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New York Times crossword of August 14th, 2002 other clues
Abbr. on a business letter
'... is fear ___': F.D.R.
'Pure Moods' singer
'Would ___?'
'___ silly question ...'
24 horas
Actor Morales
Backs, anatomically
Best Picture of 1958
Bilked
Blip maker
Body build
Bother no end
Bouncers' requests
Broccoli ___ (leafy vegetable)
Bull, at times
Butler's request
Checks for contraband, maybe
Cinergy Field players
City near Bologna
City on the Elbe
Compete
Copy
Counterpart of a delete key
Cripple
Ed.'s in-box filler
Fast time?
Football's Karras
For a specific purpose
Fugard's 'A Lesson From ___'
Gives hope to
Hesitation sound
It's rigged
Jury, often
Kidnappers in 70's news
Lash mark
Like some anesthesia
Literally, 'I forbid'
Loo sign
M.'s mate
Marker letters
Masterful
Nervous feeling
Off-the-cuff stuff
One of a fleet fleet
One using a delete key
One working with heavy tiles
Online columnist Drudge
Part of U.C.L.A.
Picture within a picture
Pion's place
Plants
Polished, languagewise
Poor box filler
Put the kibosh on
Q.E.D. part
Red-spotted critters
Rolodex no.
See 17-Across
See 17-Across
See 17-Across
Self-referencing contract term
Shackles
Spa sounds
Strip in the news
Subtle distinction
Sun, e.g.
Texas border city
They may be pitched
Time unit?
Together, musically
U.N. Day mo.
U.S.N.A. grad
Umpire's call
Walking on air
Western tribesman
With 31-, 46- and 61-Across, comment from Franz Kafka

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