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New York Times crossword of August 3rd, 2003 other clues
'Alice' director, 1990
'Colorado Serenade' and others
'Just for the taste of it' sloganeer
'The nerve!'
'You ___!'
'___ at the office'
1904 Olympics site
A small price to pay
Abbr. in real estate ads
Algebra work
Alice who won an Emmy for 'Bewitched'
All over the media
Baby seat?
Band member
Band-Aid site
Bruin athlete
Certain cookie
Certain cookie
Coin with the image of St. George the Warrior
Company named after its hometown
Counterpart of a speaking fee?
Daily V.I.P.
Deserving a thumbs-up
Digital-display types
Dramatist Fugard
Dwellers along the Bay of Biscay
East Indian sailors
Encourage, in a way
English court
Envelope stuffer
Feel queasy, e.g.
Flanders river
General assembly?
Get battle-ready
Greenfly, e.g.
Head starts
Hero after whom eight U.S. counties are named
Hidden element in this puzzle's theme
High-level course planners?
Idealized view of a parent, say, in psychology
In turmoil
It gets to the point quickly
It may have big ears
It might be mounted in the West
It's classified
John D. MacDonald sleuth Travis ___
Just make, with 'out'
Just so
Kemo ___
Kevin of 'S.N.L.' fame
Kind of probe
Like many fish and mountains
Like some football passes
Like the acid in apples
Like une amie
List part
Los Angeles suburb next to Torrance
Makes flush
Metric liquid meas.
Meyers of 'Kate & Allie'
Milk supplier
Morales of 'La Bamba'
Nascar racer Jarrett
Norse goddess of fate
Noted cave-dweller, informally
Nutritional info
Oil-well capper Red ___
Old jug
On earth
One attacking a colony, maybe
One Israel party leader
One of the Kennedy clan
One who can't cope
Philosopher Watts and others
Pick up
Pier grp.
Port in the Punic Wars
Prefix with lateral
Put on
Rap or country
Recent: Prefix
Refuse to get rid of
Rival of Ajax
Rodin sculpture, with 'The'
Salt pork
Satisfy, in a way
Shawn of the N.B.A.
Some curlicue parts
Sports org. with the Calder Cup
Stage assistant
Stereotypical fraternity member
Sulphur Island, for short
Superlatively festive
Swiped a mink?
Take care of
Take off on
Taliban mullah and others
Tavern owner, e.g.
The Clintons' Buddy, e.g.
They're produced by hives
Ties around the middle
Toe count
Trinity component
Turn ___ profit
Two-time Art Ross Trophy winner
Waggle dancer
Way to go
What an imp never wears
White stuff, in Dundee
Widescreen choice
William Kennedy Pulitzer-winning novel
Woman's marriage gift: Var.
Yearbook inkers: Abbr.
Zoo critter
___ Cayes, Haiti
___ chairman
___ soi (at home): Fr.
___ the Great, juvenile detective
___ Tiago (one of the Cape Verde islands)
___ Tour

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