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'No more for me' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of September 6th, 2008 other clues
'Here we go!'
'Notorious' company
'___ Nice Clambake' ('Carousel' tune)
'Phooey!'
'The King and I' film director
'___ spiro, spero' (motto of South Carolina)
Alert while driving
An egg develops from it
Ancient Negev dweller
Aptly named Philadelphia indoor soccer team
Biceps, e.g.
Cell choice
Checkers' place
Comeuppance
Counselor on 'Star Trek: T.N.G.'
Daughter of Loki
Discounted
Dwellers on Lake Vänern
Egg head?
Far from soft
Fox's cousin
Half Dome's home
Home to Hitsville U.S.A.
Improvisatory composition
Insubstantial
It turns up in a field
Stateliness
Stir up
Suffix in linguistics
Their feet don't walk
They come out in the spring
Threshold adjoiner
Trunk attachment
Westinghouse/Intel award winner, e.g.
Where inside info is revealed?
Where Japanese trade shares: Abbr.
___ raison (sensible: Fr.)
It's a downer
Jobs in technology?
Land on a peninsula
Librarian, at times
Like many parties: Abbr.
Losing pitcher in the 1956 World Series perfect game
Luxury Hyundai sedan
Marveled aloud
Name in cosmetics since 1931
Not at all excited by
Onassis and others
One of a jazz duo?
One of the Coreys on 'The Two Coreys'
Open, as a jacket
Orange County seat
Place for a skating edge
Plays a trump card
Prefix with cycle
Princeton Review subj.
Prison part
Ran off, in a way
Reached the peak
Records that may be broken
Reels
Root word?
Satan, with 'the'
Seeing the sun rise, say
Seeming
Shout to a 25-Across
Show to the public
Sick
Sluggard
Some players in penalty boxes
Sounded like a bufflehead

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