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New York Times crossword of August 26th, 2014 other clues
Many lines on pie charts
Mean sort
Novelist ___ de Balzac
One making a confession
Over again
Part of P.G.A.: Abbr
Perrier, par exemple
Pet care specialists, for short
Playoff spots
Robbers' take
Sacred hymn of praise
Secret rendezvous
Sign a treaty, say
Sleeping, say
Slings mud at
Stop producing water, as a well
Thing seen on a lab slide
Traveler on the Silk Road
Treats for swelling, as a joint
Tuna type, on menus
Vietnamese holiday
What rain and paper towels may come in
Window part
Wing it
X, in bowling
___ Bell
___ extra cost
___ Paulo
70 yards square, approximately
'Hmm, can't remember'
'It was ___ and stormy night ...'
'O.K., have it your way'
'Watch your ___, young man!'
50th state's state bird
Anglers after morays
AWOL chasers ... or a hint to the answers to the six italicized clues
Baker's supply
Billy Ray or Miley
Bon Jovi's 'Livin' ___ Prayer'
Canadian Plains tribe
Clickable address, briefly
Comment immediately following a stage cue
Correctional workers, for short?
Crossword needs
Cut with a ray
Department store founder James Cash ___
Disco '70s, e.g
Edison lab site
Eggheaded sorts
Eggnog relative
Flora seen around Lent
For whom a vassal worked
Guitarist Kottke
Height: Prefix
Hi-___ monitor
Hole to be dug out of?
Hoover ___
In times past
In verse, 'His cheeks were like roses, his nose like a cherry!'
International powerhouse in cricket
It's not worth arguing
Item under discussion
Kesey or Follett
Kind of sax
Legally voided
Light bender
Like patent infringers, often
Little Rock-to-Chicago dir
Local politics and high school sports, for news reporters
Lover of Kermit

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