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New York Times crossword of August 7th, 2019 other clues
Sit in the cellar, say
Yellow citrus fruit used in Japanese cuisine
Livener of an empty wall
Urge on
Alert for a distracted driver
Battle between Giants and Titans, maybe
Summer hat
Louis ___, South Africa's first P.M.
Certain German wheels, informally
"Language" that explains the answers to the six starred clues
Added a comment, with "in"
Low-grade liquor
Ali Baba, for one
Eau, across the Pyrenees
Talk to loudly
Troupe grp.
Indiana hoopsters
Absinthe flavor
"Today" network
Main component of a crab shell
"See what I'm talkin' 'bout?"
Something to roll over, for short
Latvia's capital
Finish (up)
Daughter of Cronus
Hallucinogenic inits.
Many a flower girl
___ mama (rum drink)
Hard drive, essentially
Sides of some buses
Gemology unit
Ready to turn in
Vegas opener?
"That's the spot!"
"I'm off!"
Grader's tool
Oslo Accords grp.
Kazakhstan's ___ Sea
Habitat for alligators and crawdads
"Talking" tree of a Tennyson poem
*Futuristic film of 1982
___ Sports (March Madness broadcaster)
Celestial circles
Places to stay
"Message received"
National sport of South Korea
High on the Scoville scale
Cover completely
Bill-blocking vote
Fashion designer Sui
Like an inner tube
Go for the gold?
One-named singer with four Grammys
*Lay waste to
In the vicinity of
"Law & Order" figs.
It may be roaming overseas
Take too much of, briefly
Record of a single year
Brewer's supply
Many a bike lock, essentially
Conceptual framework
Regular at Waikiki, e.g.
Slangy "What if ..."
Rice-shaped pasta
"The Taming of the Shrew" setting
Nail-biters during March Madness

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