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New York Times crossword of October 22nd, 2006 other clues
Heavy hitters
Heavy-duty cleanser
Hebrew of old
Heckler's missile
Helgenberger of 'C.S.I.'
Henley who wrote 'Crimes of the Heart'
Henna and others
Hepburn, Garbo and Gable employer, once
Hera, to Persephone
Heroine of a Gershwin opera
Hieroglyphic figures
High points
Highway behemoth
Hits hard
Hockey game starter, often
Hollywood stars, e.g.
Homes, for some
Honks off, so to speak
Horse course
Hosp. readout
How sale goods may be sold
Howe who wrote 'Pride's Crossing'
Huntsville's home: Abbr.
Huxtable boy, on 'The Cosby Show'
Hymn pronoun
Hyperbola parts
Irish revolutionary Robert
It's often left hanging
Kind of family
'How exciting!'
'Citizen X' star, 1995
'Hallucinogenic Toreador' artist
'Haven't Got Time for the Pain' singer, 1974
'Here ___'
'Holy mackerel!' and others
'How was ___ know?'
'I ___ bad moon rising'
'Thanks, pal'
Actress Gardner
Ad ___ (how tariffs may be assessed)
Ann Landers, e.g.
Apostle who wrote 'Ye see how large a letter I have written'
Swim routine
Swing around
Tip of Manhattan
Trap contents
Utilizes fully
Very expensive contest prizes?
Vulnerable to fire
Where to find an eBay listing
Williams with a crown, once
___ Brazzi, star of 'South Pacific'
B. D. ___ of Broadway's 'M. Butterfly'
Bilingual Muppet
Bit of sch. writing
Carter of sitcomdom
Conforming to
County with the White Sands National Monument
Cousin ___ of 'The Addams Family'
Dept. store stuff
Diamond cutter?
Dirty coat
Drug once available under the commercial name Delysid
Emma player in 'The Avengers'
Even if, briefly
Fancy name appendage
First name in a dictionary
Florence is on it
Fooled around
Former high-tech co.
Further shorten, maybe
Go after, as a rebound
Had dinner at home
Haifa money
Hall-of-Fame catcher Carlton
Halmstad's locale: Abbr.
Hand cleaners at the dinner table
Hands down
Hands out, as homework
Hang loose
Hardy bulbs
Harvester ___
Heathrow sights, once
Leafy green
Leather sticker
Like non-oyster months
Macho way to fight
Masonry, for one
Mr. Big, e.g.
Name separator
Natty sorts
New York cardinal
Norse goddess of fate
Old atlas abbr.
Personae non ___
Phoenician fertility deity
Photog's image
Place for a duck
Plains native
Praise from a choir
Product label abbr.
Response: Abbr.
Rocky Mountains line
Seoul soldier
Series terminal
Small racer
Soldier's accessory of old
Some ducts carry them
Some HDTV's
Some score notations, for short
Staff note
Suffix with Ecuador

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