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New York Times crossword of August 13th, 2002 other clues
Helps, as a memory
Hertz offering
Irish port near Killarney
Marvel Comics group
Mechanical impossibility
Member of a secret order
Musical artiste
Nobelist Wiesel
On ___ (like some jobs)
Person with a chest pad
Possible solution
Posthumous donation
Put on TV
Readily available
Renaissance instrument
Say sharply
See 61-Across
Send out
Sheep's cry
Sic a lawyer on
Simple folk
Singer Guthrie
Singer/activist Joan
String section member
Subject of a Sophocles tragedy
Subsists (on)
Thinks out loud
Treaded surfaces
TV genie portrayer
Video's counterpart
'An Officer and a Gentleman' hero
'Good heavens!'
'I agree completely!'
'Just ___ thought!'
'Of all the luck!'
'Well, I ___!'
1996 horror film with sequels
Acted badly
Actress Pitts of old films
Aid to the stumped
Alfred E. Neuman expression
Always with an apostrophe
Ammonia derivative
Amorous entanglement
Annoyance for dwellers near airports
Ballet Russe star Pavlova
Bank (on)
Barbershop sound
Beachgoer's goal
Blouse, e.g.
Bond's 'Casino Royale' foe
British P.M. under George III
Campus offices: Abbr.
Cheerleaders' finale, often
Clearasil target
Clothing label designation
Colorado native
Dernier ___
Discipline that uses koans
Exploitative type
Eye opening for a squint
Fairy tale opener
Fireplace tools
Game with 'Draw Two' cards
German automaker
Govt. initiative
Waterfront sight
With 40-Down, seat of Orange County, Calif.
Without inflection or feeling

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