Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (September 19th 2008) 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.

Student excuser
Turns down
TV newswoman Soledad
Union inits. starting in 1886
W.W. II air ace who lent his name to an airport
Wee hour
What debaters debate
What the 1939 50,000-word novel 'Gadsby' completely lacks
Wiped out, slangily
___ 2600 (hit product of the 1970s-'80s)
___ Day (September 19)
___ leaf
___ of God
___ Santiago, 1987 N.L. Rookie of the Year
'This instant!'
'Super Trouper' group, 1980
'That's fine'
'Well, I'll be!,' as it might be said on September 19
200 milligrams
Apparently is
At someone's mercy
Bank offerings
Bar tenders?: Abbr.
Bit of chicken feed
City near Provo
Doorstep numbers?
Eat out?
Hedge word
Hindu drink of the gods
How some dares are done
Insurance providers, for short
Irritated, after 'in'
Irritation suffix
It has a long tongue
Italian restaurant chain
Kind of delay
LAX datum
Like most music
Like soldiers known as Gurkhas
Live folk album of 1968
Meyerbeer output
Not yet delivered, after 'in'
One end of the Welland Canal
Ones needing career counseling, maybe: Abbr.
Org. with the annual Eddie Gottlieb Trophy
Packers QB whose #15 jersey is retired
Pendant adornments
Persian, e.g.
Places for dust to collect
Play with the line 'Hell is other people'
Revolutionary patriot James
Scratches, with 'out'
Shell locations
Some diner equipment
Source of troubles
Start to smell, maybe