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New York Times crossword of October 29th, 2004 other clues
Lake Kyoga locale
Less affected
Like some runs
Like some windows
Lined with crystals, perhaps
Marine aquarist's concern
Microsoft employee, e.g.
Mr. Miniver in 'Mrs. Miniver'
Musical sampler
Number finder
Omani money
Pivotal port in W.W. II
Pop star who was a 1990's Mouseketeer
Pteridologist's display
Quick look
Reply to 'That so?'
Rural expanse
Safety zone
Saw in a gym
Secants and cosecants
Sing the blues about
Social breakdown
Source of heavy timber wood
Spanish muralist
Stick with the beat?
Suburb of Paris
Suffix with Shakespeare
They're legends in their own minds
To date
Transplanted mariachi, maybe
Valuable veins
Warns maliciously
Where hailing isn't necessary
Where one can get the shakes
With: Abbr.
Work with a shuttle
___ price
Arrow application
'Peer Gynt' dancer
'You wish!'
A-to-Z, briefly
Actress Falco
Alternative to rhyme
Arrow shooter
Block-and-tackle work
Briefly unknown?
Bringing along
Cast out
Cheng-chou's province
Color TV pioneer
Company with a short track record?
Creator of many crime cases
Cry while swooning
El Al destination: Abbr.
Evening outcome?
Gets moving
Gets rid of
Goal for some seekers
Got into the habit, say
Have covered

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