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New York Times crossword of June 7th, 2007 other clues
Barnard grad, e.g.
Between shores, maybe
Brit's oath
Cap'n's underling
Cleric's attire
Con games
Crude containers: Abbr.
D.M.V. document
Deputy: Abbr.
Double dessert
Eastern priests
Enemy of la Révolution française
Even if, briefly
Experiment's yield
Eyelid annoyance
Factor in a wine review
Field part
Firm member: Abbr.
French filmmaker Clair
Frontier sharpshooter
Get together without fanfare?
Goddess whose bird was a peacock
Got a load of
Harry's pal at Hogwarts
Help provider
Hosted at one's penthouse, say
Job at a lineup
Jobs creation
Long green
Long line in Rome
Ltr. routing aid
Not giving the police any more information
Out of kilter
Overflow site
Plot again
Prelude to a revolution
Program guide abbr.
River of Flanders
Rushing group
Sch. named for a televangelist
Scheherazade's locale
Showing one's age, in a way
Some crime deterrents
Something that's spun
Soul singer Baker
Southwestern trees
Suffix meaning 'land' in some country names
Toots in a restaurant
Total chaos
Tree-lined promenade
Waste watchers' org.
Water-to-wine town
Winston Churchill, e.g.
'Tell Mama' singer James
'Ah, for the good old days,' e.g.
'Beats me'
'Hmm, I didn't know that!'
'It's not my fault!'
'Julius' in Gaius Julius Caesar
'The Court Jester' star, 1956
'WKRP' actress Anderson
1961 Del Shannon lyric (and title of this puzzle)
A book title may be in it: Abbr.
Alarm heeder

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