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New York Times crossword of August 26th, 2017 other clues
'Fine, you win!'
'How's the food?'
'The Warm Heart of Africa'
'Um ... I'm standing right here!'
1998 Disney princess
Advice for a wannabe loser
Alchemist's starting point
As thick as thieves
Bank of America competitor
Be successful, as a proposal
Be super-angry
Big shot
Birthday visitors?
Blue shades
Butt heads
Careful workers, briefly?
Cedar Revolution locale
Chip, e.g
Crucial time for network execs
Cry after a vacation
Cry of frustration
Daniels who adapted 'The Office' for NBC
Does some kitchen prep
English setter, e.g
Exotic salad ingredient
Explosive theory?
Filled with desire
Former laptop line
Forum icons
Germany and Japan, once
Grateful Dead bassist Phil
Grp. that doesn't cover the self-employed
Identify online
Introduction to science?
It hurts when you rub it in
It was cool in the '40s
Like some exclusive contracts
Literary hero who gets resurrected
Longtime radio D.J
Many an online nuisance
Medical marijuana is one
N.C.A.A.'s St. ___ Oles
Nursing is a key component of it
One might be embedded
Orchestra section
Pentathlon event
Phrase used as a basic tenet of improv comedy
PIN point
President's personal aide
PV = k, to a physicist
Resolved to do
Scold and then some
Some office openings
Start hopping
Storied party host
Woman's name that becomes a man's name when its first letter is added to the end
Work one's fingers to the bone
Worm's-___ view
___ club
___ fair

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