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New York Times crossword of August 20th, 2004 other clues
'... ___ it me?'
'Father Murphy' extras
1960's falsetto singer
Abbr. for dumbbells
Actress Headey and others
Blood pressure readings
Boy whose name is repeated in a nursery rhyme
C.D. source
Chief Justice in the Dred Scott case
Choice words
Classic Frank Loesser song from a 1950 musical
Colloquial possessive
Composition of some beds
Coop flier
Counter's start
Court no-no, usually
Distinguishing marks
Doesn't get everything one wants
Eastern ties
Emulates a 43-Across
Farmer's fieldwork
Harris of Hollywood
Hysteria area
It may run in the rain
It'll do your heart good
Italian pronoun
Lacking value
Latin quarters
Letters of royalty
Like some doughnuts
Longtime Chicago maestro
Mushroom part
One with a poll position?
Parlor fixtures
Pay someone back
Pitcher Maglie and others
Prefix with language
Pulled tight
Radar, e.g.: Abbr.
Ran out
Rare driving result
Runner's goal
Simple sack
Some are odd: Abbr.
Stamped out, in a way
Stuff in a closet
Taker of a religious vow
Tchotchke holders
They have to listen
They inspired Andy Warhol
They may be draining
They're fed at curbside
Thinner components
Those in La Mancha
Thrice: Lat.
Video game allotment
War game
Where drammi are performed

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