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New York Times crossword of August 14th, 2019 other clues
Not much
Mulligan, in golf
Spice added to apple cider
Cameo, for one
Sheik ... or his mount
Be overly protective
Casserole dish in a trattoria
Broadcaster's alert
Upstate New York area where 63-Across was held
Boy soprano in a Menotti opera
"___ sells seashells ..."
Cause of shore erosion
A few lines on one's Twitter profile, say
Repeated cry from Richard III, in Shakespeare
Singing syllable
West Coast city with a popular pier
"___ God" (2013 Eminem hit)
J.F.K. or L.B.J.: Abbr.
Burton of "Roots"
Be a cast member of
Looked shocked, maybe
See 31-Down
Structures in some old town squares
Showy neckwear
Mother ___
TV pundit Navarro
Tiny inheritance?
"What ___ the odds?"
Less mannerly
Interviewee, maybe
Formal (and maybe overly dramatic) goodbye
Iconic August 1969 music festival, four of whose performers appear in the answers to 17-, 36-, 46- and 55-Across
Intolerant sort
Comprehensive, in ed-speak
School with the motto "Lux et veritas"
Symbol of control
Wall St. pro
Showy neckwear
Get a bite?
Michael ___ Dyson, author on race, politics and culture
Contents of spreadsheets
Closing statements?
Some mixed martial arts grips
Actress Anderson
___ Office
Bridal wear
Goes amiss
FedEx alternative
What opposites may do
One-in-a-million save, say
Item that might be packed for a foreign trip
Architect Jones
Capital whose name derives from the Ojibwa word for "traders"
With 45-Across, low draw in soccer
Competed with
Like a triangle with unequal sides
In the past
Holes out on the green
Poplar variety
Finish, as a cake
Hoover has one named for him
Infield shield
Idiomatic setting for a dirty mind
QB-turned-football exec John
Hosp. staffers
Biting comments
Keatsian, e.g.
Nickname for Angel Stadium, with "the"
Very long time
Wood shaper
Yell with an accent
Greek X
Many wedding guests

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