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New York Times crossword of August 15th, 1997 other clues
'Don't think so'
'You can't mean me!?'
Apartment next to the super's, maybe
A person might earn one for a score
Advertising unit
Author with a book subtitled 'The Saga of an American Family'
Betimes, updated
Bibliophile's purchase
Birds Eye offering
Break down
Bumble Bee, e.g.
Christiania, today
Churchill Downs features
Comes to pass
Cousin of a tarboosh
Curly cue?
Davis of baseball
Didn't wait
Dinner wear
End piece
Exerciser of spin control?
Football coach's nightmare
Former N.H.L. coach Fred
Four before a slash
Get up and it's gone
Has real relevance
His last work was 'Pocketful of Miracles,' 1961
Imposes without invitation
July 4th event, briefly
Kind of delivery
Kind of dog
Letter signoff
Like Cheerios
Many A.B.A. members
Maternity surprise
Middle of a famous palindrome
Nonunion workplace
Not moving
Plaster base
Play maker
Preceding periods
Present time
Refrigerator bar?
Romantic interlude
Sawer of logs
Singles' grp.?
Slightly better than
Submachine gun
Sugar or starch, in slang
Tevere's city
Tracy Marrow, familiarly
Utter failure, in slang
W.W. II enlistee
Whence the phrase 'to give the devil his due'
Wild Asian dog
Winter wear
Word of the Prophet
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