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New York Times crossword of October 16th, 2006 other clues
River mouth feature
Say yea or nay
Seance sound
Slithery fishes
Some apples
Sound-absorbing flooring
Start of a Spanish cheer
State with conviction
The South
Toll unit on a toll road
'Are you ___ out?'
'Man, that hurts!'
Util. bill
'The Devil Wears ___'
'The Thin Man' dog
What 'yo mama' is
Ailment that may cause sneezing
Where to get juice for a household appliance
Wiggle room
Winter traction provider
Appealed earnestly
With: Fr.
Artist Bonheur
Wolf's sound
Astronaut's insignia
Auxiliary wager
B.M.I. rival
Bloviator, often
Bon ___ (witticism)
Burden of proof
Cards above deuces
Comedian who created the character Jose Jimenez
Composer Stravinsky
Computer image
Cover for a wound
Covered with water
Death Valley is below it
Document checked at a border
Draws nigh
Drive away
Empty, as a lot
English race place
Gem of an oyster
Get better, as a cut
Go by, as time
Greg's sitcom partner
Half a sch. year
Hawaiian port
Helped bust out, as from prison
Historic Boston neighborhood
In ___ (together)
Ireland's ___ Fein
Juice drink
Jump named for a skater
Lawyer's org.
Les ___-Unis
Line of stitches
Loads and loads
Love god
Mardi Gras follower
Melville captain
Milkshake item
Modern assembly line worker
Mosey (along)
Plop oneself down
Potter's medium
Princely prep school

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