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New York Times crossword of September 4th, 2016 other clues
'Cease!' on the seas
'Check and ___'
'Don't let those guys escape!'
'Going somewhere?'
'It's all good'
'Negotiations are off!'
'Old MacDonald' sounds
'Since you didn't hear me the first time ...'
'That makes sense'
'That ___ part of our agreement!'
1997 film megahit
2022 World Cup host
24 in a caffeine molecule
A U.S. flag is a common one
Actor Reeves
Airport posting, for short
Ammonia and lye
And more
Answer to 'Is Bonn the capital of Deutschland?'
Ball in a socket
Bareilles who sang 'Love Song'
Basic form of a word
Begin a voyage
Beverage since 1922
Big mouths
Big swig
Bio course: Abbr
Breathe out
Burns's refusal
Cain mutiny victim?
Calvin Coolidge's reputed reply to a woman who bet she could get more than two words out of him
City where Mexico's routes 1 and 2 meet
Concorde, e.g
Cops, with 'the'
Descend in a controlled fashion
Diamond head?
Do to ___
End-of-seminar feature
Flattened at the poles
Foist (upon)
Game-winning line
Gertrude ___, first woman to swim the English Channel
Giggle syllable
Go (for)
Go on
Grp. sponsoring the Muzzle Loading Championship
Have a one-person apartment, say
Ice cream flavor
Indication of freshness
Just like always
Justice Kagan
Kind of camera, for short
Lead-in to Victoria or Albert
Leave in
Like Calvin Coolidge
Like many a lad or lass
Like three men of rhyme
Martians, in 'The War of the Worlds'
Material in two states
Might be able to do it
Most important piece in échecs
Multicolored candy in a yellow package
Neighbor of Illinois
Neocons, e.g
Noted index
Noted philanthropic family
Number of hills in ancient Rome
Ocean bottom?
Offered for breeding
Old men
One of two in the Adidas logo
Optometrist, at times
Oscar-winning Berry
Pirate, in old slang
Positive sign
Prefix with parasite
Red ___
Relative of a weasel
Relatives of scooters
Release from TLC or Alicia Keys
Response to a flatterer
Retired Steeler Taylor
Rx writer
School in Oxford, informally
Short dagger
Shout made while pointing
Site of the George Bush Presidential Library
Slithy one, to Carroll
Smooth and glossy
Some fuel oils
Sources of mescaline
Spa sound
Spanish prefix with líneas
Start of a time capsule direction
Stemmed (from)
Subordinate: Abbr
Surrounder of la Grande Jatte
Sushi go-with
Takes it easy
Tee seller
The 'E' of HOMES
The 'e' of i.e
They mind their manors
Things aggressive people may throw
Turkish money
United Nations concern
View in awe
Where bees be
Word often replaced with 'your'
Word that becomes its own synonym when spelled backward
Wordsworth work
___ Alamos
___ bag (party giveaway)
___ Fresh (Tex-Mex chain)
___ letter (college app part)
___ salad

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