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New York Times crossword of September 10th, 1997 other clues
''World Capitals' for 200, ___'
'Good ___!'
9C, say
Acting up, to Fats Waller
Add up
African antelope
All hogwash
Ancient Roman senate house
British cavalry weapon
Clay pigeons, e.g.
Compatriot, redundantly
Crosby, Stills and Nash, e.g.
Crow's cry
Diminutive DC Comics superhero, with 'The'
Elton's john
Fido's cousin
Fliers in V's
Freudian subjects
Get out of bed
Guitarist Clapton
Guns, in a way
Gymnastics coach Karolyi
Helicopter builder Sikorsky
Hit at Catch a Rising Star
Huffy state
It's shown in bars: Abbr.
Itinerary word
Leo, for one
Leprechauns' home
Long-distance starts
Lustful looks
Mariner's aid
Mary of 'The Maltese Falcon'
Match parts
Mauna ___
Mayberry sot
Miles of Hollywood
Miss ___ USA
Moves, as cars
Off the hook
Paleozoic and Mesozoic
PC key
Perceptible, redundantly
Pub pint
Rant's companion
Safari lodgings
Shining brightly
Shoot off
Site for a bite
Spring mo.
St. Louis pro
Stage solo
Star in Cetus
Strategizing, redundantly
Tenpenny ___
They might whip something up in the kitchen
They're hailed in cities everywhere
Three-reeler, e.g.
Tom Hayden's 60's org.
TV staple since 1/14/52
Unit of force
Wispy clouds
Youth org.

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