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New York Times crossword of September 13th, 2009 other clues
'... blackbirds baked in ___'
'Me too'
'This round's ___'
'Walk Away ___' (1966 hit by the Left Banke)
'Who wants to go next?'
'___ put it another way ...'
'___ Wiedersehen'
1960s-'70s Ford muscle car
Affirm, with 'to'
Agcy. regulating guns
Any trump
Bambi's aunt
Banned insecticide
Base's opposite
Baseball stat.
Better, as an offer
Bone attachment
Briefly, after 'in'
Celebrated in style
Chemical suffix
Child of the '70s, in brief
Classic Disney film that includes 'The Nutcracker Suite'
Combine that makes combines
Companion of Artemis whom Zeus changed into a spring
Cover girl Carol
Covered, in a way
Department store department
Deuce, e.g.
Diagram used for brainstorming
Does perfectly
Emperor who married his stepsister
Endangered Everglades mammal
Exposed sandbar, maybe
Football stat.
Genetic stuff
Genetic stuff
German mercenary
Get ready to fall, maybe
Giggle syllable
Golfer Michelle
Gravy holder
Hollywood crosser
Horse of a different color?
Hulu, e.g.
It comes after a 'long time'
Items in an ed.'s in-box
Jay who once hosted 'Last Comic Standing'
Like any channel between 30 and 300 MHz
Like some pyramids
Lose luster
Manfred ___, 1967 Chemistry Nobelist
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Mo. when the Civil War started
Monopoly token
Muscular Charles
Novelist Janowitz
Number of wonders of el mundo antiguo
Occasional 1960s protest
On one's ___
Opposite of charge
Org. headquartered in Detroit
Other side
Paris couturier Pierre
Parking lot mishap
Places of worship
Plumbing or heating
Popular 1940s radio show '___ Alley'
Prefix with center
Prefix with directional
Put away
Raison d'___
Roar for a toreador
Sailor's vision obstructer
School near Windsor Castle
Second-most common Vietnamese family name, after Nguyen
See 15-Down
See 54-Down
Sign off on
Singer Jones
Skin colorer
Slacken (off)
Soap opera, e.g.
Star employee
Starbucks size bigger than grande
State with the least populous capital
Statement of self-confidence
The 'it' in the 1990s slogan 'Gotta have it'
The 13th item in a baker's dozen
The A.C.C.'s Seminoles
The Equality State: Abbr.
The Pequod, e.g.
Third year in 31-Across's reign
Thrown off course
Trillion: Prefix
Try it out
Undergrad degs.
Vaughn's co-star in 'The Break-Up,' 2006
Vote for
Went around
What 'prn' on a prescription means
What an aurilave cleans
With 49-Down, order at a Chinese restaurant
With 61-Across, prospectors' targets
Within: Prefix
World Economic Forum host city
Worry words
Writer Zora ___ Hurston
Writing's opposite
YouTube clip, for short
___ Janis, star of Broadway's 'Puzzles of 1925'

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