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Premier Sunday crossword of September 9th, 2012 other clues
Highly ionized gases
More dreadful
Gourmand
Opera house in Milan
"Uncle!"
Dispositions
Cushioned footstool
Movie director — B. DeMille
Long-running comic strip
Start of a riddle
Mattress company
Yes, to Henri
Prefix meaning "egg"
Miami Heat's org.
Riddle, part 2
Volcano in the N. Cascades
Fed. air monitor
Blood lines
Riddle, part 3
Riyal earners
Simian beast
"You — big trouble!"
Additionally
"Last one — a rotten egg!"
Arrangement
Cookie-selling gp.
Eyebrow, e.g.
Riddle, part 4
Poor marks
Arachnid trap
Last leftover
"— boy!" ("All right!")
Unusual
Positive-thinking pastor Norman Vincent —
Poetic P.M.
Took pains
Riddle, part 5
Fabled man?
Ox of Tibet
Least sparse
End of the riddle
Viral misery
Pal, to Henri
Hip '60s type
Musty
Riddle's answer
Most chichi
Insults
City WSW of Richmond
Tennis great John
Pivotal point
Person making a bid
Forgives
Affirmative replies
Roof channels
Tilling tools
Shaping tool
"Swinging on —"
Actor Bakula
"— mia!"
Jai — (sport like handball)
Warbled
Declaration
"No need to explain"
Well-to-do
1960s pop singer Sands
Depend (on)
Alternative to escarole
Tetralogy ender
Tilting type: Abbr.
Rubik's —
Pope after Gregory XI
Christianity, e.g.: Abbr.
Suffix with Brooklyn
Christmas or Easter: Abbr.
Rocky hilltop
Movie rat
Pack-toting equine
T-men, say
Bit of a titter
Cruellest mo., to Eliot
Novelist Janowitz
Kitchen heat source
Rent out
Mates of pas
Coached
Leapt
IRS visits
Jewish deli snack
Not too difficult to pronounce
"— -daisy!"
— four (small cake)
Embattled forest in World War I
Turf anew
Cars such as the Rio and Soul
Interval of three whole steps
Books with a 6x9-inch size
Surprised cries
Say "#@%!"
Seventh Greek letter
"Me and Bobby —" (#1 hit for Janis Joplin)
Houston ball club
Hoo-ha
Washstand pitcher
See 83-Down
Have a meal at home
— platter
"Only Time" singer
Some Fr. martyresses
New newt
Foldable bed
With 70-Down, North Carolinian's nickname
Aprés- —
B-F linkup
TV alien
Grig or elver
Speak like Porky Pig
Leno took his place
Is theatrical
— and vigor
Materialize
Throws lightly
Altar reply
Golf club part
Core belief
Cherish
Los Angeles NBAer
Ogling types
Rear
Architect Saarinen
Pale-faced
"Would — to You?" (1985 pop hit)
"Sister Act" sisters
Toad's kin
Vegan staple
Roadie's tote
EMI rival

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