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Hidden away crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of August 7th, 2001 other clues
'Besides that ...'
'Get lost!'
'Get lost!'
'I dropped it!'
'M*A*S*H' setting
'M*A*S*H' setting
1969 Shirley MacLaine musical
54-Across logo
A zillion
A zillion
Add a lane to, say
Afternoon socials
All thumbs
All thumbs
Ancient marketplace
Ancient marketplace
Antenna type
Assayers' samples
Bat's navigation aid
Beany's TV friend
Biblical spy
Blended family member
Brownie ___ (things to earn)
Bummed around
Classic toothpaste brand
Countless years
Currier's partner
Currier's partner
Desecrate
Dig (for)
Does origami
Fizzler
Flat floater
Gets wet up to the ankles
Give confidence to
Give confidence to
Give or take
Give or take
Has a late meal
Israeli money
Julia's Oscar-winning role
Lakefront home feature
Letterman's network
Letterman's network
Like a recluse
Like Santa's cheeks
Lot in life
LP flaw
Maps out
Merino mother
Merino mother
Milano moolah
Milano moolah
Miss Horne
Mother of Helen of Troy
Mother of Helen of Troy
Needing straightening
New Boy Scout
Niagara River source
No longer in vogue
Norm: Abbr.
Norm: Abbr.
Off-the-wall
Off-the-wall
Old wedding vows word
PC 'brain'
PC pictograph
Pedestal topper
Pluto or auto ending
Protect, in a way
Pulitzer winner James
Pulitzer winner James
Rob Roy need
Sgt., for one
Sgt., for one
Shark or T. rex
Shirt with a reptilian logo
Sonata finale
Stressful spots
Swing in the breeze
Tabloid fliers
Tarragon or chervil
Tell a whopper
Tell a whopper
Think tank nuggets
Think tank nuggets
Torturer's tool
Totally gone
Type of goose
Wing it, musically
Word that can follow the ends of 17-, 26-, 43- and 58-Across
Work without ___ (take risks)
Wrestling hold
___ Knight
___-Rooter
___-Rooter

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