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New York Times crossword of September 5th, 2011 other clues
'Feels great!'
'Laughing' animal
32-card game
511, in old Rome
Abrupt finishes to phone conversations
Appliances hidden in seven answers in this puzzle
Author Asquith of children's books
Biblical word with 'thou'
Bit of Morse code
Bullfight cheer
Charleston is its capital
Chicago columnist Kupcinet
College Web site suffix
Common event the day after Thanksgiving
Cut the mustard
Dada artist Jean
Deposit, as an egg
Distance units on a football field
Doctor's charge
Eagle's grabbers
Earn tons of, as dough
Elvis's '___ Las Vegas'
Fashion magazine founded in France
Favorable sign
First part of a ski jump
Fix, as a cat
Focused-beam emitters
Four Monopoly properties: Abbr
German car
Griffin who created 'Wheel of Fortune'
Indenting key
It's rotated when doing the twist
Japanese motorcycle maker
Kitchen cleanup cloth
Log-in info
Longest river in Deutschland
Look-for-it children's game
Necklace fasteners
North, east, west or south: Abbr
Not a unanimous ruling
Not threatened
Off-road transport, briefly
Oktoberfest vessel
One who knows the ropes
Palindromic girl
Permit for leaving a country
Perry Mason's field
Property with a mansion
Ready for business
Role in 'Young Frankenstein'
Russian fighter jet
Samuel Langhorne ___
Simile's center
Skirt's edge
Sort of
Sportscaster Albert
Stiffly phrased
Swedish liquor with memorable ads
Takes steps in response to
Talks like this in 'Star Wars' films he does
Trumpet's saliva-draining key
'Entourage' cable channel
'Fat chance, laddie'
'All seats have been sold' sign
Venomous snake
Walk proudly
What literally comes from the north, east, west and south?
___ Paulo, Brazil
___ the Terrible
___, Crackle and Pop

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