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Lust and envy, for two crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of August 5th, 2009 other clues
'Mamma Mia' quartet
'That's it!'
'This ___ joke!'
'Who am ___ say?'
'___ Enchanted' (Anne Hathaway movie)
Affleck/Lopez as a tabloid twosome
America's so-called Third Coast
Ballet bend
Blackboard accessories
Booth Tarkington title tween
Brainstorming result, perhaps
Character known for exclaiming the first words of 20-, 28- and 46-Across
Clearance rack words
Clementine's shoe size
Closely related
Crèche trio
Did a dog trick
Disposable cleaning aid
Early Beatle Sutcliffe
Ex-governor Palin
Fashion inits.
Father of Goneril
Film critic Pauline
First few bars
Form of a well-thrown pigskin
Gray no more, say
Hero maker's aid
Huge quantities
Hunky sort
Important plant in alternative medicine
Item with a magnetic strip, nowadays
Japanese sliding screen
Largish combos
Like Bill O'Reilly's 'zone' on Fox News
Like certain sums
Longtime CBS boss William
Many an autobiographer's need
Mattel's Princess of Power
Mother's cry at a dinner table
Mrs. Dithers in the comics
Oklahoma's ___ Tree National golf course
On edge
One who must be above suspicion, in a saying
One who tries
Ones in high places
Original Luddite ___ Ludd
Out of order, in a way
Perfect Sleeper maker
Pet welfare org.
Playboy or Playgirl-caliber model
Post-it component
Prefix with normal
Racy reading
Rain cats and dogs
Range extending to the Arctic Ocean
Refuse to grant
Renault 5, in North America
Roget offerings: Abbr.
Singer with the 1994 #1 hit 'Bump N' Grind'
St. Peter's, e.g.
Tyler of 'The Incredible Hulk'
Unit of purity
Wack job
Wack job
What Hail Mary passes rarely result in, briefly
Whole bunch
Y. A. known for well-thrown pigskins
___-Ball (game on an incline)

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