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New York Times crossword of June 12th, 1997 other clues
'My Roomy' storywriter
'Thy word is ___ unto...': Psalms
1966 A. E. Hotchner memoir
1970 George Segal movie
Air quality tester: Abbr.
American falcon
Ancient route
Ancient Semitic idol
Astronaut Shepard
B'way showing
Beans or corn, e.g.
Big-time competition: Abbr.
Cable network
Cal. units
Chlorophyta bit
City on the Missouri
Combustible woodpiles
Crew need
Dancer Carol of 'The Pajama Game'
Daughter of Laban
Didn't function properly
Draft org.
Draws out, as humor
English playwright Joe
Env. extra
First name in women's tennis
Frequent H2O accompanier
Glasgow refusal
Hyphenate with American
It might result in a change of title
Joe and others?
Johnny Cash's '___ the Line'
Landscaper's job
Laundry room brand
Like some forces
Lost interest in, in a way
Low island
Musical tail
Not basic
Not enough room to swing ___
Occasional parking requirement
Old name for the flu
Orange ___
Poe poem
Postal creed word
Queen's home
Really soak
Shy, but maybe not?
Sign of success?
Singer Payne
Sleep disturber
Start of a toast
The back of the choir?
Town near the Golden Gate Bridge
TV's 'Living ___'
White, granular powder
Word part: Abbr.
Writer Wiesel
Young lion
Young swan
___ de Cologne
___ Group (Latin American association)

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