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New York Times crossword of August 9th, 2014 other clues
British footballer Wayne ___
Case for a bootblack
Colonel's charge, once
Common dance theme
ConocoPhillips competitor
Conqueror of Valencia, with 'the'
Contents of some lockers
Conventioneers: Abbr
Couscous ingredient
Creature that moves by jet propulsion
Drop off
Drug dealer on 'The Wire'
Fashion designer Browne
Fig. on some shredded documents
French locale of prehistoric cave paintings
Going in circles
Group of lovers, collectively
High level
How Mount Etna erupts
Image on many an old map
Lear's youngest
Like John Belushi, ethnically
Like top-shelf liquor
Loses one's shadow, say
Many a flier under a door
Alternative to an elbow
'Mad Men' award
'The Divine Comedy' has 100 of them
'What's the ___?'
'___ mañana' (procrastinator's jokey motto)
A-F or G-K, maybe
Bellwether sound
Biblical quartet
Big beat?
Bishop's place
Bolívar, Cohiba or Juan López
Monocle, in British slang
Mount St. ___ (Alaska/Canada border peak)
One getting stuck in a horror movie
One might have a cameo at the end
Ones working over the holidays?
Part of Austin Powers's attire
Patronize, in a way
Place to walk to
Powder holder
Quickly produces in great quantity
Raphael's '___ Madonna'
Shakespearean lament
Ski lodge fixtures
Some gatherings in halls
Some modern fads
Spelunking supply
Swinging joints
The Battle of Thermopylae, for the Spartans
Tomahawk for Andrew Jackson, surprisingly
Try to stop
Washington, once, so they say
Weak, with 'down'

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