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New York Times crossword of September 15th, 2006 other clues
'Good for life' sloganeer
'South Pacific' role
'___ put it another way …'
1970-72 CBS sitcom
Athletic assoc.
Belle ___ (Italian culture)
Big note
Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher Labine
Bygone cracker brand
Colette heroine
Come across as
Comment when something is over your head
Coverage provider, briefly
Dash part
Discord deity
Film director Vittorio
Flashlight alternative
Fox shelter
Gone, and never to return
Headache intensifier
Highly amusing
In need of a lift
In need of some color
Is left with
Is obviously happy
It covers the main points
It ended in 1806: Abbr.
It officially recognized Isr. in 1988
It's black and tan
Kind of inspection
Least bit of concern
Like some pools
Literary monogram
Marine flier
Nonparticipation declaration
Not much
Not straight up
Ones running things
Passage preventer
Passbook abbr.
Pitcher's prize?
President nicknamed Last of the Cocked Hats
Professeur's charge
Recipe direction starter
Recitation accompanier
Robert of Broadway's 'My Fair Lady'
Rooster holder
Rooster holder, maybe
Short units, perhaps
Shut (up)
Some tributes
Sports supporter
Sulky racer
Time spent in a seat
Took place
TV component
Where to see many rams?
With nothing out of place
___-Neisse Line (border in Europe)

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