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New York Times crossword of June 19th, 2004 other clues
'A truer measure of man's ability' sloganeer, once
'Angie Baby' singer, 1974
'Friends' actress, familiarly
'Medical Center' star
'The point being ...?'
'___ Time transfigured me': Yeats
Answer to the folk riddle 'Worker in yellow clothes'
Anticipates an imminent disaster, maybe
Big benefit, say
Biker's bike, colloquially
Brought by dolly
Canadian capital?
Composer Warlock
Court citation abbr.
Dainty piece of delicate workmanship
Dance studio feature
David George Gordon's 'The ___-Bug Cookbook'
Dispatch boat
Doctor's order
English river to the Wash
Field worker
Hare hunters
Hospitality target
Humanities degs.
Increase, with 'up'
It has a variety of schedules: Abbr.
Italian color
LaserJet 2100, e.g.
Lenape orator who inspired Pontiac
Like some walls
Line from a classic tongue twister
Long haul
Marinates more
Match game?
North Sea tributary
Not currently
Nursery supplies
Nut source
Occupational ending
Owner of a famous thumb
Paul Bunyan's blacksmith
Polo competitor
Poorly kept
Put a winter coat on?
Really turn on
Richard Gere title role of 2000
Ricky Nelson's '___ Late'
Salts are in it: Abbr.
Sink item
Site of some famous hangings
Solution, on an Rx
Staff lines?
Stately home
Suffix with two
Taliban mullah
Ten follower
They're impulsive
Unknown name
View from Calabria
Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo and Pitti-Sing in 'The Mikado'

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