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New York Times crossword of October 27th, 2018 other clues
Fabric purchase
Today preceder
23andMe services
Took sick leave, say
Fertilizer ingredient
Add up to
One with a frog in its throat?
Torah vessels
Ads that get lots of traffic?
Ones going on runs
Transferrer of stock?
At ___ minimum
Formulaically humorous
Overweight and untidy
Turn yellow or red, say
Got on the board
Waiting for a delivery
Belgium's longest-reigning monarch (44 years)
What a hack has
Played with the bow, in music
Bro-ey shout-out
Where 'The Last Supper' is located
Miss, e.g
Prepare for a long day ahead
Cabbage for canning?
Idaho's Nez ___ County
Winner of five British Opens between 1975 and 1983
'Say Anything ...' director
Progressive competitor
Capital across the Red Sea from Asmara
Jack's other name
Woman's name meaning 'gift'
Signs of rush hour
Certain Febreze targets
Knotty tree growth
City on the Douro River
Like oil spills and clearing of rain forests
Slobbery toon
Like some aspirin regimens
Some disguised fishing trawlers
Macbeth met one at Dunsinane Hill
Confident self-assessment
Subject of the documentary 'Top Secret Rosies: The Female Computers of W.W. II'
Decked out
'Happy Days' hangout, informally
Sybaritic pursuit
1973 Best Actor winner for 'Save the Tiger'
Do a double take?
'That's lousy'
Makes out
Take in the paper
Method of solving
Tarzan's realm
'Y' with a bar

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