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New York Times crossword of September 15th, 2010 other clues
Not expected
Object of Petrarch's passion
Only coach to win both N.F.L. and A.F.L. championships
Org. known for drilling?
Pat of 'Wheel of Fortune'
Prompts on answering machines
Pushing the envelope
S O S's, essentially
Sends cyberjunk
Singer Perry with the 2010 #1 hit 'California Gurls'
Soap operas, essentially
Surgical inserts
Take to court
Takes it easy
Toy house door support?
Verdi aria
Web site with a 'Buy It Now' option
Wedding gown fabric
What adolescents may fight
What's up?
Where lead weights grow?
___ mater (brain cover)
___ Minor
___ wait
'Shut up!' ... or a phonetic hint to this puzzle's theme
'Lemme ___!'
'Let's call it ___' ('We're even')
'Marat/Sade' playwright Peter
'Peanuts' boy with a blanket
'Saturday Night Live' segments
'Take a Chance on Me' group
10 of them make a thou
Accurate throw
Actress Stewart
Ammo for idiots?
Astronaut's letters
Balkan native
Ball supporters
Bandage, across the pond
Bert's 'Sesame Street' buddy
Big name in A.T.M.'s
Bit of a Coleridge poetry line?
Bit of dental work
Capital of Nepal
Certain cigarette
Cheeky chatter
Cry during a recess game
Dog treats
Equine areas
Everything considered
German port
German: Abbr.
Gulager of 'The Virginian'
Hand-dyed fabric
Harvard degree earned by J.F.K. in 1956
Helen Mirren's crowning role, informally?
Homeland of Joyce and Yeats
Horatio who wrote about down-and-out boys
How babies may be carried
It takes a toll: Abbr.
Lady ___
Little battery
Long-eared farm animal
Masseur's target
Munch Museum's locale
Nine-digit ID
No-good sort

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