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Madame Tussaud's first name crossword clue


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New York Times crossword of June 10th, 2011 other clues
Elaborate spectacles
Flame Queen ___ (famous gemstone)
Game show fodder
Handle, as paperwork
Having multiple layers of self-reference
Hockey stat
It uses liquid from a pitcher
It's at the end of the line
Jazz trumpeter Baker
Largest land animal
Like the ancient Greeks
Major party
Make known
Membership list
Mid 19th-century president
Oedipus, for one
Old English recorder
One with big hips, maybe
Ones offering pass protection?
Pirate's hiding place, possibly
Political entity of 1854-1900
Popular June program?
Queen Dido's home
Resolve a longstanding disagreement
Roadbed inset
Rob Roy or Shirley Temple
Role in a drawing-room mystery
Short-lived republic founded in 1836
Site of Goodfellow Air Force Base
Southern contraction
Special Forces units
Swampland swimmer
Take a piece from
They're thrown in anger
Tolstoy character ___ Ilyich
Tree-defoliating insect
Tries to ensure a hit
Typical of urban life
What keeps a camera rolling?
Where one may take the plunge?
Where Patroclus met his end
___ 8
Actress Corby who played Grandma Walton
'Beyond the Sea' singer
'Little' Dickens character
'Poor Richard's Almanack' tidbit
'That little darkroom where negatives are developed,' per Michael Pritchard
1950s million-selling song that begins 'The evening breeze caressed the trees ...'
Alan who won an Emmy for his role on 'The West Wing'
Animated girl-group leader
Arm of the sea?
Artists' stories, maybe
Chance to win
Cloud maker
Cocktail often made with pineapple juice
Conseil d'___ (French government body)
Cuts a line, say
Day break

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