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New York Times crossword of October 30th, 2011 other clues
'Morning Train' singer, 1981
'Dallas' Miss
'Et voilà!'
'Family Guy' wife
'Family Ties' son
'How's it ___?'
'Raiders of the Lost Ark' locale
'Right back at cha!'
'Shakespeare in Love' star
'Snakes on a Plane,' e.g.?
'The Simpsons' teacher Krabappel
'The Untouchables' villain
'You put the ___ in the coconut ...'
'You're so funny,' sarcastically
'___ fan tutte'
17-Down piece
1960s-'70s San Francisco mayor
1997 winner of Wimbledon and the U.S. Open
Ancient May birthstones
Anthem contraction
Arrow maker
Automaker since 1974
Ballpark fig
Basic arithmetic
Belted one
Biblical dancer
Big bump
Blues instrument
Bob, for one
Geom. figure
Given false facts
Guests at a Hatfield/McCoy marriage ceremony?
Harsh cry
Has a beef?
Horror film locale: Abbr
It's west of 12-Down: Abbr
Jeanne d'Arc, for one: Abbr
Key with four sharps: Abbr
Kitty, in Segovia
Letters of surprise, in text messages
Limb perch
Looks down on
Lottery winner's feeling
Makeshift Frisbee
Marcos of the Philippines
Mark Twain and George Sand, e.g
Melodic passages
Mendes of 'Hitch'
Money-related: Abbr
Mouselike animal
Mujeres con esposos
Number of X's in this puzzle's answer
Occurring someday
One of a pair of towel markings
One of St. Peter's heavenly duties?
One side of a quad, maybe
Opera whose second act is called 'The Gypsy'
Org. with a sub division
Orly birds, once
Othello, for one
Peeper problems
Place for un béret
Workout class on a pleasure cruise?
World heavyweight champion who was once an Olympic boxing gold medalist
Your, in Tours
___ Sci
Brand of tea
Cabby's nonstop patter?
Challenge for jrs
Charge, in a way
Cheap and flimsy, as metal
Chips away at
Christmas party
Cinco follower
City that was the site of three battles in the Seven Years' War
Classic Freudian diagnosis
Classical Italian typeface
Classmates, e.g
Co-star of Kate and Farrah, in 1970s TV
College in Beverly, Mass
Cousin of an ampule
Creature whose tail makes up half its body's length
Cries in Cologne
Crystal on the dinner table?
Daughter of Loki
Dickens's Drood
Did laps
Doc workers' org.?
Doing injury to
Easy eats
Egg foo ___
Egg: Prefix
Feudal estate
Fictional Jane
Film special effects, briefly
Fine fiddle
Game with 108 cards
Playground retort
Poet Mark
Polar hazard
Projections on some globes: Abbr
Provide a gun for, maybe
Rangers' venue, for short
Roast slightly
Sandcastle engineering equipment
She was beheaded by Perseus
Ship part
Singer Cassidy
Singer Ford
Single partygoer
Step down, in a way
Subject of a Magritte painting
Term on a tide table
Thing that may break people up
Things rings lack
Took one step too many, maybe
Triangular sails
Unbelievable court infraction?
Union concession
What a lazy mover prefers to carry?
William Morris workers
Word with level or devil

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