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New York Times crossword of September 22nd, 2008 other clues
'Are you ___ out?'
'I just met a girl named ___' ('West Side Story' lyric)
'Cat ___ Hot Tin Roof'
'You ___ So Beautiful'
1972 hit for the Spinners
Actress Gardner
African desert
Airport info: Abbr.
April, May and June, e.g.
Bandleader Shaw
Bucharest's home: Abbr.
Centers of steering wheels
Cincinnati team
Conger, for one
Contrite ones
Film unit
Fly into the wild blue yonder
Go down, so to speak
Guinness who played Obi-Wan Kenobi
Having melody and harmony
Having no practical application
Hidden from view
Hunchbacked assistant of horror films
Jaffe who wrote 'Five Women'
James Brown's genre
Join (with)
Lab maze runner
Less competent
Low-___ diet
Masonry tool
Michael ___, Cochise player in 1950s TV
Mother of Don Juan
Mount on which Noah landed
Mutual of ___ (insurance giant)
N.Y.C.'s Madison ___
___ de France
___ Gay (W.W. II bomber)
___ Grande
___ pro nobis (pray for us: Lat.)
Office note
Old Olds
Online pub.
Opposite SSW
Oral history
Political cartoonist Thomas
Proceed effortlessly
Related to an arm bone
Religious doctrine
Respect that one deserves, in slang
Rings, as a church bell
Russia/China border river
Sacred song
Santa ___ (hot winds)
Scouting group
See 11-Across
Shoves (in)
Song sung around Christmas
Soon, poetically
Steak variety
Stir (up)
Subj. that includes monetary policy
Suffix with north or south
Teachers' grp.
Tender spots
Texas city just north of Dallas
The Titanic's was Southampton
Through with
Tire irons loosen them
Wild-eyed and crazy
Winter 'no school' times
With 66-Across, where this puzzle's circled things can all be found

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