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New York Times crossword of June 1st, 2010 other clues
'Animal House' beanie sporters
'Christ is ___!' (Easter shout)
'No ___!' ('Easy!')
'Shane' star
'This ___ outrage!'
'___ en Rose' (Edith Piaf song)
56, in old Rome
Ajax or Bon Ami
Albany is its cap.
At the drop of ___
Beat to death, so to speak
Buck's mate
Capitol Hill worker
Checkout annoyance
Comic-strip light bulb
Doesn't hoof it
Driver's lic. and such
F.D.R. power project: Abbr.
Fly-catching creature
For all to see
Hammer part
Having no intermission
High, pricewise
Hobbyist's knife brand
L.E.D. part
Late football star and FTD pitchman Merlin
Late singer Horne
Letter after pi
Like some toasters and children's books
Like the proverbial beaver
Morales of 'La Bamba'
Movie pal of Stitch
Name to the cabinet, say
Neighbor of Yemen
Neptune's realm
North-of-the-border grid org.
Not quite round
Old French coin
Ottoman Empire chief
Overdo it onstage
Place that's 'up the river'
Province of ancient Rome
Rat on the Mob
River pair
Rolaids alternative
Say without thinking
Sch. founded by Thomas Jefferson
Shakespeare character who goes insane
Show of hands, e.g.
Slow-cooked beef entree
Sluggo's comics pal
Some are saturated
Some flooring
Sommer in cinema
Spy Aldrich
Symbol of slyness
Take forcibly
The movie 'Wordplay,' for one
Thing to pick
Tolkien beast
Two cents' worth
Van Susteren of Fox News
Versatile vehicle, for short
Weed whacker
Woman depicted in 'The Birth of Old Glory'
Wroclaw's river
___ Vallarta, Mexico

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