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New York Times crossword of July 26th, 2011 other clues
What some sprays eliminate
Without a time limit, as a contract
Yahoo! competitor
___ Lingus
___ Vecchio (Florence landmark)
Lighthouse locales
Like much folk music: Abbr.
Links alert
Listened, old-style
Long look
Marisa of 'My Cousin Vinny'
Most common dice rolls
No-calorie drink
One without a permanent address
Patronize, as a restaurant
PBS science series
Perfect place
President after Tyler
Professional with an apron
Professor Marvel in 'The Wizard of Oz,' e.g.
Put down some chips
Richards of the Stones
Roam (about)
Rock's Better Than ___
Rotational force
Sharp as a tack
Slowly, on a score
Sound engineer's control
Suffix with moral or popular
Table scrap
Tenth: Prefix
Texas flag feature
Tool for a confident solver
Troubadour's instrument
U. of Maryland player
Up to, in ads
Very top
West of Hollywood
Bit of bridal attire
'Good golly!'
'Swoosh' company
'___ Boys' (Louisa May Alcott book)
Ballgame souvenir
Bird in a bevy
Bouillabaisse, e.g.
Bridge maven Sharif
Bring together
Can't-miss event
Cleveland Indians nickname, with 'the'
Close to, in poetry
Cosmetician Lauder
Doorframe part
Dungeon hardware
DVR button
Early Ron Howard role
Emissions watchdog, for short
Furniture hardwood
German port on the Weser
Gun lobby org.
Had the guts
Hearing aid?
Henry VIII's sixth, Catherine ___
How a quarterback may throw a ball
In need of recharging
Jan Brady player on 'The Brady Bunch'
Jew's-harp sounds
Jim Davis cartoon dog
Just barely
Kid-lit elephant

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