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New York Times crossword of August 29th, 2014 other clues
Travel options: Abbr
W. Coast airport one might think has poor security?
Whaler's direction?
Word with wall or tower
Words following an understatement
Year Bush was re-elected
Angela Lansbury, e.g
'Count me in'
'Don't worry ...'
'Miss Julie' composer, 1965
'South Pacific' girl
12-Down, often
Answer, quickly
Anti-Mafia measure, briefly
As surplus
Bo Jackson was one in '89
Bo Jackson was one in '89
Budgetary concern
Code often used for take-home tests
Cool red giant
Costa ___
Cousin of a donkey
Department store chain founder
Doc Savage portrayer
Eliot title surname
ESPN analyst Garciaparra
Fighting Tigers' sch
Football Hall-of-Famer Tunnell
Group sharing a culture
He played John Glenn in 1983 and John McCain in 2012
Host of 1950s TV's 'Bank on the Stars'
In-flight calls?
Inn stock
Juice source for a trendy drink
Kiwi's companion
Kroger alternative
Like big hair, often
Like un bébé
Longtime Laker Lamar
Longtime N.F.L. coach whose name is French for 'the handsome'
Mark the start of
Mark, as a survey square
Means of furtive escape
Middle-earth baddie
Mideast's Gulf of ___
Natural rock climber
Neighbor of Georgia
Neighbor of St. Kitts
Not unhinged
Notable lifelong bachelor in U.S. history
One expected to get beaten
Ordinary person
Played like Bird or Trane
Player of Fin Tutuola on TV
Political theorist Carl
Poll Internet users on, perhaps
Ray often seen over a range
Relocation transportation
Response to an insult
Salon job
Short order?
Sieves, in a way
Singer known as 'La Divina'
Soprano Grist
Steinway competitor
Suitable job?
Summed up
Symbol of sentimentality
The world, to a go-getter?
Travel option: Abbr

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