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New York Times crossword of July 22nd, 2010 other clues
Capital whose name is Urdu for 'place of peace'
Catch, as flies
Check over
Dirt accumulator?
Earliest million-dollar movie role
Faux pas
Foul mood
Gave up
Gospel singer Winans
Greeted deferentially
Gutter site
Gypsum variety used in carvings
Hanna-Barbera bear
Informal denials
Janis's comic-strip husband
Like the first of May or the end of June?
Lofty story
Longest book of the Book of Mormon
More substantial
Nostalgist's opening words
Numerical prefix
Outer covering for some nuts
Pups' complaints
Salsa partner?
Setting for 'The O.C.,' for short
Small anchors
Stretch over
Subject of the 1997 best seller 'Into Thin Air'
Succumb to mind control
Taft and Bush, collegiately
Time it is when daylight saving time ends
Tone down
Unagi sources
Unworthy of
What a talent scout looks for
Wheels inside a car
Wooden-soled shoe
Word repeated before some relatives' names
Workshop device
Worshiping figure
Year of the Great Fire of Rome
'Fame' actress
'For here ___ go?'
'Harlequin's Carnival,' for one
'I swear!'
'Positive thinking' exponent
'Network' director
*Edwin Starr, 1970
*Flo Rida feat. T-Pain, 2008
*Frankie Avalon, 1959
*Jackson 5, 1970
*Michael Jackson, 1972
*Michael Jackson, 1987
*Rihanna, 2006
*Usher feat. will.i.am, 2010
1864 battle site that was the source of the quote 'Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!'
Book of Judges judge
Can't not

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