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New York Times crossword of September 28th, 2014 other clues
Trees and shrubs
Uncontested basketball attempts
Unpredictable one
Valley girl's filler
Vatican City, vis-à-vis Rome
Vincent van Gogh's brother
Warm way to welcome someone
Web starter
What a bachelor might do
Work units
Writer painted by Velàzquez
___ chi
___ Leslie, three-time W.N.B.A. M.V.P
___ Watts, English hymnist who wrote 'Joy to the World'
'CSI: Miami' actress
'Say what?'
'Fancy meeting you here!'
'Don't be ashamed'
'Guardians of the Galaxy' title characters, informally
'Wait, you can't possibly think ...?'
'___ Mine, All Mine' (1920s tune)
'___ of One's Own' (Woolf essay)
1975 Tony-nominated play about an extended affair
2007 purchaser of Applebee's
Activates, in computer lingo
All worked up
Architect Saarinen
Asia's ___ Sea
Baby ___
Bar jarful
Be profligate, say
Biblical brother
Bit of seaweed
Brand with a red arrow through its logo
Bygone potentate
Cav or Mav
Chief justice during the Civil War
Classic movie shot on Martha's Vineyard
Come back
Common slogan for a music radio station
Corkscrew-shaped pasta
Dead reckoning?
Driver's lic., e.g
Duck that nests in tree hollows
Earliest-born member of the Cartoon Hall of Fame
Early-millennium year
Egg: Prefix
Exxon Valdez, e.g
Flowing glacial feature
Gaza group
George Orwell and George Eliot
Get by
Gillette brand name
Go after
Go cheek-to-cheek with
Goddess of marriage
Goldman's banking partner
Good source of iron?
Hard to grasp
Historic figure with a reputation at stake?
Intro to science?
Irons, say
It has almost 4,000 miles of coastline
It might be at your fingertips
Justice Kagan
Kind of cavity
Kind of steroid
Langston Hughes poem with the lines 'They send me to eat in the kitchen / When company comes'
Like a good-sized estate, maybe
Like overtime periods vis-à-vis regulation play
Lustrous black
Mandible's counterpart
Millennials, informally
Nephew of Caligula
New home loan deal, in short
No one can drive in this
Not now
Not the main rte
Olympus OM-2, e.g
One picked out of a lineup, informally
Onion relative
Org. implementing the Protect America Act
Oscar-winning actor whose name is Italian for 'fishes'
Ottoman inns
Parsons of 'The Big Bang Theory'
Pituitary gland output, briefly
Pool stroke
Pre-Bill Hillary
Prefix with -scope
Prefix with correct
Private parts
Prop on 'The Bachelor'
Pub order
Put on ___
Radio host John
Reagan's challenge to Gorbachev
Rehnquist's successor on the high bench
Relative of a canary
Rockefeller Center statue
Shelfmate of Bartlett's, maybe
Sights at 127-Across
Skateboard jump
Small thing to burn
Some farms
Some smug comments
Spanish province
Sparkly topper
Stats for Aaron and Gehrig
Synagogue instrument
Taiwanese computer giant
Team of oxen
The Crossroads of the West
The natural in 'The Natural'
Throat problem

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