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New York Times crossword of September 17th, 2005 other clues
'... ___ the set of sun': 'Macbeth'
'Lord, is ___?': Matthew
'The Three Musketeers' actress, 1948
'___ quote ...'
1942 F.D.R. creation
48-Down resident
Aristophanes drama, with 'The'
Asceticism feature
Bite preceder
Booted, say
Cartoon pooch
Censor's list: Abbr.
Cornering challenges
Course error
Deli offerings
Doesn't go along
Exhibit artfulness
For anything
Former Platte River dwellers
Fort Bliss city
Geometric shapes
Get to go ... or make go
Hat-tipper, say
Hoover's vice president
Immodest Googling
Island with the volcano Mt. Liamuiga
Large predator
Like some transfers
Like some victims of the Vandals
Lyrical period
Makes eggs, in a way
Moray eel victims
Mountain West conference player
Much less
Narrow-sleeved garments
New York college founded by Franciscans
Paris-born painter Tanguy
Sch. in Stillwater
Science class: Abbr.
Science dealing with fungi
Series about the firm McKenzie Brackman
Shows a desire to get in
Sound uncertain
Soviet W.W. II foreign affairs commissar
Stick on a key?
Strategic W.W. I river
Subject of a museum in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Subject of Drumnadrochit village observation
Teenager of old comics
Ticked off, after 'in'
Trinity River city
Watched things
Went boldly
Wind or water
Wood sorrel genus

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