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New York Times crossword of August 11th, 2012 other clues
Largest living rodent
'Talk to Her' director/screenwriter, 2002
'King Lear' character
'The Phantom of the Opera' writer
1982 Stephen King horror film
Aladdin's enemy
Annual holiday with an 'airing of grievances'
Apiphobe's bane
It might be cheating
Arizona county with a national monument of the same name
Call for dinner, maybe
Cheesy crust
Classic 1977 song with the repeated line 'Let's get together and feel all right'
Con target
Cutesy sign-off
Dessert with a spoon
Domain of some invasions
Driver's concerns, briefly
Dungeons & Dragons figure
Epithet for many a rapper
It goes from post to post
Evasive tactic
Feature of some English gardens
Figure of speech?
Former G.M. compact
Gender-ambiguous name
Kid-lit title character who says 'I am the ruler of all that I see!'
It might get in the way of progress
___ Lee
Letters on some sticks
Like a brat
Like a fair señorita
Like President James K. Polk
Likely to scar
Longtime Tanglewood figure
Marooned person's aid
Moon, in Chinese
Not from around here
Not on the level
Not straight
Noted dark film star of the 1930s
One of the 12 tribes of Israel
One on a lunar calendar?
Papers, collectively
Pitching need
Poet who wrote 'All pity is self-pity'
Political challenger's promise
Queen with a prominent bust
Really hot
Save one's breath, maybe?
Sch. that Theo Huxtable attended on 'The Cosby Show'
Shudra, for one
Stylish, in slang
U.N. observer starting in '74
When repeated, [Hurry it up!]
With genuine effort
'... a man no mightier than thyself ___': 'Julius Caesar'
'King Lear' character
'Ain't gonna happen'
iPad read, maybe

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