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New York Times crossword of August 7th, 2011 other clues
'2, 4, 6, 8 - Who do we appreciate?,' e.g.
'Beatles '65' and others
'Broken Arrow' co-star Michael
'I can't believe it!'
'La Bohème' soprano
'Rocky III' co-star
'Scooby-Doo' girl
'Sounds like ___!'
'The Dublin Trilogy' dramatist
'The Producers' character who sings 'When You Got It, Flaunt It'
'Zigeunerliebe' composer
'___ me' (phone comment)
'___ out!'
1970s, to a schmaltzy wedding band?
1981 German-language hit film
A Stooge
Actor Rickman
Add-on meaning 'galore'
Airplane amenities
Amnesiac's vague recollection of having a hobby?
Antipollution mascot Woodsy ___
AOL's Web site, e.g.
Author Sinclair
Beat it
Best in crash-test ratings
Big name in potatoes
Birth control option, briefly
Blood-typing system
Calendario unit
Casino offering
Cause of some repetitive behavior, in brief
Certain newspaper advertisement
College-area local
Congratulatory phrase at a 'Peanuts' bar mitzvah?
Cosmetics brand with the classic slogan 'Because I'm worth it'
Denmark's ___ Islands
Designed for two
Dewlapped creature
Dresden's river
Edwardian expletive
Eleven, to Héloïse
End of a Greek run
Eve who wrote 'The Vagina Monologues'
Everybody, to Erich
Explorer's writing
Fashion frill
Fashion magazine
Flippered animal that runs a maid service?
French meat
Frequent, in verse
Geneviève, for one: Abbr.
German rejection
Go south, as sales
Hanauma Bay locale
High lines
Holiday celebrated with bánh chung cakes
Home to about 15% of the world's population: Abbr.
In excelsis ___
It's NW of Georgia
Jaded comment from a constantly updated person?
Japanese 'thanks'
Keir of '2001: A Space Odyssey'
Key of Brahms's Symphony No. 4: Abbr.
Kind of attraction
Lacking a surrounding colonnade, as a temple
Legal assistants
Leisurely time to arrive at the office
Like the yin side: Abbr.
Ljubljana resident
Make out
Mart start
Match part
Memory: Prefix
Modern party planning aids
Musée d'Orsay artist
Musical number
Nutritional abbr.
Often-trimmed tree
Ohio university
One of the Bobbsey twins
Ones gathered for a reading, maybe
Ones putting on a show, for short
Order to a barista
Part of some itineraries?
Poetic 'plenty'
Pour thing?
Prefix with -centric
Ready to be called
Request for candy from a kid at camp?
Romeo's predecessor?
Sch. that plays Texas A&M
Scot's 'wee'
See 106-Across
Serpentine shape
Shaded shelter
Singer Aimee
Six-pack holder?
Sleuth Lupin
Sports column
St. Pete-to-Savannah dir.
Stand on short feet
Start-press order for a New York daily?
Stops panicking
Substitute for forgotten words in a song
Suffix with form
Swiss mix
Takes in
They: Fr.
Things determined by 104-Across
TV character who worked for Steinbrenner
Two-time Oscar nominee Joan
Type in
Unsettling last words
W. Coast air hub
Western Indian
What a chair should cover?
What a pajama party often is
When to call, in some ads
When tripled, et cetera
Zeus' disguise when fathering Helen of Troy
___ egg
___ egg
___ result

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