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New York Times crossword of October 9th, 2015 other clues
'___ when?'
'Big ___' (comic strip)
'Hands off!'
'Lord of the Flies' chief
'___ Eyes' (1975 #2 hit)
46-Down, for one
Accented perfume bottle name
Add some sparkle to
Apple tech station
Automaker that originally sold sewing machines
Blade in a lock
Boards on a ship
Bubbly source
Buchanan of mystery
Bunny habitat
Burnable medium, briefly
Candy bar with a crown logo
Chooses a course
Citrus fruit from Japan
Comparatively ornamented
Delivery specialist
Former cave dweller, informally
Former N.B.A. coach Kruger
Fruit-flavored refreshment
Grissom aboard Apollo 1
Hartford-based Fortune 100 company
High-tech pointer
Holders of diamonds?
Holy terror
How some legal rights are made
It was divided after W.W. II
League of nations
Like some shady contracts, from an auditor's standpoint
Linen shade
Mediterranean bistro
Modern transaction unit
Old English letter
Ones working near the poles?
Out of control
Parrot or ape
Patriotic org. founded in 1889
Piquant deli order
Plot for development
Potential employees
Pro accompanier?
Pro counterpart
Ran across the border
Risk territory west of Siberia
Sharp knocks
Singer of the 2012 Bond film theme
Smash to bits
Spray source
Star protector
Starbuck's order giver
Subject of XXL magazine
Table game in a rec room
Tech company that was the subject of a 1997 Time cover
Tennyson composition
U.S. Army E-4: Abbr
U.S. Navy O-1: Abbr
Uplifting feet?
Ward in pictures
Where Interpol is headquartered
Workplaces where speed is the first order of business?
___ broche (skewered)

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