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New York Times crossword of October 23rd, 2010 other clues
'84 Charing Cross Road' author Hanff
'I'm gone'
'King Joe' composer
'You're doing it all wrong!'
'___ Love - not me': Dickinson
1969 Peace Prize grp.
2007 Best Picture nominee with a mythological name
Above or below preceder
Activity requiring three walls
Athlete stripped of a 1994 national title
Avian call
Binding agent
Campaign creations
Cause of many a split
Chat room annoyances
Chicken's comment
Circus tent raiser?
Climbers' goals
Conservative commentator Peggy
Couples' activity once considered scandalous
Deposit box?
Earnestly pursued things
Farm stirrer
Farmhands, at times
Fealty swearers
Fendi rival
Fire man?
Green goof
Guru's title
Heart recipient, perhaps
How someone may try
It's 'tachin' up' in a 1964 song
Lecithin source
Lemony dessert
Letter resembling an ox's head
Like a moonstone
Like baboons' eyes
Like overdramatic spoken-word versions of pop songs
Like some shirts
Many of his subjects were kings
Maximally kinky
Milk sources
Moved along slowly
Not excluded from
Not moved much
Old New Zealand natives
Part of a comparison
Part of a Latin succession
Part of Mauritius's coat of arms
Part of Scotland's coat of arms
Place of discreet punishment
Red lovers, perhaps
Sends up
Shell alternative
Side in a 1948 war
Something to get a round in
Subject of the 2008 book 'How to Break a Terrorist'
Territory in Risk
The Pineapple Island
They're plopped down
Tilting setting
Zebra zone

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