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New York Times crossword of July 27th, 2006 other clues
Julio to julio
Many a door feature
Math subj.
Mil. address
Most flamboyant
New Deal org.
Not open
Old ___, Conn.
Olds oldies
One who skips church, maybe
Overstay one's welcome, e.g.
Part of an ear
Part of the press
Plenty mad
Punished with a stick
Remove the pits from
Second-year collegians, informally
Sends, as payment
Setting for a check
Shade of 17- and 57-Across
Some insurance frauds
Subjects of a hit 2005 documentary
Sweet suffixes?
This answer and others
Thomas of 'That Girl'
TV juggernaut started 10/6/2000
Vegas V.I.P.
When the Sup. Court's new term begins
Without ___ (silently)
Wreath material
Erred on
'I can't he-e-ear you ...!'
'No kidding!'
'Or ___!'
'The Freshmaker' candy
'Yes, indeed!'
'You don't believe me?'
Again, in music
Architectural space above an arch
Bit of scum
Census unit
Charge for using
Coat part
Computer storage unit, informally
Con's opposite
Coquette's trait
Currency exchange shop abbr.
Dizzy Gillespie specialty
Double Stuf treat
Elaine ___ of 'Seinfeld'
English professor's wear, stereotypically
Enter full-force
Eponymous physicist
Had on one's back
Hardly geniuses
High school class, informally
Home, for one
How 46-Across can be answered
Instant, in slang
Intestinal parts
French rocket
Gen. Robert E. ___
Writer ___ Stanley Gardner
___ mama (rum drink)

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