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New York Times crossword of September 26th, 2003 other clues
In distress
Bad audience response
'Little' ones from afar
1960-61 world chess champ
2000 film about a mission to Mars
Actress Bartok
Amana amenities
Britain's ___ Act of 1773
Business center: Abbr.
Came across
Candied dish
Checked the figures, maybe
Choirs may use them
Classicist Hamilton and others
Cremona artisan
Cut again
Diamond expert
Don't see other people, perhaps
Elephant grp.
Enumeration follower
Feature of some muscle cars
First name in 1858 debates
Former Likud leader
Geog. feature
Girl of Oz
Ground cover
Heal-___ (mint family members)
His twin tricked him
Land on the Red Sea
Like many a library book
Like some grapes
Lohengrin's love
Unwillingness to crow
Very scared person, perhaps
Wickiup, for one
Jackson Hole is near them
It may be blank
N.T. book
Name on a Chinese menu
Newbie, of sorts
No provincial
One preceder?
Ones charging reading fees?
Pen, say
Pole tossed in competition
Price abbr.
Put up
Readers of the Book of Moroni: Abbr.
Records one's arrival
Red Bordeaux
Reggae's ___-Mouse
Revolutionary hero
Rioters' quieters
She worked for Grant on 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show'
Some tales
Something that comes down hard?
Spare no expense
Start of an African capital
Suffix with symptom
Taking after
Till stack
Unit named for a physicist

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