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New York Times crossword of August 13th, 2006 other clues
1939 Best Picture nominee banned in the Soviet Union
1990's Senate majority leader
Actress Gershon
Alpine sight
As well
Attorney's advice
Barbara on the cover of 15 TV Guides
Biological rings
Bit of a comic
Brussels-to-Amsterdam dir.
Building contractor's study
Capital of Belarus
Chou En-___
Continental abbr.
Crosswords, say
Daily ___, 'Spider-Man' newspaper
Damned doctor
Ending with cash
Fall behind
Fee follower
Figure (out)
Fill up
Film executive Harry and others
First two words of 'Waltzing Matilda'
Folk duo ___ & Sylvia
Football positions: Abbr.
Former Span. money
Newsman Potter and others
Nice ones
Old man of the sea, to Homer
Ones getting coll. counseling, maybe
Peter the Great's co-czar
Pioneering German auto
Pitch in
Plastic surgeon's target
Porcelain piece
Prot., for example
Quiet, now
Ratio phrase
Record producer ___ Adler
River to the Danube
Run the show
Satellite counterpart
Scandinavian language, to natives
Setting for part of Kerouac's 'On the Road'
Seven ___
Show utter disrespect to
Sight near an igloo
Singer Marilyn
Singing syllable
Some college staff
Some takeout
Something a bride may have
French Dadaist
French West Indies isle, informally
Go with
Good relations
Grp. with balls and strikes
Hardly raining?
Harry Bailly, in 'The Canterbury Tales'
Healthy amount
Hot and heavy, e.g.: Abbr.
How 265-pound football Hall-of-Famer Larry Little was named?
How chicken à la king may be served
How Holmes beat Ali in '80
Iced, with 'up'
In the main
Its logo is five rings: Abbr.
Its logo is four rings
Kind of race
Kind of symbol
Kiss, in 'Harry Potter'
Knick rival
Lab safety org.?
Language whose name means 'army'
Latin 101 verb
Lee of the old Milwaukee Braves
Legal hearing
Like Larry of the Three Stooges, surprisingly
Look inside
Mach 1 passer
Make ___ for it
Milk purchases: Abbr.
Mountain West conference team
My dear man
Nav. designation
Neighbor of Rom.
'Just ___!'
#26 of 26
'A seductive liar': George W. Ball
'Apollo 13' actor
'Don't Bring Me Down' grp., 1979
'Gotta catch 'em all!' sloganeer
'Mission: Impossible' types
*1970's-80's TV villain
*Deceased writer whose work was the basis for a hit 2005 film
*Discount brokerage formed in 1996
*It provided tires for Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis
*It was retired in 2005
*Kids' cookie makers, informally
*Measure of brightness
*Not for everyone
*QB who was the 1963 Player of the Year
*Site of a famous drawing?
*World order
*Writer who coined the word 'booboisie'
Something in France
Spy, at times
Symbol of perfection
The Runnin' Rebels, for short
These provide relief
Treat as a villain
Tree that's a symbol of sorrow
Truth, old-style
University of North Carolina
What Indiana once pursued
Year Chaucer died
Zenith rival
___ blue streak
___ boost
___Kosh B'Gosh

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