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New York Times crossword of October 18th, 2011 other clues
'The King and I' governess
'Come Fly With Me' lyricist Sammy
'Let's Get It On' singer
'Love Lockdown' singer West
'Take a hike!'
'That doesn't surprise me!'
'___ the season ...'
1998 animated film loosely based on 'Brave New World'
Alley seen on TV
Apple Store offerings
Beetles: a cross between ___?
Breaks up
Call at first base, maybe
Cashless transaction
Charles ___, hero of 'A Tale of Two Cities'
Choose flight instead of fight
Classic Chevy model
Concerning
Construction project in Genesis
Pre-euro Italian currency
Prizes in early Olympics
Pump
Reaction to a cold snap
Rural road sign
Sad poem
Salon treatment
Seen-it-all feeling
Sounds in 'Old MacDonald Had a Farm'
Spike TV, once
Starch: a cross between ___?
Stuff to wear
Sunbeam
Swinger who loves Jane
Take a weapon from
They may be lazy or wandering
Title that's a homophone of 13-Down
Underwire garment
Walked with one foot asleep, say
What Visine is dispensed in
Word before 'Boy,' 'Love' and 'Come Back' in titles to #1 songs
___ the Hutt ('Return of the Jedi' villain)
Contempt
Deck hands
Dunaway of 'Chinatown'
Festive occasion
Flu symptom
Forearm bone
Get through to
Hisses: a cross between ___?
Home of former U.N. Secretary General Javier Pérez de Cuéllar
Instrument on Ireland's coat of arms
Isaac's eldest
Isolated valley
Italian wine region
Leatherworking tools
Les Nessman's station in a 1978-82 sitcom
Like helium
Machu Picchu resident
Makes at work
Malevolent Hindu goddess
Merely
Messenger ___
Mountain with a flat top
Mountain ___
No. on a college transcript
Not a fan of
Not of the clergy
On the ocean
Oscar winner for 'Moonstruck'
Outbacks and Foresters
Panhandle
Parents set them for kids
Petri dish gel
Pimple: a cross between ___?
Pinnacle

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