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New York Times crossword of July 2nd, 2012 other clues
Leafy vegetable
LeBron James's org
French writer's apprehension by the police?
French writer's boardwalk booth operator?
French writer's state of drunkenness?
French writer's two-under-par holes?
Germany, Italy and Japan, in W.W. II
Gives an account
Have a meal
Hunks of chewing tobacco
It may be hit by a soprano
Jackson 5 hairdo
Lighted sign over a doorway
Like George W. vis-à-vis Jeb Bush
MetLife Stadium footballer
Mork's birthplace, on TV
Offering from Lil Jon or Fat Joe
Ovid's book of love poetry
Parties that might have glow-in-the-dark freebies
Pig sound
Plow pullers
Prefix with disestablishmentarianism
Run a towel over
Saddam Hussein's land
Small, medium and large
Sound of a heavy fall
1970s TV's '___ Ramsey'
'Bye for now'
'Iliad' locale
'That's clear'
'What ___ thinking?!'
'___ is more'
90° turn
Actor Bridges of 'The Big Lebowski'
Actor John of 'Sands of Iwo Jima'
Adjust, as a hem
Put in a secret language
Back of the neck
Burnt part
Rain gutter site
Caribbean and Mediterranean
Concerning, on a memo
NNW's opposite
Cooped (up)
Corn on the ___
Creme-filled cookies
Dam on the Nile
Dec. 25
Double curves
Run-scoring hit that puts the batter out
Famous ___ cookies
Figs. for geniuses
Finger's tip
Flight board postings, for short
Former St. Petersburg royal
Small lab container
Stiller's partner in comedy
Tech company spun off from Time Warner
The 'p' in r.p.m
Tiniest bit of the Greek alphabet?
Where cowboys once sang 'Oh, give me a home'
Zoo animal that beats its chest
___ of Sandwich

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