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New York Times crossword of August 15th, 2011 other clues
'But wait! There's more ...'
'E' on a baseball scoreboard
'No bid'
'Spider-Man' series director
'Take a chill pill!'
'The Last of the Mohicans' author
'___ Baba and the 40 Thieves'
All together
Auto additive brand
Baked dessert
Baldwin of '30 Rock'
Buffalo wings or bruschetta, e.g.
Camera openings
CBS forensic series
Commensurate (with)
Crowd sounds
Cuban 'line' dance
Direct elsewhere
Dish under a teacup
Equal: Prefix
Formula ___ racing
Gives teams a short break
Greek philosopher known for paradoxes
Handel's 'Messiah,' e.g.
Heading into overtime
High point
Hole-punching tools
Hula hoops in the 1950s, e.g.
Ice cream utensil
Italian 'bye'
Jeff who founded Amazon.com
Jerry's ex on 'Seinfeld'
Kanye West's genre
Kid's 'shooter' projectile
Landlord's due
Military sch.
Music source on many an old fairground
Neighbor of South Africa
Noble gas
Norway's capital
Old-fashioned Speed Wagons
Part to play
Perry with the 1956 #1 hit 'Hot Diggity'
Pittsburgh Pirates hero of the 1960 World Series
Prefix with potent or present
Professional org.
Rightmost number on a grandfather clock
Sea creature that moves sideways
Seizes, as a car
Serve attentively
Shrek, for one
Source of amber
Swung and missed
Sylvania product
Tic-tac-toe victory
Time Warner spinoff of '09
Verse often beginning 'There once was a ...'
W. Hemisphere alliance
Weasel family member
Western writer Grey
Winners' opposites
___-European languages

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