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New York Times crossword of October 22nd, 2010 other clues
'A Season in Purgatory' novelist Dominick
'Avalon' band
'Hold on'
'La Légende des Siècles' poet
'Sorry, too busy!'
1970s peace anthem
Almost in the sticks
Becomes understood
Begin's partner
Big-eared china
Brand written about by Hawthorne
Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da ___
Certain Bedouin
Chilled, so to speak
Chinese game name starter
Chorus heard at some retreats
Cologne contradiction
Compound combinations
Concentrates, in a way
Congressional feminist of note
Corporeal case
Court star being courted?
Creator of the currency system consisting of galleons, sickles and knuts
Davis of Hollywood
Elusive types
Equipment near a horse
Former Lenin adherent?
Gabbers' gathering
Get out of the field
Grand Canal sights
Gunpowder ingredient
Host of the 1974 Asian Games
Hot partner?
It may be handed down
It often includes a trio
Items checked before flying
Job description detail
Let go
Let go
Let one's god down?
Like financial statements and hospital patients
Like some realistic statues
Literary classic featuring the jester Wamba
Old Asian title
Once-in-a-lifetime trip, for some
Opposite of 55-Down, informally
Pound racket
Racing form data
Ready to be totally remodeled
Repetitive composition
Romanov family member
Row announcement
Saxon or Celt, once
Small fishing vessel
Sob story subject
Stadium thrillers: Abbr.
Stuck (to)
They appear in installments
They're peddled: Abbr.
Time of the fall: Abbr.
Vaccine combo
What a wink often means
Words that prevent firing
___ Sharp, founder of Four Seasons Hotels

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