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New York Times crossword of July 21st, 2010 other clues
Bibliographic abbr.
Brass component
Chip or two, maybe
Dreamworks's first animated film
Editors' marks
End of a boast
Experience a mondegreen, e.g.
Filmdom's Willy, for one
Flirtatious one
French bean?
French bench
French cup
Genesis man
Gives the thumbs-up
Information superhighway
It's ultimate
Lacking spice
Like bueno but not buena: Abbr.
Like J in the alphabet
Lover's woe ... or something found, literally, in the 4th, 5th, 8th and 11th rows of this puzzle
Lower class in '1984'
Made tidy, in a way
Make a sweater, say
Maryland athlete, for short
___ carte
Metric prefix
Of this world
Painter Paul
Pitcher Derek
Place to put a bud
Poem with approximately 16,000 lines
Poet/illustrator Silverstein
Pretty vistas, for short
Protegé, for one
Real knee-slapper
Rip into
Rope for pulling a sail
SAT taker, e.g.
See 53-Down
Sends by UPS, say
Singer Jones
Site of some rock shows
Slow alternative to I-95
Subject of many Georgia O'Keeffe paintings
Suffix with Brooklyn
The Greatest
They're often eaten with applesauce
Uh-Oh! ___ (Nabisco product)
Video shooter, for short
When doubled, popular 1980s-'90s British sitcom
Where many a veteran has served
With 45-Across, largest city in California's wine country
Woman's name meaning 'weary' in Hebrew
Word before and after 'for'
'At Last' singer James
'Cool beans!'
'Impression, Sunrise' painter
A heap
Agenda unit
Airport info: Abbr.
Alexander the Great conquered it ca. 335 B.C.
Appendices with some studies
Bard's 'below'

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