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New York Times Oct 26 2009

'Get out of here, fly!' SHOO
'If I may ...' PERMITME
'Red' or 'White' baseball team SOX
'Superman' villain LEXLUTHOR
'Tosca,' for one OPERA
'We ___ please' AIMTO
A, in Arabic ALIF
Actor Murphy of old westerns AUDIE
Ancient Greek city with a mythical lion NEMEA
Autumn FALL
Brontë's Jane EYRE
Capital of Italia ROMA
Coat named for an Irish province ULSTER
Completely uses up, as a credit card, with 'out' MAXES
Con's opposite PRO
Contest submission ENTRY
Course in which to conjugate 'amo, amas, amat ...' LATINI
Courteous rejection to a woman NOMAAM
Cowboy who sang the title song from 'High Noon' TEXRITTER
Dana Scully's sci-fi partner FOXMULDER
Designer Donna KARAN
Dull pain ACHE
Equally plump ASFAT
Esther 8:9 is the longest one in the Bible VERSE
Field unit ACRE
H. Ross ___, candidate of 1992 and 1996 PEROT
Have the wheel of a car STEER
Having insurance COVERED
House style with a long pitched roof in back SALTBOX
It acquired Reynolds Metals in 2000 ALCOA
Jab between the ribs, say POKE
John of colonial Jamestown ROLFE
Large, at Starbucks VENTI
Learn secondhand HEAROF
Letter-shaped, threaded fastener UBOLT
Like two jacks in a deck of cards ONEEYED
Middle of an Oreo CREME
Milky white gem OPAL
Miracle-___ (plant food) GRO
Missouri river or Indian OSAGE
Mystery quality ... or what 18- and 55-Across and 3- and 32-Down have? XFACTOR
Nissan S.U.V. XTERRA
Nissan sedan ALTIMA
None of the above, on a survey OTHER
Northern Scandinavian LAPP
Owner of the farm where Woodstock took place MAXYASGUR
Party giver HOST
Photographed SHOT
Play a practical joke on, slangily PUNK
Prowling feline ALLEYCAT
Reindeer teamed with Prancer VIXEN
Sighed with satisfaction AAHED
Snakelike fish EEL
Something for nothing FREEBIE
Start of a billboard catchphrase meaning 'close to the highway' EASYON
Steep drop-off CLIFF
Surrounding glow AURA
Sword handles HILTS
Take away from, as profits EATINTO
Talking horse of '60s TV MRED
Tangle up (in) ENMESH
The first 'A' in N.A.A.C.P.: Abbr. ASSN
Transmit SEND
Twigs for baskets OSIERS
U.S. military vet EXGI
Unconscious states COMAS
Vases URNS
Washed-up person HASBEEN
When repeated, bygone newsboy's cry EXTRA
Writer James AGEE
___ Park (Queens neighborhood) REGO
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