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New York Times crossword of August 17th, 2001 other clues
A camel may be executed on it
Artist Maya
Banks on the runway
Banks on the runway
Best seat in the house?
Borneo creatures
Break dancing accompaniment
British cars
Cry after a lucky strike?
Cut corners?
Dame Hess
Duchess of ___ (Goya model)
Effective leveler
Figure in some mysterious 15th-century tapestries
Firearm, after firing
Flash light?
Fusion cuisine?
Good ___ (fixed)
Head cases?
Indian refreshment
It may be under a jacket
It may turn up some dirt
It originally included 51 states
Kill, in a way
Kind of candidate: Abbr.
King of Greece, 1947-64
Lays out
Like a gymnast
Like a gymnast
Like some ports
Like the path of least resistance
Locks in a barn?
Make smooth, in a way
Moon, e.g.
More than look up to
Moving option
New citizen, perhaps
Nile crosser
Not optional
Not optional
Notorious courtroom strategy of 1979
Peak performances?
Physics Nobelist Landau
Pilot's accessory
Pilot's problem
Pilot's problem
Playpen pile
Preoperative delivery of old
Prime-time times
Queen ___
Rocky debris
Runs over
Sandbank site
Scream elicitors
See 3-Down
See 3-Down
See 50-Across
See 50-Across
Sparkling wine, familiarly
Spout rhetoric
Swath producer
Take as a given
They may carry burdens
Unhappy audience member, maybe
Up on, with 'in'
With 43-Across, Michelin product
With 61-Across, bigwig: Var.
Without expression
Words accompanying a smack
Wright wing
Wright wing

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