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New York Times crossword of October 21st, 2005 other clues
'Grab ___!'
'I'll wait'
'___ sign!'
24-Down, across the Alps
50 Cent and others
A casino may have one
A fifth of quinze
Apply by repeated small touches
Book with 150 chapters
Brief bid
Checked out
Come before
Cone head?
Cry of accomplishment
Cuts off the back
Development area
Divider of Nebraska
El Alamein battle commander
Fluctuating fortunes
Free of excess matter
Galleria array
General ___ chicken
He prophesied the destruction of Jerusalem
Highest peak on Africa's west coast
Illegal firing
Impish expression of delight
Ireland's ___ De Valera
It has 720 hrs.
It has a bright side
Its chief town is Scarborough
Lama, e.g.
Newspaper div.
Novelist Barstow
One beginning?
One who handles stress effectively?
Opening words of the Beatles' 'We Can Work It Out'
Org. that provides R.V. hookups
Pa Clampett player on TV
Peruvian, e.g.
Pole, for one
Politely got rid of
Quinces, e.g.
Ramshackle residence
Reflexologist's target
Run smoothly
Seat of White Pine County, Nev.
Sphere, say
Stampede sound
Stowe slave
Suffix associated with accelerators
Table in old Rome
Tech stock option
They're sometimes stacked
Tile piece
Unlikely loser
Uses a tap, perhaps
Western ring
When two hands meet
Workshop of Hephaestus
You can bet on it

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