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New York Times crossword of September 27th, 2014 other clues
Atlantic City resort, informally, with 'the'
Aid in an uphill climb
Beat by a whisker
Beginning of a seasonal refrain
Bygone royalty
Canterbury's home
Challenge for defenders
Common cleaning scent
Country name pronounced by natives in two syllables
Country standard
Deep-sea explorer William
Early online forum
Easily passes
Eskimo wear
First Indian tribe to sign a treaty with the U.S. government
Game keeper?
Gray figures?
Guesstimate opening
Hand in hand
Having much at stake
High ranking?
Hike, e.g
Hole number
Hurtful outbursts?
Introductory ballet instruction
Israeli conductor Daniel
Listen here!
Measures of one's writing?
Mideast pops?
Military group
Name in 2000 headlines
Naval petty off
Old age
On the side
One N.B.A. All-Star Game team
One telling you where to get off, for short?
Only one U.S. prez has had one
Parade V.I.P
Rain forest rodent
Reacts to, as a nagging request
Shortstop Aybar who was a 2011 Gold Glove winner
Site of class struggles?: Abbr
Smoke without fire?
Song that ends 'O dolcezze perdute! O speranze d'amor, d'amor, d'amor!'
Spangle, say
Start of a weird infraction?
Start of an elimination
Straight talker's slangy phrase
Sushi offering
Time that little Susie is woken in the 1957 hit 'Wake Up Little Susie'
Tiramisu ingredient
What was once cool?
Whence the word 'alcohol'
Who said 'I have a wonderful psychiatrist that I see maybe once a year, because I don't need it. It all comes out onstage'
Words from a good buddy
Words of support from an organization
X or Y preceder
___ asada
'___ trifle!'

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