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New York Times crossword of July 10th, 2015 other clues
Asian wear with pleats
11th-century conquerors
1920 birthplace of the N.F.L
Aron's girlfriend in 'East of Eden'
Away from the nose
Become attentive
Bikini blasts, briefly
Bikini feature
Capital of Lorraine
Carriage driver?
Certain W.W. II enlistee
Complexion changer
Cousins of husks
David of 'Rhoda'
Dog command
Energizes, with 'up'
Film title character who says 'This is the part where you run away'
Freon letters
Frequency unit
German architect who spent 19 years in Spandau Prison
Get to
Hall-of-Fame football coach Greasy
High Rhine feeder
Histrionic skill
Hog's portion
Humble response to a compliment
Ice cream purchases
It may be thrown around at a party
Item often with a hinged lid
Laparoscopy technology
Like some fans and fences: Abbr
Many Israelis
Nabokov novel
Nickname for Baltimore
Not going swimmingly?
Not yet realized
Noted Ross Perot impersonator
One delivering raspberries
One may be built to commemorate triumph
Pen sound
Piano pieces
Point of a vampire story?
Precious thing in Montana's motto
Presents unfairly
Put out
Relative of calypso
Response to an unrevealing revelation
Round bump on a cactus
See 38-Across
Sewn up
Shankar at Woodstock
Superlative ending
Top: Prefix
Trawler's catch
Tycoon with the middle name Socrates
Vacation spot
Vanilla ___ (cold drink)
Vanilla ___ (hot drink)
What surrounds an aperture
When it's acceptable to start downing brews
Where Cal Ripken broke Lou Gehrig's consecutive games record
With 20-Across, scratched the surface for resources?

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