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New York Times crossword of October 29th, 2017 other clues
$100 bills, in slang
'Jerry Maguire'
'Friday I'm in Love' band, 1992
'In that case ...'
Kind of penguin
Language in which the first four cardinal numbers are ane, twa, three and fower
'The Dark Knight'
'The Force Awakens'
Like the 1-to-7 balls
'The Lion King'
Like trampolines
'The Merry Drinker' painter
Loafs around a deli?
'Who, me?'
Look onto the street, say
'___ had it!'
Maître's domain
A fish ... or to cook it, in a way
McKellen who played Gandalf
Actor Epps
Most cozy
Actress Russo
Mrs., abroad
Ad ___ tax
American pale ___
Musical score marking, or a further hint to 101-Across
Neural conductor
New Year's Eve figure
No. 2's
Opposed (to)
Out of whack
Play up
Pool divider, or a further hint to 22-Across
Prepared for takeoff
Quizzical utterances
Reaction to a bad joke
Redundant-sounding engine parts
Sci-fi weapons
Singer with the 2012 #1 hit 'Somebody That I Used to Know'
Small beam
Some looping online animations
Some salmon
Splat preceder
Stonehenge priests
Suffix with legal
Suisse peaks
Symbol of strength
The U.S. joined it in 1917: Abbr
They're first in the draft
They're often cross-bred with apricots
Geometry test directive
George Takei's role on the U.S.S. Enterprise, in brief
Get by
Get excited about crosswords, say, with 'out'
Get old
Get ready to drive
Get up
Hallmark.com offerings
Harry's wizarding foe
Have nutritious foods
Hephaestus' forge is said to be under it
Herb pronounced differently in the U.S. and U.K
Hockey feint
Hunter in the night sky
Ideas spreading virally
It's all an act
Item with the words 'Member Since'
Jazz pianist McCoy ___
José, Bengie and Yadier ___, catcher brothers with five World Series rings among them
Judge's seat
Traffic-monitoring org
Apple desktop
Turn over
Artist's base
Big gust
What 'w' is in Welsh, at times
Blue Devils' org
What I may turn into
Bond, for one: Abbr
What metathesiophobia is the fear of
Box a bit
When Macduff slays Macbeth
Where Samson slew the Philistines
White House extension?
Brunch offering
Window fixtures, for short
Camera option, for short
Wine often served with dessert
Candy heart message
Yiddish cries
Canine supporters
___ ballerina
Capital of Qatar
___ Gabriel Mountains
Carnival, say, or a further hint to 42-Across
___ mater
___ Productions, company behind TV's 'Dr. Phil'
City south of Seminole, Okla
Coin at an arcade
College department that might offer paid studies, informally
Coolers in coolers
Daring thing to wear with polka dots
Defib locales
Duel tool
Endangered ape
Eponymous Israeli gun designer
F-150s or Thunderbirds, or a further hint to 76-Across
Feature of Chairman Mao's cap
Fig. on a master's application
First family after the Garfields
Flinching, typically
Full house, for one
Fun, for short

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