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New York Times crossword of July 27th, 2014 other clues
Subway line
Target, as a football receiver
Telephone line
Throat soother
Tickle Me Elmo maker
Trident-shaped letters
Union gain?
Vinyl-roofed car
Weeper of myth
Work on the docks
___ de Champlain, founder of Quebec
'Double' or 'triple' feat
'I Ain't Marching Anymore' singer/songwriter
'Le Roi d'Ys' composer
'Let ___'
'There's always next time!'
'Me, too!'
'___ calls?'
'___ Eyes' (1975 Eagles hit)
1967 war locale
Affirmative action
Alley org
Almost stop with the head facing the wind, as a ship
Alternative to texted
Astronaut Slayton
Bagel toppers
Baud measurement
Bayer brand
Birthplace of Pres. Polk
Blooming business?
Butler's quarters?
Canola, soybean and peanut
Capt.'s prediction
Car featured in the 'Transformers' movies
Cartier units
Chris who played Mr. Big on 'Sex and the City'
Closing act?
Coastline feature
College in Atherton, Calif
Corner key
Cruise line
Date line
Discontinued gas brand
Discophile's collection
Draft pick
Email virus, power outage, etc
European capital, to natives
Exemplar of indecision
F.D.R.'s Scottie
Fall setting
Famous Amos
Fault line
Finish line
First two words of 'Dixie,' often
Fit of fever
Foreign princes
Formal confession
Former center of Los Angeles
French connection?
Gallic greeting
Good to have around
Govt. security
Gown accessory
Gut feeling?
Had for a meal
Help line
Hogan contemporary
House ___
How an angry dog should be kept
Hunt in 'Mission: Impossible'
I.R.S. form with a line for 'Casualty and Theft Losses'
Initials, in a way
Iraq War danger, for short
Jimmy ___, 'They'll Do It Every Time' cartoonist
Late actor Wallach
Laugh line
Law man
Lets go of
Like one's favorite radio stations, typically
Like the Marx Brothers
Listen here
Longtime baseball union exec Donald
Loudmouth's talk
Maze feature
Name meaning 'born again'
Names hidden in Al Hirschfeld drawings
Old Venetian V.I.P
Only non-Southern state won by the G.O.P. in '64
Org. with the Sullivan Award for character, leadership and sportsmanship
Part of a winning combination
Pathet ___ (old revolutionary group)
PC component
Perfect, e.g
Picture problem
Pitched right over the plate
Played out
Politician's goal
Power line
Put off
Ring leader?
Ring org
Road shoulder
Robert who played filmdom's Mr. Chips
Romance novelist Roberts
San ___, Calif
Sandwiches with toothpicks
Sarcastic retort
Shake off
Small pellets of noodle dough in Jewish cuisine
Some charity events
Some spinners, informally
Something to get over
Spanish 3 + 3
Special somethings
Starch source
Start of an apology
Story line
Stove cover

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