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New York Times crossword of June 3rd, 2018 other clues
'Baseball' documentarian Burns
'Be there in a jiffy!'
'I'm off'
'My dear man'
'Runaway' singer Shannon, 1961
'Say cheese!'
'Star Wars' name
'The Handmaid's Tale' author
1904 Jack London novel
Actress Ryder
Aggressive types
Atlantic 10 Conf. school
Ball bearer
Bank trouble?
Before being outed, for short
Boat that landed on 94-Down
Call it a day ... or a career
Camelhair color
Cartoon collectible
Caste member
Charlotte ___ (Caribbean capital)
City ENE of Cleveland, O
Cold War-era inits
Colleague of Freud
Common seasoning for Italian sausage
Company name ender after '&'
County name in 30 states
Court plea
Court plea, briefly
Delivery that's usually expected
Doesn't let it go
Double-platinum album for Steely Dan
Dress down
Eppie's adoptive father, in a George Eliot novel
Fabulous fabulist
Fastball, in baseball slang
Father of Phobos, the god of fear
Final, countrywide competition
First U.S. city to host the Olympics
Floor piece
Fruit soda brand
German hunting dog
Go (for)
Got into a mess?
Greek island where Pythagoras and Epicurus were born
Group with five members in this puzzle, with 'the'
H.S. study
Half a step?
Hampton ___
Harriet Beecher Stowe novel subtitled 'A Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp'
He said 'It's not bragging if you can back it up'
Heavy winds
House speaker after Boehner
Insurance giant
Is up to the task
Kind of chips you shouldn't eat
Lady's title
Liability of note?
Linguists' interests
Lining up against
Maternally related
McQueen or King
Mortar carrier
Mover, but not a shaker (one hopes)
Mythological bird
Native Oklahoman
Not be straight
Not even close?
Not opposin'
Not with it
Novelist Patchett
Numerical prefix
Only African-American to win an Oscar, Tony and Emmy for acting
Opera set in 1800 Rome
Papal conclave members
Parlor pieces
Pick up
Place in a 1969 western
Play the part of
Points (to)
Prop for a lion tamer
Relatives of bobolinks
Relevant, legally
Riverboat hazard
Salary negotiator
See 18-Down
See 46-Across
Serious devotee
Sleep stage
Some calls on a police hotline
Sound of the South
Sports axiom refuted by this puzzle
State since 1864: Abbr
State with five teams in the 84-Across: Abbr
Suffragist Elizabeth Cady ___
Sunday delivery: Abbr
Temple of Isis site
Things falling out of Vogue?
Things that corrections correct
Tour hiree
Typical intro?
Very lowbrow
Ways of doing things, for short
Wedding pair
Wee bit
What ballplayers look forward to after playing on the road
Where General Mills is headquartered
Where techno music originated
Where the Sun shines?
Winner of 11 Grand Slam tennis titles
Winston Churchill, notably
With 47-Down, driver's question
Woolly ruminant
Words of confidence
Words to a Spanish sweetheart
Your, to Yves
___ Minella (Muppet monkey)
___ platter
___ tap

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