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New York Times crossword of July 21st, 2011 other clues
Courtier who invites Hamlet to fence with Laertes
Dissolve a relationship
Drop the ball
Fax predecessor
Food label abbr.
French writer with snaky hair and a petrifying gaze?
Green gourd, informally
'Baby' singer Justin
'Beat it!'
'The Bridge at Narni' artist
1985 N.L. M.V.P. Willie
'Vive' follower
'What a good boy ___!'
Meal preceder?
29-Down, down South
A to Z, e.g.
Antelope of southern Africa
Australian sprinter
Buried treasures
City of 2 1/2+ million at the mouth of the Yodo River
Come to mind again
Comment preceding 'Gern geschehen'
Common undergrad course of study
Common work boot feature
Engine type
Formerly, name-wise
From the start
Hoedown participant
Put out, with 'off'
Receiver of private letters?: Abbr.
Hoop alternative
See 27-Down
See 36-Across
In favor of the first book?: Abbr.
Service that requires no shoes
Seuss character who 'speaks for the trees'
Sharp put-down
Short jackets
Sportscaster Andrews
It's developed during training season
Start of a children's rhyme
Joint custody parties
Three-pointers: Abbr.
Traditional March birthstone
Unisphere, e.g.
Walgreens competitor
Like some bars and beaches
What might be a knockout?
With 38-Across, deli purchase ... or a description of the answer to 17-, 26-, 47- or 55-Across
___ Barton, first Triple Crown winner, 1919
Make fast
___ one
___ salad
Mech. whiz
Mewing passerines
Mom's special road-trip corn bread?
Compact Nissan model
N. African land
Obsolescent communication devices
One trying to shake a leg, for instance?
Pony players' parlor: Abbr.

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