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New York Times crossword of October 24th, 2002 other clues
'Aeneid,' e.g.
'Don't go so slow!'
'Too bad'
Academic challenge
Air maneuver
American toy introduced in 1945
Archer, at times
Bamako is its capital
Decorated pilots
Diversified publishing giant
Dumb film brother
End of what's hidden
Ensnaring scheme
Eskimo's home
Establish new habits for
Evening in Venezia
Expectant times
Extended periods
Extra-large and others
Glazed square
Hägar the Horrible's wife
Half of it is a nickel
Heath plant
Hickory-smoked items
Horrible grade on a test
Hot or cold soup ingredient
Illustrator who lampooned Tweed
Irish relative
Islamic text
It's the 'D' in a presidential monogram
Italian-American film vamp Naldi
Little markets
Lives as a penitent
Necromancer's home, in the Bible
Noted French landscapist
Nude dancer St. Cyr
O'Neal of 'Love Story'
One in ___ (20%)
Opening words on an agenda
Orally convey
Overseas carrier
Provincial one
Sea ___
Second part of what's hidden
Small word
Societal woes
South Asians speak it
Speedy fliers
St. Peter was the first
Strong liking
Stubborn, as a problem
Super: Prefix
Tail on social or graph
Teacher's instruction
Tibet's capital
Took on vigorously
Transports in W.W. II: Abbr.
Tribeca is next to it
Trio after Q
Tune from the past
Tungsten, e.g.
Unit smaller than a foot
Varied group
Walk slowly
With 38- and 56-Across, what's hidden in this puzzle
Yap, for one, in the western Pacific

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