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New York Times crossword of July 5th, 2017 other clues
'Sad is my lot!'
'___, I'm so scared! (not really)'
'I'm ___' ('Whatever you suggest')
At a distance
Young fellows
Atlanta-based health org
___ Burov, K.G.B. officer on 'The Americans'
Attire for a Druid
Badly injures
Barbecue serving
Boing, for a spring
Boudoir wear
Channel 2?
Consciously join
Cooking class?
Crawl (along)
Done, in Verdun
Factory, to its owner, e.g
Fails to be
French filmdom
Get by
Gift from heaven
Greet with acclaim
Have as a customer
Honorific that becomes another honorific if you reverse its last two letters
Hydrophobic substances
Instrument that an orchestra tunes to
It might appear after an etym
Jar top
Many an internet meme
Mexican money
Mrs. Albert Einstein
Neckwear with dress whites
Nongay, typically
Nonproliferation treaty subjects, informally
Not the usual spelling: Abbr
One of a dozen in un frigidaire
One way to fall
One's nearest and dearest, informally
Onetime M&M's color
Opposite of caliente
Part of b.p.m
Part of the Dept. of Homeland Security
Peace activist Yoko
People in an H. G. Wells novella
Place to grab a bite in Mexico
Prefix with directional
Providing a better grip
Rats' places
Singer Mann
Slangy form of 60-Across
Some cosmetic surgeries, for short
Songwriters' org
Subjects of a Roswell museum
Travel edition of a classic board game?
Travel edition of a classic board game?
Travel edition of a classic board game?
Travel edition of a classic board game?
Very whale-known performer?
Wanda of 'Snatched'
Wax sculptor Marie
Window-closing key
Woes on toes

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