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New York Times crossword of July 25th, 2008 other clues
'Calvin and Hobbes' bully
'Should ___ shouldn't ...'
'Your children are not your children' poet
Apnea specialist, for short
Bank of America Stadium team
Base of support
Baseball's Belinsky and Jackson
Britton who wrote 'The President's Daughter,' 1927
Celtic canines
Child prodigy of 'Heroes'
Cobbler, at times
Continue the journey
Cousin of a woodcock
Dry state
Fifth-century pope, the first to receive the title 'the Great'
Five-time Horse of the Year, 1960-64
Florida's ___ National Forest
Former union members: Abbr.
Goal of middle management?
Got by
Have a little something
Herbs of the mint family
How some are offended
Ill-fated NASA effort
In Dutch
Inclusive words, fittingly?
Invention that's not thought highly of
Jazz pianist/composer Williams
Landlocked ___ Sea
Least hospitable
Legendary MacGregor
Look daggers
Lords of London
Not intended for just a single application: Var.
One with a high Q score
Ones with read faces?
Part of the N.C.A.A.'s purview: Abbr.
Prickly area of a prickly pear
Put on a pedestal
Quaker Oats product
Rolling Stones hit just before 'Honky Tonk Women'
Shortage in a rush-hour subway
Some court contests
Some specials
Start of a 'Name That Tune' bid
Sue Grafton's 'N'
Tax fig.
Text te-hee
They may be lined up at the bar
Turkey's dewlap
TV announcer who played himself in 'Bananas'
Walker, quickly

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