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New York Times crossword of October 8th, 2007 other clues
'... ___ after'
'Beats me' gesture
'Survivor' shelter
As a result of this
Basis of a suit
Bond villain
Carte start
Certain trout
Cheroot residue
Choice word
Classic blues musician
Consumed heartily
Crips or Bloods
Czech composer Antonín
Endless, poetically
Fast-food drink
Fatty treat for birds
Faux 'fro?
Feel nostalgia, e.g.
Filmdom's Close
First first lady
Follow everywhere
Fraternity P
Fraternity party setup
Game sheet
Gerund, e.g.
Gets corroded
Go up, up, up
Gofer's job
Goo in a do
Grazing ground
Ill temper
Laugh heartily
Lounge in the sun
Make sense
Makes 'it'
Most mournful
Most-wanted group for a party
Natural soother
Nontraditional chair style
Obey the coxswain
Octogenarian, for one
Omani, e.g.
On the lam
Part of r.p.m.
Patriarchal gorilla
Patronizes U-Haul, e.g.
Ph.D. thesis: Abbr.
Place for a hoedown
Plays for time
Pole tossed by Scots
Pond organism
Pulls the plug on
Put to work
Puts on
Rub out
Saw red?
Some red wines
The '35' in John 11:35
Think tank nugget
U-2 pilot, e.g.
Wall Street minimums
When repeated, cry by Shakespeare's Richard III
Wings it
Witty sorts
Woods or Irons
Work up

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