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New York Times crossword of August 31st, 2003 other clues
'Alley ___!'
'Bewitched' witch
'Dirty' dish
'Funny Girl' composer
'Kinda' suffix
1984-88 skating gold medalist
A.E.C. successor
Actress Lisi
Agenda part
Aladdin ___
Andrews, e.g.: Abbr.
Answering machine offering, sometimes
Arabian Peninsula city
Arcade favorite
Assist, to Eliza Doolittle
Bank holding?
Banned pesticide
Bar topic
Barbecue setting
Bard's nightfall
Berated loudly
Best suited
Better trained
Black key
Book after Neh.
Captivate, in a way
Cartel city
Caught flat-footed on a tennis serve, maybe
City where Dr Pepper originated, 1885
Commercial prefix with Cat
Coors competitor
Cruel one
Cruiserweight boxing champion James ___
Cuba ___
Deserving a slap, perhaps
Designer Gucci
Didn't hold back one's curiosity
Dorm annoyance
Drain, in a way
Dutch sights
Early aristocrat
Egret, e.g.
Emergency delivery, maybe
Fig. with two dashes
Fits in well
Fly catcher
Fraction of a joule
From humble beginnings
From ___ Z
Galway Bay's ___ Islands
Gaucho's turf
Get the drift
Getaway spots
Go from second to third, say
Hard-to-find cards, to collectors
Havana residue
Having five sharps
Hoopster Thurmond
Hugs, symbolically
Hydrocarbon suffix
Identify, in a way
Is down with
Island wiggle
Isolde's love
It may be bitter
It's been done
Kicked around some more
Ladder company?
Like slander
Lincoln and Madison
Los ___ (nuclear site)
Low men
Mallorca Mrs.
Many moons
Mark time, in a way
Maze site, maybe
Medicinal plant
Michael Stipe's band
Mies van der Rohe's motto
Mother of Helen
Mustangs' sch.
Noah of 'ER'
Novelist ___ René Lesage
Nutritional fig.
O.J.'s team
Okra unit
Old talk show name
One X
Operatic prince
Part of a power saw
Part of B.Y.O.B.
Past masters
Plunk preceder
Pop singer Neville
Popular side
Port St. ___, Fla.
Prenatal care centers?
Prepare for the new model year
Professional headgear
Road help
Simile's center
Slider's goal
Some schoolwork
Spreading device
Stable particle
Start of a legal conclusion
Stutz contemporary
The bakery worker ___
The enterprising musician ___
The gardener ___
The shopper ___
The short-tempered fellow ___
The spendthrift ___
The unambitious worker ___
Tinker, Evers and Chance
Trattoria bottles
Trivia category
Tune out
Two-___ (court situation)
Usual: Abbr.
Vacation rental, maybe
Wagner opera
Wetlands area
Whaler's direction
When said five times, a 1974 Rolling Stones hit
Words with instant or uproar
Working without ___
___ Lingus
___-Cuban music
___-Foy, Que.

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