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New York Times crossword of August 24th, 2008 other clues
Need for the winner of a Wimbledon men's match
Old actresses Claire and Balin
Ones caught in a maze?
Opened, as a flag
Orange and green fruits
Ottoman big shot
Overseas O.K.
Pantheon head
PC key
Pick up
Poisonous shrub
Prefix with sphere
Punjabi believers
QB Favre and others
Religious image: Var.
Remove with effort
Request for Vanna
Rock candy, essentially
Safari sight
Seasonal activity
See 48-Across
See 48-Across
Sequoyah, for one
Silents star Bara
Sine qua non
Skating jumps
Slay somebody
Soft-shoe, e.g.
Some corner stores
Some hand-raisers
Something to go in ... or on
'Like ___ not ...'
'Moving forward' sloganeer
'Now I remember'
'Oh, pooh!'
'Stupidest thing I ever heard!'
'The War of the Worlds' invaders, briefly
'Zip it'
'___ Ba Yah' (campfire song)
'___ Cried' (1962 hit)
'___ et manus' (M.I.T.'s motto)
'___ in cat'
'___ Wedding,' Alan Alda film
'___ won't!'
1940s conflict: Abbr.
1990s Indian P.M.
2007 Peace Nobelist
62-Down carriers: Abbr.
A small one helps the indecisive
Access the contents of, say
Agent Gold of 'Entourage'
Alternative to a cross
Assume the fetal position
Audible pauses
Author mentioned in the Beatles' 'I Am the Walrus'
Baby kangaroos
Beethoven's Third
Belonging to
Big Ten rival: Abbr.
Black-eyed legume
BlackBerrys, e.g., for short
'A Little Princess' heroine and others
'Death in Venice' and 'Of Mice and Men'
'I concur'
Given directly
Greeting to Gaius
Gridiron grp.
Highest-rated, as a hotel
How one must win in Ping-Pong
Id ___
In accord (with)
In and of ___
Internet forum rabble-rouser
Iowa college
It follows the initial part of a procedure
July holiday, with 'the'
Kung ___ chicken
Leaves in the kitchen
Let slip
Like a team that's ahead by a safety
Like corn bread
Like the majority of Interstate highways
Little squirt, maybe
Machine used to maneuver manure
Many-armed Hindu goddess
Memo abbr.
Monterrey kin
Most liable to sunburn
Mother, slangily
N.Y.C. time when it's midnight in L.A.
Necessary: Abbr.
Something you later might think better of
Sound at a sauna
Spell caster
Staples of early education
Start of a counting rhyme
Start of instructions for what to do when this puzzle is done
Structure of Chekhov's 'The Cherry Orchard'
Study of the heavens: Abbr.
Subgenre of punk rock
Succeed effortlessly
Suffix with planet
Teensy bit
Thesaurus offering: Abbr.
Think the world of
Thoreau, e.g.
Tire (out)
Traveler's aid, for short
Trick-taking game
Trillionth: Prefix
U.K. counterespionage agcy.
Unleash upon
Victim of Hercules' second labor
Western wolf
With 67- and 97-Across, second part of the instructions
With: Fr.
Young 'un
___ Bay, 1898 battle site
___ chi
Blackthorn pickings
Brings to a boil
Burkina ___
Bygone TV control: Abbr.
Campers, briefly
Capital of Italy
Childish retort
Collaborative Web document
College ___
Comic Charles Nelson ___
Commerce treaty starting 1947
Common hockey power play
Costing a nickel
Court figure
Cyclops' feature
Dish that's often roasted
Dos' followers
Eastern Canadian prov.
Einstein's birthplace
Emissions org.
Experimented too much?
File on an iPod
Final part of instructions
Forecast for improved weather
G.I. addresses
Galilee's locale
Girl's name that's Latin for 'fame'

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