Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 9th 2006) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 78 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Countess's husband
Done permanently, as writing
End point for an iPod cord
Flow's partner
Generic modeling 'clay' for tots
Gidget player in 'Gidget'
Hammer's target
Hog haven
Homeland, to Horace
It was once Siam
Kind of bean
Land north of Mex.
Late civil rights activist Parks
Lawn makeup
Like 1, 3, 5, 7 ...
Like bulls' heads
More tired
Morning run, perhaps
Motto of New Hampshire
Neighbor of Vietnam
No. with an area code
North Carolina's capital
Popular soap
Pre-1917 Russian ruler
Presidential advisers
Rabbit moves
Raggedy ___
Record label for many rappers
Relating to grades 1-12
Rick's love in 'Casablanca'
Running a temperature, say
Singer India.___
Singer Streisand
Sleeping sickness carrier
Smart ___ (wiseacres)
Son of, in Arabic names
Sounds in an empty hall
Stamp on an envelope without enough stamps
The first 'T' of TNT
The life of Riley
Three-letter combo
TV transmission sites
Verb type: Abbr.
Voting group
Western treaty grp.
When one might wear a hat
___ Beta Kappa
___ Park, Colo.
___ sci (college major, informally)
'A right ___ old elf' (Santa)
'How about ___?!'
'Planet of the ___'
'Vaya con ___' ('Go with God')
'What ___!' ('How cool!')
'___ Abner'
24 cans of beer
Airs, in Latin
AM/FM device
An essential vitamin
Assuming that's true
Binary code digit
Bit of hair cream, say
Boater's blade
British rocker Billy
Bull in a bullfight
Cheese from France
Chicken ___ king