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New York Times crossword of October 13th, 2003 other clues
'Where the heart is'
+, mathematically
-459.67°F, scientifically
All there
Aquatic bird
Artist Picasso
Author ___ Easton Ellis
Baseball's Griffey
Brando's wail in 'A Streetcar Named Desire'
Builder's plans, informally
Capp and Capone
Circle or square
Components of molecules
Draw an outline of
Early Peruvians
Emulated 007
Family room
Fashion designer Ralph
Fruity pastry
Go to waste
Holds, as a hand
Hours-long film, perhaps
Inviting odor
Irish native
Like howls in a haunted house
Mad Hatter's drink
Manor and its grounds
Many a parent/child bedtime ritual
Military sch.
Montezuma, for instance
More hazardous, as winter roads
Move, as a plant
Negative conjunction
Not so good, as an excuse
Notes after dos
Order between 'ready' and 'fire'
Order to attack, with 'on'
Oui's opposite
Prudential rival
Put new ground cover on
Put on TV
Ruby or Sandra
Sign of injury
Silent star Bow
Sis's sib
Six-sided game piece
Skater Thomas
Snoopy, for one
Sock part
Sophia of 'Two Women'
Spanish gold
Start of a prohibition
Steel plow maker
Sticky pine stuff
Storied royal elephant
Suffix with switch
Suit accessory
Swashbuckling Flynn
Tangled up
The Bee Gees, e.g.
The Empire State's capital
The, grammatically
Tumbled like a waterfall
Unreturnable serve
Wipe clean
You might connect them
___ avis

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