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|New York Times crossword of October 31st, 2001 other clues|
|Go well together|
|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.|
|Like a maple leaf|
|Like Halloween candy in December|
|Like some textbook publishers|
|Perry of '90210'|
|Place for future Lts.|
|Plead innocent to|
|Puts first or second, say|
|'What's ___ for me?'|
|'For a long and healthy life' sloganeer|
|'You have to ___ ...'|
|8:00-8:30, e.g., on a schedule|
|City founded by Pizarro|
|Comic strip cry|
|Dental school exam?|
|Direction in which el sol rises|
|Dylan Thomas's home|
|RCA or EMI|
|Severe Athenian lawmaker|
|Spot for a comb|
|St. Columba's island|
|Tar Heel State: Abbr.|
|They come out of pens|
|U.S.D.A. stamp abbr.|
|Unappetizing cafeteria serving|
|Utterances of 'Trick or treat'?|
|Wall of earth|
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