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New York Times crossword of August 4th, 2011 other clues
'Beyond Peace' author's monogram
'Do I ___?'
'Hair' composer MacDermot
'Kitty ___' (1940 movie romance)
'Lord, is ___?'
'So cool!'
'Star Wars' and 'Battlestar Galactica'
'Well, I'll be!'
'You wanted to see me?'
2001 World Series winner, on scoreboards
Allen in history
Allocates, with 'out'
Award named after a TV network
Beginning to knock?
Blue hue
Boundary of myth
Cold cover?
Comic's forte
Dict. fill
Floor specialists
French Literature Nobelist Gide
Gave a keynote, say
Ghost of Jacob Marley?
Girl with a festive-sounding name
Go home, maybe
Grainy places to dig
Group out of the mainstream
Have a beef?
I operation?
It might come out of a small speaker
It's a tradition
John Wayne had a distinctive one
Kind of fly, briefly
KLM alternative
Lamb's kin
Liquored (up)
Musical with the song 'Be Italian'
Naval group
Nick name?
Not from a Scot
Nuptial starter
Old vacuum tube
One hanging around a party?
One who might wear slippers
Painted the town red, in a way ... or successfully completed this puzzle?
Palme ___ (film award)
Perfect balance
Philadelphia had the first one in the U.S. (1874)
Provider of some outdoor entertainment
Quarters for quarters?
Really bother, with 'at'
Record label for Otis Redding
Shooter named for its inventor
Skating venue
Some ballpark hits
Spun things
Sugar in large crystals
Theologian Johann
TMZ fodder
Traffic cop's org.?
Tusked animals
Use a 'caret and stick' approach on?
Youthful time
___ bed

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