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New York Times crossword of September 4th, 2007 other clues
'Don't give up!'
'Durn it!'
'I wanna!'
'i' completer
'Yes, you are!' retort
'You wish!'
1 1€2 rotation leap
79, for gold: Abbr.
Access the Web
Analyze, as ore
Artist's mishap
Athenian lawgiver who introduced trial by jury
Baby docs, briefly
Big atlas section
Big do
Bloodhound's trail
Brenner Pass locale
Bring in the sheaves
Brownish gray
Burglar's booty
Cable for money?
City near Provo
Confess (to)
End of a fight
Fateful March date
Fizzy drinks at a five-and-ten
God, for George Burns or Morgan Freeman
Grant-giving org.
Guide strap
Half an old comedy duo
Headed out
High school course, for short
Horse course
Immigrant from Japan
In first place
Iolani Palace locale
It goes for a buck
It has eyes that can't see
J.F.K. posting: Abbr.
Kind of vaccine
Langston Hughes poem
Largest volcano in Europe
Makes up one's mind (to)
Mom's skill, briefly
Mother's hermana
Noted polonaise composer
O.K. sign
On edge
One ...
One, two and three ... or this puzzle's title
Prefix with con
Prefix with physical
Rafael's wrap
Rooster's mate
Seaweed product
Simmer (down)
Slate, e.g., for short
Sleek, in auto talk
Start limping
Subject of modern 'mapping'
Thomas who wrote 'The Magic Mountain'
Three ...
Tut's kin?
Twist-apart treat
Two ...
U.P.S. supply
Visual movement popularized in the 1960s
W.W. I German admiral
Wall plaster
Writes quickly

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