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With 71- and 72-Across, classic Louis Prima tune crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of August 9th, 2016 other clues
'... ___ as it is in heaven'
'Damn right!'
'GoldenEye' spy
'I haven't a thing to ___!'
'My Heart Can't Take ___ More' (1963 Supremes song)
'Pay me later' marker
'Saturday Night Live' sketch
'Um ... sorry!'
'___ ME' (phrase written on dirty cars)
687 days, on Mars
British prep school
Casino game that looks like a thou in reverse
Closes, as a fly
Colors, as Easter eggs
Computers that are un-PC
County in Colorado or New Mexico
Cross inscription
Daybreak, to Donne
Dish made of leftovers
Equivalent of C natural
Exmaple for example, for example
Final Four grp
Former New England Patriot Bruschi whose name is a bear to pronounce?
Hamlet or Ophelia
Ironically, the last song in 'A Chorus Line'
Lawyer's org
Monk's superior
Neighborhood south of SoHo
Old German ruler
Old Russian ruler
Ottoman bigwigs
Pipe fitting
Poke fun at
Prefix with lateral
Program listings, briefly
Resistance units
River near the Vatican
RoboCop, e.g
Salon jobs, for short
Samuel on the Supreme Court
Scanty, in London
She had a hit with 'Foolish'
She's got her OWN network
Skipped, as a dance
Skyping needs
Sly look
Spanish treasure
Tennis legend Arthur
They turn litmus paper red
Two cents, so to speak
What generals keep up their sleevies?
With 24-Across, 1962 P. G. Wodehouse book
With 26-Across, 1982 Al Pacino film
With 40-Across, where Broadway is
With 42-Across, Frank Sinatra signature song
With 5-Across, quickly
With 52-Across, Aaron Copland ballet
With 55-Across, town crier's cry
With 72-Across, noted maximum security prison
With 9-Across, an auto ad slogan
Word after Big or top
Workplace protection agcy
You can pack it
___ A Sketch
___ Island (immigrants' site)
___ jumbo
___ the side of caution

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