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New York Times crossword of October 23rd, 2005 other clues
'Let's not go there'
'Mahogany' star, 1975
'Movin' ___'
'Six Feet Under' role
'The Waste Land' monogram
'Three Sisters' sister
'___ Flor and Her Two Husbands'
14-Down, for one
2003 Will Ferrell title role
2004 biopic that was a Best Picture nominee
A man goes for a walk and
Above, in Aachen
Art patron Kahn
Astronaut Grissom
Beat again in wrestling
Benjamin Netanyahu's alma mater, for short
Big Turkish export
Bird: Prefix
Branching marine growth
Bring around
Brought into play
Bush activity
By the way
Bygone numbers
Caffeine source: Var.
Central parts
Cherry variety
Chicago daily, with 'the'
City in a 1968 Dionne Warwick top 10 hit
Comparably tense
Composer ___ Carlo Menotti
Conjured up
Coyly playful
Delibes opera
Dir. of I-64 going up Ky.
Double order, perhaps
Fight stopper
Fighting Tigers' sch.
Fretted strings
Gibson garnish
Go bonkers
Good ending?
Grab some chow?
Granting that, in brief
Have a hunch
He then hands the genie
Highlander pattern
How shoelaces are often tied
How some rivers proceed
It's measured by the meter
John of England
Jones of the Miracle Mets
Kind of column
Kind of leather
Lays out
Like a horseshoe
Like Bruckner's Symphony No. 7
Like some church matters
Like the sugar in cotton candy
Lorelei Lee's creator
Macadamize, e.g.
Man in an order
Masseur's target
Mom's forte, quickly
Mother of Pollux and Helen
Mountain lift
Movie computer
Not as strenuous
Not set things right
Noted exile site
Noted support group
Old Dodge
One having second thoughts
One who's out of touch
Papua New Guinea port
Parliamentary nods
Phoebe's player on 'Friends'
Piedmont wine city
Place for a counter claim?
Popular street name
Pronunciation difficulty
Put a stopper on
Radiation units
Recovers, with 'up'
Remote location
Rye alternative
Scares off
Seat, slangily
See 50-Down
See 94-Down
Sewing machine gizmo
Small particle: Abbr.
Smelly smoke
Some health info ads, for short
Some terriers
Sot's problem
Spread out on a table?
Springy steps
Support, in a way
The genie replies, '…'
The genie studies it for a while and finally says, 'This is impossible. So …'
The man says, 'I always wanted to see …'
The man says, 'I want to see …'
Tough problem to face?
Upper hand
W.W. II battle site, familiarly
When he pops the cork, a genie appears and says, '…'
With 102-Across, London-New York time difference
With 119-Across, 1920's literary couple on Cape Cod, with 'the'
Wrinkle, maybe
Writer Rand
ZIP code 10001 locale: Abbr.
___ cheese
___ de trois (dance)

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