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The Sunday Crossword by Evan Birnholz crossword of October 8th, 2017 other clues
IN spot?
Temple setting
Becky Hammon's basketball squad from 2007 to 2014 (Dustin Hoffman)
Put-back field goal
Being with a neocortex
Mononymous author of "Nothing but the Truth"
Animal on Fruit Stripe gum packaging
Alternatives to foils
What a Bowflex may strengthen
Stat for Max Scherzer
Gold storage units
Get ready
Digits on the ground
Rapper stage name of Park Jae-sang
"The Fog of War" director Morris
Abandons one's base
Fall Out Boy's genre
Spirit of Halloween
Subject of some arias in Bizet's "Carmen"
Remove, as sheets
Napoleon Dynamite's uncle
Paige on the stage
Papas in movies
Queen's "Queen" of 1973, e.g. (Wesley Snipes)
Conference room prop
Lane targets
Office program
Old story time?
Caustic compound
Celtic language
Elicit smiles
Sharpening device
Bit of dust
Social breakdown
Body chambers
"That's quite enough tea, thank you"
Far from philanthropic
Spade player
Driving requirement
Cocijo, to the Zapotecs
"Stir It Up" singer (Sylvester Stallone)
In need of rest, say
Advertising prize
Manipulative tactic designed to force someone to question their own sanity (Ingrid Bergman)
Colbert's network
Sight seer?
LGBT activist Windsor
Hematophagous creature
Medicinal succulent
Detective's aid
Ladies of Lyon
Low-scoring draw
Buck's companion
Problems on the set
Illinois city by the Mississippi
Baggy garment that bears the name of the rapper who wore them in his music videos (Gwyneth Paltrow)
Benin's neighbor
Harness in a field
Biblical shepherd
Chef's vessels (Alan Rickman)
Nursery item
Network point
"That has to ___ for something"
Cuts down
Dead lines?
Uses an ATM card, say
Exchange figure
Require aspirin
___ spot
___ pigeons
Stevenson's fiend
Young chaps
Circular torch bearer
Emulate Rembrandt
Brand of lens cleaners
River through Juba
Barber's tool
Associate's place
"T.N.T." rockers
Fort makeup, maybe
Conclusion word
___ Stanfield (drug lord on "The Wire")
Galas, for example
Graded items
Biology class unit
Choreographer Michaels
Astronomer's feline
Subject of "The X-Files" (Tom Hardy)
Sign on some doors
Alex and ___ (jewelry company)
Certain rhododendron
Do some sketch work
Cousteau's domain
Tricky pool stroke
Piano teacher's offerings
Tear into
Play on the gridiron
Maximally harsh
"Oh, what a terrible pity!"
Disney World vehicle
Accusatory cry, maybe
Pastoral noises
Concert ticket info
Mr. ___ (old soft drink name)
Brunch, e.g.
Teardrop-shaped item in a boxing gym
"Jumping Jehoshaphat!"
"Master of ___" (Netflix series)
Accessory on "RuPaul's Drag Race"
Setting of the 1942 book "Behind the Urals"
Tango motion
See 126 Across
Champing at the bit
Surrealist painter Max
PC key under X
Certain bar dishes
Comic Gasteyer
Collection of bills
Apt name of 12 popes
Garfield's middle name
Wrinkly tangelos
Group of pitchers?
Dos cubed
Bait and switch, e.g.
"All I Ask" singer
Sound effect at a pie fight
"Check back later" letters
President who wrote "Of Thee I Sing: A Letter to My Daughters"
Used a harrow
Orderly assortments
Duty for a plant, maybe
Compact car that debuted in 1990 (Carrie Fisher)
"White & ___" (2006 Weird Al parody song)
Robotic maid of TV
Cardin of fashion

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