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|New York Times crossword of September 22nd, 2011 other clues|
|'My mama done ___ me'|
|'___ of sweat will save a gallon of blood': Patton|
|1970s sitcom catchword|
|After U2, highest-grossing concert band of all time, informally|
|Baseball commissioner starting in 1992|
|Cuban name in 2000 news|
|Daly of 'Cagney & Lacey'|
|English author Edward Bulwer-___|
|It has just 16 rules of grammar|
|It may be sandy or candy|
|It may be turned against you|
|It's beside a sideburn|
|It's located between two Plymouths: Abbr|
|Jacob who wrote 'How the Other Half Lives'|
|Jon ___, at 6'11' the tallest player in Major League Baseball history|
|Lie in the sun with suntan oil|
|Member of a D.C. nine|
|Mork's TV companion|
|Muscles covering some 32-Down|
|Pop for a young person?|
|Prime minister before and after Churchill|
|Ritual in which bitter herbs are dipped|
|Scott of 'Joanie Loves Chachi'|
|Singer with the hit country album 'Backwoods Barbie'|
|Sketch show that launched 40-Across's career, in short|
|Songwriter Jimmy and Senator Jim|
|Source of some paper pulp|
|Staff up again|
|Taking one's sweet time|
|TV network since 1970|
|Vitamin C source from Southeast Asia|
|Western language historically written in the Cyrillic alphabet|
|Win whose money, in a bygone game show?|
|___ Street, main thoroughfare in 'Peyton Place'|
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