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'Hop-Frog' writer crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of October 15th, 2010 other clues
'I swear!'
'No problem!'
'No problem!'
'The Lamp-Lighter' painter
'___ Mine' (track on 'Let It Be')
1992 Dream Team member
Bad way to carry something
Camera hog's concern
Cat of comics
Cause for an alarm
Childish rejoinder
Controversial O. J. Simpson book
Cousin of a blackfish
Crick who co-discovered DNA's structure
Ebenezer Scrooge's nephew
Eddie who inspired 'The French Connection'
English composer/pianist Lord
Fans may be worked into them
Grabbed the reins
Half of oct-
Have down
He had Atahualpa executed
Humana offering, briefly
In the middle
Its final production was released in 1959
Large pieces of cabbage?
Let out, in a way
Letters for enlistees' letters
Many went bust after booming
Nickname for Dwight Gooden
Noel syllables
Noted reader of headlines
Official conclusion?
One of the Home Counties
One with an extra-wide spine
Paradigm of piety, in Pamplona
Part of some cultural nights out
Parts of many role-playing games
Party bowlful with zing
Peripheral, e.g.
Person firing a locomotive
Pitcher Lopez or Vazquez
Pitchman who said 'It has more seats than the Astrodome!'
Port named for a Norse god
Relative of 'Apt.'
See 2-Down
Setting for half of Chopin's 24 preludes
Soup thickener
South-of-the-border snack
Sporty ride
Technology for 'Avatar,' e.g.: Abbr.
They may be fluid: Abbr.
They're normal: Abbr.
Thing picked up at a water cooler
Thrust oneself heedlessly
Total bore
Unlike a type A
Uses cajolery on
What only a select few might get
With 6-Down, gets bombed
Year China's Liang dynasty began
___ Prairie, Minn.
___ Spring

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