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New York Times crossword of August 11th, 2014 other clues
Air traffic watchdog, for short
'Buy two, get one free' event
'Do ___ others as ...'
'Thank God Almighty!'
'___ give you the shirt off his back'
500 sheets of paper
Annual El Paso football event
Apt rhyme of 'crude'
Bees and butterflies
Bowling score component
Building addition
Cajun cooking pod
Cambridge sch. from which I. M. Pei graduated
Camera letters
Change the direction of, as traffic
Cinderella and Rapunzel
Comedy Central's 'The ___ Report'
Company said to use about 1% of the world's wood supply
Cry after reaching the summit
Difficult experience
Dr. ___, Eminem mentor
Feeling of reverence
Folded breakfast dishes
Food fight sounds
Fox's 'American ___'
French girlfriend
Gas in advertising lights
Give an account of
Give for free, as a ticket
Grow in popularity
Hawaiian gift
Home of U.C. San Diego
Insurance company with a 'spokesduck'
iPhone assistant who says that '42' is the meaning of life
Jed Clampett, e.g
Longtime Nikon competitor
Mammal with webbed paws
Mortar's partner
Mug shot subjects, informally
Of an ancient Greek period
Off-the-cuff remark
Patterns used for kilts
Phone-tapping org
Places to say 'I do'
Polish hero Walesa
Quite a ways off
Radar screen point
Regatta implement
Result of overstrain, maybe
Sauce made with butter, egg yolks and lemon juice
Scheduled to arrive
Seal, as a shipping crate
Snare or tom-tom
Space ball
Stage whispers
Start of a hole
Sticks in the oven
Supermodel Campbell
Swallowed a loss
Test cheater's sound
The whole shebang
Top scores in Olympic diving
Wallach of 'The Magnificent Seven'
With ice cream

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