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Typical ending point for this puzzle's race crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of July 10th, 2024 other clues
Warts and all
Drug that's "dropped"
Baking abbr.
Long, easy stride
Formally reject
Many stuffed cat toys
Like much Cajun chicken
Literature Nobelist born in French Algeria
Sprinkle in
Like a quarter moon tide
Most reserved
Tuscan red wines
Take in, as a breath
Some whiskeys
React like a startled horse
Scottish "John"
What memories are recounted in
"Cum On Feel the Noize" band, 1973
Rx writers
Food, informally
Caught some congers
Wound stinger
In the manner of
Hard patterns to break ... or a punny description of the climbs up the circled letters
"Tony n' ___ Wedding" (Off Broadway hit)
Mourned a death, in Judaism
Three-week bike race, such as the one featured in this puzzle
Fire remnant
Dug up
Fraction of a joule
Brings in
Hot ___ (winter quaff)
How to become a whole new hue
Little twerp
Duchess of ___ (Goya subject)
"You've convinced me!"
Device identifier, in computing
Moment, informally
Singer/activist Horne
Aerobic exercise option
Pentagon org.
Segment of this puzzle's race
"Pardon me," in Pisa
Prez's proxy
Where many Penobscot and Passamaquoddy live
Didn't just think
Actor Liu
90 degrees, say
Member of the genus Lepus
Group of two
Rotation meas.
One eschewing rose-tinted glasses
Summer refresher
Composer Rorem
Box filled with bags
Cloris ___, Emmy-winning actress on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"
Went against the Word
Food item, quaintly
Loan shark's "business"
Base boss, informally
Book in a biblioteca
___-CoV-2 (virus that causes Covid-19)
Group of three
Clock-setting standard: Abbr.
British ref.

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