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New York Times crossword of August 18th, 2007 other clues
'You betcha, Bartolomé!'
'___ Work' (George F. Will best seller)
1932 Garbo title role
1988 tennis Grand Slam winner
Actress Pataky
Adoption option: Abbr.
Applies polish to?
As yet uncollected for
Auto option
Become full
Blue Angels member, e.g.
Certain rose creator
Cockney greeting
Conductor Segerstam and novelist Enger
Construction material
Do further work on a bird?
Eastwood played him in five films
Face attack
Face with stone
Feature of some classical architecture
Filter holders, briefly
Five atoms in a ulexite molecule
Fluish, perhaps
Fragrant heartwood
Galley countermand
Give shades to in advance
High-tech surveillance acronym
Hospital supplies
It may be usurious: Abbr.
It might consist of a 19-Across
It rises in the Black Forest
James Bay native
Julie Harris's 'East of Eden' role
Leaf part
Lee of Hollywood
Less like a yo-yo
Old washday choice
Parcel part
Relatively fresh
Relatives of pollocks
Settled down securely
Sharp rival
So as to avoid getting shot
Soapstone, say
Some bygone roadsters
Some poles
Some sit on pads
The Platters' '___ Mine'
They're often unpaid
Thighs may be displayed in it
Thighs may be displayed in it
Waite ___, Hall-of-Fame Yankees pitcher
Water fleas, barnacles, etc.
Water polo teams, e.g.
Who's a critic?
Writ introduction?

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