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'The Boy Who Cried Wolf' writer crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of October 18th, 2006 other clues
Practice lexicography
Proceeded
Punch line to 'What's the longest sentence in the English language?'
Put (up)
Radio part
Rink move
Sells
Some conifers
Tablelands
Tour de France, e.g.
Vagabond
Vermont ski town
Was a parasite
Weekend TV staple since '75
White House fiscal grp.
Wonder
Yens
Young Darth Vader's nickname
Yowl
___ studies (modern college major)
*'My Three Sons' housekeeper
'Back in Black' rock band
'Jungle Book' star, 1942
'Paride ed ___' (Gluck opera)
'To a Waterfowl' poet
*Amorous alcoholic in 'The Philadelphia Story'
*Brer Rabbit taleteller
*Chekhov title character
*Figure in a star-spangled hat
*Mr. Television
*Old Texas rice grower of note
*One of TV's Addams family
*Title fellow in a 1971 #1 McCartney hit
100-lb. units
12-point type
1941 Stanwyck/Fonda comedy, with 'The'
1960's TV hit … whose last word completes the answers to the nine starred clues
About a yard, at Scotland Yard
Actress Lindsay
Any thing
Big mouth
Big rig
Bio 101 subject
Blood type syst.
Blue-pencil
Boxer Laila
Brings home
Brood (over)
Cabernet, e.g.
Christopher Robin's creator
County north of Limerick
Dilute
Diner cuppa
Displays 1-Down
Driver, e.g.
Egg
Essential
Feds
Garden party?
Hail
Has ___ with
High point of a European trip?
High-flier's org.?
Hombre's home
Inadequate
Incessantly
It hangs under the chin
Jacob's brother
Lights-out signal
Locale of 1869's Golden Spike
Major employer in Detroit
Online chortle
Open, as a toothpaste tube
P, to Plato
Pace
Part of a boast of Caesar
Phillips ___ Academy
Plowers
Polio vaccine developer

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