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New York Times crossword of October 19th, 2005 other clues
'Nova' network
'The heat ___!'
1941 Cary Grant tearjerker
1996 Madonna role
2, to 1/2
Accidental occurrence
Backpack item, maybe
Big D.C. lobby
Black key
Brainstormer's cry
Bundle up
Butting heads
Cabinet dept. since 1965
Caesar's end?
Capek play
Cause of weird weather
Church part
Circle meas.
Court ploy
Deal with commercially
Emergency ___
Evoking an 'eh'
Fit to serve
Flipper, e.g.
Got by
Haberdashery stock
He said 'Knowledge is power'
He-Man's toon sister
Host of an annual convention attended by publishers: Abbr.
Hot spot
Hut material
Indo-___ languages
It may have periods
It touches the Gulf of Bothnia
Letterhead feature
Lie atop
Like a rare baseball game
Lot sights
Master hand
Measure of a company's dominance (and a literal hint to 17-, 28-, 36- and 45-Across)
Musician Brian
Not fresh
One kicking oneself
Part of VISTA: Abbr.
Pellets, e.g.
Poetic contraction
Poodle, perhaps
Public-house offering
Record collection
Recovered from
Retin-A treats it
Rope fiber
Rotten to the core
Some drops
Speed (up)
Spending restraints
Startled cries
Stick together
Struggling, as a pitcher
Tel. no. add-on
The Velvet Fog
Time to get back to work, maybe
Tolkien creature
Up to, quickly
W.W. II spy org.
When wadis fill
Where 'besuboru' is played
With all one's heart
Without support
___ de France

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