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New York Times crossword of August 16th, 2015 other clues
'Aw, c'mon'
'Same here'
'Show me' type
'Stop your nonsense!'
'That's the way the cookie crumbles'
'The Two Towers' denizen
'Two New Sciences' author
'You're ___ One, Mr. Grinch'
'___ seen enough!'
*Carpenter's tool with a cord
*Challenge for a right-handed golfer
*Deep Throat's identity
*Dr. Seuss' genre
*Pricey wrap
*Start a construction project
*Tom Seaver, e.g
*Triple Crown winner who himself sired a Kentucky Derby winner
*W.W. II propagandist
Actress Diana nicknamed the 'Blonde Bombshell'
Al Jolson standard
At 3,000 feet above sea level, the highest provincial capital in Italy
Back then ... or a hint to the ends of the answers to the starred clues
Black rock
Black ___
Bone: Prefix
Brings up
Budgetary excess
Catch in the North Atlantic
Coal locale
Comment before 'Be that way!'
Cooker with a dial
Crib strip
D.C. ballplayer
Danish king who conquered England
Different rooms in a museum, maybe
Dirt pie ingredient
Dodger manager with two World Series rings
Drink with spices
Features of green rooms
Fed. property agency
French act
Funny-car fuel, informally
Gaping things
Giggle syllable
Giovanni, in 'Don Giovanni'
Google Wallet alternative
Grieg's '___ Death'
Half a Beatles title
Having no head
Hedge clippings, grass cuttings, etc
Holy Land line
Household brand name with a lowercase first letter
Ideal setting for a fan
Impressed with
In the know
In the mail
Irving protagonist
Island near the Mariana Trench
It may be lined with mailboxes: Abbr
It's worth 100 smackers
Jacques who was 'alive and well and living in Paris'
John McCain, for one
Kind of switch
Köln coin
Letter-shaped girder
Like 'Annabel Lee' among all Poe poems
Like the telecast of the 1954 Rose Bowl parade, notably
Low voices
Lower chamber
Luxury Hyundai
Mario who played Enrico Caruso
Morales of 'La Bamba'
Mysterious sighting
N., E., W. and S
New faces
Newsman David
On the ___ (at large)
Ones holding hands?
Oscar-nominated Joaquin Phoenix film
Pad thai ingredient
Patisserie buy
Pit bull biter
Places for light gatherings?
Plants above the timberline
Poe poem
Prefix with state
Pueblo Indian rite
Put on board
Rejecting higher authority?
Relative of the Contour Plus
Release to the public, informally
River through Bristol
Rogen and Green
Russo of '30-Down'
Save up
See 89-Down
Seminary subj
Shout from the crow's-nest
Skin conditioners
Slimming surgery, informally
Some campaign purchases
Some stadium noise
Songstress Eydie
Sounds of scolding
Sports org. with the teams Sun and Sky
Stamping need
Stars, at the Forum
Strong sideless wagon
Suit to ___
Sunken, as eyes
They hover over some icons
Thumbs-up vote
Tough going
U.S.'s largest labor union, in brief
Very cold
Village V.I.P
Violins and violas: Abbr
When repeated, an aerobics class cry
White-tailed raptor
Wielder of the hammer Mjölnir
With 27-Down, firm figure: Abbr
With understatedness
___ bar
___ cake (dim sum staple)
___ Hall, shortest Harlem Globetrotter
___ Macmillan, 1950s-'60s British P.M
___ shake

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