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New York Times crossword of September 3rd, 2017 other clues
'Don Juan' girl
'The Lady of the Camellias' author, 1848
'Works for me'
'___ iacta est' ('The die is cast')
'___ me?'
'___ we lucky?'
*Business bigwigs
*Celebrities working for the U.N., perhaps
*Certain photo poster
*It passes on some bits of information
*Law enforcer with the Coast Guard
*Philosopher who wrote 'Out of the crooked timber of humanity, no straight thing was ever made'
A little teary
Acronym for an acting/singing awards sweep
Actress Woodard
Adhere (to)
B'way buy
Big bang creator
Big instrument in electronic music, informally
Big seller of outdoor gear
Bounds
Bowfishing need
Bratty
Bring to a full amount
Browning vessels
Buffet heater
Call with a charge?
Cheese often served with olives
Cleveland athlete, familiarly
Closemouthed
Common Korean surname
Company known for combining expertise?
Constellation next to Corona Australis
Conversation fillers
Crooner with the autobiography 'It Wasn't All Velvet'
Crystal jewelry company with a swan in its logo
Davis of 'Thelma & Louise'
Diamond figures
Disposition
Do make-up work?
Dot on a screen
Draft status?
Early seventh-century year
Educator Montessori
Eleanor Roosevelt ___ Roosevelt
First phase
First sign of spring
Fox Islands dweller
Geniality
Golf's Slammin' Sammy
Grp. of people puttering around?
Gynecologist's concern
Hall-of-Fame Bruin
Handle in the entertainment industry
Happy event after a split?
Heat center of old?
Hebrew name meaning 62-Down
Home testing kit target
Hoppy quaff, briefly
In a mischievous manner
International fusion restaurant chain
Island nation that was once part of the Spanish East Indies
It helps keep things straight
Like a bogey
Lingo
Little bits
Little sucker?
Low-quality bank offerings whose acronym suggests stealthiness
Main force
Many a late-night cable show
Mastered, British-style
Mayhem
More decisive
Nat ___ Wild (cable channel)
O.R. figures
Ocasek of the Cars
Old Pontiac
One in 100: Abbr
One put in bed?
One suffering from numbness, maybe
One-third of a B-52 cocktail
Onetime Yankee nickname
Peevish
Penn State symbol
Person who's dreaded?
Pillow covers
Place for stars
Plants with bell-shaped blooms
Plays performed in shozoku robes
Pokémon card transaction
Poly- follower
Prefix with system
Presidents Taft, Ford, Clinton and both Bushes
Prince of ___
Publisher of the magazine America's 1st Freedom, for short
Really happening
Record collection?
Remain
Rooster displays
Seep through
Sex appeal ... or a hint to the answers to the six starred clues
Site of biblical destruction
Solar system model
Some patterned floors
Soviet ___
Start to call
Take responsibility for something
Tater
Ten or twenty
Things displayed by mannequins
Tie up quickly?
Tow truck
Tribe that gave its name to a state
TV producer Michaels
TV's NBA on ___
U.N. workers' grp
U.S.S. Missouri's resting site
Unadventurous
Unit of petrol
Utmost
Utter, as a sound
Very long spans
Very puzzled
Wacky tobacky, in part
War on Poverty prez
Washington newsmaker of 1980
Western city bisected by I-80
What the last letter of 107-Down stands for
What the Tower of London was for over 850 years
Word with crime or bar
You might pass one in a race
___ Bo (workout system)
___ Elise Goldsberry, 37-Across winner for 'Hamilton'
___ Jahan, leader who commissioned the Taj Mahal
___ Jorge (part of the Azores)

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