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New York Times crossword of October 6th, 2002 other clues
'... ___ he drove out of sight'
'A Chapter on Ears' writer
'Dies ___'
'Eternal Spring' sculptor
'I Still See ___' ('Paint Your Wagon' tune)
'The Silence of the Lambs' director
'To ___ deeply is to live afresh': Thoreau
'Venus of Urbino' painter
'What's ___ you?'
1994 Shirley MacLaine title role
Actor Willie of 'Eight Is Enough'
Alternative to 'Saludo'
Arezzo's river
As soon as
Bakery stock
Be candid
Bel ___ cheese
Big cut
Black Knights of college sports
Bldg. contractor's hire
Blockheaded lover has an accident on a rural road
Boorish boarder regretted scuttlebutt
British title
Browning piece
Bungle, with 'up'
Buzzing about
Cartoon Mr.
Chou En-___
Clergy member
Clothing retailer since 1969
Collins's style permeates estate
Commando weapons
Compete in the Winter Olympics, maybe
Computer offerings
Conducting sites
Cord fiber
Dance, e.g.
Depressed Dvorák was spendthrift
Dept. of the Treasury dept.
Diminutive suffix
Dividend, mathematically
Engage in frenzied concert activity
European peak
Factory machinery, e.g.
Festive event
Figure skater Protopopov and others
Football stats: Abbr.
Former British protectorate
Fugard's 'A Lesson From ___'
Gave the O.K.
Gets down
Given by word of mouth, as evidence
Group of strings, maybe
H, to Herodotus
Hard conditions
Hide-hair connector
Indonesian tourist destination
Journalist Joseph
Jump at a noise, e.g.
Kind of test
Kind of trip
Kingdom east of Babylonia
Large number
Last Spanish king before Juan Carlos
Late rocker Ramone
Like the words of Jesus
Literary monogram
Luca ___, 'The Godfather' henchman
Maker of Twix and Starburst
Merchant recognized animal in the basement
Meter maid of song
Metz Mrs.
Most insincere
NBC's former owner
Not only that but also
Novelist Caleb
November dish
Observant one
Obtained: Fr.
Off-Broadway's 'The Beauty Queen of ___'
Old Soviet secret police org.
One watching for traffic
One way to sing
Paris rival
Period of years
Pioneering Dadaist
Poet's contraction
Prefix with linguistics
Producer of sweet messages?
Quarterback's call
Ring leader?
Rome-to-Athens dir.
Rotating piece
Salt-___ (rap trio)
Shake up
Six months from julio
Small amounts
Soccer stat
Some Dodges
Some jazz
Spring site
Star turn
Start of a French oath
Step on it
Talk of Toledo
Toni Morrison book
Two-time Oscar-winning director Frank ___
Victim in a 1932 mystery novel, with 'the'
W.W. I battle site
Went downhill
Where William the Conqueror is buried
Williams of 'Happy Days'
Wray of 'King Kong'
Zest producer
___ the way
___-Novo (Benin's capital)

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