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New York Times crossword of October 18th, 2014 other clues
Competition where the last one standing wins
Connecting word
Court star Nadal, informally
Current setting
Dish whose name comes from the Latin for 'ink pot'
Droids have them
Egg chair designer Jacobsen
First Christian martyr
Former Zairian leader Mobutu ___ Seko
Gomer's biblical husband
Integral course of study, briefly?
Kvass component
Leave one's company?
Like some business letters
Literary figure whose name is a letter short of something he wrote
Modern kind of campaign
Native Arizonans
Noted avoider of the color red
One in a one-on-one session
One who didn't make it to the office?
Pants part
Part of a bar code?
Parts of the Navy's full dress blues
Really move
Say 'amen,' say
Scorpio hunter of film
See 30-Across
Some military settings?
Start of a cartoon cry
Statistical method for comparing the means of two groups
Strong ale, in British lingo
Subject of 'The Word' on the first episode of 'The Colbert Report'
The Joker, e.g
They may be picked up by dogs
Walking very quietly, say
Waste of a vote?
When repeated, aerobics class cry
With 14-Down, literary yes-man
Wrestler Flair
Xerox option: Abbr
'Annie ___,' old Scottish love song
'Batman' villain ___ al Ghul
'Consider it done'
'Stop' at 44-Across
'The thing is ...'
'Wait ___!' ('Hold on there!')
Abandoned storage units?
Actor with Adam Sandler in 'Funny People'
Aid for clumsy thumbs
Atlantis section
Bakery purchase
Be full
Big things on Capitol Hill
Brand once plugged by John Madden
Car radio button
Certain punch
Classic British cars that pioneered in rear engines
Cobbler, at times
'A hint of lovely oblivion,' per D. H. Lawrence

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