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Bygone auto crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of August 17th, 2004 other clues
'Golden' things
'How Sweet ___'
'Right on!'
'The Matrix' role
3-in-One product
A.A.A. suggestion: Abbr.
Adds punch to, as punch
Arm bones
Arterial trunks
Author Lee
Be charitable
Better halves
Biblical ark passenger
Blind poet who often wrote in an ancient language
Celebrated Prohibition-era lawman
Certain Boeing
Cheer
Church music maker
Church V.I.P.'s
Commercial suffix with Motor
Cupid's counterpart
Curtain
Desertlike
Disney Store item
Do a favor
Dravidian language
Dust Bowl refugee
Endured
Excitedly
Farm vehicles
Feedbag feed
Fragrant blossom
Gladden
He taught an ancient language in film
He wrote 'Utopia' in an ancient language
Hogan dweller
Inner circle member
Keats and others
Life-changing statement
London lav
Many P.C.'s
Mocks
More immense
Muslim pilgrimage
Myopic cartoon character
North Carolina's ___ Banks
Not close
Not pro
Office stamp
Old London Magazine essayist
Oscar winner Guinness
Oxidize
Partner of 'ifs' and 'ands'
Pianist Dame Myra
Purifies
Rear
Ref's decision
Seed cover
Some china
Something that shouldn't be left hanging
Spam producer
Stack
Summer hrs. in N.J.
Tilted
Tool with a cross handle
Toward shelter
TV prog. with a different host each week
Twilight time to a poet
Vacuum's lack
Vanquished
What 17- and 52-Across and 11-Down all were
Woodworking groove
Yard sale tag
___ contendere
___ the Red

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