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Boxer Tommy, loser to Joe Louis in a 1937 title bout crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of September 22nd, 2006 other clues
'Same Time, Next Year' happening
'Zoboomafoo' network
1966 Frank Sinatra hit
1978 and 1986 World Cup winner
Arizona's ___ Canyon Dam
As above
Athletes Jim and Ian
Be in preparation
Bullied, in a way, with 'on'
Carrier whose logo is an eight-pointed star
Certain salts
Chinese menu word
Decorative covers
Deeply tan
Diamond datum
Early Europeans
Emulate a base runner?
Exotic locale in old literature and song
Fifth of five
Ghost of literature
Had nothing
Had nowhere to go but up
Hit with an errant pitch, maybe
Informal greeting
It may be found under an umbrella
It's a surprise
Lacks what it takes
Lake St. ___, between Michigan and Ontario
Last: Abbr.
Like craft shows
Like some differences
Lion prey
Literally, 'king'
M-1 rifle inventor
Magician's forte
Major defense contractor
Many a charity event
Name jewelry
Old-fashioned buildings in the English countryside
Ones turning on stoves?
Popular weekend event
Reacted kittenishly
Slipped out of
Star of 'The One,' 2001
Successor to Goldberg on the Supreme Court
Sword swallowing, e.g.
Totally unlike
Tower's end?
Very loosely knit
W.W. II map: Abbr.
Where Dick Cheney grew up
X-___ (big, in commercial names)
Yellowstone sight
___ acid (preservative)

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