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New York Times crossword of June 6th, 2004 other clues
'May ___ frank?'
'The Time Machine' race
'Today' rival, for short
'Well, look here!'
'You better believe it!'
'___ a date!'
'___ la Douce'
1980's Defense secretary Weinberger
A sci.
Abbr. before some state names
Anthem with two sets of lyrics
Arduous chore
Aspiring cartoonist's problem?
Becomes pallid
Boaster's comment, in a cartoon?
Bordering area
Campers' milieu
Capek play
Carbohydrate suffix
Cartoon dialogue?
Cartoons displayed on easels?
Chicken's place
City WSW of Copenhagen
Classic Harlem theater
Common rhyme scheme
Commuter headaches
Construction beam
Cross condition
Demand more cartoon ideas?
Desires, with 'after'
Drivers' org.
Easy two-pointer
End of ___
English literary pseudonym
Every other quarter
Farm enclosure
Fed. loan group
Food thickener
Gas: Prefix
Goes blindly
Good laugh
Grant, as a title
Havana, informally
HBO sports series
Here, to a 108-Across
Hero aviators
Hindu title
Immigrant's sch. course
In again, after being out
Instant: Abbr.
It 'kills' some people
Jeanne, e.g.: Abbr.
Kicks up one's heels?
Kitchen gadgets
Knockouts, so to speak
Lady abroad: Abbr.
Large number suffix
Like Haydn's 'The Fire' Symphony
Like some rotations
Lock up for a long time
Making lots of circles in a cartoon?
Many Christmas trees
Means of finding cartoon signatures?
Miss ___ Evans of McCullers's 'Ballad of the Sad Cafe'
Modern times
Money in Port Elizabeth
Moo ___ pork
Musical notes
N.L. team since 1969
Nile slitherers
No string bean
North African native
On/off points: Abbr.
One with lots of bucks?
Pasta name suffix
Pedal pusher
Phone abbr.
Place to walk, for short
Pogo and others
Pointed end
Popular drink mix
Quick assent
Rembrandt van ___
Rested (on)
Russian assents
Set off
Sibelius's 'Valse ___'
Sign on an elementary school door
Slangy greetings
Some roulette bets
Special ___
Standout performance
Summer treats
Super bargain
Sword lilies
T size: Abbr.
Tests for some coll. seniors
They're shut at night
Third-century year
Title town in a John Denver song
Traveler's alternative to J.F.K.
Underground grp.
Union symbol
Up's partner
Wall St. hiree
Wanting as much change as possible?
What good R.N.'s dispense
When repeated, a cry of approval
Where to color cartoons?
Word after he and she
Writer Walker and others
Yoakam who sang 'Honky Tonk Man'
___ Hawkins Day
___ Palmas
___ Sec.

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