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New York Times crossword of June 17th, 2003 other clues
Like saltwater taffy
Make unclear
Moran and Brockovich
Mound builder
One of 18 French kings
Onetime White House daughter
Orchestral performance
Ovid's 156
Pequod captain
Pigtail, e.g.
Place for a plug
Place of wildness, informally
Plaintive woodwind
Puppy sounds
Quantities: Abbr.
Sarge's superior
Slangy denial
Sufficient, once
Talks raucously
To ___ (exactly)
Trifle (with)
Web auction site
Welsh form of John
___ generis
'Thank heaven that's over!'
'Ah, yes'
'Not on ___!'
'You ___ here'
180° turn, slangily
1946 hit '___ in Calico'
1948 also-ran
1997 title role for Peter Fonda
Ancient market
Any ship
Author Silverstein
Betty ___
Bird's find
Bridge site
Bring in the sheaves
Causing to stick
Chinese drink
Chop ___
Delivery room surprise?
Did horribly on, as a test
Disgusted response
During working hours
End of many 60's dance club names
Exemplar of little worth
Farm call
Footnote abbr.
French yeses
Frenchman Descartes
Good name for a Dalmatian
Hamilton and Burr did it
Hazard warning
ID info
Item for a D.J.
Japanese vegetable
Last name in mysteries
Lawyer: Abbr.
Lazy one, slangily
Like a lawn at dawn
___ tie

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