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New York Times crossword of August 10th, 2009 other clues
'Look twice before crossing,' e.g.
'___ the Walrus'
'___-haw!' (western rider's cry)
1930s boxing champ Max
Actress Tomei
All over again
Basic util.
Beings from out of this world, in brief
Billet-___ (love letter)
Border on
Call on the carpet
Came to earth
Chapter in history
Diva's solo
Egg-dyeing time
Enduring literary work
Equal: Prefix
Evil spell
Examiner of heart and life lines
Feds who catch counterfeiters
Feel sick
First Best Actor winner Jannings
Fishnet stocking material
Four: Prefix
Gentle creature
Give a darn
Golfer Trevino
Halloween purchases
Hit with high voltage
Insurance giant in 2009 news
Intense enthusiasm
Iridescent gems
Japanese noodle dish
Left the building
Look of disdain
Louis Armstrong's instrument
Messy art medium for kids
Midterms and finals
Moo ___ pork
N.B.A. official
Napoleon, on Elba
One-toothed dragon of old children's TV
Partitioned-off work space
Persona non ___
Phone part ... or a title for this puzzle?
Pirate support, stereotypically
Pond organism
Praise highly
Prefix with vitamin
Prince called 'the Impaler,' who was the inspiration for Dracula
Private pupil
Producing as a result
Race with batons
See 37-Down
Sent to the bottom
Sheets, pillowcases, etc.
Skinned, as potatoes
Slow pitch with a little spin
Sneak preview
Someone from whom you might collect exotic stamps
Soothing ointment
Spills the beans
Sporty Mazda
Stock exchanges: Abbr.
Student at the Citadel
Tableware inspired by Scandinavian design
Tennis champ Arthur
The Runnin' Rebels of the N.C.A.A.
Tiny bit
Townshend of the Who
Two-base hits: Abbr.
What the Hatter and the March Hare drank
Where a 51-Down performs
___ Park (Edison's lab site)
___ qua non
___' Pea (Popeye's boy)

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