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New York Times crossword of October 19th, 2010 other clues
$10 bill enclosed in a Valentine card?
'I'll have another'
'Inka Dinka ___'
'Terrible' czar
'That's all there ___ it!'
'The Wizard of Oz' coward
'Tired blood' tonic
A sheriff may round one up
Be hooked on
Bit of Web video gear
Black, to bards
Blood bank supplies
Brings on a date
Cash-back deals
Cheer (for)
Cheesy sandwich
Condiment at Nathan's
Cowboy boot feature
Did some batiking
Dover ___
Edie of 'The Sopranos'
Give a makeover
Go hog wild
Has to
Having all one's marbles
Home, sweet home
Homeric epic
Homo sapiens
Homo vis-à-vis humans
Horatian creation
Hunter's garb, for short
In a bit, in poems
Join with a blowtorch
Kilmer of film
Left-handed Beatle
Like a good singer
Like a mud puddle
Loch Lomond local
Make changes in
Man-shaped mug
Mrs. Perón
Mynah bird, e.g.
Note from the boss
Noted tower site
One way to think or read
One-third of a strikeout?
Onetime colonial power in the Philippines
P, in Greece
Picnic intruders
Pioneering D.J. Freed
Religious council
Result of a governor's signing
Ricocheted, as a cue ball
Send by FedEx or UPS
Seventh day, in the Bible?
Sitar music
Sloppy joe holder
Slum vermin
Solemn vows
Statue of a post-W.W. II baby?
Tabloids twosome
Tasty mushroom
Term of address used by Uncle Remus
Thick carpet
Touch on
Trample underfoot
Truth stretcher
Unduly severe
Vintners' valley
Wearing a long face
Westernmost Aleutian
What a D.J. speaks into
What a roof is usually built on
Worker welfare grp.

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