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New York Times crossword of July 1st, 2010 other clues
Puccini's 'O ___ babbino caro'
Put on a show
Put up
Raccoon relative
Result of a certain med. test
Romanian 'dollars'
Run for it
See 1-Across
See 16-Across
See 34-Across and 45-Across
See 69-Across
See 70-Across
Show greed or impatience
Stalwart supporter
Subject of union negotiations
Tandoori-baked bread
Traditional Easter entree
Turban wearer
U.F.O. crew
Was radiant
Weapon in 'The Terminator'
What the Mad Hatter pours on the Dormouse to wake it up
When repeated, it might accompany a finger wag
Winner of the first World Cup: Abbr.
With 14-Across, breakfast order?
With 42-Across, birdie?
With 67-Across, dreaded words from a cop?
With 72-Across, motto of a fitness trainer?
With 8-Across, world's oldest subway system?
With fervor
'CSI' topic, often
'Keep dreaming!'
'___ Eyes' (1969 hit)
'Twelfth Night' duke
'___ bad!'
15th-century pontiff who was the only pope to write an autobiography
Actor Moody of 'Oliver!'
Answer angrily
Away from the mouth
Bookstore section
Classless group?
Coconut oil source
Coin in 'The Merchant of Venice'
Confidante, say
Dick's partner
Entry at a hippodrome
Eocene, e.g.
Florida tourist attraction
Govt. office supplier
Joseph who co-founded an ice cream company
Like some answers
Long-nosed fish
Longtime TV inits.
Lovers of luxury
Many an Australian bird
Mathematician Gödel
Morning ___ (radio format)
Neighbor of Ill.
Neighbor of Syr.
Not like a landlubber
One of a Western political family
Pacific republic
Parisian palace
Pontiac, for one
___ by Google

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