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New York Times crossword of September 8th, 2011 other clues
A flower is pretty when it's in this
Able to be drawn out
Actress Anderson
Amount ignored in weighing
Archer's wife in 'The Maltese Falcon'
Author of the 1968 work named in the circled letters (reading clockwise)
Bunny fancier
Cartoon 'Yuck!'
Castle part
Cinéma ___
Cup ___ (hot drink, informally)
Detectives look for them, briefly
Double-cross, e.g
Emulate Don Corleone
Georgia was one once: Abbr
Hauled (off)
He played Joe Palooka in the 1934 film 'Palooka'
High ___
Hot chocolate time, maybe
Italian scientist who lent his name to a number
Language from which 'spunk' is derived
Last word in a showman's spiel
Leader of the 35-Across
Let out, e.g
Like Hindi or Urdu
Like Jesus
Like ruckuses or roadster roofs
Like some poker betting
Like summer school classes, often
Like the trades
MacFarlane who created TV's 'Family Guy'
'Leave ___ that!'
'Episode VI' returnee
'I played already'
'No way!'
'The Color Purple' protagonist
1950s political inits
1950s-'60s political inits
Make more presentable, as a letter
Man of tomorrow
Meeting places
More twisted
National park whose name means 'the high one'
Neon sign, e.g
Nevada county containing Yucca Mountain
Noted gang leader
Org. with the ad slogan 'It's not science fiction. It's what we do every day'
Perfume, in a way
Press agent?
Recommendation letter, maybe
Related on the mother's side
Secretaries used to make them
Slowing down, in music: Abbr
Some bagel toppers
Something new
Source of the saying 'The gods help them that help themselves'
Steno's stat
Subject of the 1968 work
Will words
Willing to consider
Workable if awkward solution to a computer problem
Writer in cipher, maybe

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