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New York Times crossword of August 1st, 2004 other clues
'I told you so!'
'Soul Food' actress, 1997
'The Fog of War' director Morris
'You've gotta be kidding!'
... and later lost the election in key ___
... and ___ ...
14 years before the Magna Carta
1990's Indian P.M.
A black key
A small dose: Abbr.
Actress Carrere
Addams Family cousin
Adjective with chance or fortune
Archaeological enterprise
Army of the Potomac commander, 1863-65
As loud as possible, in music
Astin of 'Lord of the Rings'
At the convention the candidate ___ ...
Avis adjective
B & B
Bad business partner
Bad reception
Bad: Prefix
Bana who played the Incredible Hulk in film
Bank contents
Big overhead?
Big ox
Bill: Fr.
Block legally
Blue matter
Brecht collaborator
Broken down
Brooks from Tulsa
Call on
Certain security, briefly
Cy Young Award winner Mike Scott, for one
Do little
Does a job for parents, maybe
Drink from India
Early times, for short
Emporium suffix
Encouraging word
Expensively decorated
False flattery
First word of 'Wooly Bully'
Frigid finish
Funds ran low in the candidate's ___
Get in shape
Get rid of
Greek house
Having a line of symmetry
High country
In the box
Indian tourist city
Influence, slangily
Informal assent
It may be political
It's hot in Cannes
It's watched in Ont.
Japanese Beatle?
Large, in commercial lingo
Leave home
Legendary luster
Like a new dollar bill
Like some monuments
List ender
Looks up to
Lose on purpose
Madrid daily
Make a quick left, say
Make over
Medicine watchdog grp.
More than 70% of its exports are fish: Abbr.
North of Virginia
Old Dodge
One of the Fitzgeralds
Opposite of dia
P.O. piece
Pampering places
Preceder of Alamos or Altos
Prefix with state
QB Manning
Record exec Gotti
Relative of a gull
Repeated interjection in the Rolling Stones' 'Miss You'
Service charge
Shade of green
Shoddy goods
Shoebox letters
Shop that fixes collision damage
Short order, for short
Show as an encore
Sinus specialist, briefly
Slate and Salon
Soft ball material
Some coll. seniors take them
Some summer babies
Something flipped
Spanish saint
Spenser player on TV
Square dance partner
State with two time zones: Abbr.
Stock market figs.
Subject of the documentary 'As I Was Saying'
Sullivan had a really big one
Teatro Costanzi debut of 1900
The candidate called reporters in for a ___
The candidate tried to cover it up and was ___
The candidate was accused of having a ___
The New Yorker cartoonist Edward
They're taken in court
Tiny fraction of time: Abbr.
Tool for melons
Tourist center's name
Trump, e.g.
Type widths
Victory: Ger.
Way up
Word before 'were'
Words after duke or shout
Wrapped up with
Zeno's home
___ nova

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