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New York Times crossword of September 9th, 2019 other clues
Didn't take part
"Your turn," on a walkie-talkie
Quite an accomplishment
Fairy tale villain
Small plateau
Opposite of none
Ball of yarn
"You haven't aged a bit" and "I love that jacket you're wearing"?
Extra bed in a hotel room
Salon job, briefly
Actress Amanda
Relative of a weasel
Golf score of 5-Down under par
Where to take a car for repairs
Metal-containing rocks
See 6-Down
Actor Wilson of "Midnight in Paris"
Ambulance sounds
Some humanities degs.
Toy on a string
Surrounded by
Sprite Zero Sugar, for one
Lead-in to girl or boy
TV's "___ Line Is It Anyway?"
Enjoys the flattery, say
Cuban ballroom dance
Arsonist, in brief
Washing machine unit
Awful racket
Stereotypical material for a professor's jacket
Like falling off a log
Warner ___
Government levy
Garbo of silent films
What hungry fish do
Rooster's mate
Popular lecture series
Pet asking for milk, purr-haps?
One providing great service?
Beat handily
S.E.C. school in Baton Rouge
Opposite of verbose
State as fact
Upset with
"Oh, shucks!"
Soak (up)
"Star Wars" princess
In ___ of (replacing)
TV show that originally included John Belushi and Jane Curtin, for short
"If you ask me ...," in a text
Japanese noodle dish
Cheer (for)
Very soft loaves of bread?
Jazz quartet, e.g.
Abbr. about alcohol on a party invitation
Like logs that have been cut
The Hunter constellation
Des Moines's state
Infield covers
Went off, as a timer
Indigo, henna, etc.?
Bit of voodoo
Nissan rival
Flow back, as the tide
Neckwear with the letters A, B, C, D, etc.?
Step between floors
Cold, cold drink

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