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New York Times crossword of July 6th, 2009 other clues
School attended by princes
Song for a diva
Superior to
Tanning lotion abbr.
Tell a whopper
The North and the South, in the Civil War
Tissue layer
Upholstered piece
Wall St. whiz
A sot he's not
Ward off
Wavy pattern on fabric
'Here ___ again'
Wolfe of whodunits
'It follows that ...'
'This will ___ further!'
___ Disney Pictures
'___ look like a mind reader?'
___ Lanka
___ Tafari (Haile Selassie)
A slave to opera?
___ time (golf course slot)
Actress Rogers who was once married to Tom Cruise
___-European languages
Actress Thompson of 'Howards End'
Angora goat's fleece
Apportions, with 'out'
Artful deception
Baltic Sea feeder
Beaujolais or Chablis
Blow it
Bowlful accompanying teriyaki
Breaks down grammatically
Burlesque bit
Capitol Hill helper
Cast-of-thousands movie
Company-paid medical and dental coverage, college tuition, etc.
Controversial substance in baseball news
Critic ___ Louise Huxtable
Diner on 'Alice'
Dorothy, to Em
Emergency door sign
Environmental sci.
Fruit often cut into balls
Garage job, for short
Get some sun
Give off, as charm
Grow tiresome
Hard-to-find guy in children's books
Hits the tab key, say
Hosiery spoiler
Ireland's hue
Liability's opposite
Macadamia, for one
McEntire of country music
Molecule building block
Monopoly card
Most like Solomon
Not prerecorded
Not so congenial
Pattern on a pinto horse
PC shortcut
Petri dish gel
Pindaric pieces
Poet ___ St. Vincent Millay
Politico Bayh
Pour forth
Put a new price on
Reduce to mush

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