Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 10th 2006) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 76 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'Is ___, Lord?'
Acorn sites
45, for one
'Wanna ___?'
'Kidnapped' monogram
Auto amenities, for short
Back muscles, for short
Baker's no.
Baseball and football star Sanders
Bing, bang or boom
Black cats and dark clouds, e.g.
Building extension
Cartoon film art
Chance to get on base
Craft over Niagara Falls?
Device with a Nano model
Doesn't just ask
Done to ___
Fly high
Former New York 53-Down
Friend of Morpheus in 'The Matrix'
Golfer Vijay Singh's homeland
Grammy winner Jones
Having one's jaw dropped
Hereditary ruler
How deadpan jokes are delivered
Kind of tax that funds Soc. Sec.
Lao-tzu principle
Love, in Lima
Trading org.
Traffic director
Warring Tolkien creatures
Was rude at a dance
Way, way off
Where S.F. is
Wish undone
Word for half of hurricanes
Luke's sister, in 'Star Wars'
Nine-to-five activity
Not Dem. or Rep.
Not just 'a'
Of base 8
One often leaving his initial behind
Online flea market
Phoenix five
Piece of work?
Prefix with body
Pretty agile for one's age
Quaker possessive
Rats' milieu
Reverse of post-
Room treatments
Shows its age, as wallpaper
Some sports commentary
Southern treat
Start of a David Letterman countdown
Start of some juice blend names
Statehouse V.I.P.
Straight man, for a comedian
Stuff in trays
Ted of 'Becker'
Theater employee
Thrombosis cause