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New York Times crossword of September 11th, 2005 other clues
'À ___ santé!'
'Almost Famous' director, 2000
'Apocalypse Now' locale
'Goodness Had Nothing to Do With It' autobiographer
'In dreams begin responsibility' writer
'Roman Holiday' princess
'Stop that!'
'Twin Peaks' victim ___ Palmer
'Two Women' star
'___ Enchanted' (Newbery-winning book made into a 2004 film)
1967 music festival site
Ab ___ (from the beginning)
Air or field starter
Ancient Mexican
Another name for retinol
Arlene of 'Here Come the Girls'
Art movement prefix
Artemis, to Apollo
At some point
Baseball's Felipe
Be up
Berkeley university nickname
By agreed order
Calculator part
Cell phone brand
Clog remover
Coffeehouse crockery
Comerica Park team
Commuter carriers
Correctional worker?
Dada pioneer
Debate club fodder
Diplomatic successes
Disaster coverage?
Dog in Francis Barraud's painting 'His Master's Voice'
Drank some coffee, say, with 'up'
Educator Montessori
Enter all at once
Fix a track
Football's Dawson
Galley's many
German-speaking Swiss canton
Giant at Cooperstown
Go well together
Good to have around
Goodie to be divided
Guessed wrong
Gunpowder ingredient
High spirits
Intro deliverers
Knit up again
La Belle Époque ender: Abbr.
Language once known as Cape Dutch
Lay concern?
Ligurian Sea feeder
Like Mayan pyramids
Long arm
Lord's Prayer starter
Many a computer icon
Marvin Gaye's '___ That Peculiar'
Mgr.'s holding
More nervous
Much-used engine
Musical wingding
No longer reliant on mother
No longer with us
Nose-puckering, in a way
Not all there
Old Ford
One whose working days are numbered
Org. headquartered on Constitution Ave.
Overly glib
Pained reaction
Percentage of a legal settlement
Photomap overlay
Pick up
Plant chewed in Arabia
Practicing grp.
Preside over
Pulmotor's purpose
Sandwich's title?
Scott of 'Happy Days'
See 37A
See 37A
See 37A
See 62D
See 68A
See 92A
See 92A
Semicircular shape
Show unseemly curiosity
Smelter input
Some Ivy Leaguers
Some Ouija answers
Somewhat, slangily
Souvlaki meat
Speedometer reading: Abbr.
Sport ___
Spring from a bed
Stephen of 'FearDotCom'
Student's stat.
The World Factbook publisher: Abbr.
Tropical wreath
Turn to a new setting
Unlikely Scottish sight
Unser and son
Where it's at
Where many barrels are seen
While away
Window flankers
With 27D, what these answers show
With 59A, 18D and 18A, what these answers show
With 61A, what these answers show
With 69A and 69D, what these answers show
Within walking distance
Yossarian's tentmate, in 'Catch-22'
Young 'un in the Hundred Acre Wood
[Bad call!]
___ function

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