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New York Times crossword of September 26th, 2010 other clues
Name on 1952 campaign buttons
Normandy battle town
Not likely
Noted Bauhaus artist
One of the 12 tribes of Israel
Opening for an aspiring leader
Part of Q.E.D.
Peculiar: Prefix
Ph.D., e.g.
Place for a date, frequently
Pre-broadcast activity
President who said 'I'm an idealist without illusions'
Public knowledge
Rapper ___-A-Che
Relative of Manx
Romance of 1847
Same: Fr.
Ship locale
Shipwreck locale
Shopping locale
Some stakes
Spanish bruin
Specification in a salad order
St. Patrick's land
Suffix with lumin-
Susan who co-starred in 'Five Easy Pieces'
Tapers, briefly
Three-wheeled vehicle
Errand runners
Explosive trial, for short
Falls (over)
Fashion inits.
Fine and dandy, in old slang
First name alphabetically in the Baseball Hall of Fame
Fix, as a shoelace
Formerly, once
French noun suffix
Grab bag: Abbr.
Hard, boring efforts
Highly rated security
How things may be remembered
Hungarian city
In ___ (unborn)
Indian tourist city
It's like '-like'
Italian bell town
Just got (by)
Langston Hughes poem
Large food tunas
Last dynasty of China
Liechtenstein's western border
Links org.
List-ending abbr.
Melville's 'Billy ___'
Michael who once headed Disney
Homeric genre
Mid 12th-century year
Mil. leaders
More ___ enough
Hit computer game with the original working title Micropolis
'I don't give ___!'
'... ___ the queen of England!'
'And to those thorns that ___ bosom lodge': Shak.
'Cómo ___?'
'Don't give ___ lip!'
'Fer ___!'
'I'm innocent!'
'Idylls of the King' lady
'Mazel ___!'
'Next ...'
'The ___ Gave My Heart To' (1997 Aaliyah hit)
'There Shall ___ Night' (Pulitzer-winning Robert E. Sherwood play)
'This round's ___'
'___ Restaurant'
48th state: Abbr.
A lens fits in it
A wishbone has one
Actor Neeson
Actress Ward
Address part
As a friend, to the French
Barge ___
Bausch & ___ (lens maker)
Trust, with 'on'
Honey badger
U.S.M.C. barracks boss
Unit in measuring population density
When repeated, a resort near the Black Forest
Worker who may create a stir?
Writer/critic Trilling
You might wait for it to drop
___ Miss
Homeric hero
Bedouins' trait
Begins energetically
Beverage that may be foamy
Breast: Prefix
Caboose, for one
Came to earth
Carp or flounder, typically
Cause of thoughtlessness?
Certain engine
Certifies, in a way
Challenger astronaut Judith
Chief dwelling?
Cinch ___ (Hefty garbage bag brand)
Cinnamon tree
City chiefs
Cool, very red celestial body
Country singer Griffith
Dallas-to-Memphis dir.
Dark time, in verse
David Cameron, e.g.
Dead ends?
Didn't just pass
Dinner spreads
Directional suffix
Director Vittorio
Dog of old films
Dreadful feeling
Engine type

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