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New York Times crossword of October 16th, 2010 other clues
'At once!'
'I appreciate it,' in text messages
'___ Meets Godzilla' (classic 1969 cartoon)
1940s musical innovation
1962 title film character played by Joseph Wiseman
Anniversary order
Architect interred in Arlington National Cemetery
Begin disrobing, possibly
British coin introduced in 1971
Case load?
City founded by Shiva, according to legend
Crayfish features
Creator of the Mayfair Witches
Drill item
English illustrator who created the 'St. Trinian's' cartoon series
Expressions of affection made with the eyes
Father of Agamemnon
Fill up
First name of a 1978 Peace Nobelist
First son
Fish catchers
Forest homes
Get rough
Hydrocarbon with two carbons
In a position of prominence
Information on wine bottles: Abbr.
Insufferable guests
Island nation with a trident on its flag
It's also known as a maypop
It's more than just a game
Kahn of Broadway
Like many songbirds
Literary adulteress's surname
Makes over
Mannerly man
Meryl's 'Prime' co-star
Mideast dough
Mobile home dweller
Monologue writers?
Not fully reliable, as evidence
One in a crowded delivery room
One of many lost by Charlie Brown
Overdo the tanning
Plant production
Puerto Rican seaport
Reasons to presoak
Renew old connections?
Russian Orthodox substitutes for palm branches on Palm Sunday
Shakespeare rebuke
Shows anger publicly, say
Slim win margin
Smallest republic on the African mainland
Soup thickener
Staple of gothic architecture
Supporter of the North
Throw in together
Unhappy influence
Viola da ___ (old stringed instrument)
William Cullen Bryant poem that begins 'Yet one smile more, departing, distant sun!'
___ dire

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