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New York Times crossword of September 6th, 2018 other clues
Alexander the Great, to Aristotle
Like one-size-fits-all garments
F-, e.g
Words after 'Oh, no!'
Apex predators of the deep
Literally, 'a hopeful person'
Fathers and sons
Yoga poses
Athletic type ... or athletic wear
Major ___, 'Dr. Strangelove' character who rides the bomb
Formal rejection
___ and Link (popular online comedy duo)
Mom's mom
Hidden trouble indicator ... or what you'll need to finish this crossword?
Shades for many window shades
___ buco
Mosque of ___ (shrine in Jerusalem)
Idle on the set
Blood of the gods, in Greek myth
Muppet who refers to himself in the third person
Images on Australia's 50-cent coins
So-called 'Goddess of Pop'
In a way
Sticks, as a landing
City where you can view Edvard Munch's 'The Scream'
Comes out
Ingredient in black jelly beans
Word on a gravestone
No ___ Day (October 13)
Compact arms
'Heck if I know'
It flows and glows
Ones reading the Book of Shadows
Success for a closer in baseball
Culinary phrase
It may involve dips, in two different senses
'Let me clarify ...'
Superhero's defining quality
Deemed appropriate
It's between an A and a B
Pasta common in minestrone
It's symbolized by a star and crescent
Dweller along the Don
Peter or Paul
Japanese roadster
Entry fees
Phishing target, for short
Keepsakes for March Madness victors
'Check it out for yourself!'
The Admiral's Cup, e.g
Exchange of swear words?
Kind of operation in number theory, for short
Put the pedal to the metal
The snakes in the movie line 'Snakes. Why'd it have to be snakes?'
Puzzle in which people take turns solving
Leader of the land down under?
Waze or WeChat
Rabbit fur
Like Confucianism or Taoism

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