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New York Times crossword of August 27th, 2012 other clues
Golfer's gouge
He played the Hulk on 1970s-'80s TV
Healthful food regimen, traditionally
'Don't Tread ___' (early flag motto)
Home, in Honduras
Hops kiln
'Smoking or ___?'
'Make ___' (Picard's command on 'Star Trek: T.N.G.')
Kind of eel
Like Michelangelo's 'David' or Rodin's 'The Thinker'
Acapulco article
Miami's home: Abbr
Actress Ward
Miles away
Annual coll. basketball competition
Name that comes from Old Norse for 'young man'
Assistant to Santa
Nintendo game console
Brunch cocktail
Norm: Abbr
Buckles, as a seat belt
Official language of Austria
Bump off
One step ___ time
Captain Hook's mate
Cowboy Rogers
Oxford or loafer
Designer monogram
Pepsi ___
Devoted follower
Devoured, with 'down'
Donkey in 'Winnie-the-Pooh'
Present at birth
Elite group
Primatologist Fossey
Purchasing system with payments made over time
Entertain, as children at a library
Recycling containers
Fan of Jerry Garcia's band
Fidel Castro's brother
Ruth's mother-in-law
Financier Carl
Singer DiFranco
Singer Yoko
Flew to great heights
Smeared with pitch
Food-poisoning bacteria
Spotted wildcat
Former Chrysler C.E.O
Store clerk
Fossil fuel
Suffix with cigar
Frat.'s counterpart
Surgical beams
Frilly place mats
The year 1550
Frizzy dos
Tiny ___, singer of 1968's 'Tip-Toe Thru' the Tulips With Me'
Tired or decadent
U.N. workers' grp
Very soon
Video shooter, for short
Warning sign
What 'W' stands for on a light bulb
Where the United Nations is in Manhattan
___ v. Wade

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