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New York Times crossword of July 23rd, 2006 other clues
Drew nigh
Dries, in a way
Duration of many a TV show
Enlarge, in a way
Enthusiastic cheering section at a bullfight?
Enzyme suffix
Expert in ornamental fabrics?
Fair-hiring org.
Fillet
Fishing gear with fine mesh wire
Flute, e.g.
Foreign exchange option
Freely
French priest born in early July?
Game with matchsticks
Garage job
Gave in
Girl's name that's a Texas county seat
Green
Haberdashery item
He hoped to succeed H.S.T.
Intensifies, with 'up'
It melts in your mouth
J. M. Barrie pirate
Jazzman Saunders
Journal add-on?
Jumper, briefly
Just back from vacation, say
Kind of blast
Kind of engr.
Lamenting one
Lend support to
Life of ___
Sleek, for short
Some choristers
Some Filipinos
Source of iron
Spot in a Manilow tune
St. Andrews golf club member
Start of Montana's motto
Starter's need
Steamed
Storyteller of Samos
Suffix with front
Sweet after-dinner drinks
They do the thinking
They're trident-shaped
Tranquil scene
Trick shot that knocks the balls off a French pool table?
Trojan War sage
TV alien
U.S. ally since '48
Unbroken
Vietnamese city painted in soothing colors?
Virtuous sort
W.W. II-era enlistee
Was of use to
What a dummy!
Wine that causes incoherent talk?
With no guarantees
Worry, it's said
Yearbook sect.
[sigh]
___ corda (music marking)
___ Coty, predecessor of Charles de Gaulle
___' Pea
'Had enough?'
'Missed it!'
'Not my problem!'
'Please?'
'You've got to be kidding!'
1940's first lady
Actress Anderson
Ad headline
Additionally
After-school arrangements
Apology starter
Attire
Authorize
Authorized to travel
Auto parts giant
Bireme gear
Bit of sports news
Boxer-turned-actor
Brownie, e.g.
Brute
Bungled, with 'up'
Calif. hub
Capital on the Mississippi
Catkin bearers
Centers of squares, maybe
Chanson de ___
Clarifying phrase
Common Internet letters
Common order, with 'the'
Concerning
Corp. honcho
Cracker spread that's a little sparse on top?
Cream
Dasher, to Dancer
Defeats regularly, in sports lingo
Deli offering
Dept. of Labor div.
Discontinued investigative series?
Like a cardinal
Like pure gold
Literary governess
Lively tempo
Make it big
Mint hardware
Monologist of note
No longer good
Not quite right?
Old 'public diplomacy' org.
Old five-franc coin
Orchard starter
Pacific kingdom
Peace Nobelist called a 'messenger to mankind'
Place for a pad
Place on the schedule
Poppy derivative
Popular British society magazine
Promptly
Pseudopod formers
Punished, in a way, in the Bible
Put on record, but not actually on a record
Put out
Rate at which a personnel manager works?
Rehabilitated, in a way
Ring
Rink leap
River whose delta is Cape Tortosa
Romp
Salinger dedicatee
Second word of many limericks
Shook down
Sidesplitter
Simple headstone
Simple, pretty songs

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