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New York Times crossword of October 12th, 2009 other clues
52, in old Rome
Abigail of 'Dear Abby'
Adam's madam
Bar habitués
Bit of sunlight
Bobby who was #4 at Boston Garden
Broadway songwriter Jule
Center of a simile
Certain bridge positions
Change the price on at the store
Charles Nelson ___, longtime 'Match Game' panelist
China and environs, once, with 'the'
Chinese 'way'
Citi Field player, for short
Classic theater name
Crush, with 'on'
Darn, as socks
Emperor after Nero
Exclamation before 'How cute!'
Filming locale
Good's opposite
Half of dos
Has left the office
Height: Abbr.
In the know
King beaters
Leave the band and strike out on one's own
Lenten treat
Likely result of pollution along a beach
Make equal, as the score
Make equal, as the score
Martini go-with
Mel who was #4 at the Polo Grounds
Milan's home
Mount where Noah landed
Peach ___ (dessert)
Piece of luggage
Point on a 13-Down
Postpone, with 'off'
Prefix with economics
President before Wilson
Ram's mate
Really digs
Receptacle for some donations
Says 'Come on, try harder!,' say
Sci-fi saucer
Sir Edward who composed 'Pomp and Circumstance'
Sound of crowd disapproval
Sting, in baby talk
The 'heel' of the Arabian Peninsula
Title bear of 1960s TV
Walk purposefully
Writing implement
___ Island (onetime immigrants' arrival point)
___ means (not at all)
'Made in the ___'
'It's so good,' in Paris
'Le Coq ___'
'You ___ wrong!'
'___ at 'em!'
'___ Marlene' (W.W. II song)
1910s-'20s flivver

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