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New York Times crossword of October 4th, 2007 other clues
'20 Hrs., 40 Min.' author, 1928
'No ___'
'The Waltons' actor
'___ flowing with milk and honey' (Canaan, in the Bible)
1972 Wimbledon winner Smith
38-Across, e.g.
Arctic newborn
Be hot under the collar
Blocked, as a harbor, with 'up'
Bridge topper?
Butcher's, baker's or candlestick maker's
California county
Catch on the range
Comparatively unconventional
Composer Khachaturian
Connection for an electric guitar
Detroit suburb named for the plants the area was once overgrown with
Disco guy on 'The Simpsons'
Dump, e.g.
Durango direction
Earl, for one
Egg on
Enterprise log entry
Event started by 38-Across
First name at the 1986 Nobel Prize ceremony
Florida island resort
Future senator who delivered the 2004 Democratic convention keynote address
Have a hand out, say
Intimidate, in a way, with 'down'
Kind of cheese
Korea's Syngman
Leading American in the 32-Down
Leading Russian in the 32-Down
NASA launch vehicle
New Mexico county or its seat
Newsmaker of October 4, 1957
Newsman Sevareid
Odist, e.g.
Once, once
One to one, e.g.
One with checks and balances?
Pack again, as hay
Parisian possessive
Paul McCartney played it for the Beatles
Personally handle
Pilgrim in Chaucer's 'The Canterbury Tales'
Prayer word
Realm of Proteus, in Greek myth
Record producer Davis
Result of a road emergency
Show pride, in a way
Shrovetide dish
Stallion's sound
Stein fillers
Suit material
Van ___
Victorian ___
W.W. II blast makers
___ patriae
___ Pi (dessert lover's fraternity?)
___ Rose

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