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New York Times crossword of September 27th, 2009 other clues
'Fer-de-Lance' mystery novelist
'From Russia With Love' Bond girl Romanova
'Here Come the ___' (Abbott and Costello film set at a girls' school)
'Married ... With Children' actress
'Patience ___ virtue'
'Peer Gynt' princess
'Real Time With Bill ___'
'Sailing to Byzantium' writer
'Sesame Street' regular
'The ___ Love' (Gershwin song)
'WKRP in Cincinnati' role
1873 adventure novel that begins and ends in London
American everyman
Andrea known as the liberator of Genoa
Antismoking org.
Attacked
Author of the Barsetshire novels
Authors' aids: Abbr.
Baby bottle tops
Baby carrier
Bad connection, say
Barbershop sights
Baseball coverage?
Big rush
Brown v. Board of Education city
Car make of the 1930s
Carny booth prize
Casual farewell
Catherine who survived Henry VIII
Certain palms
Chianti and Beaujolais
Chisel face
Chitchat
Closes tight
Club
Corrode
Country singer Gibbs
Courtyards
Crown
Density symbol
Dental problem
Depression-era migrant
Dipstick housing
Doesn't bother
Dressy tie
Driver of the Cannonball Special
Driving surface
Drug distributor
Dutch export
Envision
Ethan Frome portrayer, 1993
Excel
Excellent
Famous Giant
Fill the tank
Flat dweller
Flicka, e.g.
Flimflam
Flu symptom, with 'the'
From ___ Z
Full of fear
Get ready to go
Gloomy Milne character
Go aboard
Guitarist Eddy
Harvest
Horrify
Hospital bill items
How drunks drink
It might be assumed
It's not to be touched
Jacob who wrote 'How the Other Half Lives'
Jai ___
Jealous
JUDGE
Key sequence in a chromosome
Large wardrobe
Latin catchphrase sometimes seen on sundials
Leaf vein
Leopard's home?
Less popular, as a restaurant
Life magazine staple
Like some humor
Like vinaigrette
Maker of the Optima
Masters piece
Med. dose
Mug with a mug
Music compilation marketer
Numerical prefix
Of the mouth's roof
Offensive lines?
One end of a digression, for short?
One of the Pointer Sisters
Opera set in ancient Egypt
Passing
Pill that's easily swallowed
Post decorations on four-posters
Praiseworthy
Prefix with function
Prestigious London hotel
Pricey appetizer
Pro ___
Queen's servant, maybe
Recommendation
Rejected as unworthy
Republic once known as Dahomey
Resort region near Barcelona
San ___ (San Francisco suburb)
Screamer at a crime scene
Self-satisfied
Sierra ___
Singer Washington
Singer who played herself in 'Ocean's Eleven'
Slang for a 3-Down
Sneaker material
Some pop-ups
Something to draw
Stomach
Stop worrying
Struck down, old-style
Suffix with favor
Suitable for
Surface films: Var.
Surname of two signers of the Declaration of Independence
Tag in an antique store
Take part in
The Great Lakes' ___ Locks
Unaccented syllable
Units of fineness
Vein contents
Venerated image: Var.
Very noticeable
Wow
Yellow poplar
___ Cube
___-Japanese War

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