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Event where people hold hands crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of May 2nd, 2006 other clues
'Up' votes
27, to 3
All you need, according to the Beatles
Argentine soccer star of the 1980's-90's
Barn topper
British author ___ Currie
Broadcast signal carriers
Building girder
Business exec Bronfman
Car category
Chelmsford's county
Clever comment
Comment around a birthday cake
Constellation near Ursa Major
Domino spot
Egypt's 'boy king'
Former astronaut/senator
French physicist after whom an electric unit is named
Gift tag word
Gulf state
Gymnasts' coups
Half a figure eight
Hertz competitor
Illinois city
Stone used for chess sets
Summer drinks
Tennis serving whiz
Thai currency
Theater seating choice
Throws in the towel
Tijuana table
Valuable rock
Was weak in the knees
Water conduits
Weaken from disuse
Where truckers sit
Wing ___ prayer
Word of woe
Ypsilanti sch.
In the course of many weeks
It's best when cracked
Kemo ___ (the Lone Ranger)
Kind of treatment
Land north of Chile
Laugh-a-minute type
Letter after chi
Lunden and Crawford
Maker of the Forester
Midway alternative
Name hidden in 17- and 56-Across and 11- and 28-Down
Nightmarish street
Olympic stadium centerpiece
Optimist's word
Peter of 'Lawrence of Arabia'
Pipe joint
Politico Perot
Powerful auto engine
Prefix with graph
Said uncle
Salad veggie
Scanner's scan, for short
Secret message
Sign from above
Sir Francis who circumnavigated the globe
Snack with a shell
Some choristers
Some park users
Spoken for
Stay tied

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