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New York Times crossword of August 26th, 2018 other clues
'Alas ...'
'Bridesmaids' co-star
'Harlequin's Carnival' painter
'I can't talk now'
'I'll take that as ___'
'Nature is the ___ of God': Dante
'Why should ___?'
'Zip it!'
1836 siege setting
Alternative to grass
Annual sporting event that is this puzzle's theme
Blue hue
Whole host
Bourbon Street's locale, informally
Broadway's Cariou
Canapé topper
Candidate for rehab
When the diet starts, perhaps
Drip, drip, drip
Lion or tiger
Returned to earth?
Dweller along the Bering Sea
Locale for Charlie Chan
Vegetable or pasta, e.g
Emotionally detached
Location of 59-Across
Win every game
Lot of back and forth?
Rod who was the 1977 A.L. M.V.P
Louisville standout
Rugged, as a landscape
Low soccer score
Saskatchewan native
Underwater workplaces
Film-related anagram of AMERICAN
Many a presidential hopeful: Abbr
Security agreement
First and last black key on a standard piano
Metal fastener
Something to live for
First name on the high bench
Vox V.I.P.s
Much TV fare during the wee hours
Sophocles tragedy
Fit to be tied
Muslim holy men
Spectators' area
Flowchart symbol
Navel formation?
NBC hit since '75
Utterly uninspiring
Follower of deuce
Square dance maneuver
Nellie who wrote 'Ten Days in a Mad-House'
Food with an unfortunate-sounding last two syllables
Stadium name near Citi Field
Not for keeps
Force (into)
Standard info on stationery nowadays
Not renewed
Stingy sort?
Number on a trophy
The 'L' of L.C.D
One at home, informally
The Eagles, on scoreboards
One of a well-known septet
Certain corp. takeover
Gas type: Abbr
Things found in clogs
One of four on the annual tennis calendar
Chaney of silents
Genius Bar employees
Three-person card game
One way to answer a server?
U. of Md. player
City grid: Abbr
Get further mileage from
Time to vote: Abbr
Oscar-nominated George of 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'
City in Iraq's Sunni Triangle
Towers over
Oscar-winning film of 1984
Clear the air?
Wittily insults
How the Quran is written
Winning words
Code you don't want to break
Outside: Prefix
Wordsmith Peter Mark ___
College in Boston
Ingredient in a Dark 'n' Stormy
Computer command
Inits. in 2010 news
Part of U.S.T.A.: Abbr
Computer key
It represents you
Pérignon, for one
Conjunction in the Postal Service creed
It's meant to be
Place for a prize ceremony
Italian car, informally
Point of no return?
Dating profile section
James ___, Belgian painter in the movement Les XX
Proficient in
Jungle predator
Purchases at tire shops
Designer inits
Lead-in to 'Man,' 'Woman' or 'Fool' in Top 40 hits
Really fancy
Treasure map markers
Designer Jacobs
Lead-in to boy or girl
Really green
Do well with
Lead-in to line
Red Sox Hall-of-Famer, to fans
Dreams up

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