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New York Times crossword of July 4th, 2010 other clues
Grenache, for one
Helper in herding
Herd of elephants?
In a stack
Indonesian vacation spot
Initials in news
Introvert or extrovert
It might have a theater and planetarium
Items at one's disposal?
Itinerary word
Key: Fr.
Kin of -ess or -trix
Like many an online password
Line in London
Little newt
Made fractions ... or factions
Marxist, e.g.
Most outspread
Not e'en once
Not even once, in Nürnberg
Not in the profession
Not just noteworthy
Not straight up
Offer one's thoughts
Old tales
On the say-so of
Parsley parts
Part of 58-Down: Abbr.
Petered out
Play featuring Mrs. Malaprop, with 'The'
'Moving on then ...'
'Bam!' man in the kitchen
'Cheers' actor Roger
'Come here often?', e.g.
'Just ___!' ('Hold on!')
'Love surfeits not, ___ like a glutton dies': Shak.
'Rule, Britannia' composer
'Somewhere in Time' actor
'Vette alternative
'Who ___?'
'___ House,' 1970 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young hit
'___ Kommissar' (1983 hit)
1950 Anne Baxter title role
1961 Charlton Heston/Sophia Loren film
50-50, e.g.
Actor/comic Brad
Agcy. of the U.N.
Alma mater of some engrs.
Author John Dickson ___
Batch that's hatched
University V.I.P.
Very successful
Vessel in an alcove
Way out in space
What a forklift may lift
What a mummy might have
What's mined to keep?
When daylight saving begins: Abbr.
Word in many bank names
Words of certainty
World Cup cry
Year that Emperor Frederick I died
Yokel's laugh
___ fruit
Big name in trading cards
Bird with meat high in protein
Bit of neckwear
Block legally
Boozehound's sound
Brick-and-mortar alternative
Brooklynese, e.g.
Caesar, e.g.
Campers, for short
Carrier in the Star Alliance
Cassette button abbr.
Cassette knob abbr.
Chess opening?
Collectible book
Commercial time of day
Composer of 'The Miraculous Mandarin'
Confidant, peut-être
Cowlick tamer
Dahl of 'A Southern Yankee,' 1948
Dancer Jeanmaire
Demoiselle's dressing
Depp title role
Disapproving look
Embroidery loops
Española, e.g.
Évian-___-Bains, France
Famous 12-book story
Football Hall-of-Famer George
For nothing
Future platypi
German import
Get exactly right
Gift from the well-endowed
Goes back
Prefix with thesis
Puts together
Relative of fusilli
Resident of New York's Murray Hill, e.g.
Response to freshness?
Rose who rose to fame in the 1980s
Routine responses?
Sculpture garden setting in N.Y.C.
Seine filler
Show expanded to four hours in 2007
Sideshow features
Singer who played Cyrano in 'Cyrano de Bergerac'
Small carriage
Some pupils
Sonatas and such
Special ___
Sudden turns
Suffix with prank
Swedish-born 'Chocolat' actress
Symbol of a boring routine
T. S. Eliot's 'Theatre Cat'
Technical trouble
They may be flipped
Uncle of Levi
Unit of energy

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