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New York Times crossword of July 11th, 2004 other clues
'Blondie' dog and others
'Everything's under control'
'On the house'
'___ hooks' (crate sign)
'___ well'
1.85 kilometers/hour
2001 Economics Nobelist Michael ___
2001 film for which Jim Broadbent was named Best Supporting Actor
Adoption agcy.?
Auto introduced in 1928
Battery brand
Big rubber exporter
Buckeye sch.
Certain Sooner
Closely monitored hosp. areas
Cold-blooded ones
College units
Cookie holders
Cuban patriot José
Dallas five
Dense fog
Do some restaurant work
Dramatic procession
Dust picker-upper
Euclidean subj.
Farm work
Fathers and grandfathers
Fencing move
French schools
Gets the mood of
Go on a lucky streak
Goes ahead
Growing old
Gymnastics coach Karolyi
Have an accident with a vacuum and a household pet?
He has manors
Hogan dweller
Holes in the head
Home of the Alhambra
How Desi kept track of his daughter?
I do's, e.g.
Impertinent relation?
Important, in a way
In bounds
In perfect condition
It's in a blind
It's in the winter air
It's licked on a stick
Its last mission was #17
Kidded around
Kyoto treaty subj.
Lacy frills
Large pipes
Like some biology majors
Long time
Loughlin of 'Full House'
Mad ones are bad
Makes sacrifices on behalf of a telecommunications company?
Malign the labor movement?
Monopoly purchases
More highfalutin
Most likely to stop at a mirror
News subjects
Off one's game
One of Alcott's 'Little Men'
One ___ (kids' game)
Ones doing art finishing
Pac 10 gossip column?
Part of a racetrack
Partner of Evans in journalism
Place for rings
Plastic for beer bottles?
Popular insecticide
Prefix with plasm
Property seller
Psychologist Piaget
Pulitzer Prize dramatist Tad
Puts down, in brief
Relative of a Winnebago
Repaired, as roads
Response to an awful pun made by actress York?
Result of a certain sacrifice, for short
Reward, as a dog
Risked a fine
Rock musician Brian
Sailboat poles
Secret store
See 44-Across
Semisweet sherry
Serving from a garçon
Severe form, as of an illness
Shooter Adams
Slightly sour
Smallville family
Soft stuff
Some Xing crossers
Spotted insect
Subj. that's for the birds
Summons from the boss
Talked up
Taper, for short
Tennis champion Roddick
The 'g' in e.g.
U.S.N. clerk: Abbr.
University associated with the Carter Center
Used as sustenance
Verb with thou
W.W. II nickname
Weapon handle
Wee ___ (small fry)
West ender?
What goes around
Where to get down
With 43-Across, comic book superhero
Working on commission
Young and Simon
___ Field, where the Rockies play
___ Gay (W.W. II plane)
___ Hari
___ platter

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