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New York Times crossword of July 6th, 2008 other clues
'Are you ___?!'
'Flags of Our Fathers' setting
'Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are ___!' (hit 1978 album)
'Treasure Island' illustrator, 1911
'What are you, some kind of ___?'
'___ losing it, or ...?'
1887 Chekhov play
1954 event code-named Castle Bravo
1971 Tom Jones hit
1973 Helen Reddy #1 hit
1999 film with the tagline 'Fame. Be careful. It's out there'
45, e.g.?
60-Across producer
Acted briefly
Arab League V.I.P.'s
Articles by nonstaffers
Barrier Ahab stands behind?
Baton wavers
Blue blood, informally
Body layer
Boot Hill setting
Bygone station
Calls one's own
Carpenter's supply
Catfight participants
Causes of meteorological phenomena?
Certain guy, in personals shorthand
Charlie Chan player J. ___ Naish
Clergy attire
Common town sign
Connecticut town where 'The Stepford Wives' was filmed
Corduroy feature
Cry after writing a particularly fun column?
Cutting remarks?
Detailed, old-style
Dict. fill
Dow Jones fig.
Eng. neighbor
Eponymous German brewer Eberhard
Etc. and ibid., e.g.
Eur. carrier
Explorer ___ da Gama
Extremely arid
Eye part
Fen-___ (banned diet aid)
Fifth pillar of Islam
French-Belgian border river
Fully or partially: Abbr.
Glass-enclosed porches
Goes up and down
High, in the Alps
In ___ (really out of it)
Indication of big shoes to fill?
Internet address letters
Investigators: Abbr.
Is shy
It has a blade
Italian road
Kind of atty.
Kisses, on paper
Lead-in to while
Legal suspension
Letters on a cross
Like some good soil
Like the bad guy
Lines on a musical staff
Literally, 'back to back'
Little bird
Little stubble
Long-distance swimmer Diana
MDX and RDX maker
Michigan town or college
Missile's course
National League East player
National League East player
Office note
One who lifts a lot
One with bad looks?
Online activity
Orchestra sect.
Out into view
Overthrowing, e.g.
Part of N.C.A.A.: Abbr.
Penn Station inits.
Phnom Penh money
Pitch maker?
Polite turndown
Pourer's comment
Produce for show
Ray, e.g., in brief
Residence on the Rhein
River crosser
Rock's Richards and Moon
Season for les vacances
Sen. McCaskill of Missouri
Shaved, in a way
Showed delight over
Singer Winehouse
Slogan holder, often
Small plane, perhaps
Something little girls may play
Start of a sign on a gate
Stories about halting horses?
Summer setting in MA and PA
Swedish Chemistry Nobelist Tiselius
Sycophant's reply
Team building?
They're in control of their faculties
Third-century Chinese dynasty
Tiny laughs
Title family name on TV
Tomb raider's find
Town at the eighth mile of the Boston Marathon
Training staff
Troupe org.
Trudge (through)
Tylenol rival
U.S.A.F. Academy site
V.I.P. in a limo?
Way of the East
Where ax murderers' weapons are on display?
Words with snag or home run

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