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New York Times crossword of September 23rd, 2007 other clues
'8 Minute Abs,' according to some?
'But of course, Monsieur!'
'Danger! Danger!'
'Like that'll ever happen!'
'No more, Luigi!'
'Peter Pan' pirate
'Rock and Roll, Hoochie ___'
'Say Say Say,' say
'Shine a Little Love' grp.
'Swan Lake' bend
'What ___?'
'___ known then ...'
'___ Tramp,' Peggy Lee song in 'Lady and the Tramp'
40% of fifty?
552, on a cornerstone
8 x 10, say: Abbr.
A bird flying by on the right, to the Greeks
A following?
Actress Graff
Afternoon fare
Al in Cooperstown
Andropov and Gagarin
Any member of a 1970s R & B group
B'way buys
Bagnold and others
Basics of grade school learnin'?
BlackBerry nos.
Born as
Canon competitor
Carpenter, at times
Certain shell
Classic Ferrari
Co-star on TV's 'Taxi'
Comedy Central's '___ 911!'
Cozy spot
Cut (down)
Darkens, maybe
Develop anacusis
Does in
Doesn't throw away, as a stage prop?
Done, in Dijon
Dungeons & Dragons figure
Dylan not liking Dell computers?
Element that's liquid at room temperature
Flight attendant's announcement, for short
For now
Fraud finder: Abbr.
German article
German name part
Gladness: Fr.
Good, to Guido
Grand tour locale: Abbr.
Greek peak
Gridiron star
Grosse ___, Mich.
Hero of Sophocles' 'Electra'
Historical separation
Hogwarts professor
Honshu port
Indications of anger
Jacket-and-tie affair
January 15?
Jubilant cries
Kicked off
Kind of band
Kings' lands
Laid some tiles
Late Saudi king
Let go
Like pro bono work?
Little complaint
Low: Sp.
Mitch Miller, e.g.
More than buzzed
Moves around
Nasdaq listings: Abbr.
Not closed all the way
Nova, e.g.
Nozzle choice
One bit
Online investing site
Opera ___
Opposite of morn, to a poet
Part of TWA
Paul Bunyan's dog
Pulitzer-winning novelist Shirley Ann ___
Pull a ___
Rear seating section in a theater
Recipe amt.
Ringo's eldest
Rings of islands
Rolled sixes while on Water Works, in Monopoly?
Royal jelly maker
Small number
Some moonrocks
Son of William the Conqueror
Spanish bloom
Start of many airline names
The Beatles arrived in New York in 1964 on this
The Braves' div.
The Police, e.g.
Three-day holiday
To date
TV character from the planet Melmac
Unit of yarn
Vatican emissary
Volume by Horace
Was late to an appointment at the cosmetician?
Webster and Wyle
What a sushi chef loves to hear?
What multitaskers do with things
What scientists working for Gatorade have?
Whirlpool alternative
Wilson of Tinseltown
Wind dir.
With it
Words following see, hear and speak
___ newt (witches' brew ingredient)

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