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New York Times crossword of September 10th, 2009 other clues
'Mona Lisa,' e.g.
'Quién ___?' (Spanish 'Who knows?')
'Where's ___?'
'___ salute!' (Italian drinking toast)
Actress Anderson
Actress Charlotte
Actually
Aired
AOL, e.g.
Asia's ___ Sea
Ball catcher
Bartender's announcement
Big-screen beekeeper
Bravo follower
Bush solicitor general Theodore
Chaney of horror
Chip ___, whom many consider the greatest cash game poker player of all time
Circular seal
Claire's boy on 'Lost'
Cloud nine
CNBC host ___ Regan
Composition of a 30-Down
Easy shot
Fictional governess
First number in a record
First: Abbr.
Football formation
Friendliness
Geographical finger
Get checkmated
Half a ring
Herringlike catch
Honda division
Individual retirement account, e.g.
Lago composition
Last name in mystery
Literary inits.
Memphis's locale
More nervous
Must, with 'to'
Narrowly, after 'by'
Nixon interviewer
Not pro
Old bridge expert Culbertson
Olympic sport since 1964
On ___ track
Pain
Pain
Parks and others
Pie-in-the-face giver or receiver
Pintos, e.g.
Place to get a 47-Across
Player on the 1979 N.B.A. championship team, for short
Portly pirate
Prefix with port
Raptor's roost
Remnants
Rod's partner
Sci-fi awards
Scottish refusal
Shoe part
Small groove
Smirnoff competitor
Some sweepers sweep them: Abbr.
Somewhat overdone
Stand for something?
Sweat ___
Theme of this puzzle
They're located behind the ears
TV's Houston and Dillon
Vert.'s opposite
Voice of Scar in 'The Lion King'
Work for a certain therapist
Zero ___
___ ease
___ Island
___-turn

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