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New York Times crossword of July 13th, 2008 other clues
'Hood inhabitant
'Picnic' playwright
'Sense and Sensibility' author
'Shogun' sequel
'The King and I' setting
'Thumbs way up!' review
'Yonder window,' according to Romeo
'___ pig's eye!'
1970s Renault
Ace's specialty
Actress Mimieux of 'Where the Boys Are'
Alludes (to)
Animal more closely related to the mongoose than the dog
Arthur Miller play about the Salem witch trials, with 'The'
Aspirin, e.g.
Bad guys
Barney's buddy, in cartoondom
Benin, until 1975
Bigmouth, for one
Cabinet inits. since 1979
Clarifying words
Clothing retailer Bauer
Count (on)
Crowd in Calais?
Cubic decimeter
Cut, say
Deep bleu sea
Desire, for one
Dickens's shortest novel
Downhill racer
Ecological groupings
Edison rival
Ein Berliner, often
Election ending?
End of the request
Endorsers, typically
Erica Jong's phobia, ostensibly
ESPN sportscaster Dick
European carrier
Gander : goose :: tercel : ___
Give up
God, in Granada
Grease up
Groundbreaking inventions?
Hale-___ (comet seen in 1997)
Having chutzpah
Having grooves
Home of the Braves: Abbr.
How good investors invest
In the cards
Jason's jiltee
Keeper of a flame?
Lambert airport's home: Abbr.
Last request, part 1
Like some Afghan leaders
Lord's land
M.D.'s who deliver
Manuscript encl.
Marijuana cigarette, slangily
Matador's move
Matter of law
More chic
Morticia, to Fester, on 'The Addams Family'
National Institutes of Health location
Not exactly
Not maj.
Noted bunny lover
On Soc. Sec., typically
One of two title roles (in the same film) for Spencer Tracy
Only female attorney general
Page facing a verso
Park ___
Part of a range: Abbr.
Part of many an autobiography's author credit
Pirate whose treasure is recovered in Poe's 'The Gold-Bug'
Poe poem that ends 'From grief and groan to a golden throne beside the King of Heaven'
Poet John who wrote 'Lives of X,' an autobiography in verse
Pollen producer
Propaganda technique introduced by Hitler in 'Mein Kampf'
Rains in Spain
Reptilian, in a way
Request, part 2
Request, part 3
Request, part 4
Roger who won the Best Actor Tony for 'Nicholas Nickleby'
Salma Hayek, for one
Scattered (about)
Sch. known for its discipline
See 61-Across
Sign in the stands
Social worker
Spend time (with)
Spinachlike plant
Supply in a loft
Tab, e.g.
Take a chance
Take heat from?
Tasty tubes
Treebeard, e.g.
Twigs, perhaps
Unlike drive, reverse has just one
Uno + due
Unseen part of the moon
Very dry
W.W. I's so-called 'U-Boat Alley'
What dead men don't wear, per a 1982 film title
With 95-Across, chef whose recipes are used on the International Space Station
Won back
Word of thanks
___ Abdul-Jabbar
___ ballerina
___ culpa

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