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Luisa's lover in 'The Fantasticks' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of September 25th, 2004 other clues
It's not all fluff
Kerman rug maker
Kind of column
Lead-in to fire, trap or price
Like the cutting of gemstones
Morgue, for one
Nature films?
Neither soon nor far off
Number on a dial
Oldtime radio kids' show 'Uncle ___ Squadron'
Peasant girl who became the saint of Lourdes
Punch and Judy, for example
Put one's cards on the table
Put out, in the old days
Sartre's being
See 24-Down
See 8-Down
Skates on thin ice, say
Ski boot accessories
Sophisticates they're not
Throws in
Title character in a 2003 film from 44-Down
Took a load off
Where oil may often be found
Whodunit necessity
With 50-Down, cry upon returning
Woolworth contemporary
___ Desert
'Cimarron' co-star, 1931
'That proves it!'
'There ___ words ...'
'___ break?'
AOL, e.g.
Arrack flavorer
Attempted, in a phrase
Author Silverstein
Brightened, with 'up'
Cactus ring
Countertop materials
Drops off
Father of Deimos
Faust and Méphistophélès, e.g.
Former carrier to Lima
Homer, e.g.
Hostile takeover symbol
Imported film genre
Inadvisable thing to do, usually, in the mail
Israel's Weizman

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