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New York Times crossword of October 26th, 2014 other clues
A case might be made for one
A whole lot
Acidity measures, informally
Address letters
Animal also known as a hog-nosed coon
Any ship
Arafat successor
Autobahn speed meas
Baja aunt
Banjoist Fleck
Be behind
Beer ___
Brackish water locales
By force
Certain marked-down item: Abbr
Chirpy greeting
Civil war president
Collection of marks, for short?
Cousin of ibid
Cue user, maybe
Day-care attendee
Diver's supply
Download alternative
Drug sold in microdots
Dutch financial giant
English city where the Magna Carta originated
Essential part
Female gametes
Flip ___
Form of digital communication?: Abbr
Getting just a slap on the wrist, say
18 or 21
'70s radical grp
'Siegfried,' e.g
'The Divine Comedy' division
'What ___?' (Mark Twain essay)
'___ sûr' ('Of course': Fr.)
3 x 3 x 3 container?
Good thing to hit
Google ___
Hall-of-Fame outfielder Roush
Hatfields or McCoys
Ideal world
Inc.'s cousin
It may be taken from the neck of a superhero
Jack on '24'
Latin dances
Latin law
Leader of ancient Ephesus?
Least taut
Like court testimony
Like some talent and emotions
Lila ___, Oscar winner for 'Zorba the Greek'
Lock up
Long-distance swimmer Nyad
March birthstone, traditionally
Martial artist Jackie
Mexico City sight
Missouri tributary
Missouri tributary
Mouth, slangily
North African capital
Not do well
NPR's Shapiro
Obsolescent summoner
One of the brands of Yum! Brands
Opponent of 14-Down, in sports
Opponent of 28-Down, in comics
Opponent of 3-Down, in Greek myth
Opponent of 49-Down, in film
Opponent of 64-Down, in the Bible
Opponent of 78-Down, in fable
Opponent of 86-Down, in games
Opponent of 9-Down, in classical literature
Ornamental pond feature
Park place
Part of a clown outfit
Part of many a silo
Pasta seasoner
Postpaid encls
Prefix with plunk
Product once pitched by Michael Jackson and Mariah Carey
Red topper
Relative of neo-soul
Reservation holder?
Reveal, poetically
Riboflavin, e.g
Rough track condition
Sardinelike fish
See 101-Across
See 14-Across
See 21-Across
See 22-Across
See 51-Across
See 60-Across
See 90-Across
See 96-Across
She, in Rio
Singer DiFranco
Stanley, for one
Start of a bear market
Steep slope
Subbed (for)
Sweetie pie
Take over
The 'L' of 'A = L x W'
The 12 of the Pac-12: Abbr
The works
The ___ City (New Orleans)
Tuna often served seared
Unusual diacritic used in Portuguese
Vice of Dorian Gray
W.W. II craft
Wave catcher?
What 'America' has four of
What fog might delay, for short
Where some 'K-I-S-S-I-N-G' is done
Where to emulate the locals, it's said
Windy City terminal code
Woodworker's vise
Yellow diner packet
___ fly
___ friends
___ Zion Church

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