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New York Times crossword of October 26th, 2010 other clues
'Be All You Can Be' group
'Caro nome,' e.g.
'Darn it!'
'Shake ___!'
'The Fountainhead' hero
'The Tell-Tale Heart' writer
1918 song girl whose name was sung with a stutter
2 or 3 on the Richter scale, maybe
2.5%/year interest, e.g.
Act like an overly protective parent
An OK city
Annual coronation site
Award won for 39- and 41-Across's programs
Breakfast place that's often open 24 hrs.
Brought into the world
Comparable (to)
Complete miss in basketball
Cook in a way, as tuna or beef tenderloin
Deals in a fantasy league
Duck, as a question
Employee discount, e.g.
Envoy's bldg.
Eric who played the Hulk in 2003
Fashionably old
Final Four inits.
Gambler's best friend?
Go by, as time
How a practical joke or a subway train may be taken
Informal reply to 'Who's there?'
Jane Austen meddler
Michael of 'Scott Pilgrim vs. the World'
Not straight
Object of loathing
Offered for breeding
Opposite of masc.
Organizer of the 1-/17-Across
Organizer of the 54-/65-Across
Peter of 'Casablanca'
Pi r squared, for a circle
Real comedian
Rodeo rope
S.O.S alternative
See 1-Across
See 54-Across
See 6-Across
Smog, e.g.
Song part
Supreme Court's sphere
Swiss river
Tampa Bay team
They are 3 ft. long
Throw in a few chips, say
To have, to Henri
Tolstoy's Karenina
Tony-winning Rivera
Troubadour's song
Uffizi display
Utah ski resort
White House fiscal grp.
Winner when heads loses
With 10-Across, sobriquet for Bill O'Reilly used by 39-Across
With 17-Across, event of 10/30/10
With 65-Across, event of 10/30/10
Wizards' and Celtics' org.
Wrestling duo
___ Mountains, Europe/Asia separator

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