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New York Times crossword of June 9th, 2006 other clues
'And while I'm on the subject ...'
'Most certainly, señor!'
'Not to worry'
1966 musical about a taxi dancer
1969 Nabokov novel
Agrippina, to Nero
All in
Any intelligence at all
Attacker of colonies
Back and forth
Become employed
Blues guitarist Sleepy John ___
Buy and sell
Buying channel on TV
Bygone coins
Continuing annoyance
Dress (up)
Electromagnetism pioneer
Familia relative
Foot soldiers: Abbr.
Go for more duty
Healthful food claim
Honor society rejectee
In place
Insect egg
Jockey Turcotte
Kind of candle
Kind of feed
Kiss: Sp.
Lot, e.g.
Makes things more interesting
Mariner's aid
Member of the Eastern establishment?
Not just butterflies
Objects of punches
Ones clearing out?
Opposite of brazen
Order with a glass of milk
Org. founded by Dr. Nathan Smith Davis
Playground retort
Plays pat-a-cake
Poked (out)
Reveal all
Saucer contents
Ships at sea
Sine ___ (timeless): Lat.
Sinking of 1898
Spot for a shot
Swinger, once
Tee neighbor
Too much excitement
Where Jocasta was queen
Women, slangily
Word of praise
Word said with a handshake
Worry beads?
___ Powers (negotiators between the U.S. and Mexico, 1914)

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