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New York Times crossword of June 10th, 2014 other clues
Alexander Graham Bell, for one
'Funeral Blues' poet
'I am woman, hear me ___'
'Terrible' age
'The L Word' role for Katherine Moennig
2013 Sheryl Sandberg best seller
Alternative if things don't work out
Arias, e.g
Asteroid ___
Badger's home: Abbr
Be overflowing
Beaver projects
Beyoncé, to Solange, or vice versa
Bit of praise, in modern usage
Bobble or fumble
Brief 1727 headline?
Brief 1831 headline?
Brief 1931 headline?
Busts, as broncos
Carne ___ (Mexican dish)
Castle protection
CBS drama with multiple spinoffs
Chihuahua sound
Clio : history :: ___ : lyric poetry
Disinfectant target
Drop of melodrama?
Employee of TV's Sterling Cooper & Partners
Fictional opening?
Fill to excess
Get smart
Girl Scout cookie with toasted coconut
Goes fishing in go fish?
Golf ball's position
Gotham City V.I.P
Harden (to)
Historic event on Bikini atoll, briefly
Hits a fly, say
Home of Waikiki Beach
In different places
It's a plus
Jet that once made a boom, in brief
Luau dish
Lymph ___
Meditation syllables
Mends, as socks
Museum's ends?
Not even
Old West 'neckties'
One way to ride a horse
Onetime Disney chief
Org. with eligibility rules
Part of U.N.L.V
Pawnshop estimate
Piano man, maybe
Places to go fishing
Prefix with -genarian
Rickman of the Harry Potter films
Root beer, e.g
Secretive classroom activity ... or what 20-, 27- and 44-Across are anagrammatic examples of?
Set up, as a chair
Something to be proven in a criminal case
Steel magnate Carnegie
Switch positions
Take advantage (of)
The year 1551
Vegas hotel transport
View from a pew, maybe
Where the Carpenters 'long to be' in a 1970 #1 hit
Word of thanks overseas
Writer ___ Stanley Gardner
You might pick one up in a bar
___ Lingus

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