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New York Times crossword of August 2nd, 2004 other clues
'Dear old' family member
'French' dog
'I'm ready to leave'
'Thanks, Pierre!'
'The only thing we have to fear is fear ___': F.D.R.
'___ Grit' (John Wayne film)
A.A.A. recommendations: Abbr.
Agenda details
Ball field covering
Bradley or Sharif
Bright and breezy
Britannica, for one: Abbr.
Buffalo's lake
Campaign funders, for short
Caught sight of
City that Fred Astaire was 'flying down to' in a 1934 hit
Commercial prefix with Lodge
Delighted
Disney World attraction
Down Under bird
Fly like an eagle
Genesis twin
Goatee's locale
Gradual absorption method
Gumbo vegetable
Habitual tipplers
Having no commandment?
Having no entryways?
Having no typeset letters?
Having no vision?
Hiker's path
Hold back
How some ham sandwiches are made
In a moment
Injection selection
Inkling
Intel product
Istanbul resident
It goes around the world
Jogs
Left on a map
Letter after theta
Looks sullen
Mall component
Mississippi River explorer
Modify to particular conditions
Motionless
Museum guide
Number between dos and cuatro
Opposite of whole, milkwise
Plopped down again
Poetic palindrome
Poseidon's domain
Prairie homes
Prince Valiant's wife
Put in the hold
Quaker ___
Ran amok
Santa's little helper
Saucy
Squeal (on)
Still in the out-box, as mail
Stocking shade
Submarine danger
Taj Mahal locale
The first part missing in the author's name ___ Vargas ___
The second part missing in the author's name ___ Vargas ___
Time for eggnog
Tributary
Typesetting mark
Weird
Where to watch whales in Massachusetts, with 'the'
Word before Nevada or Leone
Writer John Dickson ___
___ standstill (motionless)

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