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New York Times crossword of September 16th, 2001 other clues
#1 position
'Harold ___' (old comic strip)
'Plain Language From Truthful James' writer
'The Night of the Hunter' screenwriter
'___ known ...'
'___ Tu' (1974 hit)
'___ Tu' (1974 hit)
1944 Bing Crosby hit
1944 Bing Crosby hit
1983 David Bowie #1 hit
37-Across was its first earl
A founder of the state of Israel
Actor Herbert
Actor Herbert
Actor John
Ah follower
Alpine river
Always, to Shakespeare
Arrives jauntily
Article in Die Welt
Bacon feature
Bank-to-bank transactions: Abbr.
Basket material
Basket material
Beaten down
Big inits. in trucks
Bit of dinero
Cache
Cache
Capone captor
Cause of a blown engine, maybe
Chilled
Chilled
Conservatory piece
Cornerback Sanders
Crackers
Crackers
Crowbar
Cut off (from)
Cut ___
Cut ___
Dactylitis locale
Diner sign
Diner sign
Disney design
Doodler's aid
Drink whose name is a homophone of 48-Across
English town next to Banstead Downs
Examines
Exclamation akin to 'Whew!'
Farrow and Hamm
Fast talk
Fast talk
First assembly-line carmaker
Foe of the Iroquois
Foe of the Iroquois
Foreign language topic
Former regulatory org.
Founder of Little America
Git
God of war, magic and poetry
Gumbo vegetables
Hardly a quick trip
Hip parts
Hosp. readouts
Indian state
Indian state
Is rife
Is rife
It's shot
Itch
Itch
Just a thought
Kind of column
Kind of column
Last thing said before dinner?
Like some socks
Like some socks
Made a scene?
Mars
Martin and Matalin
Masefield play 'The Tragedy of ___'
Munchkin
Munchkin
Mushroom producers
Name of 12 popes
Name of 12 popes
Not hunched
Noted Schubert piece in F major
O'Rourke, e.g., of 'F Troop': Abbr.
Old magazine ___ Digest
One sought for advice
One with a rain check?
Opportunity, metaphorically
Part of an inheritance?
Perry Como player
Piccolo alternatives
Pigeonhole
Pigeonhole
Place for a comb
Place for a comb
Place for a padlock
Place to order une bière
Posit positively
Prefix with arrange
Prefix with linguistics
Prelude
Previously, once
Proceeds here and there
Pseudologue
Rat-a-tat
Refusals
Refusals
Regulated, as property
Religious title: Abbr.
Relinquish, as rights
Restricted ___
Rundown
Rundown
See 107-Down
Several czars
Shin
Sign of an indifferent homemaker
Silent treatment?
Small amount
Small amount
Spanish babes
Spooky
Spooky
Spree
Spree
Staff symbol
Staff symbol
Start of an oath
Start of an oath
Staying power
Store selection
Take away
Take away
Talkathon
Taste-testers' turndowns
Teachers' org.
Teachers' org.
They can make a suer suffer
Tie-ups
TMC competitor
True
True
Type widths
Ukr., formerly
Urgent message
Vanquish
Vanquish
Visit briefly
Warm and comfy
Wasted gas
Word following clue 114-Across
Yom Kippur observer
___ Baba
___ Baba
___ Clinic
___ Clinic
___ Pedro
___ Perot
___-jongg
___-jongg

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