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New York Times crossword of July 27th, 2005 other clues
Series on a ski slope
Start of a quip
Suddenly became attentive, with 'up'
Symbol of leakiness
Take ___ (doze)
Together, on a score
Transparent, modern-style
Upper house member: Abbr.
Waiter's handout
Way up?
Words of denial
100-meter dash, e.g.
Workplaces with openings, for short?
Action in a snowball fight
___ nous
1952 Winter Olympics site
Arab statesman
Bank stamp abbr.
Bit of fraying
Camping fuel
Catch red-handed
China's Zhou ___
Circular opening?
Dis's partner
Do over, as a lawn
End of the quip
Extract, as a chemical from a solution
Fencer's weapon
Helpers: Abbr.
Hitchhiked, e.g.
It touches the River Jordan: Abbr.
Jungle climber
Key of Beethoven's Symphony No. 5
Lab glass
Like morning grass
Map abbr.
Military chaplain
More twisted
Museo holdings
Obsequious sort
One raising one's voice
Only about 10% of it is visible
Open dare
Opening of many a speech
Perils for spelunkers
Phoenix team
Point on a line
Prefix with acetylene
Pretty marble
Puts in firmly
Quip, part 2
Quip, part 3
Quip, part 4
Rachmaninoff, for one
Really irk
Religious feasts
Religious leader born Giovanni de Medici
Romantic comedies, e.g.
Product at a gas station

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