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New York Times crossword of October 31st, 2004 other clues
Sot's sound
Spectral image
Star followers
Start of Massachusetts' motto
Store restriction
Stradivari's teacher
Stuart monarch
Subject of much praise
Sufficient, informally
Suffix with oct-
Third piece
Thrice uno
Tom, Dick and Harry
Track event?
Trash talk?
Troop grp.
Tufted tweeter
Under cover?
Untackled players?
What a sphere lacks
What one gets from the hot dog vendor when paying with a $5 bill?
Where a do is done
Where the Danube ends
Who we are
With 86-Down, 2002 British Open winner
Words before ghost or doctor
Work done to scale
World Service provider
___ ten (long odds)
1986 #1 Starship hit
1990 Broadway one-man play
1997 Aaliyah hit 'The One ___ My Heart To'
2-Down reader, right now
33-Down output
60's campus grp.
A stone may have one
Arctic gull
Associated with
Aware of
Babysitters' charges
Basic learning, for short
Beforehand: Abbr.
Bids one club, e.g.
Breeder's interest
Carpet type
Cause of wrinkles
Certain side dishes
Chair filler
Chicago-based critic
Child's puzzle
Connected two computers, say
Cuts carbs, maybe
E and G, e.g., in D.C.
Easily bribed
Monkey Trial defendant, 1925
More fit
Most popular beer brands at the concession stands?
Mukluk attachments
N.Y.S.E. listings
Name on many a children's book
Not allow
Of lesser size
Old 'Up, up and away' sloganeer
One evidently not filing a flight plan
One in 100: Abbr.
One who flies south in the winter
One with a pole position?
Ones on a bench together
Overseas whistle blower
Part of E.S.T. : Abbr.
Payments made before a deal is completed
Picks at random
Platinum blonde cheerleaders?
Politico Kefauver
Prize money
Roman imperator
Rule barring players from dating cheerleaders?
Russian export, familiarly
Rx prescribers
Sea inlet: Var.
See 29-Down
Singer Baker or Bryant
Sinker's call
Snacks packaged in trays
Some fancy footwork
Some pats
Element #5
Été reading
Eye part
'And if that weren't bad enough ...'
'..., ___'
'Halloween ___' (1983 flick)
Fits snugly
Flout the Volstead Act
Fresh from the oven
Geezers' interjections
Gland: Prefix
Hägar creator Browne
Having four parts: Prefix
Head warmer?
Home of Al-Azhar University
Home viewers' HDTV's?
Horror maven Craven
Hosp. workers' org.
How one must win in volleyball
It's murky
Jousting contests
Jul. 4 happening
King of comedy
Large decks
Laugh syllable
Lend ___
Like most bicycle tires
Lodge sign
Longtime record label
Loose, as stones
Manage, with 'out'
Many ages
Marineland performer
Mesabi Range wealth
Mo who unsuccessfully ran for president in 1976
Molokai colonist, once

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