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New York Times crossword of July 24th, 2018 other clues
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Fashion statement at the Kentucky Derby
Spanish ___
Morse units, informally
Fix, as the back of a shoe
Carrier to the Mideast
Nice thought?
Flu-fighting org
Spun fiber
Cat-o'-nine-tails component
One bound to the land
For each item
Classic Halloween costume
One of a pair on a car
Format much used for action films
Common name for a central rail station
Subject of this puzzle
One of Caesar's assassins
Condition that causes fidgeting, informally
Tag for the 'Friday the 13th' film subtitled 'A New Beginning'
One talking to a driver?
Ally (with)
Gave (out)
Creatures with 23 pairs of 25-Down
They go to great lengths
Onetime Queens stadium
Genetic bundles
Cuisine with tom yum soup
Thick Japanese noodle
Pair that's kissing?
Goddess whom Homer called 'rosy-fingered'
Dance in a festive skirt
Philly basketballer
Gossip, e.g
Dance or dip
Picasso muse ___ Maar
Govt. org. for whistle-blowers
Up to, informally
Den grp
Prefix with chamber
Hockey great Bobby
Urban grid: Abbr
Detective's assignment
Addition to a soda, but not to a beer
Quidditch team, e.g
Band with the 1988 #1 hit 'Need You Tonight'
Ill will
What 7-Down is
Ancient theaters
See 10-Down
Its head is in the Himalayas
What you might do when you cross your fingers
Eins + zwei
Shape of 7-Down
Jazzman Blake
When the ends of each of its letters are connected to those above and below, a simplified schematic of a famous structure
Architect's drawing
Smart society
Linoleum cover
With 35-Across, actor who said 'You can't fool me, there ain't no Sanity Clause'
Big workers' grp. since 1955
Evil spirit
Some Marvel superheroes
Lucy Lawless title role
Workers' rights agcy
Brand of dry-erase markers
___ the fat (gossip, e.g.)
Extended story line
Spanish stews
Lucy Ricardo, to Ricky
Brightest star in Orion
McCarthy aide Roy

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