Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 28th 2006) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 70 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'An American in Paris' song
'Is it just ___ …'
'Me too'
14-year-old Grammy winner of 1997
'Way to go, bro!'
1991 horror sequel
32-Down's place, briefly
A nymph she's not
Agreement from the other half
Anatomical hanger
Anatomical term that's Latin for 'hollow'
Arthur lost to him at the 1972 U.S. Open
Bad thing to sink into
Beau ideal
Rag on
Religious purview
Rémoulade ingredient
River tower
Russian fermented drink
Sioux Lookout setting: Abbr.
Small finch
Something to bid on
Start of a reprimand
Touchdown info
TV title role for Brandy
Ursula's nemesis in 'The Little Mermaid'
Warren resident
Web browser command
Word with light or rock
Working as a rep
Wrestler once called the 'Immovable Object'
Wrestler once called the 'Irresistible Force'
Years ___
Brentford and Isleworth in the Thames, e.g.
City known in ancient times as Philadelphia
Comment when the shooting starts
Comment when you're almost done
Connects (to)
Daughter of Phoebe
Dubya, once
Farming area: Abbr.
Film title role for Richard Gere
Flexible weaving material
Follower of ducks, sheep or pigs
Follower of McCarthy
Hiding place, sometimes
How many films are released
Kahlúa's cousin
Lake in Mist County, Minn.
Latter part of the Tertiary period
Leading evidence
Like flip hairdos, say
Longhorns' rival, briefly
Menotti boy
Move to and fro
Overnight success
Progressively smaller, in a way
Prominent puppet show producer