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'What the ...?' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of September 9th, 2009 other clues
'Buenos ___!'
'It has come to my attention ...'
'Time ___ ...'
'What hath God wrought' sender
12-Down producer
1950s campaign inits.
99 of 'Get Smart,' e.g.
Adolph Ochs's newspaper: Abbr.
Allen and Coen
Arborists
Art show that might feature 'Fish Magic'
Ballot marker
Beats by a hair
Become full, as the moon
Big Cup maker
Buffer areas, briefly
Capitalism
Cause for an R rating
Colossus locale
Common command in Basic programming
Compose, in a way
Costa del ___
Cote call
Court V.I.P.: Abbr.
Disagree
Evian water
Find innocent
Fix firmly: Var.
For the most part
Former cabinet department
Get cozy
Giggle bit
Go like heck
Hubbub
Israel's Dayan
J. Lo title role
Jack Horner line ender
Jeanne d'Arc et al.: Abbr.
Key of Beethoven's Seventh: Abbr.
Key that might close a dialog box
Letters in a U.R.L.
Libertine of myth
Margaret Mitchell family
Mid first-century year
My ___, Vietnam
Nabokov novel
Nativity figure
O.R. figures
Quid pro ___
Recovered from
Renews, say
Roman Cath. title
Roused to action
Roy G. Biv part
See 32-Down
Slate or Salon
Smoked fare, for short
Some hook shapes
Some shoes ... and a feature of this puzzle's theme
Some touch screens, for short
Still-life pieces
Summer hours in Va.
Take three of three, say
Think, colloquially
Third-party account
Times Roman typeface feature
Town line sign abbr.
Tuneful Ford
U.S.N. junior officer: Abbr.
University of Oregon city
Unmerciful Athenian lawgiver
With 5-Down, ticket words
___ fats
___ Park, N.J.
___ Tomé and Príncipe (equatorial land)

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