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New York Times crossword of June 10th, 2007 other clues
'Down ___' (Janis Joplin song)
'Fish Magic' and 'Twittering Machine'
'Harlequin's Carnival' painter
'Just a ___' (Marlene Dietrich's last film)
Lake that James Fenimore Cooper called Glimmerglass
Lhasa ___
Lifter's rippler
Live in the past?
Mary Shelley subtitle, with 'The'
Matter of W.W. II secrecy
Mindful of
Moved purposefully
Mystery award
New wrinkles
Nonmechanized weapon
Ottoman, e.g.: Abbr.
Pianist Rubinstein
Poet who wrote 'Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal'
Priority system
Put on a happy face
Q player in 'Die Another Day'
Rank and file
Reach for the stars
Reading and others: Abbr.
Recipe measures: Abbr.
Robert Burns poem
Russian literary award established in 1881
Second-highest mountain in the lower 48 states
Sent sprawling
Consume piggishly
Côte d'Or's capital
December laughs
Doc bloc: Abbr.
Doc's wife in 'Come Back, Little Sheba'
Dudley Do-Right's love
Early racer
energystar.gov grp.
European Union member since 2004
Fall event, usually
Father of Henry II
Fig. in TV's 'Third Watch'
First sign
Free, in a way
Fully ready
Gets to commit
Give up on détente
Glass bottom
Good name for a minimalist?
Hair-raising cry
Handel oratorio
Initial sounds of a relief effort?
It sticks to the ribs
It's for the birds
Italicizes, e.g.
Jump over
K.G.B. predecessor
Kind of barrier
Kurt denial?
'The End of the Affair' author, 1951
Short notes
'The Mysterious Island' captain
Short ways to go?
'Under the Pink' singer Tori
'___ Crazy' (1977 Paul Davis hit)
Sign of neglect
'___ the morning!'
Slightly tainted
1914 Booth Tarkington novel
Adam and Eve, at a diner
Social workers
Admiral who went down with the Scharnhorst
Sot spot
Special ___
Ally of the Cheyenne
Alternative to the euro: Abbr.
Stately old dance
Answers, for short
Stir up
Subject of a Boito opera
Back then, back when
Barrel org.
Swiss resort with the Cresta Run
Batch of Brownies
Tax relief, e.g.
Be too tight
The whale in 'Pinocchio'
Big letter
They're the pits
Bleu hue
Blog comments
Timeline breaks
Boeing worker: Abbr.
Transverse rafter-joining timber
Branch of Islam
Turned yellow, maybe
Bridge supports
TV star who directed the 1999 documentary 'Barenaked in America'
Broad terrace with a steep side
Using one's shirtsleeve as a napkin, e.g.
Burning issue
Vocal opponent
Capital of Valais canton
Where Huxley taught Orwell
Car body strengtheners
Where the Storting sits
Car that 'beats the gassers and the rail jobs' in a 1964 hit
Windsurfers' mecca
Words of endorsement
CAT scan units
World's biggest city built on continuous permafrost
Cause for a massage
World's smallest island nation
___ cards (ESP testers)
Cheese ___
Chinese philosopher Chuang-___
Churchillian trademark
Circular edge
Comment made while crossing the fingers

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