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New York Times crossword of October 30th, 2009 other clues
Sweet little things with points to them
Taken things a bit too far
Teacher's deg.
The Astros, on scoreboards
The Blue Jays, on scoreboards
Thread: Fr.
Tic-tac-toe loser
Travel guide listing
Turning meas.
Vote in une législature
Went nowhere
Whitney Houston hit recorded for the 1988 Summer Olympics
___ State
'A pity'
'Bull Durham' director Shelton
A musician might pick it up
'___ Town Too' (1981 hit)
'I'm Henry VIII, I am' singer
1974 Rolling Stones hit
André Gide novel whose title comes from Matthew 7:14
Anthropomorphic film villain
Austrian article
Bears make them, in brief
Big newsstand seller for some magazines
Bookie's charge, for short
Canto contraction
Cartoonish cry
Celtic sea god
Charge stuff
Childish comeback
Concerto component
Country music
Cross character
Death, in Deutschland
Deflation indication
Diamond figure on a 2006 postage stamp
Fat standard, say: Abbr.
French suffix with Québec
German indefinite article
Green land
He said 'Learn from the masses, and then teach them'
Hearing aids, briefly
Home for an addax and dorcas gazelle
Im-ho-___, Boris Karloff's role in 'The Mummy'
It no longer circulates around the Seine
Kind of flakes
Kite relatives
Like grandchildren
Like some candidates: Abbr.
Long time: Abbr.
Looped handles
Mil. base until 1994
Must, informally
Nick, say
Odds' end?
One may be significant
One of Steinbeck's twins
Parisian pronoun
Rite reading for some 13-year-olds
Salt additive?
Site of many '60s tours
Skate part
Soil water saturation limits
Some lock changers
Stewie's sister on 'Family Guy'

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