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New York Times crossword of August 25th, 2002 other clues
Half note
Halloween decorations
Having a bottom
Highly skilled
History book inset
Home for Wyatt Earp: Abbr.
Honor from Queen Eliz.
Invite for
It crashed on 3/23/01
It has a head and hops
It may have horns
Kind of point or theory
Korean president, 1948-60
Like capital letters in many E. E. Cummings poems
Like some olives
London ___
Lose it
Makes sense
Masochist's start
Master's hurdle
Mathematician Stewart and others
Military response
Mind-reading, for short
Mitch who wrote 'Tuesdays With Morrie'
Most sordid
Muse whose name means 'passionate'
Musically monotonous
They may be tied up in Tokyo
They run in gangs
They used to be hot stuff
They're expected
Think best
Tiny energy units, for short
Tony Bennett song for egotists
Torn (from), old-style
Track sites
Trimming tools
Veteran journalist ___ Abel
Video store section
Was out
Wilde play
___ Bator
___ Tech
'A Delicate Balance' playwright
'Ali,' e.g.
'Fatal Attraction' director Adrian
'Once ___ ...'
'Holy cow!' overseas
'La Belle et la ___'
'Yeah, right!'
'___ dreaming?'
'___ we?'
1946 Literature Nobelist
2001 title role for Sean Penn
Another Gershwin song for egotists
At all
Ate up
Authors Rebecca and Nathanael
Baby ___ (tender vegetable)
Barnyard sounds
Bit of resistance
Bridge part
Grand Canyon spot
Not fresh
Old character
On fire in the kitchen
One who's practicing: Abbr.
P.O. item
Plants in a Fugard title
Platte River tribe
Poker game locales
Put one's foot down
Reputation ruiner
Rules and ___
Saloon selections
Setting for Camus's 'The Plague'
Shania Twain song for egotists
Short, say
Simmons rival
Spade work
Speak for
Spill a little
Sports awards
Strengthen, in a way
Stubbs of the Four Tops
Subjects of appraisals
Supporters of the arts
Sweet sound
Synagogue stage
Tapered pods
Tart treats
Bygone attire
Carpet quality
Characteristic of a bull
Chophouse choices
Class list
Club date
Cole Porter song for egotists
Conspires with
Cosby's first series
Cotton capsule
Dance music
Dancer Duncan
Debby Boone song for egotists
Diamond production?
Diner cupful
Duck type
Einstein's hometown
Either of two Spice Girls
Ethically neutral
Evil general in 'Superman II'
Feature of an old-fashioned roast
Fix a draft
Florentine painting, e.g.
Florida island
Flying fish eaters
Found unexpectedly
Frankie Valli song for egotists
Gershwin song for egotists
Give a lift
Go the other way
Grace period?

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