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Longtime name on 'Today' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of October 25th, 2006 other clues
Ending with aero-
Epsilon follower
Faddish 1990's computer game
Ferdinand, e.g.
Four-star reviews
Gets back at angrily
Give ___ on the back
Hall-of-Famer Boggs
Hospital room staples
Isle of exile
It may be within a judge's grasp
It's not good to do this at the sun
Kenneth Grahame's ___ Hall
Kind of pit at a rock club
Kind of tradition
Lay off
Libertine's feeling
Lifesaver, maybe
Locks up
London institution since 1785, with 'The'
Lottery player's happy shout
Mai ___
Make sense
Marchers in single file
Monthly check
New Haven student
New Mexico county
Nigerian language
Norwegian saint
On the subject of
Part of a dinosaur find
Poly- follower
Promgoer's woe
Put under
Quip, part 2
Quip, part 3
Root of diplomacy
Rumble, e.g.
Site of tiny orbits
Smog control grp.
Some hosp. cases
Sound during shearing
Stag party attendee
Start of a quip from a returning vacationer
Start of hazarding a guess
Sugary drinks
Turn inside out
U2's Bono, e.g.
Usage fee
Workers' protection org.
1950's British P.M.
'Como ___ usted?'
'Good riddance'
'Spare me!,' e.g.
'What's it ___?'
1960 Everly Brothers hit
Animal with a snout
Brisk seller
Carpet fiber
Common Spanish boys' names
Croc's head or tail?
Diamond org.
Ear part
Egypt's Sadat
End of the quip

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