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New York Times crossword of July 18th, 2004 other clues
'Dallas' matriarch
'Good one!'
'The washday miracle' sloganeer, once
'We cannot all be masters, nor all masters / Cannot be truly 'd' speaker
'___ quote ...'
Actor Tognazzi of 1978's 'La Cage aux Folles'
Affectionate, slangily
All-purpose ambiguous job recommendation
Ancient region bordering the Aegean
Barn locks?
Brought out
Buffet warmer
Certain navel
Chinese 'way'
CNN's Dobbs
Collar attachment
Computer key
Computer network menaces
Curve shape
Dad's bro
Dairy pitcher?
Dark area
Decorative needle case
Double star in Orion
Early sixth-century date
Emphatic yes
Empty, as an apartment
Expresses disapproval
Fair-hiring letters
Family of five, say
Family-friendly card game
Fed. money overseer
Fix permanently
Gin flavoring
Gives the nod
Goes out
Good-hearted soul
Greedy cry
Having eight pins, as an electrical connection
He declined the 1964 Literature Nobel
Heir, in legal terminology
It's surrounded by eau
Key preposition
Keys who won five Grammys for her debut album
Kind of day
Leaf feature
Lets go
Letters at sea
Like some ears
Like some patio furniture
Manhattan sch.
Marks in Spanish class
Mayo, por ejemplo
Memo opener
Mercury, for one
Minolta digital camera
Moisturizing lotion
MSN competitor
N.Y.C. cultural attraction
Nonunion employees: Abbr.
Not inclined
Not-so-straight shooter?
Notorious Amin
Novelist Fannie
Opposite of get-up-and-go
Orbit, for example
Passing concerns?: Abbr.
Photo lab abbr.
Plural suffix
Polite denial
Power in old movies
Raccoon relative
Really big
Recommendation for a chronically absent employee?
Recommendation for a dishonest employee?
Recommendation for an employee guilty of sexual harassment?
Recommendation for an employee who stole petty cash?
Recommendation for an employee who was chronically drunk?
Record label inits.
Responded to a cattle call
Robes may touch them
Saloon floozie, slangily
Santa ___ winds
Saskatoon-to-Winnipeg dir.
Set upon
Short row
Showy flower
Smooth over
Some low-risk investments, briefly
Some lunch orders
Son of Seth
Soup choice
Specialty shoe width
Spicy cuisine
Spiral-horned antelope
Start fishing
Stately stand
Storage problem
Surrealist Max
Targets of baking soda
Tee off
Thai currency
The Cradle of Texas Liberty
The way things stand now
Top 5 song by Sarah McLachlan
Tram loads
Trawling gear
Treasonous Aldrich
Two-time U.S. Open champ
Volkswagen model
Went from bank to bank?
White or Red follower
___ mind

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