'Forget it'
'Hear, hear!'
'Le Rhinocéros' playwright
'This one's ___'
'With All Disrespect' essayist
'You can't get out this way'
'___ Excited' (Pointer Sisters hit)
'___ take arms ...'
127-Down grp.
Absolutely fabulous
Against a thing, legally
Altar in the sky
Anatomical enclosure
Antipoverty agcy.
Appetite whetter

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