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|New York Times crossword of October 2nd, 1999 other clues|
|'Goosebumps' series author|
|'It's ___!' (cry in a police drama)|
|'Strangers and Brothers' novelist|
|'The moan of doves in immemorial ___': Tennyson|
|1963 Ray Charles hit|
|1993 Peace Prize co-winner|
|Anne Nichols hero|
|Burke of 'Burke's Law'|
|Dog with a curled tail|
|Dropoff points: Abbr.|
|Edberg of tennis|
|Escort, as to one's flat|
|Ever, in dialect|
|Five-time Iditarod winner Rick|
|God represented in mummy wrappings|
|Interruption cause, maybe|
|Kind of motel|
|Like most owls|
|Not stay at home|
|One in a flock|
|Only Super Bowl won by the Jets|
|Qaddafi, for one|
|They pass through tubes|
|Times for shooting stars|
|Vented repressed feelings|
|W.W. II battle site, for short|
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