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New York Times crossword of June 5th, 2006 other clues
'Evita' star Patti
'Moo' maker
'Rabbit food'
'So's ___ old man!'
60's protest grp.
Aardvark's morsel
Activity on a strip
Actress Anouk
Beaver's work
Believer's suffix
Brazilian hot spot
Cassini of fashion
Chopped liver spread
College professors, e.g.
Convened anew
Cosmetician Elizabeth
Cut and paste, say
Diet drink phrase
Dizzying designs
Doesn't spend everything
Dry as dust
Explorer ___ de Leon
Exterminator's work
Fountain treat
Globetrotter's document
God to a Muslim
Going ___ (bickering)
Guiding light
Hatchlings' homes
Have the flu, maybe
High hair style
Home products seller
Homecoming attendee, for short
Humorist Shriner
I love: Lat.
Increase in verticality
Knotty wood
Lawn intruder
Leopold's co-defendant in 1920's crime
Levy on consumer goods
Makes safe
Mandlikova of tennis
Morphine, e.g.
Oldies group ___ Na Na
Op. ___ (footnote abbr.)
Othello's people
Padlocked fasteners
Piece of rodeo gear
Pistol, e.g.
Popular candy bar
Post-it message
Pro-Second Amendment grp.
Ralph's wife on 'The Honeymooners'
Red-tag events
Reduces to bits
Rock concert blasters
Rockers ___ Jovi
Scent detector
Secluded valley
Shovel user
Songstress Gormé
Source of a licoricelike flavoring
Starts of 17- and 55-Across, and 11- and 29-Down, impolitely
Street crosser: Abbr.
Striker's demand
Stuck out
Tie with a clasp
Unaided sight
Was a fink
Web address ender
Woman's undergarment
Years back
Young seal
___ Quimby (Beverly Cleary heroine)

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