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New York Times crossword of July 21st, 2006 other clues
Boxed game equipment
Broadway 'score'
Burned up
Burned up
Casting need
Chicago setting: Abbr.
Christmas tree circler, perhaps
Cipher org.
Come ___ surprise
Computer character set
Computing-Tabulating-Recording Co., today
Country singer England and others
Entered the pool?
Family tree word
Frequent feature of Emily Dickinson poetry
G.M. and G.E.
Gut feeling
Hardly Mr. Personality
It's sickening
Landmark Paris church La ___-Chapelle
Laugh sound
Leaves alone
Like what a person likes
Long shot
Magazine holders
Misses in Spain: Abbr.
Movie character whose first name is Julius
Movie producer?
One who might win a spelling competition
Opposite of down
Part of an egotist's self-description
Parts of medical checkups
Polynesian carving
Popular game on TV
Rocky peak
Rural vehicle
Set down
Shows excitement (over)
Stay fresh
Talk over?
They may produce checks
Two-time U.S. Open champion
Vice president who graduated from Princeton at 16
Was fast ... or wasn't fast
Welcome, in a phrase
William Herschel discovery of 1781
Wound tighter
___ Secretary
___ tai
A.L. Central team, on a scoreboard
#4 for Boston
'Pink Cadillac' singer, 1988
'This is a Montague, our ___': 'Romeo and Juliet'
-ed, e.g.: Abbr.
A Chaplin
Band on foot?
Bob in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Bottom line
Bowmen's implements

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