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New York Times crossword of July 28th, 2004 other clues
'2001' mainframe
'Born Free' lioness
'Seduced' senator of film
13-Down player
Actress Hayek
Ages and ages
Angel's favorite letters
Any of the Fahd ruling family
Award for Tony Kushner
Baseball datum
Beyond's partner
Boating mishap
Cable inits.
Celebrity photographer Herb
Commission's task
Composer/writer Ned
Cry on a hog farm
Dancer's exercise
DNA structures
E.R. order
Florida player
Gary's home: Abbr.
Genuflection points
Granola ingredient
Hall of Fame QB Dawson
Hip bone
Itar-___ news agency
Kirsten of 'Spider-Man'
Kodak competitor
Laughing gas, for one
Like old records
Mail may be sent in this
Man in black?
Marble feature
Measure from the elbow to the end of the middle finger
Med. test result
Mideast carrier
Modern medical grps.
Most blue
Name that's an alphabet trio
Neighbor of a Vietnamese
New Deal inits.
One who's 'out'
Part of CBS: Abbr.
Part of Latin 101 conjugation
Period of time
Periods of time
Proverbial brickload
Results may do this
Retro phone feature
Right hands
Seagoing letters
See 17-Across
See 17-Across
See 17-Across
See red?
Structural members
Summer on the Seine
Topper made popular by 17- and 36-Across
Votes in Versailles
Where D.D.E. went to sch.
White House affair, maybe
Wilbur or Orville Wright
With 33-, 36- and 40-Across, American born 7/28/1929
___ 12 and 20
___ Bator
___ canto

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