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New York Times crossword of September 4th, 2004 other clues
Set equipment
Sharjah or Fujairah
Social bungler
Sophisticates' opposites
Spanish rice ingredient
Telephonic timesaver
Theologian who wrote 'Sic et Non'
They come in shots
They come to terms for terms
They work with stars
'Do I dare believe that?'
'Li'l Abner,' once
Tiler's job
Annual athletic award
Try to get
What's left
Where the 2000 World Series ended
Without wavering
Works against
Yellow-flowered shrubs
Book of Judges villainess
Big barrel
Brat Pack actress
Buy and sell
Dim bulbs
Doctors have them
Electrical tower structure
English actress Winwood
Feature of some chili
Fictional character with the female slave Morgiana
First name in a Poe poem
Had to be paid, say
Hair line
It might hang over your head
Kickers' aids
Kind of job
Kitchen pests
Lacking support
Land on the Red Sea
Least likely to be pinned down
Lift up
Like objects dipped in liquid nitrogen
Looked after
Lord who said 'Absolute power corrupts absolutely'
Make waves?
Maker of Robusto! sauce
Milky Way feature
Narcotic similar to morphine
New Hampshire town south of Hanover
Newcastle Browns, e.g.
One who puts you in your place?
Point in an ellipse
Political functions

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