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Where the chips fall where they may? crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of September 18th, 2010 other clues
'For Better or for Worse' matriarch
'Not for me'
'Fo' sho'
'Relaciones Espirituales' writer
'That's a great price!'
'___ at Duke's Place' (1965 jazz album)
'___ pis!' ('Too bad!,' in France)
'___ sine scientia nihil est' (Latin motto)
2007 satirical best seller subtitled 'And So Can You!'
2009 Lady Gaga hit
45, e.g.
9-Down variety
Adjective for a coach house inn, maybe
Alternative to a shake
Area worth the most bonus troops in the game Risk
Attempts to sink
Bachelor party entertainment
Bldgs. with community courts
Board game grande dame
Brand in contact lens care
Breakfast dish
Building support
Bygone medical ventilator
Caustic soda, symbolically
Certain Afrocentrist
Date in France?
Defunct ministry initials
___ Banos, Calif.
___ de Caña (Nicaraguan rum)
___ sauce (sugary purée)
First British group since the Beatles to have two albums in the U.S. top 10 at the same time
Fish also called a Jerusalem haddock
Founding member of Public Enemy known for wearing large clocks around his neck
Gut course?: Abbr.
Hatted bell ringers
Lady Liberty garb
List quickly?
Literary captain who says 'It's better to sail with a moody good captain than a laughing bad one'
Makings of a hero?
Minor hit
Money in the banca, once
More solid
Nelson's catchphrase on 'The Simpsons'
One may cause your dinner to be spoiled
One of an evil fairy tale duo
Oread in love with her own voice
Org. since 1920 with many staff lawyers
Out of it
Papa Bear of Chicago football
Pump abbr.
Run for it
Site of a noted ancient league
Some salon jobs
Spanish cows
Three-player game
Topic in artificial intelligence
Variety of zither
Wet bar, maybe
What some plays are shown in

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