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New York Times crossword of July 23rd, 2003 other clues
'Everyone welcome'
'No ifs, ___ ...'
'The Heat ___'
'Topaz' author
1970's space station
1980's TV police comedy
1984 Peace Nobelist
5K or 10K
Artful dodges
Bearded bloom
Before, before
Bit of roofing
Breaks off
Brief argument
Bring to ruin
Certain something
Church areas
Comedians, e.g.
Cost of a certain grain?
Cry's partner
Department store section
Far from eager
Flying an SST?
French 101 verb
Go sour
Gullible one
Icarus' undoing
It might need two hands to be removed from a shelf
Kind of rule
Line crosser?
List ender
Loser to VHS
Marine deposits
Mars' counterpart
Mattress problem
Missouri baby carriers?
Nantes's river
Niger neighbor
Noted traitor
Numerical suffix
Ordnance supplier
Out of whack
Pandora's boxful
Part of a punch ballot
Pioneering 1940's computer
Place for pins
Plantation libations
Pope's writings
Porkpie feature
Queens's ___ Stadium
Raconteur's offering
Result of an oil surplus?
Scuttle filler
See 13-Down
Sierra ___
Sight along the Mississippi
Skater's figure
Sleep disturbance
Some are inert
Some are shockers
Take a powder
This puzzle's theme
Traffic sign
Varnish ingredient
W. C. Fields persona
What 'that' ain't
With 44-Across, handyman's task
Work, in a way
Working away

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