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34-Across, e.g., for short crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of July 1st, 2011 other clues
London borough with Wembley Stadium
Mama grizzly, south of the border
New Mexico's state tree
Normandy was in it: Abbr.
One of eight in chess
One taking orders
Papers on pads?
Person making a cameo, say
Plot element
Popular hair care product
Prefix with -derm
Priest at Shiloh
Pro-Church of England position
Rosenberg and Roosevelt
Salad tidbit
Sheet music notations
Some photography equipment
Start of a big 1975 sports event?
Story from Joyce's 'Dubliners'
Structural piece bent 90° along its long dimension
Tart plum
Tending to bring together
The Everly Brothers' '(___) I Kissed You'
Title girl in a 1990s-2000s MTV cartoon
Went bonkers
Wets again
What's not right?
Winthrop's affliction in 'The Music Man'
Yea or nay
___ land
'A little ___ do ya' (1950s-'60s slogan)
'Do Ya' band, for short
'Vette option
'You think you're so funny!'
'___ moment'
1-Across accompanier
2008 World Series athlete
2016 Olympics host
Alternative fallback position
An Apostle
Astronaut's favorite dessert?
Big East Conf. member
Causes to take hold
Chanel fragrance 'pour homme'
Class with Browning and Golding, say
Classy sort?
Cousins of blackbirds
Crazy Horse, e.g.
Creamlike paint shade
Declaration at a poker table
Eastern band
Fishing tool
Florida's ___ Park Race Track
French article
Genetic stuff
Hardly line drives
Home of the 42nd U.S. president
It may be pinched
It often contains 'lies'
Ja and da
Kind of chart
Like many blog comments, informally
Like some politics

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