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New York Times crossword of October 17th, 2004 other clues
Responses of enlightenment
Results of a wrong turn, perhaps
Russian name meaning 'holy'
School pal, maybe
Sculptor ___ Lorenzo Bernini
Set foot (on)
Skin ailment
Somewhat, after 'of'
Stopped working, as medicine
Tidy up, in a way
To be, in Brest
Took everything from, with 'out'
Transition in logic
Traveler's aid
Web mag
Western artist Remington
What traffic cones may show
What Wordsworth did before he got hip?
Where the lion spared Androcles
Why water got diverted in the garden?
Word with beetle or movie
Working out well?
Workplace for Michelangelo
Young female marchers?
___ Sea (inland body of water)
'The sign of extra service' sloganeer, once
'A Lesson From ___'
'All gone,' for a tot
'Bed-in' participant, 1969
'Pagliacci' clown
'Sorry, no can do'
'Then what?'
'Thimble Theater' name
'What, again?!'
-: Abbr.
100 centesimi, once
140 British pounds
A caliph of Islam
Abbr. in a salutation
Alabama's state flower
Ancient Spanish kingdom
Answer sheet
Art ___ (7-Down genre)
Ball of string?
Banana oil, e.g.
Belgian river
Benevolent witchcraft
Bite for a bark beetle
Bridge problem
Bronze metal
Cultural breakdown
Denver summer hrs.
Diamond cutter's pace?
Dirt disher ___ Smith
Ear malady
Egg warmer
Ended a call in London
Ending with honor
Liking a lot
Loads of
Lord's workers
Mainz Mister
Make ___ (clench)
Milking a cow, e.g.
More than daze
More than high
Most like a bone
Native's opposite
Natl. Nutrition Mo.
Newsman Bradley and others
Nickname for a pushy priest?
Not so great
Obtained from milk
One in a booth, maybe
One-named artist
Oolong tea exporter
Park Ave. address part
Part of F.S.L.I.C.
Prefix with metric
Presider over banquets of those slain in battle
Prioritizing by army medics, e.g.
Quarterback's error: Abbr.
Quick note
Quick O.K.: Abbr.
Rap's Dr. ___
Ex-Dallas coach's daytime show?
Exhibition area
Falling star
Fellow's place
Fictional Jane
First name in fashion
Flirt, in old slang
For dieters, in ads
French door part
Games, games and more games?
Garden spot
Gentle blow
Giants on the sports page
Girl in 'The Gondoliers'
God, with 'the'
Goes down
Hanoi holiday
How to palm a card
Iciness and wetness?
In next to no time
In pigtails, e.g.
In unison
It may be cradled
It's a gas
It's a gas
Karel ___, writer who coined the word 'robot'
Knight in shining armor
Laird or thane?
Lavender, for one
Like brioche
Like one smitten
Liked a lot
Liking a lot

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