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New York Times crossword of September 7th, 2009 other clues
'Close but no cigar'
'The Simpsons' clerk
'The Simpsons' neighbor
'Yeah, sure'
Abbr. in personals
Actress Scala
Alan of 'M*A*S*H'
Algae color
Astronaut Grissom
B'way's 'Les ___'
Be a sucker
Big inconvenience
Bill the Science Guy
Birds in many birdhouses
Bowler's button
Boxing combo
Bronzes at the beach
Brother of Cain and Abel
Call to a shepherd
Card game in which a player might ask 'Got any 8's?'
Certain camera, for short
Coconut source
Decorative needle case
Disney lyric repeated before 'Darling it's better / Down where it's wetter'
Egyptian desert
English monarchs from Henry VII through Elizabeth I
Escapee's run
Fall for it
Gave a toot
Give away temporarily
Grabs dinner
Head: Fr.
Hell-___ (rowdy sort)
Hem's partner
Hockey's Bobby
Hook, line and ___
Insert in a tape recorder
Instill with the three R's
Latin ballroom dance
Letters on a Coppertone bottle
Lion's lair
Lions' hair
M.I.T.'s ___ School of Management
Navigational gizmo
New York's Tappan ___ Bridge
No, in Nuremberg
Period of fasting
Raggedy ___
Rapper turned actor
Sacred song
San ___ (Hearst castle)
School for princes William and Harry
Sluggers' stats
Southwest Indian home
Start something that one shouldn't start
State when one's nose is out of joint
Steeple contents
Twiddling one's thumbs
Us Weekly rival
Useful item accompanying a face card in blackjack
Verb go-with
Walk the runway at a fashion show
What the rings signify on a tree
Where streets meet: Abbr.
Yes, in Québec

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