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Novelist Carr crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of September 1st, 2004 other clues
Ex-D.C. baseballers
Famous 'hostess with the mostest'
Fancy marbles
Feels punk
Fertility goddess
Forum greeting
Frank holder
Gospel writer
Hera's mother
Holiday visitor, maybe
HOV lane users
Iris's place
It's inert
Key material
Kitchen flooring, for short
Like a Hail Mary pass
Ludwig Mies van der ___
Mao's successor
Peace Nobelist Ducommun
Plum Nascar position
Ponzi scheme, e.g.
Poor Richard's Almanack item
Prefix with arthritis
Prefix with god
Put away
Reveals, in verse
Rough tool
Rx amts.
Scarecrow's composition
Seasonal air
See 27-Down
Skips over
Socially challenged sort
Sporty car, for short
Spymaster's worry
Survey map
Triathlete's need
Trim, in a way
Veg out
Viking's deity
Ward of the screen
Western necktie?
Wipe out
With 45-Across, noted Arctic explorer
Wolf's look
Woodstock phenomenon
___ Department
Alistair who wrote 'Ice Station Zebra'
'Duck soup!'
'You gotta be kidding!'
1950's political initials
2000 N.B.A. M.V.P.
50's car features
Author Clancy
Bar order, with 'the'
Barbecuer's buy
Baseball's Blue Moon
Bellicose god
Berlin boulevard
Brought up
Bubble wrap sounds
Chinese dynasty name
Classic soft drink
Crashing sort
Cream was one
Derby place
Dish cooked in a pot
Dry out, informally

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