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New York Times crossword of August 17th, 2002 other clues
Alley ___
Anatomical parts that touch, as eyelids to eyeballs
Break down
Country standard
Creation at the Creation
Cult leader in 1993 news
Damsel-in-distress tale, maybe
Dante translator John
Donald Duck's nephews, e.g.
Fails to take action
Female antelope
Female spider's creation
Fiddle duet?
French cordial flavoring
House keepers
In this localité
It's attractive
Kind of pad
Kind of proprietor
Major recessions affect them
Motor attachment
No Tony nominee, surely
Océano feeder
One may be fair
One may have chips
One of the Maverick brothers
Peace Nobelist Cassin
Prefix with sphere
'Her ___' (song from 'Miss Saigon')
'She's Gotta Have It' girl
'The Praise of Chimney-Sweepers' essayist
'Where Eagles Dare' novelist
'___ Perpetua' (Idaho's motto)
50-Across, in Hebrew
'East of Eden' character
Renaissance patron
Ride simulator of a sort
Rook's call
Rum drink
Sacred object in ancient Egypt
See 31-Across
Sheep follower
Significant other
Slangy intensifier
Splits, old-style
Stocking, sometimes
Stowe slave
Study, say
The second Mrs. Sinatra
The third Mrs. Sinatra
They may be massaged
Use a booth, perhaps
What a colon may mean
When repeated, extreme
With 13-Down, they may include taste tests
Words after woe
Y provision
___ chance

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