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NewsDay crossword of August 5th, 2017 other clues
Bunches of bees and blackbirds
Response to a skeptic
Unbelted attire
Last long
Rhapsodizes over
Least flashy
City where Pasteur was a college dean
Roulette table transaction
Venerable beer brewer
Logical gap
Collar attachment
Sardine cousin
Wakefulness indicator on EEGs
Made like trundle beds
Side of a case
Weed source of pollen for honeybees
Mideast capital
Sign based on a Herculean labor
Wins big, with ''up''
Conceptual framework
Nebulous rumor source
Some external adipose tissue
''Orbital battleship'' video game
Without hysteria
Date-night destinations, perhaps
No longer benched
Something seen from Milan
Word from Middle French for ''light brown''
Device much used in ''Huckleberry Finn''
No nag
Southwestern Queso brand
__ money
Northern Irish city
Spark good feelings
Entertaining, often
Stop quibbling
Not cool
Errant, as some drives
Stubborn pair in a Seuss story
''Ad majorem __ gloriam'' (Jesuit motto)
Far from bountiful
43 Down genre
Subjects of much nutritional research
''The English Patient'' nurse
Fixes (into)
Super charge
Obstetric aide
Focus of many cities' spring festivals
Surname that sounds like a newspaper
''__ pity scarce can wish it less!'': Byron
Particulate collection
Hardboiled novel stock character
They're bound to be refined
Ability to work
Pick up somehow
They're often said with raised hands
Aid offer
Postgame report of a sort
Introducer of 1-800-COLLECT
Trade in the ''Daily Mail''
Big name in Lincoln Continental history
Regular in tanks
Jelly spread with hors d'oeuvres
Traditional hula-skirt material
Billy Graham, by birth

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