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New York Times crossword of June 27th, 2004 other clues
'Er ...'
'Long live the king! Long live the king!,' for example?
'Oh, puh-leeze!'
'The Count of Monte Cristo' setting
'Would you look at that?!'
'___ lied!'
11th-century conqueror
1940's-50's leader with a palindromic name
1962 war epic, with 'The'
Addition signs
Advance, slangily
Ambient music composer Brian
Amoeba, e.g.
Aussie Wimbledon winner ___ Fraser
Author Bret's deceptive move?
Bakery employee
Bath accessory
Bear's cry
Boardwalk diversion
Bookstore sect.
Breaks off
Bridal procession area?
Bridge positions
Carter and others
Catalan composer ___ Nunó, who wrote the music for the Mexican national anthem
Ceremonial splendor
Certain cameras, for short
Chess pawns, e.g.
Code signals
Consistent moneymaker
Cotton pod in Santiago?
Couple of the week, e.g.
Crosses with loops
Current flowing in the direction of the wind
Decorative shelters
Dieter's morning routine?
Door attachment
Down in the dumps
Dr.'s group
Drops off
Earning one's keep, say
ESP, they say
España, por ejemplo
Explain to
F.D.R.-era agcy.
Feature of the stratosphere
First Family member
Flirty wife in 'Of Mice and Men'
Flying Cloud automaker
Footnote abbr.
Former California fort
Frick collection
Goodbye gala
Guaranteed to get
Hebrew leader: Var.
Herb for one at the Round Table?
High jump equipment
Home of 3-Down: Abbr.
In concert
In the box
Island east of Java
It can be picked out
Jack who wrote 'In the Belly of the Beast'
Judo master
Kick up a notch
Kid carriers
Lacking a sponsor
Latin lover's word
Lets out
Letter attachments: Abbr.
Levee feature
Like a jiggermast
Locale for Bo-Peep
Manhattan area
Missing, in a way
Movie mogul Marcus
Name with Dan or San
Neighbor of Togo
Noted ennead
Offered as proof
Old English letter
Old-fashioned water conduit
Outcry from an eccentric group?
Parisian silk
Persian pleasures?
Place to set cups
Plenty ticked, with 'up'
Popular music magazine
Prefix with natal
Quiet before lions attack an animal herd?
Razor brand
Saturn, e.g.
Seminary graduate
She famously married in Gibraltar on 3/20/69
Side in the War of 1812: Abbr.
Sit (down)
Ski lodge fare
Sore spots
Spoke (up)
Spring sound
Spurious aircraft
Suburb of Minneapolis
Summer Games grp.
Town in 98-Across
Vulnerable area
Washington locale, with 'the'
Weak hit
Witty Bombeck
Work ___
Wren's sound
___ and terminer (criminal court)
___ lot (gorged oneself)
___ Z

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