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New York Times crossword of September 5th, 2004 other clues
Dressed to the nines
Easily-scratched mineral
Employer of speakers
Flagstaff-to-Tucson dir.
Foe of Kit Carson
Foreign policy grp.
Former Philippine leader
Fragrant liquids
Geezers' queries
Geishas draw them
Gold medalist Lipinski
Grazing land
Grp. with forces
Hot torrents
How far dictionaries go
Humane org.
It keeps an eye on TV
It may be shaken by a court
Kerry's locale: Abbr.
Keyed up
Kind of traffic
Korean-American author Chang-___ Lee
Kvetches, maybe
Last Supper item
Law enforcement hqrs.
Lead-pipe cinch
Letter amount
Literary inits.
Lou Gehrig's disease, for short
Major civic bldgs.
Manhattan, e.g.: Abbr.
'Well, look ___!'
'What a shame'
Rapper Tone-___
'You don't say'
Section at Blockbuster
'___ off?'
Several periods
1920's-40's Yankees manager Barrow and others
Skater Cohen
Skier's pull
Slide used with a dress shirt
A, in Morse code
Actress Lena
Sport with masks
Allow to see
Anatomical passages
Approach quickly
Style for Eubie Blake
Subway purchase
Bar container
Syrian president
Below the surface
Take, at a concert
Tallinn native
Breath-losing sound
The copy-room worker brought ...
Buckingham Palace inits.
The financial analyst brought ...
By the clock
The mailroom clerk brought ...
Cagney's TV partner
The network technician brought ...
Calendar abbr.
The office supply manager brought ...
Cause of much bellyaching?
The packaging supervisor brought ...
Cemetery sights
The secretary brought ...
City along the Finger Lakes
The software installer brought ...
Colony member
They feed the kitty
Comedian Philips
Throw out
Common cartoon tattoo
Ticks off
Company with a duck in its ads
TV diner owner
TV schedule inits.
Daughter of King Minos
Wash. State's Sea-___ Airport
West Coast fossil find
Where Douglas MacArthur returned, famously
Dish eaten with a spork
Wild land in Africa
Drainpipe part
'... goes, ___ go'
Mideast's Gulf of ___
Mil. honors
Millionaires' 'toys'
Mint, e.g.
Monopoly foursome: Abbr.
Mrs., in Mallorca
N.Y.C. airport
Note on a Chinese menu
Noted 26-Across brand
Now, to Nino
Often-followed car
One on a PT boat, maybe: Abbr.
One thing to consider
One who keeps changing rooms
Ones doormen recognize
Ones who think too much
Org. whose annual convention many authors attend
Overwhelm, at a comedy club
Part of a bid
Parts of some plots
Pile maker
Port on a lake of the same name
Prince Valiant's love
Put another way
Raison d'___
Rap sheet listing
___ corpus

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