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New York Times crossword of October 17th, 2008 other clues
About whom Churchill purportedly said 'A modest man who has much to be modest about'
Ancient Romans
Attend to, as a loose shoe
Behave cravenly
Bitingly sarcastic
Closet hangings
Coffin nail
Curaçao flavoring
Delivery professionals?
Equatorial Guinea's capital
In the buff
Integration that exceeds the sum of its parts
Isn't strict enough, say
It deserves to be condemned
James in many westerns
Joust participants
Like paintings in progress
Los Angeles County's ___ Beach
Meaningless talk
Milky and iridescent
Most valuable, possibly
Nickname for a cheater in the Oklahoma land rush of 1889
Not behind the defenders
Of the north wind
Offbeat Parisian tourist sites
Oil-rich peninsula
Organic compounds used as solvents
Passes, as time
People of much experience
Plant family that includes the hibiscus
Price holder
Ready to go, you might say
Semitic fertility goddess
Servant in a cause
Sherlock Holmes story not by Conan Doyle, e.g.
Showing the most wear and tear
Singapore lies just off its tip
Skin soother
Special announcer
Splits with one's beloved
Swamp flora
They offer rates for automobiles
Things that talk in sch.?
Thinks the world of
Topmost optic in a microscope
Town that Wild Bill Hickok was marshal of
Uses a key, perhaps
What boosters boost
Winner over the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXI
___ of Aquitaine, Henry II's wife

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