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New York Times crossword of September 4th, 2018 other clues
'Morning Edition' airer
Late playwright Simon
Rockne of Notre Dame fame
Vampire's telltale sign
Sauna sight
Common taxi destination
Vote in favor
Secure, as a ship
Musical Page
Coped, barely
Wall St. debut
Seize forcibly
Nascar additive
Department store that once famously put out catalogs
When Pac-Man and Rubik's Cube were popular ... or a phonetic hint for 17-, 23-, 37- and 48-Across
Seniors' org
Network showing 'Suits' and 'Mr. Robot'
Double agent
'Gotta go!'
Wiped out, as while skateboarding
Severe but short, as an illness
'What's ___ for me?'
One involved with a grand opening?
Earthen pot
'Now I see!'
Without bias
Sheds a ___ (24-Down)
One laying an egg
Enthused about
Word spoken before and after 'James'
Show with many notable alums
Film critic Roger
Words before 'old chap'
'Right now!,' to a surgeon
Gets emotional at a wedding, maybe
'Whether ___ nobler ...'
Pair of skivvies?
You love: Lat
Hesitant speech sounds
Snowman of song who's 'a jolly, happy soul'
Paving goo
[Over here!]
Hoity-toity sort
Snub-nosed dog
Pepsi, e.g
___ Claire, Wis
'You can say that again!'
In unison
Polite refusal
___ Lama
'You should know better!'
Respond to a stimulus
Italy, to Germany, in W.W. II
Pop music's Hall & ___
___ panel (rooftop installation)
Sporty Pontiacs of old
A lot of it is junk
Retouch a base after a fly-out
Just the way you see me
Star athlete, for short
Actress Thurman
Beef cut
Reject, as a lover
The idea that matter is composed of small, distinct components
Big department store in a mall, e.g
Capital due north of the northern tip of Denmark

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