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New York Times crossword of July 31st, 2011 other clues
'Fear is pain rising from the anticipation of ___': Aristotle
'I'm listening'
Several CBS dramas
'In case you didn't hear me ...'
'Of thee' follower
Show-biz father and son
'The NeverEnding Story' writer
'Think' or 'Think different'
Small: Suffix
'Told ya so!' looks
'View of Toledo' artist
Some drink garnishes
'Well, I'll be!'
'What the Butler Saw' playwright, 1969
'___ out?' (poker query)
'___ Pastore' (Mozart opera)
'___ Story: A Journey of Hope' (Jenna Bush best seller)
... in 1-/4-Across
T. S. of literature
... in 116-/117-Across
The U.N.'s ___ Ki-moon
... in 119-/120-Across
... in 12-/35-Down
... in 17-/43-Down
Tightfisted sort
... in 39-/60-Down
Title character in a 2009 Sandra Bullock crossword film
1970s TV spinoff
2003 Affleck/Lopez flick
71 answers in this puzzle
A perfect score on it is 180: Abbr.
'Do You Hear What I Hear?,' e.g.
Techie's hangout
Upper class?
Actors' grp.
User-edited Web site
Add to, perhaps
Virus named for a river
Ankle supports
Aoki of the World Golf Hall of Fame
Wampum, e.g.
When repeated, advantageous to both sides
Best ___
Big bargain
Bit of physics
Bride in 'The Gondoliers'
They're stranded, briefly
Brief word of caution
___ Marquez, Nickelodeon cartoon girl
Buenos ___
___-at-law: Abbr.
Century 21 competitor
Summer letters
Times past
U.K. carrier, once
Uncle ___
Word with cherry or cotton
Words on a sandwich board
Wrap for a queen
___ leash
Check, as one's numbers
Comparison's middle
Composition of many a cask
Conservative side
Cowardly sound
Dada figure
Daily weather datum
Definitely not Felix Unger types
Dry's partner
Duel tool
Emerson's '___ Beauty'
Enemy of a Medici
Enter, for one
Even chances
First woman to teach at the Sorbonne
France from France
French CD holder
French toast piece?
Game with a setter
Get used to it
Give a hard time
Graceful word?
Had a balance
Honorary law degs.
Hospital wings
Hostess's ___ Balls
Huntee in a game
Inches for pinches
It may have sand in it
It might be pulled
Item in a restaurant basket
Japanese noodle
Lake ___, Switzerland/France separator
Language akin to Kalaallisut
Leaves a crooked trail
Like Gomer Pyle
Merchandise ID
Miami squad
Michael Jordan, e.g.
Missing, as the start of a party
Neither more nor less, in France
Not yet final, at law
Noted diamond family name
Off-road specialist
Offshore accommodations
Owned up to
Panamanians and Peruvians
Part of a pack?
Part of AARP: Abbr.
Piece of work?
Pitcher's place
Place for some animal baiting
Pompeii, e.g.
Program coordinator?
Pulitzer-winning Sheehan
Radiator sound
Radii, e.g.
See circled letters in 76-/109-Down
Rear's rear?
Restless walker
Rush igniter
Sally ___ (teacakes)
Some tails, for short
Strauss's 'Ariadne ___ Naxos'

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