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New York Times crossword of August 31st, 2006 other clues
Pride member
Prisoner's tool for escape
Profligately eye
Projections from a central point
Pseudonym lead-in
Pulsating sound, informally
Pusan soldier
Puts faith in
Person of letters?
Personal: Prefix
Peter Sellers parodied him in 'Murder by Death'
Petty criminal
Phenomena or personae: Abbr.
Phoenix neighbor
Phu My Hung site, Ho Chi ___ City
Pirate's eye cover
Pisa monk's title
Plant container, when preceded by 37-Down
Plasm prefix
Play's ___'acte
Pluck or hair extension?
Poetic adverb
Poetic name for Ireland
Pop grp. heard in 'Xanadu'
Port-of-call call
Portree's isle
Positive end
Potato, meat and sauce dish
Practically no time
Practice economy, when preceded by 48-Down
Prairie State
Preceder of 10-Down
Preceder of 32-Down
Preceders of G
Prefix with propyl
Preoccupied with
Preserved food in jars
President Johannes ___ of Germany, 1999-2004
Pretty souvenir
'Phew! Finally ___ know!'
'Payment not required'
'Push Comes to Shove' choreographer
'Princess Ida' follow-up operetta, with 'The'
'Protect mine innocence, ___ fall into the trap …': 'King Henry VIII'
'… perhaps comes ___ surprise …'
P.D.Q., to a surgeon
Pacific wriggler
Pair of filmmaking brothers
Pair on a head
Pamphlet with a 'Draw Me' challenge
Paper towel-touting waitress
Parisian thought
Part of H.M.S.
Partly eat away
Partner (with)
Paternity identifier
Paulina's 'other'
Pay no heed to smoking rules
Payroll dept. ID's
PC info
Peanut brittle base
Peat source
Pedagogical inits. in Nashville
Peer Gynt's mother
Penn. and others
Pepperidge Farm offering
Perfidious clerk in 'David Copperfield'
Performer with Krupa and Kenton

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