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New York Times crossword of July 30th, 2004 other clues
'Look out below!,' e.g.
'No kidding!'
'No legacy is so rich as ___': Shak.
'Saving Private Ryan' craft: Abbr.
'That hurts!'
'The African Queen' co-star, informally
A or B in blood typing, e.g.
Amtrak station west of Grand Forks
Attorneys' productions
Bang up
Baseball hero called 'Gibraltar in cleats'
Beggar's bearing
Calling a Jaguar XK a jalopy, say
Certain battery
Certain W.M.D.
Demonstratively sad
Drawing room?
Eur. kingdom
Fall guys?
Farm male
Feature of an exit strategy?
First name in sewing
Flinched, maybe
Fuel type, informally
Goes up and down
Got down
Hardly the screaming type
Integrated with
Kick, in a way
Kid's taunt
Kin of hagfish
Kind of address
Let go
Longtime Delaware senator William
Major export of Albania and South Africa
Make a face
Mann who sang 'Save Me,' 1999
Much-seen figure on a security cam
Nice amount of moola
Not home
Not stand for oppression
Nymph in Muslim paradise
Off one's feed
Old-fashioned news announcer
Place name in 90's TV
Pound sound
Prefix with syllabic
Pretty good
Some people cry when these are said
Sometime soon
Stretching quality
They have plans, for short
Three-toed critters
Was beaten by
Wassailer's song
Wear and tear
You can hang your hat on it
[See above]
___ Corning, fiberglass maker

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