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New York Times crossword of July 2nd, 2006 other clues
Guitarlike Japanese instruments
Hard stuff
Hat, slangily
High reputes
Historic symbol whose shape can be found hidden in this completed puzzle
Houdini's real name
I.R.A. part: Abbr.
Image that appears with the 20-Across on an old half dollar
In a Weird Al Yankovic song, he 'looks like a Muppet, but he's wrinkled and green'
In the middle of
It may follow you
It's filled with bills
Japanese noodle product
June honorees
Kind of I.R.A.
Lateral lead-in
Legal org.
Like a juggernaut
Like a Rolls-Royce
Like many T's and P's
Like Saturn
Longtime setting for 20-Across
Made better
Misses the wake-up call
More fit
Moving away from the sides
Mozart's birthplace: Abbr.
Much-photographed White House area
Muslim leader
'Tell me about it'
'Consider it done!'
'Cool' amount
'George of the Jungle' elephant
'I beg to differ!'
'Sweet as apple cider' girl
'There's gold in them ___ hills!'
1776-1876: Abbr.
34th U.S. pres.
Actor Gibson
Airport area
Album feature
Alexander Hamilton's place, informally
Allegro ___ (music direction)
Author Deighton
Ballantine, e.g.
Bard's nightfall
Baseballers' wear
Better set
Sounds of woe
Southern side?
Stage elevator
Starr and others
Still snoring
Takes power away from
Talking Heads co-founder David
Talking point?
Temple with curved roofs
They go all out at beauty shops
Things needed around dictators
Top-secret grp.
TV canine
Twisty turn
U.S. atty. gen. in 1962
Welcome, as the new year
Within reach
___ Popular
Big bird
Bighearted one
Book before James: Abbr.
British verb ending
Carpentry supplies
Center of Florida?
Certain fungus
Check over
Comedy shtick
Comics shriek
Coulter who wrote 'Godless: The Church of Liberalism'
Creme-filled chocolate treats
Direct contact
Dish prepared in a skillet
Domestic Old World birds
Earth, to Mahler
Emergency calling plan
First group of invitees
Flight segment
Follower of Benedict?
Fraudulent contestant
French noodle product?
From Phila. to Miami
German auto pioneer Gottlieb
Go over the limit?
Granada gold
Green: Prefix
Groups that run
Natl. Novel Writing mo.
Not dis
Oil producer
Old washing machine feature
Olympic officials
Ones making amphibious landings?
Opposite of blow up
Org. with operations
Original ___
Ornament that may be worn with sandals
P.O. box item
Pastoral cry
Payroll dept. ID's
Polished off
Prefix with dermis
Previously recorded
Pulls in
Put forward
Repeated phrase in Martin Luther King Jr.'s 'I Have a Dream' speech
Rutabagas, e.g.
Saturate, in dialect
Savory French appetizers
Shot by a doctor
Skin cleanser component
Small handful
Some radio dispatches, for short

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