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New York Times crossword of August 11th, 2005 other clues
'You got it!'
'A Tract on Monetary Reform' author
'All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes' writer
'Not true!'
'Time to get started'
'Way to go!'
'You're All ___ Got Tonight'
Awards for Edward Albee
Baltic land: Abbr.
Be a go-between
Bedspread fabric
Big Band musician Shaw
Caesar salad base
Certain NASA equipment … shown literally in the solution to this puzzle
Chinese tea
Clear liqueur
D-Con target
D-Day carrier: Abbr.
Damon Runyon characters
English breed of sheep
Enters abruptly
Env. contents
Exciting periods, for short
Father Junipero ___
Flashy jewelry, informally
Follows dentists' orders
Fr. holy women
French pronoun
Gertrude ___, 1988 Medicine Nobelist
Home of Pukaskwa National Park
Intolerant type
Line on a money order
Massenet opera
Masseur's command
Measured on foot
Mini poodles and toy terriers
Minuteman, e.g.: Abbr.
Near future
Northern Indians
Not together
One passing a course with flying colors?
Pianist Claudio
Place for chaps in chaps
Plain folk
Queenside castle, in chess notation
Rock's Brian
Shots at a dentist's office
Speed: Abbr.
Split, e.g.
Stick in the water
Teacher's summons
The writer Saki's real name
U.S.N. rank
Windows may have them, briefly

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