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New York Times crossword of June 11th, 2006 other clues
'Good shot!'
'Goosebumps' author R. L. ___
'Handyman's Corner' Columnist
'Jurassic Park' terror, for short
'M' star
'No seats left'
'Two eggs over easy,' e.g.
A as in Amiens
A year before the Battle of Hastings
Accusatory phrase
Air Force noncom: Abbr.
Alternative to stamp
Animal with a flexible snout
Any of TV's Clampetts
Area between posts
Away's partner
Bakery offering
Belly button type
Book Reviewer
British actress Sylvia
Butt of jokes
Canadian lout
Change, as part of a computer program
Chianti or Orvieto
Chicago's ___ Planetarium
Cinematic beekeeper
Clear (of)
Cockpit need
Coin in Cancún
Colo. neighbor
Connecticut collegian
Dadaist Jean
Dogs that rarely bark
Element whose name comes from Greek for 'inactive'
Fats Domino's 'I've ___ Around'
Fifth word of the Gettysburg Address
First Irish P.M.
Foreign Affairs Editor
Fruit with a pit
Gardening Columnist
Go over again, in a way
Gold watch recipient, maybe
Hardly a hipster
High School Sports Reporter
Holy man
Horoscope Writer
Hurl everywhere
Illegal lighting?
Isaac Asimov mystery 'Murder at the ___'
It's just over a foot
King, in Portugal
Like a prima ballerina
Like the crown of the Statue of Liberty
Like the stone that slew Goliath
Litter site
Lock site
Lost one?
Lover of Eurydice, in myth
Maytag acquisition of 2001
Morales of 'N.Y.P.D. Blue'
NCR product
Nero's love
News in sports
Nickname for Dartmouth
Number's target?
Obituary Writer
One way to go
Oom-___ (tuba sounds)
Opposite of kick
Org. whose members' lies are discussed on TV
Pantry stock
Party professional
Peak in Thessaly
Peeples and Vardalos
Perfume quantity
Person living along a large stream, informally
Physicist with a unit named after him
Places for M.D.'s and R.N.'s
Present time in France?
Put on cloud nine
Puzzle Editor
Quaker State, e.g.
Rainbow component
Schoolyard retort
Seller of Kenmore appliances
Send an invitation for
Shamu, for one
Shell game
Sicilian seaport
Ski wear
Slip in a pot
Soldiers of Saruman, in Tolkien
Some are blessed
Something that's struck
Spanish cubist Juan
Spanish eyes
Star in Orion
Start eating
Stay-at-home dad
The N.B.A.'s Elvin Hayes, to fans
The son on 'Sanford and Son'
Tillis who sang 'I Ain't Never'
Traditional Sunday fare
Travel Editor
Turkey's highest point
Twain's ___ Joe
Velvety cotton fabric
Volunteer's words
Washington city on Puget Sound
Weather Page Editor
Where to stick a pick
White House worker
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___ à manger (ready to eat, in France)
___ kwon do

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