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Whence the line 'The True North strong and free' crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of October 9th, 2005 other clues
'Amen to that!'
'Give me another chance,' e.g.
'Hold on!'
'That was bad'
'The Simpsons' bartender
'You go, ___!'
'You're crushing the watch!'?
1-Down's state: Abbr.
1998 Sarah McLachlan hit
2000 Renée Zellweger title role
Aging Nintendo icon?
Aid in solving the disappearance of the Thin Man
Animal catcher
Asian capital
Astin of 'Lord of the Rings'
Author LeShan
Bank letters
Big name in antacids
Blue, perhaps
Blueprint detail
Brown family member
Bygone royal
Camera attachment, informally
Can opener
Captain of literature
Car dealers' offerings
Charlemagne's domain: Abbr.
Chin-ups and pull-ups develop them
City in 84-Down
Classic sports car
Collegiate Bulldog
Crypt cover
Danger for sailors
Danger for sailors
Director Kazan
Displayed fear
Domain of the goddess Tethys
Dr.'s order
Dwarf with glasses
First name in aviation history
Football stat.
Gas pump's place?
Gentlemen they're not
Go above and beyond
Go in all directions
Hall of Fame football coach Tom
Happy ___
Hardly thorough
Hardy character
Headed toward
Hit the links
Infrequent political event
Island settled by shipwrecked colonists in 1609
Israeli leaders?
It can be thrown from a horse
It has a giraffe mascot
It weighs on astronauts
Keep out
Keith Richards, e.g.
Latin 101 word
Let have it
Lines of praise
Lodge fellows
Make eyes at
Member of a blended family
Men and women
Mercury or Saturn
Milan's La ___
Monkey business
Moon of Uranus
Movie roll
Newton, e.g.
Not close gently
Old-fashioned education
One side of a debate
One that 'eats shoots and leaves'
Optometrist's concern
Oscar winner Benigni
Past its prime
Perfect, e.g.
Photogenic cats?
Pompon waver's cry
Pond plant
Puppeteer Tony
Purposely try to lose
Put in order
Put in prison
Roman Catholic period of prayer
Romeo or Juliet
Rudolph's feature
Sharpies, e.g.
Shopper's aid
Shore sights
Snaky swimmers
Sniffler's keepsake?
Some batteries
Some museum displays
Some tax advisers, for short
Souvenir buy
Spanish dancers' residence?
Star of 'Scared to Death,' 1947
Suffix with tank
Sugar suffix
Symbol of sovereignty
Symbol of strength
Tag on
Take in
Trident-shaped letters
Was in a blue state
Went smoothly
Where some think monsters live
Women of Paris
Words to a bride and groom
___ being
___ time
___ trick

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