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New York Times crossword of August 7th, 1997 other clues
Taps producer
Test site
Toast at mealtime
Twisted path
Vie against Shaq
Wee hour
World leader, 1961-71
Yorick's skull, for one
___ de mer
___ green
___ Office
___ Royal Majesty
'Excuse me'
'Oh, bother!'
Aim, e.g.
'___, right'
Actress Verdugo
Bar offering
Best-selling picture book of the 70's
Big buildup
Brief outline
Cardinal insignia
City on the Swan river
Computer acronym
Cone-shaped heaters
Dentist's prefix
Dept. of Labor division
Dickens's Mr. Pecksniff
Econ. stat
Familiar with
Football Hall-of-Famer Jim
Infamous 1972 hurricane
It can create a stir
It can move a star
Item on a sub
Jellystone Park denizen
Last word before the gavel hits
Like some seals
Lively dances
Long Island town, site of the Brookhaven Laboratory
Loser to Chamorro in 1990
Memorable lines
Mrs. Charles Chaplin
Not a picky eater
Old-time actress ___ May Oliver
Org. with a secretary general
Painting the town red
Pastoral sound
Periods of mania
Pesky fly
Physics particle
Poolside sights
Popular middle name
Prank starter
Program offerer
Pulitzer category
Quite limber
Return mailer: Abbr.
Rock singer Carmen
Rosemary, for one
Scout's work
Sign of affection
Sports org. based in Boulder, Colo.
Succotash ingredient

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