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New York Times crossword of September 3rd, 2016 other clues
'Dona ___ Pacem' (Latin hymn)
Alternative to Wi-Fi
Blow away
Bread and drink
Buddy from the block
Charlie Bucket's creator
Chess situation in which any move is a bad move
Courtroom activity
Directive that has some teeth to it?
Double-dipping, e.g
Dump, e.g
Engages in a bit of back-and-forth
First name in court fiction
Four-time All-Star third baseman of the 1960s-'70s
Free from faults
Give background information
Goddesses guarding the gates of Olympus
Historic institution on the Jubilee River
Hits with a big charge
Hopper full of dirt?
Key to the city, e.g
Lack life
Latin word on Missouri's state seal
Lib. arts major
Light shades
Like many roasted potatoes
Man-to-man alternative
Means of inheritance
Mediterranean pizza topping
Name-dropper's word
Nascar Hall-of-Famer Jarrett and others
Neighbor of Victoria: Abbr
Not one-sided, in a way
Not working
Old letters in the mail
One of Us?
One on the Lee-ward side?
Oversize hip-hop tops
Political writer/blogger Klein
Secluded spot
Second-largest body in the asteroid belt
Singer with the 1954 album 'Frontier Ballads'
Some sorority women
Something to get a spot out of?
Start to drift, say
Starting time?
They get picked up at clubs
Up until, in poetry
Utters unthinkingly
V feature
Visitors' announcement
Volunteer's place: Abbr
Wacky morning radio team

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