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New York Times crossword of July 1st, 2005 other clues
Its capital is Dresden
Its capital is Dresden
Jumper
Jumper
Kick, so to speak
Kick, so to speak
Kind of show
Kind of show
Lift up
Lift up
Like the bone in a loin steak
Like the bone in a loin steak
Modern media form
Modern media form
Not fill something all the way, say
Not fill something all the way, say
Noted exercise?
Noted exercise?
One with a night job
One with a night job
Ones with crossed arms, traditionally
Ones with crossed arms, traditionally
Onetime capital of the Mogul Empire
Onetime capital of the Mogul Empire
Pick up
Pick up
Picnic container in Britain
Picnic container in Britain
Pikes
Pikes
Pioneers
Pioneers
'Disgusting!'
'Caligula' playwright
'Caligula' playwright
'Calvin and Hobbes' girl
'Calvin and Hobbes' girl
'Disgusting!'
'I'm just kidding!' indicator
'I'm just kidding!' indicator
'___ all frail': Angelo in 'Measure for Measure'
'___ all frail': Angelo in 'Measure for Measure'
'___ sport!'
'___ sport!'
All-___
All-___
Alphabetic trio
Alphabetic trio
Author Andreyev, called 'The Edgar Allan Poe of Russian Literature'
Author Andreyev, called 'The Edgar Allan Poe of Russian Literature'
Bell sound
Bell sound
Breaks
Breaks
Brings down
Brings down
British band with the 1967 hit 'Itchycoo Park'
British band with the 1967 hit 'Itchycoo Park'
Called
Called
Clinton Cabinet member
Clinton Cabinet member
Clobbered
Contents of a modern flood
Divider?
Employee of the fictional Wagner Company for 34 years
Employee of the fictional Wagner Company for 34 years
Everything
Everything
Firm parts: Abbr.
Grabbed, as an opportunity
Grabbed, as an opportunity
Grilling spot
Had half a role in producing
Ignores
Ignores
Immense
It begins 'On my honor …'
Clobbered
Contents of a modern flood
Powerful, alluring men
Powerful, alluring men
Raked over the coals
Deep Throat's identity
Raked over the coals
Slack-jawed, maybe
Slack-jawed, maybe
Some bolt holders
Some bolt holders
Deep Throat's identity
Southern border city
Southern border city
Start of North Carolina's motto
Start of North Carolina's motto
Stuck, after 'in'
Stuck, after 'in'
Sunday newspaper section
Sunday newspaper section
The King's daughter
The King's daughter
They're covered with sheets when in use
They're covered with sheets when in use
Thin as ___
Thin as ___
U.N. observer grp.
U.N. observer grp.
What knockouts get
Divider?
What knockouts get
Yellow
Divisions politiques
Yellow
Divisions politiques
Firm parts: Abbr.
Formal declaration
Geom. measure
Geom. measure
Gizmos used in 5-Down
Gizmos used in 5-Down
Grilling spot
Had half a role in producing
Immense
It begins 'On my honor …'

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