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New York Times crossword of August 4th, 2002 other clues
'Cool' ones
'Ad Astra per ___' (Kansas' motto)
'Battle Cry' novelist
'Cheers' regular
'Comin' ___ the Rye'
'Goodbye' and 'amen,' usually
'O, gie me the ___ that has acres o' charms': Burns
'Soap,' for one
1/2 fluid oz.
1967 hit that begins 'You know that it would be untrue'
52-Down gear
Alternative to draw
Antarctic penguin
Antipoverty agcy.
Archaeologist's prize
Author Marsh
Author Wiesel
Big name in watches
Bone: Prefix
Bout of indulgence
Breaks up hurriedly
Brief denial
By that reasoning
Cab Calloway catchphrase
Carlo Levi's novel town
CD finale?
Classic bank giveaway
Cool, once
Lucky, so to speak
Middle management title
Moo ___ pork
More suitable for Robert Ripley
Morning glory aid
Musical comedy of 1947
Myrrh, for one
Not be just warm
Not teetotalers
Number of bulbs
Oft-quoted athlete
Old agricultural letters
Old-fashioned 'Yippee!'
Part of a jet
Part of a spur
Pear type
Person with answers
Poor drainage area
Publishers' hirees, for short
Pull down
Race of Norse gods
Relatives of calories: Abbr.
Ritz, e.g., to Brits
Country whose official language is Dzongkha
Cousin of 'Hasta luego'
Cup of café
Days ___ (business chain)
Desk item
Did not stir
Ecological group
English poet who wrote 'Lady Jane Grey'
Fast one, for short
Film director Hal
French article
French pal
Geococcyx californianus
Geometric sets
Go preceder
Going ___
Harper of 'Tender Mercies'
Has the ingredients, with 'of'
Historian's interest
Home Depot rival
Inscribed stone, maybe
Ireland's De Valera
Isaac Asimov, notably
It's received at a warehouse
Italian suffix
K-19, for one
Kind of hall
Kind of mail
Lead-in to 'Five Dollars' and 'Sixpence' in song titles
Like a couch potato
Like default figures
Long for, with 'to'
Lose ignominiously, in slang
River to the Elbe
Rodeo sight
Roof style
Sad sounds
Sap sucker
Singer Lopez
Stravinsky ballet
Structural piece
Suffix with magnet
Taliban leader
Tea brand since 1892
That, to an hombre
The New York Nets were its last champs: Abbr.
They played Ricky Nelson and Bobby Darin
Three-toed bird
Ticked off
Tolstoy heroine
Trafalgar Square honoree
Trigger, e.g.
Turned state's evidence
TV exec's work
Washington or Phoenix
Went out
William Cowper composition
Woman in Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'
Word before and after 'over'
Word repeated in a French Hamlet's soliloquy
Yearn (for)
___ polloi

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