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New York Times crossword of October 31st, 2001 other clues
Fishing site
French river
Gen. Bradley
Go well together
Greatly reduced
Halloween correspondent?
Halloween shrub?
Halloween success story?
Help at a holdup
Home of Goodyear
It comes out of a pen
It's still made
Item of merchandise
Item on a Halloween ring?
Lady Macbeth, e.g.
Lawyers' org.
Like a maple leaf
Like Halloween candy in December
Like some textbook publishers
Lotion ingredient
Perry of '90210'
Pickling liquid
Pine dripping
Place for future Lts.
Plead innocent to
Polish's partner
Puts first or second, say
'What's ___ for me?'
'For a long and healthy life' sloganeer
AAA, maybe
'You have to ___ ...'
8:00-8:30, e.g., on a schedule
Blade holder
Cabbage types
City founded by Pizarro
Click site
Coach Parseghian
Cologne mister
Comic strip cry
Corn feature
Dental school exam?
Direction in which el sol rises
Dylan Thomas's home
Egyptian cross
European car
Radio format
Roman way
Samoan capital
Scene setters
Sci-fi setting
Severe Athenian lawmaker
Skin-covered canoe
Spot for a comb
St. Columba's island
Swedish money
Tar Heel State: Abbr.
They come out of pens
Thin nail
U.S.D.A. stamp abbr.
Unappetizing cafeteria serving
Upper story
Utterances of 'Trick or treat'?
Wall of earth
Wave maker

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