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New York Times crossword of September 27th, 2002 other clues
'But thy ___ summer shall not fade': Shak.
Angling equipment
Arena accrual: Abbr.
Certain monitor: Abbr.
Cohabitant, to the Census Bureau
Colonial diplomat Deane
Contemporary of Voltaire
Denver university
Diminutive suffixes
Distant energy source
Dorm V.I.P.'s
Drives away
Get on the line
Goes to the other side
Good places for basking
Having not yet made the cut?
He played Mr. Magoo in 'Mr. Magoo'
His final film was 'Hanging Up'
Hobby shop purchase
Home of the Western Hemisphere's tallest hotel
Home to many techs
International carrier
Isn't apathetic
It has disks
It may be chased by its owner
It may be nav.
Its appeal is in creasing
July 1944 attack site
Kind of soda
Kind of tax
Like ghostwriters
Like influential speakers, often
Little, in Lille
Loose, in a way
Many records
Mike's 'Wayne's World' co-star
Mr. Pim's creator
Not start all at once
Noted 1982 computer start-up
Ones with iron hands
Places for salves
Preceded, with 'in'
Rare delivery
Running mates?
Saxon foe
Sharif's relative
Short, as a report
Showy shooter
Sitcom souse
Site of many military parades
Some kick targets
Some tight jewelry
Stout woman?
They work at a high rate
Title girl of a 1957 Dale Hawkins hit
Turner in a subway
Unoriginal work
Wrap for some parties

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