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New York Times crossword of July 7th, 2002 other clues
Diamond Head locale
Dieter's target
Directional ending
Early 11th-century date
Elevator innovator Otis
Evangeline's home
Fight finisher
Final transport
First mate?
First person in Germany?
Flight segment
Foreign pen pal
Former Army chief of staff Bradley
Furry frolicker
Gift alternative
Give Attila his walking papers?
Grand opening events
Having poor posture
Indy path
It had 50 oars, in mythology
It may be iced or spiced
It may need dusting
Items in an ed.'s in-box
Kind of drop
Lacking backup
Lasting periods
Law of ancient Rome
Least good
Light lager
Sound rebound
Sting participants
Strong cleaner
Suffix with function
Sun, e.g.
Teutonic cry
They sit on laps
To date
Together, to Toscanini
Transportation in and around Des Moines?
Tropical growth
TV's Science Guy and others
U.S. Olympic gymnast Chow
Wax, perhaps
Way to go
Weekend outdoor event
What Andy Capp's bartender serves him?
What Santa's elves rode when the sleigh broke down?
Where Labour Day is observed
Wide of the mark
Wild goose
With 3-Down, way up for a downhiller
Yours, to Yvette
___ Lorenzo, Calif.
___ Malvinas (the Falklands)
'There's a Wocket in My Pocket!' writer
'Annie' portrayer Quinn and others
'Favorite' one
'Kung Fu' actor Philip
'Look Homeward, Angel' hero Eugene
'The Fountainhead' hero
1904 presidential candidate Parker and others
1997 best seller subtitled 'Her True Story'
A.S.A.P. in an E.R.
Airport info: Abbr.
Autobiography of a soused romantic?
Autocrat's chutzpah?
Bedroom furniture
Biblical possessive
Big buildup
Bud holder
By way of, briefly
Caesar's card count?
Camelot honorific
Camera lens settings
Certain tributes
Chatter, to an Aussie
Cheater's preparation
Cigna plan: Abbr.
Colt producer
Comic Mort
Comic strip dog
Dante's 'La Vita ___'
Like Pachelbel's Canon
Like Serling tales: Var.
Like some humor
Marine menace
Minor wound
Monsieur, across the border
More junglelike
Musical group's regatta entry?
Navy helicopter
Old hospital administration
One may be in a cast
One may be plotting
One working on a column
Org. in an ABC drama
Pacino's 'Sea of Love' co-star
Pail contents, perhaps
Parlor piece
Part of U.N.L.V.
Poem that isn't worth much?
Prayer book selection
Quart quartet
Rather wan
Reagan attorney general
See 83-Down
Segment covered by a test, perhaps
Sign of an absent mind
Sinclair rival
Smoke a funny cigarette?
Some computer characters are written in this
Song from Sondheim's 'Company'
___ nitrite
___ Paulo, Brazil

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