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1970s-'80s group with a palindromic name crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of July 13th, 2011 other clues
Is overcome by emotion, maybe
It can be a major turnoff
It helps a pitcher get a grip
It's bigger than a Nano
Jump with an extra half-turn
Lacquered metalware
Large order of morning drinks?
Later than
Legendary football coach Amos Alonzo ___
Lend, informally
Make a nuisance of oneself
Maud Adams, twice
Morning ___ (bathing, combing the hair, etc.)
Napoleon and Snowball, in 'Animal Farm'
Neon ___ (fish)
Other: Sp.
Patron saint of sailors
Pilgrimage to Mecca
Portending evil
Regulars, or what they'll have
Rumpus
Sec
Southern belle's cry of surprise
Start of a URL
Stereotypical cowboy's nickname
Stop
Subtle show of emotion in the eyes
Suits
Susceptible to bribery
Take off one's coat?
That miss
The 'I' of R.P.I.: Abbr.
The H, H or O in H2O
They're hooked behind the back
Times or Century
Tony Randall title role
Two-dimensional extent
Vegetables whose skins may be cooked and eaten separately
Welcomes at the door
Western writer Grey
Words before and after 'what'
Yeshiva instructor
Zoned (out)
___ Bator
___ Cologne
___ of the Rock (Jerusalem landmark)
Burglar who really gets cracking?
'Set phasers to ___'
'You've Really Got a Hold ___' (1963 hit)
Activity for a hyperactive barista?
Bona fide
Button abbr. on a scientific calculator
Classic Mike Myers 'S.N.L.' sketch ... or an apt title for this puzzle
College freshman, typically
Composer Berg
Connect with
Cry of alarm
Distort
Do a little barbering
Dr Pepper alternative
Drop ___
English racing town
Fair-hiring abbr.
Feline line
Gomer Pyle's girlfriend
Govt. approver of new meds
Hallucinogenic beverage
Harasses, as a fraternity pledge
Hard up
Have a thing for
Herr's wife
Interactive features of starbucks.com?
Interim ruling group

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