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New York Times crossword of September 24th, 2006 other clues
'An Affair to Remember' star, 1957
'Black Beauty' author
'But on the other hand …'
'Come Back, Little Sheba' playwright
'Hop ___!'
'It's about time!'
'Let's ___ There' (1980's NBC slogan)
'My ___!'
'Revolution From Within' author
'Rubber Duckie' singer of children's TV
'The Thief of Bagdad' actor, 1940
'Way cool!'
'… ___ saw Elba'
4 x 4
Actor Williams of 'Happy Days'
Agrippina's slayer
Anne of comedy
Application form abbr.
Artist with the 2002 #1 hit 'Lose Yourself'
Begin something, in slang
Berlioz's 'Les nuits d'___'
Bill Clinton memoir
Bills, e.g.
Birthright seller
Black piano key
Bone head?
Breakfast in a box
Brigham Young University site
Brynhild's beloved
Bygone Crayola color
Call after a hammer is hit
Cold war winner
Common ink purchase
Court plea, briefly
Cry with eyes lit up
Dawning response
Día's opposite
Dim responses
Dutch export
Early sixth-century year
Effecting a release
Election day: Abbr.
Element that quickly oxidizes in air
End of the quip
Energizer or Duracell option
Exactly, after 'to'
F.D.A.-banned supplement
Family viewing mark
Fish that may someday spawn
Floor (it)
Flying start?
Fun house item
Game of chance
Get back on track
Granting grp.
Had to settle
Hammock supports
Huge, to Hugo
It can be found in a tree
It's a test
It's read word for word
Just firm enough
Kind of race
King Minos, for one
Knoxville sch.
Like a Swiss Army knife
Link with
Literature Nobelist Morrison
Lofty degree
Low-value wad
Man of mystery
March slogan word
Mark Twain/Bret Harte play
Match player?
Matter of debate
Modern home of the 10-Down
Muscular watchdog
Nasty sort
Not attack head-on
Nutritious bean
Offer that seems too good to be true, probably
Old inhabitant of 14-Across
One of a sailing trio
Ones dressed in black
Pageant prize
Part of a manger scene
Pearl City setting
Pencil holder, sometimes
Poet with the longtime NPR program 'A Word in Your Ear'
Prize since 1949
Product sold with a bag
Project completion?
Put out
Quip, part 2
Quip, part 3
Quip, part 4
Quip, part 5
Quip, part 6
Ramallah grp.
Revolution, for one
S O S responder: Abbr.
Satisfied subscriber, apparently
Scout leader?
See 1-Across
See 112-Down
Sic on
Site for Franklin Roosevelt
Sparked anew
Start of a quip from Court and Society Review, 1887
Strange: Prefix
Time competitor, informally
Try to win, in a way
Used a crowbar on, maybe
W.W. II wolf pack
What 'Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds' may or may not be about
Winter fishing tool
Winter pear
With 126-Across, author of the quip starting at 27-Across
With 84-Across, very simple
With every hair in place
___ law
___ Tranquillity

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