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Universal crossword of July 26th, 2010 other clues
Western projectile
Sammy of the Cubs
"Beetle Bailey" bulldog
Addition to a building
___ about (approximately)
Lose one's grip on
Two desserts in one
Moore of "Ghost"
Spanish girlfriend
"Shogun" sequel
"Iron Chef" prop
Place with a lot of heat?
Footnote abbr.
Bull ___ china shop
Where fathers may gather
Saintly Mother
Word preceding "circus" and "market"
AK or HI, once
Very fair, as hair
Cop ___ (bargain with the DA)
Physicians' org.
View from a pew
___ out (withdraw)
San Simeon castle builder
A Yorkshire city
"Oh, woe ___!"
Elite, familiarly
Two in the middle of "middle"
Promgoer's need
Measure at the jeweler's
Norms (Abbr.)
Distinctive style
Gradually expand
Pass again in a race
"Little Plastic Castle" singer DiFranco
Gym shoes
A clothes-knit union?
Flower of the primrose family
From Mogadishu
Bed-in for peace participant Yoko
Roll-on lawn
Craggy ridge
Strange thing
Mine shaft drill
Club sandwich vegetable
Expressed one's beliefs
Years ___ (in the past)
Ad-libber's asset
"___ to Joy" (Schiller)
Rats, so to speak
Baby beluga
"Apocalypto" director Gibson
Indian instruments
Top of a suit?
Sleigh filler, once a year
Depression and Prohibition, for two
Gov't air-safety org.
Cause of frostbite or suntan
Uncommon sense?
It's for those who get butterflies
Plant attackers
Adjusted beforehand
Covered with rich soil
It gives you an out
"Annie" actress Quinn
Chopin composition
Contraction in "The Star-Spangled Banner"
Head-shoulder connectors
Command to a Western gunslinger
School open-house organizer
Mineo of movies
Sum (Abbr.)

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