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New York Times crossword of August 16th, 2008 other clues
Arizona pol Jon
Accent, e.g.
Attain on the wing
City of 2 1/2 million at the mouth of the Yodo River
Columbus's flagship?
Company retirement asset?
Compound used to stabilize perfumes
Consternated
Corn dog alternatives
'Happy Days' event
'Pebble in the Sky' author
'Breakfast at Tiffany's' actor
'Silver Spoons' family name
'The View From Castle Rock' author
'Yikes!'
45-Across and others: Abbr.
See 49-Across
Serve without consequence
Small two- master
Something from one's bag of tricks
Spiritedly, on scores
Spoon, say
Stuff
U.K. honour
Uris hero
Used lofty words?
Vampire hunter's aid
Western terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad
Winston Smith's greatest fear, in '1984'
With 34-Across, protests peacefully, in a way
With 58-Across, violinists' productions
___ Island, birthplace and longtime home of Cornelius Vanderbilt
___ Tres Marías (Mexican islands)
Costa ___
Doozy
Drift Prairie sharers
Fancy entrees?
Frankincense or myrrh
Grayish
Greta of 'The Player'
Groundbreaking discoveries?
Hoisted quaffs
Hope can always be found here
It began with the slogan 'It's time to get connected'
James Birdseye ___, Union general in the Civil War
Jerry who wrote 'Hello, Dolly!'
Like corn dogs
Like some college appointments
Lion and unicorn wearer
Mail
Minor amounts
Mint preserves?
Mongolian dwellings
Old Olds
One in a line of 36
P, in a phonetic alphabet
Pacer pacer?
Park it
Part of a U.S. embassy address
Patron of pregnant women
Prefix in many juice names
Protection for someone on the run?
Recording artist?
Reed ___, Mr. Fantastic of Marvel Comics
Relenting assent
Rigatoni, e.g.
See 46-Across

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