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New York Times crossword of October 14th, 2018 other clues
Go on and on
When doubled, dismiss out of hand
Hosp. readout
Goals
Grammy winner Mary J. ___
Whiz
Image on the ceiling of la chapelle Sixtine
Who you really are
Hammarskjöld once of the U.N
Word repeated in the openings of 'Star Wars' movies
Impersonate
He's often pictured carrying an hourglass
Info in dating profiles
Work (up)
Is for all intents and purposes
___ Marino
Island greetings
___ Mode, woman in 'The Incredibles'
Isolated hill
___ Page, the Queen of Pinups
It comes just before a period
___ school
It might result in a defensive TD
___-nest
It's a trek
Kind of number not much seen nowadays
Krazy ___ of the comics
Largest active Antarctic volcano
Laughs and laughs
Like albino alligators
List-ending abbr
Little 'un
Low voices
M->F->M, e.g
Many a Snapchat posting
More smoky, as Scotch
More villainous
Narcissist's quality
Natural gas component
Novelist McEwan
O.K. to play, in a way
Obsession with a single subject
Officials in ancient Rome
Old Buick
Old vacuum tube
Ominous sight at a beach
One of 26 for Walt Disney
One of academia's Seven Sisters
One of the first birds released by Noah after the flood, in legend
Attacked
Onetime White House family
Operating system developed at Bell Labs
Aviary sound
Penalties for illegal bowls in cricket
Bead source
People vis-à-vis gods
Big name in speakers
Polling calculations
Pop-up site
Bills
Bird in a holiday song
Praise for a picador
Bird named for a Titan
Provisions
Blandishment
Bone connection with convex and concave fittings
Scale site
Secondary loan signer
Catch
Cheerleader's cheer
Show overuse, as a sofa
Classic Pontiacs
Small matter
Classic work whose 'shorter' version comes in two vols
Spill coffee on, maybe
Common filler words
Standout
'Despicable Me' protagonist
Common filler words
Corroded
Strand
Suit that's hard to get into
Cosmonaut Gagarin
Sunken ship sites
Country's McEntire
Supervillain in DC Comics
D.C. insider
Surround with light
'Black ___,' Georgia O'Keeffe painting at the Met
Daniel who wrote 'Flowers for Algernon'
'If you are always trying to be ___, you will never know how amazing you can be': Maya Angelou
Suspect statements?
'I'm begging you, let's not play that game!'
Densest natural element
Synchronized states
Dress (up)
Take over
'I've finally decided! I'm ...'
End-of-week cry
Taurus or Touareg
'It ___' ('Who's there?' reply)
Ewoks or Jawas, in brief
They may have attachments
'Looking to go somewhere?'
Fix, as a model plane
They vary from past to present
'My sincerest apologies, but that game is off the table'
Flavorful meat coating
They're shared among friends
'No, that game would be over in a flash'
Things needed in passing?
'Of course!'
Fleet
French city grid
Travel option for Birthright trips
'We can't play that game - I can't reach it on our shelf!'
Frida Kahlo, por ejemplo
Turn's partner
'We can't play that game unless we borrow someone else's'
Full of broodiness, say
Turning point in history
1996 Robert De Niro/Wesley Snipes psychological thriller
General ___ chicken
Tyrant Amin
Actor's honor, informally
Get-go
Aesop's 'The ___ and the Grasshopper'
Apply haphazardly
Go bad
Unearth
Antinuclear treaty topic
Vessels seen in 2004's 'Troy'
What's plucked in 'she loves me, she loves me not'

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