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Ninth in a series: Abbr. crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of February 15th, 2004 other clues
'Delta of Venus' author
'Huzzah!,' e.g.
'Mon ___!'
'Slaves of New York' actress
'That's ___!' (angry retort)
'That's ___' (cautionary Roy Orbison song)
'The Music Man' woman
'The Producers' role
'This Old House' address
'___ Gold' (1997 film)
'___ Hit Parade'
1929 Literature Nobelist
1961 space chimp
1988 and 1992 Olympic track gold medalist)
A security
Actress whose great-grandfather was a British P.M.
Annoyer
Aretha Franklin's '___ No Way'
Author and longtime professor of writing at Princeton
Awaiting
Bar offering
Bauxite, e.g.
Ben ___
Better
Boatload
Bob Dylan song '___ for You'
Bogus
Bus. heads
Busy as ___
Calculator button
Carol starter
Circle
Coin grade
Comic superheroes
Cry on opening a tax bill
Curtain-rising time
Dallas hoopster
Daughter of Poseidon who was the ancestor of a prophetic clan
Disagreeable
Distributed
Divides fairly
Dole (out)
Doll
Drive
Duke rival, for short
Educational grant named for a senator
Essen's river
Final bid
First alert, often
Former Expos manager
Four CD's
Fruits de ___
Further condition to 1-Across
Girl in a Beatles song
Go under
Greetings
Grp. pledged to 'do no harm'
Gulf
He developed the 'Three Principles of the People'
Hints
Home of the Brickyard 400
Hunters' needs: Abbr.
Inventeur's need
Jazzman
Kind of chamber
Knight from Atlanta
Like many driveways
Like the Capitol bldg. vis-à-vis the White House
Like the names at 33-, 51-, 61-, 73-, 93-, 101- and 120-Across
Little hopper
Mag. positions
Many a part in 'The Pianist'
Mexico's Villa and others
Minuscule
Moscow's home: Abbr.
Most basic
Musical John
N.H.L. Hall-of-Famer who played for Montreal
Nautical direction
Nine-digit ID
Nix
Nog ingredient, maybe
Noisy
Not yet shaped
Oil of ___
Open-air arcade
Opposite of chic
Part of a rainbow
Part of speech: Abbr.
Peter Pan rival
Pioneer products
Pot foundation
President Taft's alma mater
Put on a spit
Razor-billed birds
Regular: Abbr.
Seattle Slew and others
See 96-Across
Shakespearean haunter
Shown again
Since, informally
Singer Reed
Six-time U.S. Open winner
Sketch
Soccer star Hamm
Spanish muralist
Spread, as hay
St.-Honoré, in Paris
Stand
Standard deviation symbol
Stat
Stem-to-stern item
Stock market overseer: Abbr.
Stole
Stone made of silicon and oxygen
Storage place
Stretches
Substitute in the kitchen
Suffix with pluto-
Supplied
Syringe
Tastiness
Theater turn-off?
They move shells
Three-time French Open champion
TV schedule abbr.
Very much
W.W. I battle locale
W.W. II battle site, for short
Welcome abroad
Western Hemisphere city founded in 1521
With 59-Across, a knock
With all agreeing, after 'to'
Wood strip
Woods, e.g.
Wriggling
Writer Huffington
___ Awards (annual prizes for African-American achievement)
___ Rios, Ecuador

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