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New York Times crossword of August 23rd, 2004 other clues
'Just the facts, ___'
'Le Coq ___'
'Very funny!'
'Who, me?'
'___ to Joy'
African desert
American, abroad
Animal in a roundup
Animal nose
Author Dinesen
Bangkok native
Bar 'where everybody knows your name'
Carson's predecessor on 'The Tonight Show'
Certain woodwind
Classic sneakers
Color, as an Easter egg
Dunkable cookie
Entrepreneur's deg.
Evangeline or Anna Karenina, e.g.
Eyelid problem
Genesis son
Get used (to)
Go left or right
Goes to sleep, with 'off'
Grow sick of
High spirits
Like snow after a blizzard, perhaps
Little devils
Main arteries
MetLife competitor
Mine find
Moon lander, for short
Mornings, briefly
Newswoman Connie
Not in port
One who hears 'You've got mail'
Painting and sculpting, e.g.
Pepper's partner
Perfectly precise
Petri dish filler
Pitcher Martinez
Play parts
Plot parcel
Quarterback's asset
San Francisco/Oakland separator
Santa's sackful
Saudis and Iraqis
Scandal sheet
School's Web site address ender
Shade tree
Show biz parent
Skirt lines
Skylit lobbies
Some Texas tycoons
Spanish aunt
Stevenson of 1950's politics
Taj Mahal site
Tree that people carve their initials in
Urban haze
What candles sometimes represent
Where a tent is pitched
Where the Himalayas are
Where the Mets can be met
Yards advanced
___ Moines

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