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New York Times crossword of July 27th, 2002 other clues
Any one of the Magi
'Few love to hear the ___ they love to act': Shak.
'Revolution From Within' author
'___ Lay Me Down' (1995 hit)
35-Across, e.g.
A social sci.
Balance keeper?
Best-selected
Blackout
Buddha's sermons
Centimeter-gram-second unit
Chowderhead
Cruising stat.
Detailed account
Don't quit
Early recording star Spencer
Falderal
Fastens (down)
Feel excited, say
Fell off
Flew
Gab
Guard
Hardest to make out
Harmony
Housing under the hood
Hulking
Indian restaurant menu subheading
It has just a few points
It's just north of the equator
Writer's guide
___ Delano Roosevelt
___ Pacis (Roman monument)
Least abundant
JUDGE
It may be icy
Like some nights
Like second, sometimes
Like some vows
Liking
London locale: Abbr.
Long ___
Making the cut?
Mexican name preceder
Officer's request
One in the family
Parents, e.g.
Part of an automatic gunfire sound
Plane part
Reached
Restaurateurs' urging
Result
Satirist Ward
Scout leader?
Scouts' creations
Secluded spot
Shellfish contaminant
Shot
Sicilian skill
Something that's plucked: Var.
The women in 'Little Women,' e.g.
They have pear-shaped bodies
Threesomes
Took too much, in short
Treasure
Tropical creatures
Victoria Island explorer
Where the Krupps worked
Winter coat features

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