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New York Times crossword of September 29th, 2009 other clues
'But of course!'
'Evil Woman' band, for short
'Just kidding!'
'That feels so-o-o good!'
'That is completely the wrong way!'
'___ and ye shall receive'
'___ first you don't succeed ...'
*Dangerously unpredictable sort
*Inviolable, as rules
*Likely to happen
Abbr. on an input jack
Add fuel to, as a fire
Ain't right?
Animation frame
Any Beatles tune, now
Big chipmaker
Bill of fashion
Blood line
Bottom of a 40-Down
Bygone muscle car
Christmas carols
Clued in
Clueless ... or where the answers to this puzzle's starred clues were all first used
Collette of 'The Sixth Sense'
Coming-clean declaration
Commercial prefix meaning 'low price'
Conquistador's quest
Cost-of-living stat.
Cousin of a foil
E.R. hookups
Entrance to a bay
First month in Mexico
Fishing line holder
Get around
Harold who directed 'Groundhog Day'
Healthful claim on labels
Insurgent group
Irish Rose's beau
It may be cocked or cupped
Joint: Prefix
Last choice on a questionnaire
Luggage inspection org.
Marketers' 'language'
May and June, but not July
Monk's title
Morning hrs.
Moth-repellent closet material
Nasty habit
Nay sayers
Noon, on a sundial
Old 'Up, up and away' carrier
One of five different ones in 'sequoia'
Osprey's claw
Photographer Leibovitz
Prefix with center or cycle
Private eye's project
Roster at the Oscars
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, e.g.
Scene from a summit
Set the pace
Show the ropes
Sleuth, slangily
Summation symbol
Take a breath
They're on your side
Three-stripers: Abbr.
Triumphant cries
Visit with
War aid program passed by Congress in 1941
___ Boys' Choir
___ Krabappel of 'The Simpsons'

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